HOÀNG TRÀ MY: The performance program of Vietnam traditional music with explanation


The performance program of Vietnam traditional music with explanation

In the scope of the project Promoting national tourism, within recent two years, the Vietnamese Institute for Musicology has organized many performance programs to serve for the demand of enjoying traditional music of many people, including domestic and foreign tourists with the aim of providing the audience with basic information on Vietnam traditional music.

In the afternoon of 28th March 2013, the Vietnamese Institute for Musicology organized a performance program Alleged Vietnam traditional music in the concert room of the Institute. The program consisted of these items: instrumental ensemble of Tuong orchestra, extract of Hồ Nguyệt Cô hóa cáo (Ho Nguyet Co turns into a fox) in the play Tiết Giao đoạt ngọc (Tiet Giao snatches the pearl), Then singing songs, Ca trù, Quan họ folksongs in Bắc Ninh, Văn singing, a bamboo flute solo, Tây Nguyên Gong ensemble. The program was the coordination of the Vietnamese Institute for Musicology, Vietnam Tuồng Theatre, Vietnam Chèo Theatre and some other units.

The audience was the persons who love traditional music and students of colleges and universities in Hanoi. The content of the program was very plentiful, there was alleged introduction for every performance items. With this way, the audience could understand more about the history and features of the traditional types of art.

From now until the end of 2013, in the plan of broadcasting music, the Vietnamese Institute for Musicology intends to organize many free performance programs to serve for tourists and to meet the demand of enjoying and learning about Vietnam traditional music of both domestic and foreign audiences.

 

HOÀNG TRÀ MY

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