This TV program made an interview with ĐẶNG VĂN KHAI NGUYÊN, a talented Jew’s harp player in Vietnam . The English subtitles will help non Vietnamese spectators to watch this program with high interest .
Trích đoạn đàn môi do Đặng Văn Khai Nguyên trong chương trình GÓC PHƯƠNG NAM của đài TV – VTV9, phát hình tháng 2, 2015.
Christoph SCHULZ, (from the bands MAUL UND TROMMELSEUCHE and MISCHKULTUR (Austria), play his funny solo show
Published on Aug 23, 2014
KHAI NGUYÊN, a Vietnamese talented jew’s harper, has mastered Yakut techniques and has shown his demonstration with a Yakut khomus jew’s harp .
Ajoutée le 25 mai 2014
Here is a small collection of live records – though some major studied styles are missing (rajasthani and norwegian).
00:00 – Traditional Altai tune
00:42 – Dotar and Tuva throat singing
02:46 – Borbagnadyr
03:35 – Siberian Khomus (jharp)
06:19 – Columbian Sempruna (jharp)
07:35 – Vietnamese DanMoi (jharp)
08:21 – Indonesian Genggong (jharp)
09:27 – Nepalese Murchunga (jharp)
For those interested, read my thesis “Helmholtz and Coupled Resonator Acoustics in Jew’s Harp Playing” at http://www.sylvaintrias.com
I regularly give lectures, play on stage and provide group/individual courses. For any question or request, please contact me at email@example.com
Enjoy the listening!
Research Master Degree in Ethnomusicology
Graduated from Telemark University College, Norway.
Board Member of International Jew’s Harp Society.
Trân Quang Hai thinks about Sylvain Trias :
“Sylvain TRIAS was my student at the beginning and has become my good friend since . He is a virtuoso of Jew’s harp, mastering different styles from Norway, Rajasthan, Vietnam. Furthermore, he has mastered the technique of overtone singing. He obtained the master degree in Norway with the topic “Helmholtz and Coupled Resonator Acoustics in Jew’s Harp Playing”. This video presents his general research on overtone singing and jew’s harps” .
Publiée le 2 oct. 2013
Hmong girl playing the Dan Moi classic, Jew’s Harp (Maultrommel) from Vietnam
doc. Đặng Nguyên