Afghanistan Instruments of Afghanistan. Afghanland.com: Easter musical instruments thrives in India, but little is know about the origins of these instruments. Few of These instruments traveled from Afghanistan to India during trades and more eventfully during the migration of musicians from Afghanistan who feared persecution when an ultra conservative regimes of the early years of ultra conservatives. The artists along with their instruments such as rubab, dotar, dolak and nai made to the courts of the moghol kings of Delhi. Each artist began to teach their instruments to locals and interchange ideas on how to developed these instrument. Some of these instruments which were made for a party atmosphere and household gatherings, didn't fare well in the huge halls of kings palaces, they needed refinement, development. Dohl - Surnai - Dutar Tanboor Tanboor is first child of Dutar, Its the ancient instrument of central Asia.
Sarode From Ghulam Ali's youngest son, Nanhe Khan descended Hafiz Ali. Shahnai Sitar Tabla. Traditional Afghan Music: Laila Djân. A Brief History of Klezmer Music. By Carl Dimow The term klezmer originally came from two Hebrew words referring to musical instruments. Over time it came to signify the musicians themselves, and in current usage it also refers to the musical genre - secular Jewish music - which dates back at least as far as the 16th century. The early klezmorim (plural) played primarily for Jewish weddings though they were also hired for other Jewish and non-Jewish events.
Jews lived under a variety of ever changing legal restrictions in Europe which effected when and where the klezmorim could work. As the Jewish people moved throughout Central and Eastern Europe, the music was influenced by local cultures. There are strong Middle Eastern roots which can also be heard in Jewish litugical music. Other major influences came from Romania, Russia, the Ukraine, and Bessarabia. Abraham Goldfaden (1840 - 1908) founded the first Yiddish theatre in Romania in the 1870’s. This material drawn from: Phillips, Stacy. Lyre of the Levites: Klezmer Music For Biblical Lyre.
Cultural Heritage | FAPA 2012 BALI - Indonesian Traditional Music. The music of Indonesia demonstrates its cultural diversity, the local musical creativity, as well as subsequent foreign musical influences that shaped contemporary music scenes of Indonesia. Nearly thousands of Indonesian islands having its own cultural and artistic history and character. This results in hundreds of different forms of music, which often accompanies dance and theater. The musics of Java, Sumatra, Bali, Flores and other islands have been documented and recorded, and research by Indonesian and international scholars is ongoing.
The music in Indonesia predates historical records, various Native Indonesian tribes often incorporate chants and songs accompanied with musics instruments in their rituals. Today the contemporary music of Indonesia is popular in the region, including neighboring countries; Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei. Musical instruments Gamelan In Central Java, gamelan is intricate and meticulously laid out. Kecapi suling Angklung Kolintang Sasando Tapanuli ogong. Wayan Loceng - Indonesian Traditional Music. Traditional Japanese music. Musicians and dancer, Muromachi period Traditional Japanese music is the folk or traditional music of Japan. Types of traditional Japanese music There are three types of traditional music in Japan: instrumental, theatrical and court music.
Kabuki Kabuki (歌舞伎?) Is a type of Japanese theatre. Noh Noh ( 能?) Gagaku Gagaku (雅楽?) Instrumental Music Kangen (管弦?) Shōmyō Shōmyō (声明?) Jōruri Gidayubushi (義太夫節?) There are other four jōruri styles which have largely died out. Katōbushi (河東節?) Nagauta Nagauta (長唄?) Ogiebushi (荻江節?) Shakuhachi music Shakuhachi (尺八?)
Sōkyoku Ikuta ryu - Originated in Eastern Japan. Traditional music in modern culture Traditional Japanese musicians sometimes collaborate with modern Western musicians. Traditional musical instruments 鉦鼓 Shōko Traditional cultural events Artists See also References Jump up ^ "舞楽". External links "Snow"Japan Relaxing Music,japanese traditional, Background Music,,shamisen,koto,Instrumental. 1 Hour of Celtic Music | Music by BrunuhVille. Celtic Music Instruments. From the thump of the Bodhrán to the airy rasp of the wooden flute, celtic music is known by its instruments. Here's an introduction to the main players, with links to more information, for players and afficionados. Fiddle The fiddle is the mainstay of most Scottish and Irish music. The instrument is exactly the same as a violin; fiddle is simply the term used in traditional music.
Flute Flutes of one sort or another have been played in the celtic countries for over a thousand years. Tin Whistle (pennywhistle) The simplest and cheapest of traditional instruments, yet not so simple to master. More information: Ceolas Tin Whistle guide. Bagpipes & uilleann pipes Several forms of bagpipe are used in celtic music. The Scottish highland pipes are the loudest, played standing, usually in pipe bands. Bagpipe FAQ Bagpipe Web David Daye's Bagpipe site, for Scottish and uilleann pipes. Bombarde This is a small oboe-like shawm with a penetrating sound, used widely in Breton music. Free reed instruments. Anita Macuácua Moçambique - Music of Africa - Mozambique Music - African Dance - African Music TV. AFRICAN MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS - ShakeRattle-Teachers-Guide.pdf.