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Đờn ca tài tử Nam Bộ – Di sản văn hóa của nhân loại (phần 3) , 2.12.2013

Đờn ca tài tử Nam Bộ – Di sản văn hóa của nhân loại (phần 3)

Ajoutée le 23 déc. 2013

Ngày 02/12/2013 tại nước Cộng hòa Azerbaijan, Chủ tịch hội đồng UNESCO công bố, Đờn ca tài tử Nam bộ của Việt Nam được ghi vào danh sách văn hóa phi vật thể của nhân loại.

Đờn ca tài tử Nam Bộ – Di sản văn hóa của nhân loại (phần 2), 2.12.2013

Đờn ca tài tử Nam Bộ – Di sản văn hóa của nhân loại (phần 2)

Ajoutée le 23 déc. 2013

Ngày 02/12/2013, tại Thủ đô Baku của Azerbaijan, Chủ tịch hội đồng UNESCO công bố, Đờn ca tài tử Nam bộ của Việt Nam được ghi vào danh sách văn hóa phi vật thể của nhân loại. Đoàn đại biểu Việt Nam do Thứ trưởng Bộ Văn hóa Thể thao và Du lịch Huỳnh Vĩnh Ái dẫn đầu.

Ví and Giặm folk songs of Nghệ Tĩnh – vo –

Ví and Giặm folk songs of Nghệ Tĩnh – vo –

Ajoutée le 27 nov. 2014

UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – 2014
URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/…
Description: Ví and Giặm songs are performed by communities in north-central Viet Nam. They are sung while people cultivate rice in the fields, row boats, make conical hats or lull children to sleep. Songs focus on key values and virtues including respect for parents, loyalty, care and devotion, and the importance of honesty and a good heart. Singing provides people with a chance to ease hardship while working, to relieve sorrow in their lives and to express sentiments between men and women.
Country(ies): Viet Nam
© 2013 Institut de la Culture et des Arts du Viêt Nam [2013]
Duration: 00:09:54 – Support: DVD (0100800004)

Xoan singing of Phú Thọ Province, Viet Nam

Xoan singing of Phú Thọ Province, Viet Nam

Uploaded on Nov 21, 2011

UNESCO: List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding – 2011
URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/USL…
Description: Xoan singing is practised in Phú Thọ Province, Viet Nam, in the first two months of the lunar year. Xoan guilds traditionally performed in sacred spaces such as temples, shrines and communal houses for the spring festivals. Xoan singing is accompanied by dancing and musical instruments such as clappers and a variety of drums. Knowledge, customs and techniques for singing, playing and dancing are traditionally transmitted orally by the guild leader. In recent years the singing has been taken up by clubs and other performing groups.
Country(ies): Viet Nam
© Vietnamese Institute for Musicology, Vietnam
Duration: 00:09:59 – Support: DVD (0053800013)

Art of Đờn ca tài tử music and song in southern Viet Nam

Art of Đờn ca tài tử music and song in southern Viet Nam

Ajoutée le 5 déc. 2013

UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – 2013
URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/…
Description: Performed at festivals, death anniversary rituals and celebrations, Đờn ca tài tử is a musical art that evokes the people’s life and work on the land and rivers of southern Viet Nam. Instrumentalists and singers express their feelings by improvising, ornamenting and varying the ‘skeletal melody’ and main rhythmic patterns of these pieces, based on twenty principal songs and seventy-two classical songs. Đờn ca tài tử is handed down through oral transmission, based on imitation, from master to student.
Country(ies): Viet Nam
© 2011 by Vietnamese Institute for Musicology
Duration: 00:10:04 – Support: DVD (0073300004)

Art of Đờn ca tài tử music and song in southern Viet Nam – vo –

Art of Đờn ca tài tử music and song in southern Viet Nam – vo –

Ajoutée le 5 déc. 2013

UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – 2013
URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/…
Description: Performed at festivals, death anniversary rituals and celebrations, Đờn ca tài tử is a musical art that evokes the people’s life and work on the land and rivers of southern Viet Nam. Instrumentalists and singers express their feelings by improvising, ornamenting and varying the ‘skeletal melody’ and main rhythmic patterns of these pieces, based on twenty principal songs and seventy-two classical songs. Đờn ca tài tử is handed down through oral transmission, based on imitation, from master to student.
Country(ies): Viet Nam
© 2011 by Vietnamese Institute for Musicology
Duration: 00:10:04 – Support: DVD (0073300004)

Ca Trù – UNESCO: Urgent Safeguarding List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

Ca Trù – UNESCO: Urgent Safeguarding List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

Ajoutée le 6 août 2013

UNESCO: Urgent Safeguarding List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – 2009
URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/USL
Description: Ca trù is a complex form of sung poetry found in the north of Viet Nam using lyrics written in traditional Vietnamese poetic forms. Ca trù groups comprise three performers: a female singer who uses breathing techniques and vibrato to create unique ornamented sounds, while playing the clappers or striking a wooden box, and two instrumentalists who produce the deep tone of a three-stringed lute and the strong sounds of a praise drum. Some Ca trù performances also include dance. The varied forms of Ca trù fulfill different social purposes, including worship singing, singing for entertainment, singing in royal palaces and competitive singing. Ca trù has fifty-six different musical forms or melodies, each of which is called thể cách. Folk artists transmit the music and poems that comprise Ca trù pieces by oral and technical transmission, formerly, within their family line, but now to any who wish to learn. Ongoing wars and insufficient awareness caused Ca trù to fall into disuse during the twentieth century. Although the artists have made great efforts to transmit the old repertoire to younger generations, Ca trù is still under threat of being lost due to the diminishing number and age of practitioners.
Country(ies): Viet Nam
© 2008 Vietnamese Institute for Musicology, Hanoi, Vietnam