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Tibetan and Bhutanese Instrumental and Folk Music
Tibetan and Bhutanese Instrumental and Folk Music
Sub Rosa
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January 2009

This volume of music recorded by John Levy in Bhutan contains examples of social music for instruments and voices. Among other documents, it offers a Tibetan lute and fiddle played by a musician from Lhasa, the Bhutanese lute and flute, played by the Queen Mother's gifted household painter and musician, a minstrel from Eastern Tibet, and an oracles' song and dance to welcome distinguished guests, together with some beautiful folk-songs and part of a drama of ancient Tibetan origin performed by a troupe of yak and cow herdsmen from Eastern Bhutan. Features really excellent notes and photographs by John Levy.

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