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Tibetan and Bhutanese Instrumental and Folk Music
Artist
Various
ReleaseProduct
Tibetan and Bhutanese Instrumental and Folk Music
Label
Sub Rosa
Catalogue Number
SR230
Release Date
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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