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Folk singing

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  • Diker Hulu

    Diker Hulu is a traditional folk singing that is popular in the three southernmost provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala provinces. “Diker” is Persian for: (1) a hymn to God; (2) a sung verse ofte...

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  • Lam Phaya

    Phaya is an adage, a proverb, or a riddle. It is a rhymed expression, with scansion and meters. Phaya is therefore an expression that requires laconic wit, ingenuity and brevity. Lam Phaya is a tradi...

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  • Mo Lam Klon

    Mo Lam Klon is a kind of duet singing in which a male singer and a female singer respond to each other in sung verses. The verses are called Klon Lam which encompass a variety of topics such as the wa...

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  • Mo Lam Phuen

    Mo Lam is the traditional art of singing folk songs and performing folk spectacles of the Northeastern people. The word “Mo Lam” has two meanings: (1) The skilled performer of the verses that were cre...

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  • Phleng Khorat

    Phleng Khorat is a kind of dialogue duet singing tradition that has developed into a folk spectacle of the people in Khorat–a colloquial name for Nakhon Ratchasima Province. It is an old tradition tha...

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  • So Lanna

    “So” means to sing in response to other’s singer’ song. These folk songs are native to the eight northern provinces of Thailand, including some areas of Sukhothai, Uttaradit and Tak provinces.So singi...

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