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Music of Thailand

Our World of MAPEH III: Unit II: Lesson 5; Elements of the Traditional Music of Thailand: Part 1: Pages 22 to 24
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Paul Ernest Carreon

on 11 August 2013

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Transcript of Music of Thailand

Buddhism
Brainstorm
"Mind Mapping" Method
Thailand and Music
After Mongols conquered Nanchao, Thais moved southward.
History and Development
Thai Music
The Music of Thailand, according to the documents written during Ayutthaya period, is 800 years old. It started as the Thai Kingdom started in the Southern Province of China
Sukhothai narrated with his writings that Thais make instruments like drums for entertainment
Thai Culture & countries such as China, Burma, Cambodia, India, Japan, Indonesia and Laos
Note:
Even though they adopted other nations music, they were able to develop their own styles in music.
Write the primary idea of the mind map in the center. Use different color notes to differentiate between topics. Use lines and arrows to create branches that connect ideas to each other.
"Kwangtung" or
Canton, China
-origin of Thai people
"Muang Thai"
-land of the Free
-Thailand
800 years old
-Thai Music
Thailand
Formerly Known as "Siam"
Thais got their music and instruments from their neighbors
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