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    • Vocal Music of Thailand
    • Songs and singing activities are highly important in Thailand.
    • Thai music is written in various genres to suit particular occasion.
    • They are the principal means of expression in entertainment.
    • RITUAL SONGS
    • SUOD
      • The chanting of religious verses that is used to worship spiritual and supernatural beings.
    • The verse are transmitted through oral tradition.
  • 2. THES
    • Ritual songs that are performed with improvisations that is learned by memory.
    • Not held as sacred as suod can be used in poetic reading, recitation, and speech.
  • ENTERTAINMENT SONGS
    • Used to tell stories of customs and traditions.
  • PLAENG KLONDACK
    • The nursery rhymes with irregular rhythm
  • 2. PLAENG BORK
    • Songs for male singer that tell stories and news.
    • Has a fixed musical form.
  • 3. SEBHA
    • Popular in Thailand.
    • Has a fixed of 8 words per line.
    • A pair of wooden sticks known as KRAB is used to mark rhythmic pattern.
    • Combination of three communication aspects singing, speaking and praying.
  • KRAB( a pair of wooden sticks used to mark rhythmic pattern)
  • 4. HAE RUEA
    • Boat song sung following the rhythm of the oarsmen.
  • 5. AEWKLOASAW
    • Song sung with a string instrument called saw as accompaniment.
  • 6. SANGKHARA
    • Beggar’s music that has been adapted for the puppet play called HUN KRABORK.