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Kèn thaulocked

  • Trân Quang Hai
  •  and Nguyen Thuyet Phong


Vietnamese oboe akin to the Chinese suona. It consists of a double reed, a brass pirouette, a cedar-wood body with seven fingerholes and a thumbhole, and a copper (thau) bell. It is played in the đại nhạc court ensemble and in ensembles for funerals and traditional theatre. In various regions of Vietnam it is also called ...

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