26 terms

2nd Grading Mapeh III (1)

Thai music
Ritual songs
Form of music come in two variations the suod and the thes
the chanting of religious verses that is used to worship spiritual and supernatural beings
a ritual song that is used to performed with improvisions and by is learned by memory. Used in Poetry and recitation and speech
Entertainment songs
this group of songs is basically secular and is used to tell stories about customs and traditions
Phleng Klomdek
used in nursery rhymes with irregular rhythm
Phleng bork
songs for male singer that tell stories and news
solo song that is popular in central Thailand. Combination of three comunication aspects--speaking, singing, praying
He ruea
Boat song sung following the rhythm of the oarsmen
originally a beggar's music that has been adapted for the puppet play called Hun Krabork
Ranat thum
(Idophone) a box-shaped metallphone that is placed on the floor and played while sitting.
Khawng wong lek
(Idiophone) a set of gong circles with low pitches that are an octave lower than the Khawng wong yai
Khawng wong yai
(Idiophone) also a circle of gongs. the largestr of all the set o f gongs in thailand.
Ching chap
(Idiophone) a set of percussion intruments linked to a pair of cymbals
(Membranophone) is somewhat similar to the saphon of india. A drum place on a stand
(Membranophone) A shallow drum that looks like a tambourine without the metallic discs
(Membranophone) shaped like a crocodile
Saw sam sai
(Membranophone) resembles the Japanese shamisen, but is triangular in shape with a spiked leg
(Aerophone) Believe to be truly a Thai instrument used since the ancient times.
(Aerophone) is the most important folk instrument in the north Thailand and Laos
Mohori ensemble
string instruments. To accompany songs and plays.
Piphat ensemble
Percussion and woodwind.Used in court ceremonies.
Piphat Khryang Ha
composed of one ranad ek, one khawng wong yai, one taphon, a pair of glang that, one pi nai, and one ching.
Khruang Saay ensemble
String instrument and Wind instrument.
Trabeated construction
the columns stood vertically, while the beams are laid horizontally.
Egyptian murals
represent their daily lives, religious, events and mythical symbols
Archaic Period
Greek sculpture strived to portray the perfection of human form