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Although modern culture has been present in every corner of mountainous hamlets, the passion for melodies of Khen (panpine) has never ceased among men of the Mong ethnic group.

Students fascinated by traditional music instruments after schools introduce new lessons

Tran Hai Dang, deputy director of the Vietnam Institute of Musicology, says that many students are familiar with the western guitar, violin and piano but lack knowledge about traditional Vietnamese instruments.

Ba Pho Music House, special space to preserve traditional musical instruments

The “Ba Pho Music House” is a special space to preserve traditional musical instruments which serves as a tourism destination for visitors to Hanoi and also helps introduce musician Ba Pho, the founder of the troupe, to the public.

The 'count' of bamboos straws

The name Nguyen Van Mao, or Mao Meo (Cat), is quite well known in the national start-up community. 

Exhibition portrays Vietnamese life during liberation wars

Over 80 copies of paintings from the collection “Sketches of the Resistance Wars” are on display at an exhibition that opened on Tuesday at Dak Lak Museum in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak.

Sunken fret guitar still sings a different tune

Eminent music teacher Nguyen Vinh Bao, the sounds of whose guitar were recorded by the French before 1945 and who was the head chief of vintage music at University of National Music and Drama before 1975, always hung ...

Van Kieu ethnic group

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Van Kieu group live mainly in Huong Hoa and Dakrong Commune and Lao Bao Township. The Van Kieu are also called Tri, Khua, Ma Coong, and Bru.

Preserving handmade traditional craft in Dao Xa Village

 VietNamNet Bridge – The craftsmen in Dao Xa trade village has tried to preserve and develop the production of handmade traditional musical instruments to ensure their craft’s continuity.

Music man's soup and sounds hit right note

 VietNamNet Bridge – Though he is the descendent of a poor farming' family in Nhue Duong Commune in the northern province of Hung Yen, Cao Ky Kinh's affinity for music was predestined.

Primary school students introduced to traditional musical instruments

VietNamNet Bridge – Singers from the Que Huong Club at the Labor Cultural House in District 1 in HCM City held a performance to introduce traditional musical instruments to young students of Minh Dao Primary School