Ví and Giặm Folk Songs occupy an important position in the cultural and spiritual life of Nghệ Tĩnh people; they reflect their cultural identities, are passed down between generations and are promoted in daily life. People in Nghệ Tĩnh villages enjoy singing Ví and Giặm.
Nha Nhac is being held to teach at many levels and in many different forms. Center for Conservation Hue ancient monuments in collaboration with the School of Arts and Cultural organizations performing province,
Xoan singing is a form of performance art related to the worship of Hung Kings. According to legend, the Hung Kings had the merit of first period of national construction in the ancient land of Phu Tho.
Don ca tai tu originating from Hue royal court music was introduced to the South from the late nineteenth century, initially to serve the entertainment hear playing in a small community
Ca tru is the art of singing poetry. Ca tru performing groups often have a knock Princess Peach sing and beat, a double bottom above playing a drum beat bureaucrats. Velvety timbre vocals alternating with crunchy pieces of amber voice, bass guitar sound muddy bottom
Bac Ninh Quan Ho folk songs are the result of spontaneous creativity, improvisational theater through exams for the singing of the sentence, the word, the word in the community soup sing Vietnamese (Kinh)
Hội Gióng - a traditional festival held every year in many places in Hanoi to commemorate and praise the glorious victories of the legendary hero Thanh Giong - one immortal quartet of folk beliefs Vietnam
Tay Nguyen, a large mountainous plateau in southwestern Vietnam , covering an area of 59.597 km2 , range from 107o02 ' to 109o05 ' east longitude , and from 11o13 to 15o15 latitude north . Currently , in the Central Highlands province include : Kon Tum , Gia Lai , Dak Lak , Dak Nong and Lam Dong
On the ground, the worship of female spirits, beliefs in the Mother Goddesses of Three Realms (heaven, water, and forest) have been powerfully developed.
The Việt worship Hùng Kings as forefather of nation-country. According to legend, Hùng Kings were sons of Lạc Long Quân (father) and Âu Cơ (mother) who are credited with founding the ancient country of Văn Lang.
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