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Various - The Sigh Of Silver Strings From Suvannabhumi: The Western Stringed Instruments Of Burma album

Various - The Sigh Of Silver Strings From Suvannabhumi: The Western Stringed Instruments Of Burma album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Folk music
  • Title: The Sigh Of Silver Strings From Suvannabhumi: The Western Stringed Instruments Of Burma
  • Released: 2015
  • Style: Folk
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Produced in Burma and California. Recorded at Khin Sabe Oo Studios, Yangon, Burma, November 1996. Includes 8 page booklet in English. The title does not appear in English anywhere on the release.

Mingalar Byo Nyunt (Auspicious Beginnings) by Little Axe Records, released 27 August 2015.

Produced in Burma and California.

During the 1800s, various Western stringed instruments came to Burma by means of traders, explorers, and colonizers. These instruments – the acoustic slide guitar, mandolin, banjo, violin, and zither – were quickly and ingeniously adapted to the intricacies of Burmese music. The music draws from Burma’s rich vocal tradition, and the centuries-old royal repertoire of the Burmese harp and xylophone. Recorded and produced by Rick Heizman. These instruments - the acoustic slide guitar, mandolin, banjo, violin, and zither - were quickly and ingeniously adapted to the intricacies of Burmese music. The music draws from Burma's rich vocal tradition, and the centuries-old royal repertoire of the Burmese harp and xylophone. Includes 8-page black & white booklet with track notes and photos.

The music of Burma (officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar) is characterized by two types of music: chamber music played solo on instruments such as the Burmese harp, and orchestra music played primarily on percussion instruments. His reign ended when Burma was defeated by the forces of the British Empire in the Third Anglo-Burmese War, on 29 November 1885, prior to its official annexation o. larence Liau.

Sigh of Silver Strings from Suvannabhumi.

1 Stringed instruments by method. 2 Stringed instruments with keyboards. 3 Stringed instruments by country. Stringed instruments by method. Long String Instrument, (by Ellen Fullman, strings are rubbed in, and vibrate in the longitudinal mode). Magnetic Resonance Piano, (strings activated by electromagnetic fields). Stringed instruments with keyboards.

Suvarṇabhūmi (Sanskrit: सुवर्णभूमि; Pali: Suvaṇṇabhūmi) is a toponym, that appears in many ancient Indian literary sources and Buddhist texts such as the Mahavamsa, some stories of the Jataka tales, the Milinda Panha and the Ramayana. Suvaṇṇabhumī means "Golden Land" or "Land of Gold" and the ancient sources have associated it with one of a variety of places throughout the Southeast Asian region.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Wunna Paba
Drums [Chauk Lon Bat] – Ko Thein HtayFlute [Palwei] – Ko Ba HtayPercussion [Siwa] – U Kyi, U TinSlide Guitar – U Ohn LwinViolin – U Tin Yi
A2 Aung Mingalar
Mandolin – Ko Myint Sein
A3 Mingalar Byo Nyunt
Cymbal – U TinDrums [Chauk Lon Bat] – Ko Thein HtayPercussion [Siwa] – U KyiViolin – U Tin Yi
A4 Moe Thet Lay Hnin
Cymbal – U TinFlute [Palwei] – Ko Ba HtayPercussion [Siwa] – U KyiSlide Guitar – U Ohn Lwin
A5 Mya Mann Giri
Banjo – U Maung MaungCymbal – U TinPercussion [Siwa] – U Kyi
B1 Pa Day Tar
Violin – U Tin YiZither [Donmin] – U Sein Khin Lay
B2 Chit Hnin Mhon Mhon
Cymbal – U TinDrums [Chauk Lon Bat] – Ko Thein HtayFlute [Palwei] – Ko Ba HtayPercussion [Siwa] – U KyiSlide Guitar – U Ohn Lwin
B3 Tha Phyan
Violin, Vocals – U Tin Yi
B4 Mmann Taung Let Yar
Zither [Donmin] – U Sein Khin Lay
B5 De Saung Hayman
Cymbal – U TinPercussion [Siwa] – U KyiSlide Guitar – U Ohn Lwin

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Khin Sabe Oo Studios
  • Mastered At – Truth And Fun, Inc.

Credits

  • Engineer [Assistant] – Wunna Tin Soe
  • Engineer [Recording] – Nyanna Tin Soe
  • Mastered By – David Gans
  • Producer [Assistant - Burma] – Ko Doo
  • Producer [Associate], Mixed By – Henry Kaiser
  • Producer, Photography, Liner Notes – Rick Heizman

Notes

Produced in Burma and California.
Recorded at Khin Sabe Oo Studios, Yangon, Burma, November 1996.
Recorded with Tascam DA-88 digital recorder.

Edition of 500. Cover and labels in Burmese. Includes 8 page booklet in English.

The title does not appear in English anywhere on the release.

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