Here you will find MP3 audio tracks of the Ranāt Ēk from Thailand. Click on the link to play the track to share with your class now, or right click on the link and choose “save as” to save the track to your own computer and share with your class later.
- Ranât Ék solo music from Thailand “Phaya sok (The Sorrowful King)” played by Prof. Prayong Ramawong at Natasin Roi-et, High School for the Arts in Roi-et, Thailand (from field recordings by Dr. Terry Miller 1989, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio)
- Pi-Phat ensemble music from Thailand “Sathukan (Greeting)” played by students (without the pi nai) of Natasin Roi-et (from field recordings by Dr. Terry Miller 1989)
Here you will find MP3 audio tracks of the Ranat Ek from Thailand to download and share with your class. Your students can play along, following instructions found in the relevant curriculum chapter. Download TUBS notation paper. Click on the link to listen to the track or right click on the link and choose “save as” to save the track to your own computer.
|Sathukan rhythms – pi nai||0:45|
|Sathukan rhythms – Ranât Êk||0:41|
|Sathukan rhythms – khong wong yai||0:41|
|Sathukan rhythms – ching||0:41|
|Sathukan rhythms – taphon||0:41|
|Sathukan rhythms – klong that||0:41|
|Sathukan – ensemble||0:28|
Download a PDF of the Audio Content Notes to Roots of Rhythms lessons 1 through 10.
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