Myanmar Music

Music of Myanmar

When you like the music, give it a thumbs up and subscribe to new videos! Myanmar's traditional songs are complex compilations of segmented musical patterns that can make them sound confusing to those accustomed to Western music. Music from Myanmar is becoming international - and online. In July, music lovers can download songs and albums with a single click. For the people of Myanmar, the use of dance and music is an integral part of the art scene.

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Wikipedia's introduction to Burma's music: - nature chin: Lieder to adore the nature (Burmese spirits), - yodaya: music from Ayutthaya, - valley than: music from the Mon tribe, - bole: Lieder der Trauer, and of course - music that makes a horse mourn.

On the page of Sandaya Aung Win you can hear typical Myanmar music. From the 1930s, Burma's popularity of West music increased, beginning with the classic music the British established during their reign, then, in the 1960s, the 70s and 80s, West African music ( "stereo" in Burma) and more recently, American music.

Myanmar celebrities were particularly skilled at re-interpreting the music of West and other Asiatic performers, which led to an important differentiation in Myanmar music between covered song and self-written "own songs". Sequential Myanmar government have tried to keep this music under scrutiny through relentless government agencies and legislation such as the Press Scrutiny Board, the State Protection Law and Myanmar Music Asiayon (MMA).

Everything that harms the Myanmar welfare program; - Everything that harms the state' s idiology; - Everything that harms the welfare state' s economic system; - Everything that harms the nation' s uniformity and socialism; - Everything that harms safety, the constitutional state, freedom and order; - All false thoughts and views that do not correspond to the time; - Everything that harms Burma' s political system;

Myanmar's most beloved Shan hips artist/model/noveleist/actor is Sai Sai Khan Hlaing. He was one of the great-grandfathers of the Panglong Treaty of 12 February 1949, which established the state of Myanmar (and also one of the first sites of Myanmar's murder on 19 July 1949).

Since then, he has become a name in Myanmar and a subject of many rumours.

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