Kèn đám ma

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The kèn đám ma is one of several types of kèn, a double reed wind instrument used in the traditional music of northern Vietnam. It has a conical bore and is similar in construction and sound to the Chinese suona and the Korean taepyeongso. It is typically used to perform music for funeral processions.

Etymology[edit]

Kèn means oboe and đám ma means funeral.

Discography[edit]

  • 1999 - Viet-Nam: Musique Funéraire Du Nord (Arion)

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