Nhạc tài tử
Nhạc tài tử (Vietnamese: [ɲàːk tâːj tɨ᷉], Chữ Nôm: 樂才子, "music of amateurs") is a genre of chamber music in the traditional music of southern Vietnam. Its instrumentation resembles that of the ca Huế style; additionally, modified versions of the European instruments guitar, violin, and steel guitar are used. Vọng cổ ("Longing for the drum beat") is one of the more popular tài tử melodies, and was composed in 1919 by songwriter ông Sáu Lầu, of Bạc Liêu Province in southern Vietnam.
- Garland Encyclopedia of World Music South East Asia p.262 Nhạc tài tử
- Trần Văn Khê/Nguyễn Thuyết Phong. "Vietnam." Grove Music online.
- "Huế and Tài Tử Music of Viet Nam: The Concept of Music and Social Organisation of Musicians", by Lê Tuấn Hùng
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