1949/1950 (age 66–67)
Associated acts Sam-Ang Sam Ensemble
Sam-Ang Sam (សំ សំអាង Saṃ Saṃqāṅ) is an American ethnomusicologist and 1994 recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship. As founder of Sam-Ang Sam Ensemble, he has released several albums for sale in mainstream American markets  in an attempt to revive Classical  Khmer music and stimulate interest in the various Cambodian Performing Arts. 
Publications [ edit ]
Sam, Sam-Ang (1987). Traditional music of Cambodia (LP). Conservatoire National des Spectacles. Wedding Ensemble. Middletown, CT: Center for the Study of Khmer Culture.
Sam, Sam-Ang (1988). . Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI. The pin peat ensemble : its history, music and context Dissertation: Ph.D., Wesleyan University, Conn. 1988
Sam, Sam-Ang; Campbell, Patricia Shehan (1991). . Yang Sam and Tho "Tony" Sangphet (illustraters); Bonnie Periale (photographer) et al. Danbury, CT: World Music Press, cop. Silent temples, songful hearts : traditional music of Cambodia
Catlin, Amy (1992). . Ghan Moly Sam (Khmer orthography handwriting); Sam-Ang Sam, Chan Moly Sam, and Amy Catlin (translators); Amy Catlin (musical transcriptions and glossary); Sophiline Cheam Shapiro (foreword). Van Nuys: Apsara media for intercultural education. Khmer classical dance songbook Musical score (Khmer)
Sam-Ang Sam Ensemble (1996). Echoes from the palace (music CD). Chapel Hill, N.C.: Music of the World.
Sam, Sam-Ang; Bishop, John Melville (2001). Cambodian court dances : the next generation (DVD). Cambodian Network Council; Media Generation. West Hills, CA: Media Generation.
Sam, Sam-Ang (2002). "Musical instruments of Cambodia". Senri ethnological reports. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology (29).
Sam-Ang Sam; Ṅuan Saṃqāt; Ath Nguon Sam (c. 2002). [ ការបង្ហាញពីរបៀបសំពះខ្មែរ Khmer salutation]. សមាគមវប្បខមែរ. title transcription as Kār paṅhāñ bī rapiap saṃbaḥ khmaer.
Sam-ang Sam; Yun Khean; Chhim Naline (2010). Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia, ed. "Music in the lives of the indigenous ethnic groups in northeast Cambodia". University Press.
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