The Role of Inheritance Process of the Performing Sor of Buason Thanohmboon


  • Sarawut Okapanom Lanna Studies, Humanities Faculty Chiangmai University


Sor, inheritance process, Northern Performing Arts, Bua Son Tanomboon


The purpose of this research was to study the process of inheriting the performing arts of Buason Tanomboon. It was a qualitative research using the concept of identity is a framework research. The research area is the display area of ​​Buason's  performing both live and recorded performances Including collecting data from related persons through interviews, including Listeners, audiences, disciples, Associate and musicians who have participated in the accompaniment Buason's Sor performance, 30 people, using a specific selection method. The research tools were Questionnaire form for interviews, gathering data, analyzing content and writing a descriptive narrative. The results showed that How to inherit the art of Sor performance at Buason Thanohmboon used with her student It's an ancient teaching method. That is teach one-on-one, individually, performed Sor as an example. Let the disciple learn to. Adjust the pronunciation Tailoring voices to suit each individual which differ both in tone and personality In addition, it took students to perform on the real stage. To observe, give advice, point out good points and weaknesses that occur in real situations. In addition to teaching, Buason also gave the fiddle chapters that he had composed for his students to use to sing for a career. The role of inheriting the Sor performing arts of Buason Thanomboon, which is an ancient style, has created a large number of disciples in the Sor performance social. Both those who come to study individually, in groups, and as disciples through digital media. In which they have a teacher Buason are inspires them to become a professional or love to listening to the Sor or likes to performing the Sor.






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