DOCTORAL MUSIC COMPOSITION: THE BLESSED UNIVERSE OF TRAIBHUMIKATHA FOR ELECTONE AND WIND SYMPHONY

  • Sukthawee Jitpaisanwattana
  • Weerachat Premananda Faculty of fine and applied arts, Chulalongkorn university
Keywords: Traibhumikatha, Electone, Wind Symphony

Abstract

There are a lot of electro acoustic music. However, music that is synthesized from Yamaha Electone Stagea playing with acoustic instruments is very rare in this world. Therefore, it can be considered as a new innovation for academic and could be stated that this is a flawless combination between Yamaha Electone Stagea and wind symphony. The Doctoral Music Composition “THE BLESSED UNIVERSE OF TRAIBHUMIKATHA FOR ELECTONE AND WIND SYMPHONY” which tells a story about 3 worlds of the universe that in faith according to Buddhism namely (1) Lustfulness world (2) Appearance world (3) Ethereal world to convey the story according to the composer’s imagination. Moreover, there is also collecting of raw materials which is melody, story, and meaning of the melody from the tribe of Paganyaw (White Karen) Sape Tai Village, Khun Yuam District, Mae Hong Son Province, used as the main theme in 3rd movement. This piece with the duration of 34 minutes is consisted of 4 unique movements which are (1) 4 Inferno World (2) 4 Ethereal World (3) 6 Elysium’s World (4) 4 Mankind’s World.

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Published
2020-01-22
Section
บทความวิจัย | Research Article