Some articles on ritual music, music:
... Nhạc đám ma - funeral music Nhạc lễ - ritual music. ...
... Berber music, the traditional music of North Africa, has a wide variety of regional styles ... The best known are the Moroccan music, the popular Gasba, Kabyle and Chawi music of Algeria, and the widespread Tuareg music of Burkina Faso, Niger, and ... Traditional Kabyle music consists of vocalists accompanied by a rhythm section, consisting of e'ṯbel (tambourine) and bendir (frame drum), and a ...
... It has a distinctively loud and high-pitched sound, and is used frequently in Chinese traditional music ensembles, particularly those that perform outdoors ... It is an important instrument in the folk music of northern China, particularly the provinces of Shandong and Henan, where it has long been used for festival and ... Stephen Jones has written extensively on its use in ritual music of Shanxi province ...
... Bak (hangul 박 hanja 拍) – A wooden clapper used in ancient court and ritual music Bu (hangul 부 hanja 缶) – A clay pot used in Confucian ritual music ...
Famous quotes containing the words music and/or ritual:
“The time was once, when thou unurged wouldst vow
That never words were music to thine ear,
That never object pleasing in thine eye,
That never touch well welcome to thy hand,
That never meat sweet-savored in thy taste,
Unless I spake, or looked, or touched, or carved to thee.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Promiscuity in men may cheapen love but sharpen thought. Promiscuity in women is illness, a leakage of identity. The promiscuous woman is self-contaminated and incapable of clear ideas. She has ruptured the ritual integrity of her body.”
—Camille Paglia (b. 1947)