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Performer: Quy Bon Family
Title: Vietnamese Folk Theatre: Hat Cheo
Released: 1991
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 441
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Vietnamese Folk Theatre. 3. The Lamentation of Thi Kin. Quy Bon Family. 4. Thi Mau Going to a Temple. blue highlight denotes track pick.

Hát chèo is a form of popular musical theatre dating back to the 11th century. Appreciated especially in the northern part of the country, the historical plays and social satires portray village characters such as farmers, herdsmen, craftsmen, and landowners. In addition, the singers also play the roles of clowns, drunks, and madwomen, criticizing and making fun of the village authorities in their performances. The traditional hát chèo musical ensemble consists of two-string fiddles, flute, and drums while modern re-creations use more instruments.

Ancient Vietnamese traditions of storytelling and folk singing greatly influenced the development of Chèo, of which, most of its appeal to the population is its characteristic of always embodying traditional values such as filial devotion, good morals, respect and courtesy, courage and justice. Due to its satirical and anti-establishment themes, the art wasn’t as popular to the royal courts as how it is to the commoners. Chèo may possibly be Vietnam’s most ancient theatrical art form, but it can easily connect with contemporary audiences by infusing modern stories to traditional music. Consequently, Chèo is currently undergoing a revival and is growing in popularity not just in Vietnam but also in Vietnamese communities across the globe along with its now widening recognition by foreign tourists.

Tò Vò (A Music Piece Of Cheo - Vietnamese Popular Opera) 06. Xuân Quê Hương (Motherland's Spring) 07. Dạo Nam - Hành Vân (Vietnamese Court Of Hue) 08. Lới Lơ (A Music Piece Of Cheo - Vietnamese Popular Opera) 09. Trường Tương Tư (Renovated Opera's Music Piece) 10. Sang Xuân (In To Spring).

Vietnamese Folk Chèo. Chèo is a form of generally satirical musical theatre, often encompassing dance, traditionally performed by peasants in northern Vietnam. It is usually performed outdoors by semi-amateur touring groups, stereotypically in a village square or the courtyard of a public building, although it is today increasingly also performed indoors and by professional performers. Cheo, stock music, download music clips, royalty-free production music, license music, instrumental music, cheap production music, flash music, music clips, corporate music, royalty free sounds, music for tv, music wav, music for video, production music library, music library, download music, music for film, world music, royalty free music library, Chèo.

More info on Vietnamese theatre. Tuồng or Hát bội. Cải lương (modern folk opera). Chèo features costumes appropriate to the specific storyline, and combines theatre, music and dance. It was sên as the "Opera of the masses" as compared to other musical forms enjoyed more by a select few, such as Ca trù.


1 Hat Chau Van 26:20
2 The Lamentation Of Thi Kin 13:54
3 Thi Mau Going To A Temple 15:20

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – King Record Co. Ltd


  • Design – 美登英利*
  • Engineer – Masashi Matsubayashi
  • Erhu [Dan Nhi], Flute [Sao] – Xuan Phu
  • Photography By – 富瀬隆則
  • Producer – Kyoji Hoshikawa
  • Strings [Dan Nyuyet] – Van Tuat
  • Vocals [Female Singer] – Phuong Dung
  • Vocals [Female Singer], Drum [Trong], Percussion [Phach] – Bach Phuong
  • Vocals [Male Singer] – Quy Bon


Recorded in March 1991 in Hanoi.
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