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Vietnamese art includes Tuong singing, Then singing, Cai Luong, Chau Van, Cheo, etc. especially the Ca Tru singing, Quan Ho, Tay Nguyen Gong Music, Xoan singing and Hue's royal court music was officially proclaimed as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO.
Art Performance
Ca Tru - Vietnamese unique music
Ca Tru - Vietnamese unique music
Cai Luong - Vietnamese folk opera
Cai Luong - Vietnamese folk opera
Chau Van - An anceint form of art
Chau Van - An anceint form of art
Hue Royal's music - The last vestige of Vietnamese court music
Hue Royal's music - The last vestige of Vietnamese court music
Quan Ho - Intangible cultural heritage of humanity
Quan Ho - Intangible cultural heritage of humanity
Ca Tru - Vietnamese unique music
Ca Tru - Vietnamese unique music
Water Puppetry - Part of Vietnam’s cultural heritage
Water Puppetry - Part of Vietnam’s cultural heritage
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  • "Ca tru" singing is an old form of singing in the North of Vietnam that originated and flourished in around 15th century.
    In different regions, "ca tru" singing has different names such as "A dao" singing, "co dau" singing, "nha tro" singing,.. 
    "Ca tru" singing itself originally used to be a form of entertainment for royal court, wealthy people and scholars in feudal era.
  • Cai Luong is a type of performance coming from the South Vietnam and formed from the traditional music of the Mekong River Delta. About the word Cai Luong, this word means “change for the better things after each performances”. About the history of Cai Luong, many opinions about the birthday of Cai Luong some think that it was appeared in 1916 some think 1918. The word Cai Luong firstly appeared in the introduction poster of the Tan Thinh Band in 1920.
  • "Chau Van" (or "van" singing) is an ancient form of art performance that is featured with religious color. It originated in the Red River Delta of Northern Vietnam in around 16th century and widely spread to surrounding areas.
  • "Then" singing is a traditional kind of oratorio art in Vietnam. That form of art performance originated form religious activities of Tai, Tay and Nung ethnic groups in Northern Vietnam. The name "Then" is a word in the language of Tay ethnic group and means "god" in English. That name comes from religious liturgies of ethnic people to worship the god and pray for their life.
  • Hue's royal court music is called "Nha Nhac Cung Dinh" (Royal court's refined music) in Vietnamese. It's an old form of art performance that used to official music of royal court for centuries. For a long history of existence, Hue's royal court music has become an essential part of Hue Imperial City as well as Vietnamese culture in general.
     
  • "Quan Ho" singing is a typical form of Vietnamese folk music that originated in Bac Ninh Province, Vietnam. Over 300 years of existence, that form of art performance has become an essential part of Vietnamese culture and a pride of Vietnamese as well.
     
  • Tuong singing is one kind of Vietnamese tragicomedy and comic opera with gestures or costume. Serving an educational purpose, it is a combination of songs, dances and dramatic actions, associating with the interpretation as well as the stylization of gestures.
  • "Xam" singing is an old form of folk singing that originated from the creativity of Vietnamese peasants in around 14th century. That form of art performance used to be very popular in the countryside of Northern Vietnam.
  • Vietnam’s water puppetry (so-called “Mua Roi Nuoc” in Vietnamese) is an old form of  puppetry that originated from wet rice civilization in the Red River Delta in Northern Vietnam during Ly Dynasty (1010 – 1225). Over centuries of forming and developing, water puppetry has become typical form of art performance in the North.
 
 
 
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