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Huen
Kaen
Wode
Phin
Pong Lang
Jakae
Krachappi
Saw Kantrum
Klong Kantrum
Pi Salai
Krab Khoo

 
   
Huen
This drum is shaped like a kind being used in the Puangmangkog set. It is always played with a Pipat ensemble
Kaen
The most complete and very popular instrument of this area that has very long history for its development dating back to 2,000 to 3,000 years.
       

Wode
is a kind of vertical flute, made of 6-9 various lengths of small bamboo pipes (Mai-ruak or Mai-hia, Mai-ku-khan)

Phin
A type of northeastern lute with a pear-shaped body having flets on the neck and over which two-three
       
Pong lang
A type of melodic percussion played by two players with hard stick. Its shape is like a xylophone consisting of 15 wooden bars stringed together
Jakae (Kabue)
is one of the importance instrument in Mahori khamen ensemble. It has 3 strings
       
Krachappi
The Krachappi is a plucked stringed instrument. It's turtle shape sound box is made of jackfruit wood
Saw Kantrum
Saw Kantrum Saw Kantrum is a boewd stringed instrument with sound box made of wood, the head of which is covered with snake skin.
       
Klong Kantrum
A kind one faced drum made of hollow wood with skin covering the face and streched
Pi Salai
A kind of double reed oboe accompanied with Kantrum ensemble
       
Krab Khoo
Krab khoo: A pair of hard wooden bars two pairs made a set, played with both hands as percussion in "Kantrum ensemble".

   
       
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
 
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