Asian music

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Asian music is being reviewed worldwide. The size of the market, which accounts for 40% of the world’s population alone in two countries, China and India, and economic development seem to be the background. Indonesia and India are one of the world’s music centers.

Kecak (Indonesia)
Kecak is a touristic dance art performed in Bali, also known as monkey dance. Several tens to a hundred men with shirtless shirts and waistbands appear, and form a circle with several circles of overlapping circles. They are called “kecha” because they sound like a “chuck” or “chuck” that mimics the animal’s call and that they sound like a 16 beat rhythm called “kecak kecak kecak kecak”.

Dan Dud (Indonesia)
Dance music popular with young people in Indonesia. A unique roll rhythm music that combines Arab music, reggae, and rock. It’s an Islamic culture, with a drum called Surin and a drum called Gundang.

Indian film song (India)
India is the world’s largest movie country. In a movie tailored to a musical, an actor does not sing, and a singer called playback of a film song specialist plays back.

Kawali (Pakistan)
Music created as a result of the fusion of Indian culture and Turkish-Iranian traditions. With the growing interest in Islamic culture, attraction is re-recognized. It is derived from the Arabic “Kaul (speaking)” and originally sung at the religious ceremonial occasion of Islamic mysticism (sufism). With clapping as an accompaniment, we proceed in an impromptu dialogue between the advocate and the recursor.

Homey (Mongolia)
It is also called fumy. Among the music transmitted among the Mongolian people, it is the name of the singing method transmitted to the Western Mongolian tribes, and it simultaneously utters a roaring bass and a high-pitched whistle. The word “Mongolian” means “pharynx, animal’s abdominal fur”.

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