Music Festival

Music is a cross-cultural and artistic language which creates emotional and spiritual connections. 2017 WWD Music Festival’s theme is “Roots United”, featuring musicians from different continents to perform, share their passions with traditional wooden music instrument.

The idea behind this music festival is to bring different wooden instruments from around the world, not only to showcase representative music but also to explore their similarities and how they can all come together to create harmonies.

During March 21-24, and 26, musicians will be presenting eclectic music and introduce origin of their music instruments, along with cultural background to the public. The Music Concert on March 25 takes place at Terrace Theater, expecting musical talent, visually pleasing and entertaining for the audience.

With around 40 groups of local and foreign singers, dancers and musicians, 2017 WWD Music Festival aim to take the audience on a musical journey of culture, legend and heritage.

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Gaida (Bulgaria) - This Balkan bagpipe is made from the whole hide of a goat. It has three pipes: the drone, the blowpipe, and the chanter, which has the finger holes.
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Gadulka (Bulgaria) - Has 3 main strings with 16 sympathetic strings. Played in traditional Bulgarian ensembles, often with the gaida, kaval, tambura, and tupan.
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Siku (Bolivia) - It is most commonly played in by the Aymara people around Lake Titicaca. Played in pairs, one musician plays a melody on one siku, and a second musician plays a countermelody on the other.
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Gender wayang < Indonesia (Bali) > - The gede (larger) and barangan (smaller) make up the gamelan gender wayang, which accompanies shadow puppetry and other sacred performances.
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Charango (Bolivia) - Played in Andean regions, such as Peru, Chile and Bolivia. Likely related to the vihuela, a bowl lute from Spain.
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Tambura (Bulgaria) - Played in traditional Bulgarian ensembles, often with the gaida, kaval, and tupan.
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Sumerian Harp
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Gusle (Yugoslavia) - Likely predecessor to, or related to, the gadulka. Despite their differences, the gadulka is often referred to as "gusle" in literature.
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Sopile (Croatia) - The sopile are always played in pairs. Their loud, vibrant timbre is perfect for accompanying dancing.
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Navy Form Harp
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Sheng ("Shung") <China> - It is one of the oldest Chinese instruments, dating back to 1100 BCE. It is one of the main instruments in Chinese opera, or kunqu ("koon-choo").
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Long Rabab
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Instruments of Mexico
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Choulder Harp
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Instruments of Mexico
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Celtic Pipes
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<middle> Kena (Peru) - It has become an iconic instrument in Andean folk music, often accompanying the charango. Its full, deep tone also makes it popular in world music and nueva canción styles.
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Instruments of Mexico
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Baby Lyre
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Cerecelle
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Cliket
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Sympathetic Responses created by Eugene Moon, 2015 - A conceptual instrument where the strings vibrate through shouting/sound via sympathetic resonance, hence the title.
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сатор created by Eugene Moon, 2014 - Based on the Uzbek instrument sato, the сатор ("sator") is a lute that is both plucked and bowed.
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Qyl Qobyz created by Eugene Moon, 2015 - Based on the Kazakh kyl kobyz, but influenced by the Indian sarangi, this instrument has pegs and sympathetic strings on the neck.
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Titai created by Eugene Moon, 2009 - Based on zither instruments of East Asia, such as Guzheng and Dan Tran, this is the artist’s first melodic instrument. The title is an acronym – The Inspiration to All Instruments.
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instrument, music, 2017 WWD
Four String Two Player created by Eugene Moon, 2012 - Similar to the veena, it is played more like a lap slide guitar. Two musicians can play this instrument, hence the two resonating bodies.
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Vihuela (Mexico) - An adaptation of the baroque Spanish vihuela, this instrument has been modified to produce percussive strumming for mariachi music.
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(left) Celtic Cor ; (right) Mouth Orgue Pipes

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