RCB Music

This month, RCB Music presents “Bai Tong”, an ensemble playing Thai traditional music founded by students from the College of Music, Mahidol University.  Their music reflects Thailand’s cultural characteristics with traditional string instruments. Commencing at 4 p.m. in the RCB Artery on the 1st floor, don’t miss this wonderful Saturday evening of music on 30 November.

Name and instruments:
1. Paranya Vongsavang : Khim
2. Piranpach Watthanamanee : Saw Duang
3. Akarin Dedpiriyachai : Saw u
4. Narnon Jaturawattana : Khlui
5. Pimkwan Thakornkaidtana : Ching
6. Promsiri Suwannarach : Tone Ramana

Song lists:
04.00 - 04.45 p.m.

1. Jom Surang Overture : Naidabkhuncharoendotreekarn (Charoen
Hitayotin)
2. Kamwan : Ayutthaya Song
3. Kamen Saiyok, Mayurapirom : HRH Prince Narisara Nuwattiwong
4. Lao Sieng Tien : Luang Pradit Piroh (Sorn Silpabanleng)
5. Kangkaw Kinkluy : Ayutthaya Song
6. Long Mae Ping : Folk Song
7. Ton Worachate : Ayutthaya Song
8. Lao Duang Duan (Lao Dumnern Kwean) : HRH Prince Penpatpongse
Khrom mueng Pichai

05.00 - 05.45 p.m.
9. Lao Duang dok mai : Montri Tramote
10. Pama Kwea : Folk song
11. Talee Keepad : Folk song from southern Thailand
12. Standard Thai Dance Madley Song : Fine Arts Department
13. San Kam Nung : Luang Pradit Piroh
14. Kra tai ten : Folk song
15. Kang kok pak sa : Folk song
16. Lao Kum hom : Phraya Duriyasap (Plaek Prasansap)