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June 10, 2012

Hello everybody! This blog present you about Thai dancing.The beautiful art of dancing.If you have ever visit Thailand,I think you must have seen its. 

Dance in Thailand (Ram thai) is the main dramtic art form of Thailand. Thai dance, like many forms of traditional Asian dance, can be divided into two major categories that correspond roughly to the high art (classical dance) and low art (folk dance) distinction. Thai classical dance is originally derived from the culture of Khmar classical dance. 

Although the traditional performing arts are not as vibrant as they once were, suffering inroads by western entertainments and generally changing tastes, Thai dance drama is not extinct. What survives displays the elegance of an art form refined over centuries and supported by regal patronage.

The Thais reputedly first acquired a dance troupe when, in AD 1431, they sacked the ancient Khmar capital of Angkor and took as part of their spoils an entire corps de ballet. Dancers whose performances had once been seen as a symbolic link between nature, earth and the realm of the gods.

Aside from folk and regional dances (southern Thailand's Indian-influenced manohra dance, for example), the two major forms of Thai classical dance drama are khon and lakon nai. In the beginning both were exclusively court entertainments and it was not until much later that a popular style of dance theater, Likay, evolved as a diversion for the common folk who had no access to royal performances. 

1181211964.jpgSri-Nuan is a typical dance of Central Thailand. Its great popularity is due to the beautiful choreography and the sweetness of the music that accompanies it. The lyrics and music evoke the sweet nature of Thai girls. The dance is also an expression of the yearning of a young man won by such great charm.

08:35 AM Jun 10 2012

Suchanita

Suchanita
Thailand

PS. It's also beautiful! Trust me! 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JNCWkx6IGg&feature=related

08:27 AM Jun 10 2012

Suchanita

Suchanita
Thailand

I don't know.How to post the video on this blog.I'm sorry.So,I post a youtube's link for U  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFzlWQPnV8w  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXJRPyIOuCw&feature=relmfu 

These are so beautiful! I guarantee!

08:02 AM Jun 10 2012

Crizsearch

Crizsearch
Indonesia

Maybe you can share some videos for us to watch hehehe

05:15 AM Jun 10 2012

Suchanita

Suchanita
Thailand

Sorry,The picture of Thai dancing can't upload on this blog.You can see this picture in my photo Smile

More entries: Dance in Thailand (4), About Me (2)

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