INHERITANCE PROCESS OF LI-KE KHMER FOLK ART PERFORMANCE SURIN PROVINCE

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Sarunyaput Sripen

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The objectives of this research were 1) to study the current state of Li-Ke Khmer folk art performance Surin Province. 2) To study the composition of Li-Ke Khmer folk art performance Surin Province. And 3) to study Inheritance process of Li-Ke Khmer folk art performance Surin Province. The sample group 200 people. Include, key informants, practitioners, general informants. Which obtained by purposive sampling. Data collection with a preliminary basic survey, interview, and observation. Check informantion then presenting the research results descriptive analysis.


The research found that 1) Current state of Li-Ke Khmer folk art performance Surin Province. There is a Li-ke Khmer group performing traditional performances which is almost all gone only 2 groups left name Coketombantheinsilp and Seksunthomsilp. Currently, the number of actors has decreased. In addition, the popularity of the people also decreased. The acting style has been changed by imitating the performance of the central Li-Ke. 2) Composition of Li-Ke Khmer folk art perfomances Surin Province. Found that. The actors dress easily in daily life. Wearing a neck straps with beads hanging in a strand. Head ornaments resemble to Therid and decorated with flowers. Dance is a simple dance. Not popular to move to other places. Sing and negotiate yourself. Musical instruments include Seo Wu, Bagpipes In, Tambourine drum, Drum stand, and Cymbals. The scene is a picture throne room. The stage will raise the stage from the ground about 1 meter high. 3) Inheritance process of Li-Ke Khmer folk art performance Surin Province. Found that. Interited by method. Packing content the Li-ke Khmer in higher education course. Organnize local Li-ke Khmer training. Make a book about the Li-ke Khmer. Bring knowledge to songs that are creative as a performance set called “Reum Li-ke Khmer” Prepared into a video disc. Public relation on television and radio. Considered as inheritance process of Li-Ke Khmer folk art performance Surin Province.

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