Folk Media Inheritance of Molam Rueang Tor Klon Theatrical Arts

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Sandusit Brorewongtrakhul


          Among the changes the current media folk: admin about the verse must modify many factors, whether internal factors and factors caught outside in order to survive and succession of media folk in East alongside. Cultural life in order to adjust to the modern era with enhanced lighting and sound more modern feel to the fans.

          Inherited Molam types of entertainment. (Molam Rueang Tor Klon Theatrical Arts) that have been passed down from generation to generation, but the singer ceremony to the problem of succession, making it decays away from the traditional East so the media folk missing from Northeastern has defensibility maintain or transfer and succession to take place in various schools of the Northeast to provide students with the knowledge and cultivate the students to recognize the conversation of cultural prosperity.

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Brorewongtrakhul, S. (2017). Folk Media Inheritance of Molam Rueang Tor Klon Theatrical Arts. Journal of Cultural Approach, 18(34), 81–90. Retrieved from
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