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Filmmaker Cyrus Moussavi and Jacob Russell of Raw Music International travel around the former Burma, now Myanmar, searching for traditional music and the stories that come with these songs.
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Travels In Myanmar: The Rich Musical Heritage | NBC News

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  • Janter Alexus 1 year ago

    nation wide

  • Janter Alexus 1 year ago

    see you soon

  • Eh Eh 1 year ago

    Wow, watching this brings back memory as a child. I miss my homeland.

  • thucydides Neo 1 year ago

    Sound too much like Indian music.

  • k paw 1 year ago

    Thank you so much for sharing, such a wonderful video

  • Spoonman Artis 1 year ago

    It's paradoxical. On one thought we experience such wonderful, mystic culture and peoples, on the other thought, we have invaded and brought the machinery which will eventually turn their humble villages into towns with street lamps, where there was once peaceful darkness at night. Not withstanding the tyrannical rulers. Paradoxical. Bali was once like this, 50, 60, 70 years ago. I was impressed when the women deliberately kept their backs to the camera. I have a jaw harp like the one the woman was playing.

  • thamainbama 1 year ago

    Myanmar has rich cultural heritage among South East Asian Nations.

  • Paw Flo 1 year ago

    That's Burma,