UNESCO-recognized intangible cultural heritage of Vietnam

Here are the UNESCO-recognized cultural objects of intangible culture, please consult.

Hue court music

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This is the first heritage recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of Vietnam in 2008. Nha Hue court music is a music genre of feudal court, performed on festivals ( coronation king, glacier, other religious festivals) in the year of the Nguyen dynasty of Vietnam. In 2003, Hue royal court music was recognized by UNESCO as a "human and intangible masterpiece of humanity" but it was not until 2008 that it officially became a cultural heritage that needed to be preserved, protected and promoted. .

Gong culture space

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The cultural space of Gongs in the Central Highlands was recognized by UNESCO as a "human and intangible masterpiece of humanity" on November 15, 2005. Also in 2008, the gong cultural space was recognized by UNESCO as a diocese. Intangible cultural products of the world. After Nha music Hue royal court, this is the second legacy of Vietnam to receive these two titles.

Cultural space of Gongs in the Central Highlands includes the following elements: gongs, gongs with gongs, gong players, festivals using gongs (New Rice Festival, Ritual Ceremony Wharf .), the places where such festivals are held (long houses, communal houses, fields, water wharves, tombs, forests next to the Central Highlands villages, .).

The cultural space of Gongs in the Central Highlands spread throughout 5 provinces of Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Dak Nong and Lam Dong. The owner of this precious and unique cultural heritage is 17 ethnic minorities.

Currently in the Central Highlands, the gong festival is held every year to preserve and promote the best value of this heritage.

Quan Ho folk songs

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Quan Ho folk songs are one of the popular folk songs of the Red River delta in the north of our country. It was formed in the ancient Kinh Bac area, especially the border area of ​​Bac Giang and Bac Ninh provinces today. The ancient Kinh Bac was an old province consisting of Bac Ninh and Bac Giang provinces. However, people are now referring to Bac Ninh more than in Bac Giang.

The folk songs were recognized as the representative intangible cultural heritage of mankind in 2009 after the Hue court music court and the Central Highlands gong cultural space.

Quan they stand out by expressing the "love" of the singers, the tunes they often associate with the instant brothers, the successors, such as the songs: Hu La, La that, Tinh tang, You kim lan , Cai, Rice .

The costumes of his successors, she was also quite special and deeply imbued with Vietnamese national identity. Immediately he wore a 5-piece long dress, a standing collar, a lotus leaf, a hem, a big bear, too much knee length, while the image of her successor was associated with "a three-piece and seven-piece dress", meaning that she immediately had You can wear three interlocking tunic (three pairs) or seven interlocking tunic (seventh) with a sports cap.

The mandarins are also associated with honest and skillful behavior, which is the inviting melody, inviting betel nut to be honest and passionate.

CA Tru

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Ca trù is a very popular type of phonetic performance in the Northern region and North Central Vietnam. In 2009, Ca trù was recognized as an intangible heritage requiring emergency protection.

Unlike the coffin, Ca trù is a form of performing arts that uses many literary forms such as riches, stories, and immersion, but the most popular literary form is singing. A ca tru verse needs to have 3 main parts: first "dig" or "ca tru" to use the beat to beat the rhythm, followed by "double" playing the bottom guitar to follow the singing, finally "the official" hits drum and punctuation and express the seat with the drum.

Up to now, Ca tru has been lost a lot, young people seem to be turning away completely from this type.

Hoi Giong at Phu Dong and Soc temples, Hanoi

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Every year, Hoi Giong is held in many places in Hanoi to commemorate the hero of Gi Giong, the immortal image in the hearts of the Vietnamese people.

After Ca tru, in 2010, Hoi Giong at Phu Dong Temple and Soc Temple was honored to be recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage representing humanity.

The official Phu Dong Gong Festival is held every year on the 8th and 9th day of the fourth lunar month in Phu Dong commune, Thuy Lam district, Hanoi city, the birthplace of the legendary hero "Phu Dong Thien Vuong ", during the festival, people vividly and scientifically simulated the events of St. Giong and Van Lang people and the An enemy. This is a festival of cultural value, history, great educational value for the young generation.

Singing oval

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Singing xoan is a kind of folk song that rituals to worship gods and gods with multi-element art forms: music, singing, dancing; often performed at the beginning of spring, popular in the land of Hung Vuong - Phu Tho, a province in the midland of Vietnam. On November 24, 2011, Vietnam's Xoan - Phu Tho singing profile was recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity.

Singing guilds often perform in the spring at communal houses and temples, and on the 5th day of the Lunar New Year, they often sing at the Hung temple festival.

Currently, Phu Tho province is trying to preserve this cultural heritage by opening classes to sing singing oval, embellishing the relics of temples, communal houses, singing venues held.

Belief in worshiping Hung Vuong

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Worship of Hung Vuong worship is a kind of folk belief that has been handed down for a long time in Vietnam, with a focus on Phu Tho province recognized by UNESCO as a cultural heritage in 2012. This is a symbol of respect , gratitude - gratitude to the Hung Kings for those who have built Van Lang. So far, Hung Vuong worship is the only legacy in Vietnam 's type of belief honored by UNESCO.

Don ca tai tu

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Don ca tai tu Nam Bo is a traditional Vietnamese music genre that has been recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage and a UNESCO title in Vietnam in 2013. This is a special folk art form. The image of the Southern region is sung by the workers themselves after working hard. Unlike the aforementioned types, those who participate in amateur songs are mostly friends, holding neighbors together. They gathered together to share elegant pleasures, so they often didn't care about costumes. Don ca tai tu is associated with 5 types of instruments: đàn tranh, đàn bà, pliers, flocks, and soles, additionally, the flute is usually a seven-hole flute.

Folk songs, chasing Nghe Tinh

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Folk songs Nghe Tinh is a type of folk performing arts that occupies an important position in the cultural life of the people of Nghe An and Ha Tinh provinces in Central Vietnam, being the latest legacy of our country. UNESCO recognized the intangible cultural heritage of all humanity in 2014. The antiquity lyrics are often associated with the moralities of life such as filial piety with his mother's father, the common husband and wife or good nature. of people like honesty, . so purse, giặm are very educational.

Singing is often free singing, there is no rhythm of each rhythm, the song can be spontaneously elastic, wallet can be immersed, by the method of universal poetry.

The song is a song that can be said and spoken by poetry / poem about 5 words, in other words, miles are allegorical poetry / legalized diaries. Unlike purse, Giặm is a song with a clear rhythm, with a strong beat, with an external rhythm. Giac is very rich in narrative, lyrical, reciting advice and decree to present the award. There are also types of humor, humorous humor, satirical satire, and also the love lyric.

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