Playing Burmese Harp

© Win Htut Aung

Playing Burmese Harp

Uploaded: August 17, 2020 | Entered: August 17, 2020 07:03:50


Myanmar Harp ( pronounced Soung) Soung in Myanmar musical string instrument with elegantly decorated body and the strings made of silk or nylon. it was widely used traditionally for recreation of Royals to the commoners. However, not many Myanmar knows how to play Soung now a days. I saw the two village girls enjoy with the playing Soung.

Exif: Camera: Canon Canon EOS 5D Mark III; Shutter Speed: 1/250; Aperture: f/4.5; ISO: 320; Orientation: 1; Date: 2019:03:20 00:06:39


Terry Korpela level-deluxe August 17, 2020

Nicely Done Win! #1745042

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