To commemorate his majesty king bhumibol adulyadej, his majesty king bhumibol adulyadej and his passion for music


To commemorate his majesty king bhumibol adulyadej, his majesty king bhumibol adulyadej and his passion for music

King bhumibol adulyadej is one of the most iconic images of his beloved saxophone. Here we see a man with a deep focus on playing the instrument and putting his finger on the keys.

The essence of this image is found in the various melodies of king bhumibol. Each work has its own unique charm and ability to create a range of emotions. Either live performance or tapes, both for the first time and repeat heard, your majesty’s soul tunes always let the audience and the audience leave deep impression, that great music talent show.

Music, especially jazz and blues, is a major part of king’s life. He not only performs, but also ACTS and guides. It all started with a passion for a 13-year-old boy growing up in Switzerland, who encouraged them to learn how to play the saxophone and follow the Alsatian Mr Weybrecht’s theory of music.

From then on, until the king at the age of 18 soon began to write their own original work, his first book, the English referred to as “candle” Bruce, his works are the main impact of subtle hint that Mr Seth, Armstrong and Arlington. At the same time, however, the work shows a melancholy depth that is already outstanding. This unique work marks the birth of the music career, resulting in 48 works of music.

As music’s work has been widely recognized internationally, his majesty king bhumibol eventually became the first Asian person to receive the honorary membership of the Vienna music academy of art in 1964. In 1980, UNESCO called the “fall” rain “the song of Asia”.

Today, the tradition of the jazz king music has recovered the origins of classical music. In Europe, the famous orchestra philharmonic orchestra in Bangkok Thailand, Siam symphony orchestra, professional concert in Bangkok, Thailand philharmonic orchestra and Siam sinfonietta works on the performance of the king, was held in Vienna concert hall and other historic landmark buildings, Berlin philharmonic orchestra, the Berlin FranzosischerDom, Munich Nymphenburg castle, the dresden Taschenbergpalais Kempinski hotel, schonbrunn, the Hague concert hall and so on. The royal guard, commonly known as march’s rajwallop, will always be applauded when his majesty’s works perform on the international stage.

Although music is the private passion of a talented king, he always shows a desire to share happiness with others. At first, it came in the form of teaching his children to play an instrument. Then his majesty took some students away from his entourage, leading to the “Sahai Pattana” band, consisting of a group of friends and students who would play and make music with Monarch.

Another effective way to encourage others to join him in his love of music is the “Aw saw” radio station in 1952, the year his majesty returned to Thailand permanently. The aim of this radio station is to broadcast the king of music to the general public, and to convey his thoughts and words, to break down the existing obstacles that prevent the monarch from communicating with the people.

For an extraordinary king, however, music is more than a pleasant pastime. Your majesty believes that it has the power to inspire, unify and empower the people. This is reflected in his music repertoire to remind soldiers, civil servants and citizens of their values and to motivate them to perform their duties to the state. Perhaps this category is the most moving in 1952 “laughter” (” Smiles “), aims to offer hope to the blind school students, encourage them to make full use of their own lives even though they unfortunately.

A touching story about his majesty’s effect on music may explain the relationship between the king and his subjects. His majesty once tried to teach blind students to play Musical Instruments. While it was a challenging task for the student who could not see the action required, his majesty patiently persisted until the pupil understood. As long as the pupil can play the first correct melody, his face will be proud. For the blind, the sound of the correct note is not only the pleasure of his ear, it is the inspiration of his soul.

The same was true when the king’s people heard the song of king bhumibol. Their faces shone with pride and inspiration. Because when they heard his music and reminded him of his legacy, they Shared that they were indeed a truly blessed nation.


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