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Original postcards and document

Year: 1910

The King’s musicians play during ritual ceremonies such as the shearing of the hair of young princes of the royal family and to accompany royal dances.
Les musiciens du Roi jouent lors des cérémonies rituelles comme la tonte des cheveux des jeunes princes de la famille royale et pour accompagner les danses royales.


– Group of musicians playing in a hotel while clients are listening and smoking opium at the back
– Postcard 219: Cambodian musician (P.Dieulefils)
– Postcard 1662 bis: Phnom Penh, orchestra for royal dances (P.Dieulefils)
– Postcard 1654: Princess Kanakari’s musicians with their instrument: guitars, peat kong, a semi circular row of little gongs on which the performer placed in the center strikes with a hammer, roneat, a key-board consisting of resounding blades of bamboo– 1910 (P.Dieulefils)
– Postcard 221: Dancers from Royal palace and its orchestra – early 20th century (P.Dieulefils)

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