The Bun Loeung School of Music
With help from the Bush Foundation, Bun Loeung traveled to Cambodia to buy instruments for teaching traditional music
to anyone in the Twin Cities who would like to learn. We offer instruction in khim, tro-sau, tro-u, sko, tahke, roneat, and even chhing.
We have some dedicated students!
Traditionally, Cambodian music is taught by ear from teacher to student, however we are also offering each piece in sheet music in
Western notation, solfege, Chinese notation and a type of tablature created specifically for beginners on tro.
This instruction is offered free of charge.
The students and teachers of the school perform extensively in the community, including schools, houses of worship, nursing homes and theatrical performances.
Loeung teaching the khim. Scroll down for more pictures of our students.
Loeung's dream was to preserve the art of traditional Cambodian ceremonial music, quickly disappearing
because Cambodia's traditional musicians and dancers were systematically singled out for extermination by the Khmer Rouge.
Use these files to learn and practise:
Sheet Music in PDF format:
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