Todd: So you went to Thailand, right?
Phil: Yep, I spent some time in Thailand. Unfortunately I didn’t see very much of it. I saw Bangkok and Ko Samet.
Todd: Oh, OK. Those are, Ko Samet is a nice place.
Phil: Ko Samet is really nice. Good swimming.
Todd: Did you go to any countries around Thailand?
Phil: Yeah, we spent 2 weeks in Lao and I really, really enjoyed Lao. Lao is a very poor country. There’s not much industry, a lot of it’s still mining, fishing, on the Mekong you still see women panning for gold, but my favorite place in Lao is a place called Luang Prabang, and it’s, we really didn’t do very much. There’s lots of things to do. You can go to caves. You can take inner tubes and go down the river, basically we just ate. The food is really good, a lot of French cuisine, the Lao cuisine is good as well, but we just hung around, read books, and enjoyed our days because it was really, really hot, and really, really dry. This was in February.
Todd: Actually, I’ve been to Luang Prabang and I remember joggin along the river and, just right outside the city and we would jog for miles and miles, on this little trail. It was just beautiful.
Phil: Yeah. Yeah, it’s nice. I really like Luang Prabang. We went to Vietienne as well. It’s not so much, it’s not as cultural as say Luang Prabang is, but a lot of people like to go there to relax, hang out. That’s where a lot of people take the tubes and go down the river so, but once again it was so hot we didn’t really do any of that either.
[NEW] THAILAND PHIL BEGINNING AGAIN SEASON 16 | thailandphil – Sathyasaith
THAILAND PHIL BEGINNING AGAIN SEASON 16
The Thailand Phil opens the season with a celebration of international unity. The performance opens with a performance by Thailand’s most revered piano soloist, Nat Yontararak. The program continues with selections from our cultural partners from all corners of the world.
(Family box seating) Children under the age of 5 are not allowed to the concert. But children can seated in the family box with the families.is an acoustically treated room with wide glass panels and excellent audience
(Accessible Seating) There are 14 wheelchair spaces located in specific level access areas at BA entrance of the hall.
Prince Mahidol hall offer limited Family Box, wheelchair and companion-seat Please reserve at least 24 hours in advance phone at 0 28496565 ext.6604,6609
19 December, 4:00 pm, Prince Mahidol Hall
Christmas with the Thailand Phil
Jonathan Mann, conductor
Chanakan Amarangkun, soprano
Phitchaya Muangsukham, soprano
Pariyachart Sitthidamrongkarn, soprano
Tanyalak Laoruangthana, soprano
Jorn Yasavudhi, tenor
Mahannop Panasaratool, tenor
Nikolai RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Dance of the Tumblers from The Snow Maiden
Sergei PROKOFIEV: Troika from Lieutenant Kijé
George Frederic HANDEL: “Every valley shall be exalted” from Messiah (tenor)
George Frederic HANDEL: “Rejoice greatly” from Messiah (soprano)
George Frederic HANDEL: “He shall feed his flock” from Messiah (soprano)
Pytor TCHAIKOVSKY: Selections from The Nutcracker Suite
Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy
Russian Dance (Trépak)
Dance of the Mirlitons
Waltz of the Flowers
Johann STRAUSS, Jr.: Unter Donner und Blitz, Op. 324
Leroy ANDERSON: A Christmas Festival
Adolphe ADAM: O Holy Night (soprano)
The Prayer (tenor and soprano)
Robert SHELDON: A Most Wonderful Christmas
John WILLIAMS: Somewhere in my Memory from Home Alone
Alan SILVESTRI (arr. Brubaker): Concert Suite from The Polar Express
Irving BERLIN: White Christmas (with singers)
Leroy ANDERSON: Sleigh Ride
Join the Thailand Phil for a festive concert of holiday favorites. Bring the whole family to celebrate the Christmas and New Year season with high spirits and great fun.
Jonathan Mann, conductorChanakan Amarangkun, sopranoPhitchaya Muangsukham, sopranoPariyachart Sitthidamrongkarn, sopranoTanyalak Laoruangthana, sopranoJorn Yasavudhi, tenorMahannop Panasaratool, tenorNikolai RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Dance of the Tumblers from The Snow MaidenSergei PROKOFIEV: Troika from Lieutenant KijéGeorge Frederic HANDEL: “Every valley shall be exalted” from Messiah (tenor)George Frederic HANDEL: “Rejoice greatly” from Messiah (soprano)George Frederic HANDEL: “He shall feed his flock” from Messiah (soprano)Pytor TCHAIKOVSKY: Selections from The Nutcracker SuiteMarchDance of the Sugar-Plum FairyRussian Dance (Trépak)Dance of the MirlitonsWaltz of the FlowersJohann STRAUSS, Jr.: Unter Donner und Blitz, Op. 324—Leroy ANDERSON: A Christmas FestivalAdolphe ADAM: O Holy Night (soprano)The Prayer (tenor and soprano)Robert SHELDON: A Most Wonderful ChristmasJohn WILLIAMS: Somewhere in my Memory from Home AloneAlan SILVESTRI (arr. Brubaker): Concert Suite from The Polar ExpressIrving BERLIN: White Christmas (with singers)Leroy ANDERSON: Sleigh RideJoin the Thailand Phil for a festive concert of holiday favorites. Bring the whole family to celebrate the Christmas and New Year season with high spirits and great fun.
250 Years of Ayutthaya – Thonburi Memorial Concerts, 25 March 2017
นอกจากการดูบทความนี้แล้ว คุณยังสามารถดูข้อมูลที่เป็นประโยชน์อื่นๆ อีกมากมายที่เราให้ไว้ที่นี่: ดูความรู้เพิ่มเติมที่นี่
Royal Guard March มาร์ราชวัลลภ by Berkeley High School band and orchestra
Love king of Thailand. Royal Guards March play by BERKELEY high school band and orchestra. One Thai student in the band want to play some music for his king (king Phumipol) so he give this music piece to his teacher and so the teacher like this song so BHS got to play on winter concert December 12, 2014 for his majesty.
This particular song is know in Thai as “March Racha Wanlop” This piece of music was composed by His Majesty the King Phumipol (King Rama IX) in 1948 and it’s the number 7th among the other pieces he composed. His Majesty the King authorized the Regiment 1st Royal Guards to use the piece of music as their theme marching song in military parade.
Later on, the Commander of Regiment 1st Royal Guards had Major Sripho Thosnood arrange Thai lyrics to complete a song. His Majesty the King kindly interpolated the music; however, the interpolation was finished with the assistance of Pra Jen Duriyang (Piti Watayakorn). The song “The Royal Guards March” was beautifully completed in 1952. and has been being the theme marching song for military parade since then.
Sweet Words (คำหวาน) – Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra
Title: Sweet Words (คำหวาน)
Composer: His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej
Soloist: Krit Buranavitayawut, Alto Saxophone, Cherryl Hayes, Voice
Conductor: Arr.Lt.Col.Prateep S. MA BA LRSM
Official Website: http://www.thailandphil.com
Still on My Mind By Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra
TPO Latin American Music Night Concert
Title: Still on My Mind
Composer: King Bhumibol Adulyadej (19272016)
Conductor: Claude Villaret
Date: May 20, 2017
at Prince Mahidol Hall, Mahidol University
Official Website: http://www.thailandphil.com
Eward Elgar: Nimrod from Enigma Variations – Thailand Phil – Alfonso Scarano
Edward Elgar: Nimrod from Enigma Variations
Alfonso Scarano, conductor
recorded on 2728 November, 2020
Prince Mahidol Hall
นอกจากการดูบทความนี้แล้ว คุณยังสามารถดูข้อมูลที่เป็นประโยชน์อื่นๆ อีกมากมายที่เราให้ไว้ที่นี่: ดูบทความเพิ่มเติมในหมวดหมู่Investement