Breath and Bamboo: Diasporic Lao Identity and the Lao Mouth Organ
The ethnic Lao people from mainland Southeast Asia closely identify with the khèèn, a free-reed mouth-organ made from bamboo. This almost codified connection between a musical instrument and a people is the result of a nationalist discourse that began a
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