Photo, Print, Drawing Cambodian musicians at the home of Sorn Veuk, Lowell, Massachusetts
About this Item
- Cambodian musicians at the home of Sorn Veuk, Lowell, Massachusetts
- DeNatale, Douglas (Research team member)
- Taylor, David Alan, 1951- (Photographer)
Created / Published
- September 20, 1987
- - Folklore--Massachusetts
- - Photographs
- - Ethnography
- - Documentary photographs
- - United States -- Massachusetts -- Lowell
- Documentary photographs
- - Index data: All of these photographs relate to the performance of traditional Cambodian music at the home of Sorn Veuk, 50 Ware Street, Lowell, Massachusetts. The session Is being tape recorded by Doug DeNatale and David Taylor, and microphones, mic stands, and cables are visible in many shots. See LFP-DT-F0920.A for related fieldnotes. Technical data: 35mm Nikkor lens used for all shots except #15-18 and #27, for which an 85mm Nikkor lens was used; Vivitar 283 strobe used for all shots; film used is T-Max 400. 0-1, test shots; 2, unidentified man, women, and children look on as unidentified musician plays kim (hammered dulcimer); Sokhm Bun (right); 3, left-right: Sokhm Bun (troe sao or troe ou), Chorb Chan (troe ou), unidentified musician (flute), unidentified musician; 4, Sorn Veuk, with skoe (drum) in his lap, listens to play-back of field recording; 5, Doug DeNatale plays recording for unidentified musician; 6, Doug DeNatale plays recording for Chorb Chan; 7-10, Doug DeNatale plays recording for unidentified musician; 11-12, clockwise from left: Nhak Chann, Sorn Veuk, unidentified woman and child, unidentified musician, Sokhm Bun, Chorb Chan, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified; 13, left-right: unidentified musician (kim), Sokhm Bun (banjo), Chorb Chan (troe ou); 14, clockwise from left: Nhak Chann, Sorn Veuk, unidentified woman and child, unidentified musician (kim), unidentified musician. 15 unidentified musician plays the kim (hammered dulcimer); 16-17, Sorn Veuk plays the skoe (drum); 18, unidentified musician plays the kim./; 19-20, left-right: Doug DeNatale (in background) with recording equipment, Nhak Chann (takne), Sorn Veuk (skoe), unidentified woman; 21-26, clockwise from left: unidentified musician (kim), Sokhm Bun (banjo), Chorb Chan (troe ou), unidentified musician (flute), unidentified musician (troe sao); 27, unidentified woman listens to music as children peek through door; 28-29, Doug DeNatale (right) plays recording for Nhak Chann; 30-31, Doug DeNatale plays recording for Chorb Chan as unidentified musician looks on; 32, Doug DeNatale plays recording for unidentified musician as Nhak Chann looks on; 33, Doug DeNatale plays recording for unidentified musician as Sorn Veuk (left) and Nhak Chann look on; 34, Doug DeNatale plays recording for unidentified musician as Sorn Veuk looks on.
- 35 mm black-and-white film negatives
Call Number/Physical Location
- Call number: AFC 1987/042: LFP-DT-234
- Lowell Folklife Project collection (AFC 1987/042)
- American Folklife Center
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Chicago citation style:
DeNatale, Douglas, and David Alan Taylor. Cambodian musicians at the home of Sorn Veuk, Lowell, Massachusetts. United States Lowell Massachusetts, 1987. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1987042_dt_234/.
APA citation style:
Denatale, D. & Taylor, D. A. (1987) Cambodian musicians at the home of Sorn Veuk, Lowell, Massachusetts. United States Lowell Massachusetts, 1987. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1987042_dt_234/.
MLA citation style:
DeNatale, Douglas, and David Alan Taylor. Cambodian musicians at the home of Sorn Veuk, Lowell, Massachusetts. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1987042_dt_234/>.