รหัสดีโอไอ 10.14456/bei.2022.15
Creator Kittanut Yanpisit
Title "Pin Phu-Tai" from Reused Material: The Status of Local Musicians, Creative and Cultural Transfer
Contributor Jiraprapa Wongsawat, Prapaporn Khamjunthuek, Noppaton Kulnasatian
Publisher คณะสถาปัตยกรรมศาสตร์
Publication Year 2022
Journal Title วารสาร สิ่งแวดล้อมสรรค์สร้างวินิจฉัย (Built Environment Inquiry BEI)
Journal Vol. 21
Journal No. 2
Page no. 73-90
Keyword Pin Phu-Tai, Creation, Reused Materials, Design, Musician Status, Transfer
URL Website https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/arch-kku
Website title Built Environment Inquiry Journal Faculty of Architecture Khon Kaen University, Thailand
ISSN 2651-1185
Abstract 'Pin Phu-Tai' from Reuse Material: The Status of Musicians, Creative and Cultural Transfer' is the article presenting the status of local musicians in ethnical Phu-Tai music, the creation by making Pin Phu-Tai from reuse material and the process of knowledge transfer by the Pin Phu-Tai in Kudwa Village, Kudwa Subdistrict, Kuchinarai District, Kalasin Province. The article based on the mixed research findings in which employed the structured interview guidelines, rating scale assessment forms and participatory observation guidelines. The research target group consisted of 3 Key Informants and 6 General Informants from purposive sampling, one Casual Informant from local sages applying snowball technic, and 12 young general informants by criteria sampling methodology.The findings are the status of local musical sages, in term of the Phu-Tai ethnic village history, Phu-Tai musical sages who playing Pin Phu-Tai, are all male at the average age 52.4 year. Most of them began their Phu-Tai music learning at early age. The musical instrument regarded as the master instrument called 'Pin Phu-Tai'. Most of music learning which inherited in traditional and original patterns transferred in classic process. The research findings included the creation and making of the instrument from reuse material such as a square, metal box, a rectangle, metal thinner container, a round, metal, cookie box and bamboo tube as the soundboards. These Pin Phu-Tai creations were verified by the experts as good quality instrument enable beginners to learn and to practice their musical skills. In the same time, the most important process of knowledge transfer was not limited to the reuse material creation but the relationship between transferers and transferees.
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Kittanut Yanpisit และ Jiraprapa Wongsawat;Prapaporn Khamjunthuek;Noppaton Kulnasatian. (2022) "Pin Phu-Tai" from Reused Material: The Status of Local Musicians, Creative and Cultural Transfer. วารสาร สิ่งแวดล้อมสรรค์สร้างวินิจฉัย (Built Environment Inquiry BEI), 21(2), 73-90.
Kittanut Yanpisit และ Jiraprapa Wongsawat;Prapaporn Khamjunthuek;Noppaton Kulnasatian. ""Pin Phu-Tai" from Reused Material: The Status of Local Musicians, Creative and Cultural Transfer". วารสาร สิ่งแวดล้อมสรรค์สร้างวินิจฉัย (Built Environment Inquiry BEI) 21 (2022):73-90.
Kittanut Yanpisit และ Jiraprapa Wongsawat;Prapaporn Khamjunthuek;Noppaton Kulnasatian. "Pin Phu-Tai" from Reused Material: The Status of Local Musicians, Creative and Cultural Transfer. คณะสถาปัตยกรรมศาสตร์:ม.ป.ท. 2022.