The Musical Compositions of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand–A Tribute

Your Weekend Musical Guest–The Musical Compositions of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand


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Dr. Kamisiah Haider and Din Merican have chosen to play the musical compositions of the dearly departed, much respected and admired, and loved His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand.

For this weekend, we pay tribute to a multi-talented long serving  His Majesty King of Thailand for his many contributions to socio-economic development of the country he loved very much. By listening to His Majesty’s compositions, we  should not be surprised that His Majesty  The King is regarded as the Soul of Thailand. His Majesty’s musical compositions reflect his love and passion for the Thai People.

His Majesty is not just a wise and compassionate King but also a pioneer agriculturalist, humanist-environmentalist, scientist and talented musician. Let us and all mourners in Thailand listen to His Majesty’s wonderful compositions that will be remembered and appreciated through the ages by us in ASEAN and around the world.

Once again we wish to convey our heartfelt condolences to the people and the government of Thailand, in particular to our Thai friends, associates and readers of Din Merican’s blog. We join you in your moments of grief of His Majesty’s passing. At the same time, let us celebrate His Majesty’s life and legacy through his music.–Dr. Kamsiah Haider and Din Merican


4 thoughts on “The Musical Compositions of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand–A Tribute

  1. Yes, Frankie. He will be missed. It will be a challenge for the new King to emulate his late father. Despite his checkered past, he may yet to rise to the occasion. I believe in a person’s capacity to change when the situation demands it.–Din Merican.

  2. New ‘King’? Long Live the King/Queen!

    The succession may not play out as ‘gently’ as many hope. Of course the Military regime will just shove it down the commoner’s throat. Royal intrigues can sometimes be worse that mere political ones. The Royal Court is split. Thaksin goons may yet get a Royal Pardon-Reprieve, to the horror of the yellow shirts..

    The Power behind the Prince is the Queen Mother, while the peoples’ choice has always been the 2nd Princess who is much loved and revered. If anybody can reunite the Thais, it would the Princess, who has been diligent in taking up her father’s mantle. But, it may be that she has to follow her sister in self imposed exile in the States or Oz.

    Strangely, my better half knows more about the Thai Royalty than our own. Why is that?

  3. King bumiphol was a beningn force. Sane. His son at 64 has yet to display even fraction of his dads qualities of head and heart. Too hard to see him change considering he was even picked up drugged at Germany for the funeral service. Now declaring one year mouring which some beleive is to give himself more party time. Assuming leadership and giving stability is paramount to a leader. Bumiphol himself ascended under 1 month. He built a stature for himself in a constituonal monarchy . 1932 saw a coup removing all kingly powers so this would have taken sterling character to acheive. I think vajralangkorn will bring the monarchy to disrepute. I feel sorry for thailand. The daughter should have ascended

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