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  • Hmong youth learn art of the qeej from a master

    A master in playing the qeej, a long, flute-like instrument used in Hmong ceremonial passages, Teng Her has turned into a pied piper who connects the next generation of Hmong youth to one of the culture's most revered traditions: communicating with the souls of the dead.

A master in playing the qeej, a long, flute-like instrument used in Hmong ceremonial passages, Teng Her has turned into a pied piper who connects the next generation of Hmong youth to one of the culture's most revered traditions: communicating with the souls of the dead. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com
A master in playing the qeej, a long, flute-like instrument used in Hmong ceremonial passages, Teng Her has turned into a pied piper who connects the next generation of Hmong youth to one of the culture's most revered traditions: communicating with the souls of the dead. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com

Fresno teacher keeps alive Hmong music for souls of the dead

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