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This research was the composition of the music for playing a guitar with a Phuthai 5 harp. The researcher used rhythm amplification by bringing the rhythm of Phu Tai from the original 4/4 to 5/4 and amplifying the bass to match the music at a rate of 5/4. The song was divided into two parts: A and B, using the concept of jazz music Section A was on the Minor Pentatonic scale, and Section B was on the Major Pentatonic scale. The guitar and the harp were used to perform the main melody and there was a harmonization of the two instruments. Dorian Mode was also used in the chorus.Both instruments were allowed to conduct in the improvisation style. Chord extensions were used to produce interesting harmonies.
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