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Chamras Saewataporn

Chamras Saewataporn

Chamras Saewataporn


The musician and composer Chamras Saewataporn was born in Thailand in 1956 of immigrant parents from China. While studying at Chulalongkorn university, Chamras worked in restaurants and nightclubs as a musician. He never learnt music professionally. His vision and Imagination for music production came from his real experience of playing and composing. Chamras has composed more than a thousand songs, a hundred of which were played as theme songs in movies. Read more on Last.fm
The musician and composer Chamras Saewataporn was born in Thailand in 1956 of immigrant parents from China. While studying at Chulalongkorn university, Chamras worked in restaurants and nightclubs as a musician. He never learnt music professionally. His vision and Imagination for music production came from his real experience of playing and composing.

Chamras has composed more than a thousand songs, a hundred of which were played as theme songs in movies. He was nominated and won many times for domestic and international awards like the Best Music Asia Pacific and Film Festivals. He has composed many series of spiritual songs created for healing and relaxation. The first series is called Morning, an appreciation of each one’s morning of life.

The second series is called Season of life, a comparison of life within Thailand’s three-seasons, rainy, summer and winter. Whisper of the Wind is the title of his third series, an expression of waiting and searchings of life. Many songs are gathered from different movies music backgrounds he composed. These are followed by other series as Song of Leaf, a description of Thailand’s countryside by piano solo; The Music of the Chao Phraya River, a reflection of the musician’s childhood by the riverside; Piano in the Garden, a collection of nature’s sounds through music.

"The Naerunchara River" is a revelation of Lord Buddha’s enlightenment. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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