The tre (Khmer: ត្រែ) is an ancient Cambodian trumpet, being recreated in modern times. Different styles have been recorded in the artwork of Angkor Wat. Styles include long and short straight trumpets, slightly curved trumpets and trumpets with a C-curve.
- Kersalé, Patrick. "Trumpets & horns". soundsofangkor.org. Retrieved 26 October 2018.
- Loy, Irwin (13 October 2013). "[Cambodia works to revive an ancient harp, plucked from a temple wall]". Public Radio International. Retrieved 26 October 2018.
...musicians are practicing with some of the other instruments that Kersalé has rebuilt, including metal trumpets based on depictions of a military orchestra found at the famed Angkor Wat temple.
Image showing re-created straight trumpets (back) and conch-shell trumpet (front).
- choukhmer. "Uploaded by choukhmer". photobucket.com. Retrieved 26 October 2018.
[Educational poster. The tre is on the top row, second from left.]