MUS1100 Exploring Music World Music Semester 1, 2006. Music of Indonesia with Dr. Made Mantle Hood. Today’s Lecture. Part I. Historical background PartII. West Sumatra Part III. Central Java Part IV. Bali. www.cnn.com/.../ map.indonesia.jakarta.gif.
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Music of Indonesia
Dr. Made Mantle Hood
Part I. Historical background
PartII. West Sumatra
Part III. Central Java
Part IV. Bali
8th Cen. Borobudur Budhist monument base reliefs of instruments
13-16th Majahpahit Hindu Javanese Empire Court Arts, music and dance for the god-king
16-19th Cen. Islamic domination and Dutch colonies
20th Cen. Island archipelago unified as Indonesia
highlands utilize small gongs and percussion in an orchestra called talempong
Talempong - four small knobbed kettlegongs played by two to four players accompanied by drums called gandang
Gandang - double headed conical drums
Trk 2Talipuak Kampai Talempong Sikatuntuang Bunga Setangkai
Played by group of elderly women from Padang Alai. Six talempong played by four players, two-headed drum played with stick and hand.
Music of Indonesia Vol. 12 – Gongs and Vocal Music from Sumatra. Smithsonian Folkways, 1996 CD2596
Gamelan - large percussion orchestra of bronze gongs, drums, string instruments and flutes.
50 to 60 musicians/singers
Four instrument groups
3. melodic instruments
demung - low
barung - middle
peking - high
Trk 6 Lancaran Manyar Sewu Sl. Manyura
Wayang Kulit - shadow puppet theatre
Gong kebyar video ‘Festival 2004
Composed by Nyoman Winda
Flashy music and costumes in
a virtuosic style
The three octaves of the gangsa family