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  1. Chapter Seven: Sundanese Dance Music

  2. Sundanese Popular Music Forms • Dangdut -- mixes rock and Indian film song • Jaipongan -- ndigenous Sundanese sounds

  3. Drum “Grooves” • Dangdut • 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 ... • “dang dut dang dut ...” • Jaipongan • “ja - i - pong ja - i - pong …”

  4. Which is more “Traditional” / “Authentic”? • Dangdut may be more “traditional” • Despite dangdut’s Western sound • Because the ideas and behaviors behind dangdut are more “traditional”

  5. Four Sundanese Dance Genres • Ketuk tilu • Bajidoran • modern ketuk tilu

  6. Four Sundanese Dance Genres (cont.) • Jaipongan • “cleaned-up” version • presentational, staged • Dangdut

  7. Ketuk Tilu • Dance party • Men dance with ronggeng and each other • Ronggeng: female singer/dancer/prostitute

  8. Ketuk Tilu (cont.) • Musical ensemble • Goong • Three ketuk (small gongs) • Rebab (spike fiddle) • Drums

  9. Three elements in Ketuk Tilu • Ronggeng (female singer-dancer) • Drumming that animates dancers • “Freedom” in dance movements

  10. Bajidoran (modern ketuk tilu) • Ronggeng on a high stage • Innovations in music and dance • Egot (holding hands with ronggeng) • Triping (“tripping”)

  11. Jaipongan • Combined features of • Ketuk tilu / bajidoran • Disco • “Classical” dance

  12. Jaipongan (cont.) • Includes • Separate female singer and female dancer • Wild drumming • Choreographed dancing on stage

  13. Dangdut dance events • Ketuk tilu ideas grafted onto dangdut • Ronggeng (female singer/dancer) • Drumming that animates dancers • “freedom” in dance movements

  14. What’s “Traditional” / “Authentic”? • Western approach: sounds / instruments • Continuity in sound, instruments, and appearances • Contexts and meanings can change

  15. What’s “Traditional” / “Authentic”? (cont.) • Sundanese approach: ideas / behaviors • Continuity in interactions, roles, and meanings • Sound, instruments, and appearances can change

  16. Summary • “Tradition” • Connected to the past • Relevant to the present • Helps articulate identity

  17. Summary (cont.) • Various “traditional” Sundanese forms • Ketuk tilu, jaipongan, bajidoran, dangdut • Three “traditional” elements • focus on ideas and behaviors (vs. sounds) • Ronggeng, drumming, “free” dancing