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Mus 111 Note <<Final Exam>> [4-23-07] Southeast Asia - A land of bronze and bamboo - Islam Javanese Gamelan Indonesia - Over 140 other groups speaking different languages - Year is dominated by Monsoons - Music is supported by royal courts or Hindu temples - Instruments ensembles more important than soloists - Most popular Muslim nation in the world - 4 th most popular nation in the world Java & Bali Java – East vs. West - Predominantly Muslim but also Hindu and Buddhism and Local religions - Traditional music is still performed and taught - Early 16 th century the arrival of Dutch - Dutch implemented forced labor - Sukarno collaborated with Japanese declare independence from Dutch (August 1945) - Suharto Army general Overthrowing government (1967) Ruled until 1998 Java - Capital: Jakarta Gamelan - refers to orchestra tunes percussion - each orchestra (Gamelan) has unique tuning - name, each instrument has its own role - centerpiece is the large gong - 2 tuning system (7 note scale & 5 note scale) - Inherited from India & concept similar to “rag”
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- Soft play (inside) vs. Loud play (outside) ensembles - Idiophones: “self sounding” [Instrument] no membrane, no string, has its own sound Metallophones - usually play the melody part - like a “xylophone” with metal bars - the Metallophone family is basically divided into two groups Gender Saron Gender Family - consist of ridged metal bars suspended over tuned tubes, which act as resonators - each instrument may have variants that represent the scale in the bass, tenor, and alto range -
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  • Spring '08
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  • Gamelan, Gong ageng, Saron Penerus Gongs, Different Gamelan, Islam Javanese Gamelan Indonesia, Ageng Kempul Kenong Ketuk

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