Indonesian javanese gamelan music

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Indonesian javanese gamelan music
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2013-12-11 17:54:45
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  1. The bonang are in fact related to gongs. Each kettle on the rack is basically a small tuned gong oriented so that the button is on top. These kettle gongs are suspended on cords and do not have any resonators. male and female
    Bonang
  2. When playing the ____, one strikes the metal bars with a hammer in one hand and dampens notes with the other. the backbone of the Javanese gamelan ensemble
    saron
  3. two headed drum
    Kendhang
  4. There is a long thin neck with a pegbox at the end and there are one, two or three strings. There is no fingerboard. The instrument is held upright, either resting on the lap or on the floor. The bow is usually more curved than that of the violin.
    rebab
  5. plucked string instrument
    celempung
  6. Bubaran-played when guests are leaving (means “to disperse).● Gongan--one cycle of the gong, in this case, 16 beats● Balungan--skeletal melody that is notated. Sarons play this, Bonangs ornament it with faster notes
    Bubaran “Kembang Pacar”
  7. In past, gamelan ____ were according to tastes of ruler and unique (not allowed to copy). More and more becoming standardized
    tuning
  8. Usually a 5-note pattern is emphasized in different melodies (occasionally using a 6th note for special effect, and omitting one note). 7-note scale
    pelog

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