|–Grup Topeng Betawi Panca Mekar||Tetalu Pendek|
|–Grup Topeng Betawi Panca Mekar||Tetalu Panjang|
|–Grup Topeng Betawi Panca Mekar||Tetalu Tiga: Daun Iris / Panca Marga|
|–Tanji Modern Grup Marga Luyu||Was Pepeko|
|–Tanji Modern Grup Marga Luyu||Gaplek|
|–Tanji Modern Grup Marga Luyu||Ucing Belek|
|–Grup Tanjidor Kembang Ros||Jali-Jali Bunga Siantan|
|–Ajeng Group||Cara Bali|
|SF CD 40421||Various||Betawi & Sundanese Music Of The North Coast Of Java (CD, Comp)||Smithsonian Folkways||SF CD 40421||US||1994|
|9758-05 MDCD||Various||Musik Betawi Dan Sunda (CD, Comp)||Dian Records||9758-05 MDCD||Indonesia||1997|
Get Notified about the latest hits and trends, so that you are always on top of the latest in music when it comes to your friends. Okay, Got it! Music of Indonesia vol. 5: Betawi and Sundanese Music of Java. Released by SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS RECORDINGS Oct 1994 10 Tracks. PLAY ALL. Music Of Indonesia Vol.
Music and performing arts. The Javanese are concentrated on the island of Java but millions have migrated to other islands throughout the archipelago because of the transmigration program. The Sundanese, Malay, and Madurese are the next largest groups in the country. Many ethnic groups, particularly in Kalimantan and Papua, have only hundreds of members.
As can be heard in Philip Yampolsky’s brilliant Music of Indonesia 5: Betawi and Sundanese Music of the North Coast of Java, tanjidor in areas like Tangerang and Bekasi came to a musical expression of Betawi culture. The Betawi are not an indigenous group, but rather a mix of all those ethnic groups that were drawn to Batavia by colonial and economic forces: Javanese, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch. This center-periphery movement continued even farther afield, with tanji eventually making it as far as Sumedang, an area deep in the Sundanese countryside, hundreds of miles away from the urban sprawl of Jabodetabek. How did it make it that far, and how did it change along the way?
1. Tetalu Pendek - Grup Topeng Betawi Panca Mekar. You look like someone who appreciates good music.
Betawi And Sundanese Music Of The North Coast Of Java: Topeng Betawi, Tanjidor, Ajeng. Smithsonian Folkways Records, p1994. Douglass compact disc CX3476. Chamber music of Central Java. King Records KICC 5152, p1992. Douglass compact disc CX2406. Flute and gamelan music of West Java Topic Records TSCD913,, p1970. PERFORMERS: Katiyo, drums; Sudarga, lower metalophone; Setu, metalophone; Syaukat, cymbals; Suryabrata, medium gong-chimes; Sulaeman, flute, gong; Sukaya, zither, metalophone. Douglass compact disc CX3220.
artist:Various Artists. featured artist:Grup Topeng Betawi Panca Mekar,Tanji Modern Grup Marga Luyu, Grup Tanjidor Kembang Ros, Ajeng Group. region:South East Asia. style(s):Traditional, World. formats:Audio File, Digital, CD (Compact Disc), MC (Music Cassette), record submitted by:Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. label:Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. These recordings from 1990-1992 include village gamelan music and a Sundanese repertoire played on brass instruments, gongs, and drums. What is virtualWOMEX?
Java: Sundanese Folk Music. The Indonesian island Java is the most populous island in the world, and the Sundanese, who live in the western part of Java, are the second most populous of Indonesia’s communities. Sunda was once a separate kingdom, and in many ways the Sundanese are culturally distinct from their neighbors. For example, they use many of the same musical instruments, but Sundanese compositions and tuning systems are recognizably different.
North Coast The oldest temples of Java, vast rice fields, the 'city of shrimps' Cirebon, and the Java Sea coast. 566666666671 Bandung - the Paris of Java of Dutch colonial days, now a university city known for shopping and food. The 'native' culture of Jakarta, the Betawi culture, is in itself an amalgamation of cultures of various ethnic groups that lived in Batavia (the old town of Jakarta) in the 17th and 18th centuries, including Sundanese and Javanese but also for example Minangkabau, Makassarese, Balinese, Chinese, Indian, and Dutch.
Music from the Outskirts of Jakarta: Betawi, Tanjidor & Gambang Kromong. Before being called Jakarta, Java’s largest harbor was named Batavia from the Dutch. Still today the native inhabitants from this area speak Betawi, a kind of Malay Creole, and by extension the name stands also for a musical style, including Tanjidor and Gambang Kromong. This latter are mixed kinds par excellence: Javanese, European, Chinese, Arab and Eurasian at the same time. Music from the Outskirts of Jakarta - Gambang Kromong. Music of Indonesia - 3. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - SFW CD 40057. Cinta Manis (Grup Tanjidor Kempang Ros).