|Surakarta Music Conservatory / Gamelan of Central Java 2|
|Album:||Gamelan of Central Java 2||Collection:||World|
|Artist:||Surakarta Music Conservatory||Added:||07/2002|
|Add Date:||2002-09-09||Pull Date:||2002-11-11||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||13 Oct||6 Oct||29 Sep||22 Sep||15 Sep|
|1.||Wed, 09 Oct 02:||nari|
|4.||Thu, 26 Sep 02:||David Bug|
"In Your Ear..." A Damn Good Show!
|2.||Thu, 03 Oct 02:||David Bug|
"In Your Ear..." Going Prime Time Evening 2100 - 2400
|5.||Wed, 25 Sep 02:||David Bug|
"In Your Ear..." An Ok Show But I'm Recording Tomorrow...
|3.||Tue, 01 Oct 02:||David Bug|
"In Your Ear..." Subbing For Parag
|6.||Mon, 16 Sep 02:||Red West|
Come When I Whistle
GAMELAN OF CENTRAL JAVA II: CEREMONIAL MUSIC|
INDONESIA – This is the second in a series of discs focusing on Javanese music. The first 2 tracks are Islamic ceremonial music, played on big fat gongs at mosques to attract the locals. This is mystical music: slow and introspective (or slow and boring; you decide). The rest of the disc is made up of older ceremonial music, similar on the surface but quite different if you listen closely. See liner notes for details.
Note: these are field recordings, so expect to hear some background noise
01. 15:40 – very quiet & abstract for 5 mins; slow, clanky, hypnotic pattern goes on for 8 mins, then speeds up for a clattery midtempo ending.
02. 20:32 – same as track 1: slow 5 minutes, then a pretty pattern evolves until about the 16 min. mark. Speeds up and gets louder in final 5 mins.
03. 7:08 – oldest known Javanese music: a four-note pattern over and over and over…
04. 6:13 – heard at “weddings, birthdays, and circumcisions”: a rhythm with interesting pauses repeats throughout, gradually slowing down
05. 10:25 – quiet, with more of a Balinese style: still based on a repeating pattern, but there’s a tiny bit more variation. Speeds up slightly in the middle.
[Fo] - 7/24/02
|1.||Kraton Surakarta||Sekaten Gending: Guntur Madu|
|2.||Kraton Surakarta||Sekaten Gending: Guntur Sari|
|3.||Istana Mangkunagaran||Gending Munggang|
|4.||Istana Mangkunagaran||Gending Kodok Ngorek|
|5.||Istana Mangkunagaran||Gending Carabalen|