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Sanggar Seni Sunda Lugina Ensemble - Indonésie - Ormatan Tarawangsa - Musique Rituelle / Indonesia - Ormatan Tarawangsa - Ritual Music flac mp3 download

Sanggar Seni Sunda Lugina Ensemble - Indonésie - Ormatan Tarawangsa - Musique Rituelle / Indonesia - Ormatan Tarawangsa - Ritual Music flac mp3 download
Title:
Indonésie - Ormatan Tarawangsa - Musique Rituelle / Indonesia - Ormatan Tarawangsa - Ritual Music
Musician:
Sanggar Seni Sunda Lugina Ensemble
Released:
MP3 album size:
1270 mb
FLAC album size:
1866 mb
Other formats:
AC3 WAV AIFF MP1 ADX MMF MPC
Rating:
4.2 ✪

Tracklist

1 Pangapungan, Pamapag Lbu, Badud Rengkong 25:39
2 Panimbang, Limbangan 15:25
3 Lalayaran, Angin Angin, Bangun Sawarga 24:56

Credits

  • Design Concept – Gros & Détails
  • Edited By [Sound Editing] – Régis Nicolas
  • Fiddle [Tarawangsa] – Pupung Supena
  • Instruments [Made By] – Pupung Supena
  • Photography By [Booklet Photography] – Mulyana Sobar
  • Photography By [Cover Photography] – Esa Hak
  • Recorded By – Daniel Milán Cabrera
  • Text By – Daniel Milán Cabrera
  • Translated By – Jeffrey Grice
  • Zither [Kacapi Tarawangsa] – Tahya

Notes

Indonésie / Indonesia - Java (Sunda)
Ormatan Tarawangsa
Musique Rituelle / Ritual Music
Recordings (Indonesia, Rancakalong, Sumedang, Jawa Barat. 2011)
20-page booklet in French and English

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3149028067521
Reviews:
  • Zulurr
While in many countries the music traditions frozen, dying or commercially washed out, Indonesia stands out again and again and still with a living tradition, here exeplarified with the highlights of a Sundanese ritual music to honour the rice goddess Dewi Sri. Rarely has the playing of a fiddle, here the Tarawangsa (similar to the Rabab) been so convincing as in these 3 pieces by the gifted Pupung Supena. The big name of the Indian Sarangi master Ram Narayam inevitably comes to mind. The simple Kecapi accompaniment takes over the function of the Tampura to a certain extent. In fact, the duo conjures up a highly concentrated, melancholic, sometimes enthusiastic poetic mood that is in no way inferior to that of a raga, even though the typical intensification is missing and the pieces in their narrative, contemplative form, circle around a modal centre, while the ornamentation increases in refinement. – Such a masterpiece is truly not heard every day!