Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Save to My Library
Look up keyword
Like this
51Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Makalah Musik Bali

Makalah Musik Bali

Ratings: (0)|Views: 5,088 |Likes:
Published by Agus Dian Pratama
Makalah Musik Tentang Bali
Makalah Musik Tentang Bali

More info:

Published by: Agus Dian Pratama on Mar 30, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as DOC, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

07/20/2014

pdf

text

original

 
Anggota Kelompok 
Agus Dian Pratama (XI IPA 7/01)
Trifosa Satya W. (XI IPA 7/29)
Masytah Dyah Asti (XI IPA 8/ I8)
 
Gamelan Bali Unik Di Kancah Musik Dunia
Denpasar, Bali 
- Instrumen musik tradisional Bali (gamelan) mempunyaiunsur keistimewaan yang tidak ada pada jenis musik lain di berbagai negaradi belahan dunia, sehingga mampu menarik perhatian orang luar negeriuntuk mempelajarinya."Keistimewaan itu menyangkut sistem `ngembang isep` (pelarasan) dan`kotekan` (variasi), kata Ketua Sanggar Manika Santi Denpasar I WayanSinti MA yang berpengalaman mengajar gamelan Bali di sejumlahperguruan tinggi seni di Amerika Serikat di Denpasar Kamis.Ia mengatakan, berkat unsur keistimewaan pada gamelan Bali menjadikantabuh dan tari Bali mengalami perkembangan yang pesat di sejumlahnegara di belahan dunia.Hal itu secara tidak langsung memberikan dampak positif terhadappencitraan Indonesia, khususnya Bali di dunia internasional."Sanggar seni yang mengajarkan tabuh dan tari Bali berkembang di Jepang,Amerika Serikat, Kanada dan sejumlah negara lainnya," ujar Wayan Sintiyang mendapat kepercayaan sebagai dosen gamelan Bali di University Taronto Kanada.Demikian pula sebagian besar dari 58 mahasiswa mancanegara yangsedang belajar tabuh dan tari Bali di Fakultas Seni Pertunjukan Institut SeniIndonesia (ISI) Denpasar, senantiasa lebih memantapkan kemampuannyakepada seniman lokal."Puluhan mahasiswa asing itu minimal dua kali seminggu belajar tabuh dantari Bali di luar kampus," ujar I Wayan Sinti.Dengan dua perangkat gamelan Manika Santi dan Siwanada dapatmengajarkan kepada mahasiswa asing untuk memainkam berbagai jenisinstrumen gamelan Bali.Kedua perangkat gamelan hasil ciptaannya sendiri itu masing-masingmenggunakan sebelas jenis instrumen yang mampu berfungsi ganda untukmelakoni sedikitnya 30 jenis gamelan yang ada di Bali.Dengan kedua jenis gamelan yang dirancang sedemikian rupamemudahkan mahasiswa asing untuk mempelajari aneka jenis gamelanBali, ujar Wayan Sinti, alumnus pascasarjana San Diego State UniversityCalifornia, Amerika Serikat.(*)
THE MUSIC OF BALI
 The music of Bali is extremely complex and vibrant. The original purpose of music here again is to serve religious beliefs, accompanying dances orwayang theaters. The traditional Balinese orchestra, known as gamelan, iscomposed of various forms of percussions, with notes overlapping and crisscrossing among the various kinds. There is a number of string andwoodwind instruments, but most of the players, which can range from a fewto several dozen, sit behind various kinds of metallophones, gongs, andxylophones. Each gamelan has its own tuning, preventing instruments from
 
being interchanged from one gamelan to another. The music of Bali has inspired well known composers from all around theworld. Bela Bartok titled his No.109 piece "From the island of Bali." It is alsosaid that Debussy, after having met a Balinese musician and seen aBalinese orchestra performed in Europe, is very impressed and affected, andthat much of his later works contain distinct colors of Balinese music.But Colin McPhee (1900-1964), a Montreal-born author and musician, wasprobably the one most affected as well as most influential in Balinese music.Story has it that his life-changing moment happened in New York, when hefirst encounter a vinyl of Balinese gamelan. He set sail, so to speak, to Bali,and immersed himself in learning about and contributing to Balinese music.His compendium of Balinese music is an extremely well-researchedcollection of the various aspects of Balinese music. His Tabuh-tabuhan:toccata for orchestra won him the coveted Pulitzer Prize. Tabuh-tabuhan is a collective noun that literally translates into a collectionof percussion instrument - the Balinese gamelan. It consists of threemovements: Ostinatos, Nocturne, and Finale. McPhee's nuclear gamelanconsists of two pianos, celesta, xylophone, marimba, and glockenspiel, withspecial Balinese gongs and cymbals added for certain sounds. Premiered inMexico in 1936, this piece fuses Balinese motifs, melodies, and rhythms intoa symphonic work. The signature of a Balinese flute melody inspires theNocturne, unmistakably similar to what you can hear as you walk by thevillage temple today. The syncopated finale is kindred to the tapestryformed by the village orchestra accompanying a popular dance.

Activity (51)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 thousand reads
1 hundred reads
Sity R liked this
Intan Lestari liked this
Hery Balinese liked this
TaraFina Ishida liked this
Syani Rayani liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->