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The Gamelan Digul And The Prison Camp Musician Who Built It:: An Australian Link With The Indonesian Revolution (Eastman Studies In Music)

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This is the story of a particular Javanese group of 'matching' musical instruments called the gamelan Digul, and their creator, the Indonesian musician and political activist Pontjopangrawit (1893-ca. 1965). He was a superb Javanese court musician, who had entertained at the of king Paku Buwana X as a child. In this magnificent artistic environment he learned how to build ...more
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Published March 28th 2002 by University of Rochester Press
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nanto
Kemaren dulu sempat liat buku ini di Perpus PDII. Belum sempat main ke perpus PDII jadi iseng aja cari dan kumpulin linknya di sini.

1. Gamelan Tahanan Politik Digul oleh Asvi Warman Adam

2. Gamelan Tanah Pembuangan dari Majalah Tempo

3. Review dari R. Anderson Sutton (Univ. of Wisconsin)

4. ini komen ttg buku ini dalam bahasa jawa, "ing jagad karawitan, martopangrawit luwih kondhang tinimbang pontjopangrawit, gurune. aku uga lagi ngerti pontjopangrawit setengah minggu kepungkur, ing bentara. buku r
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Margaret Kartomi is Professor of Music at Monash University, where she pioneered the teaching and research of Asian music. She trained as a pianist, composer, musicologist and ethnomusicologist at Adelaide and Humbolt Universities. Over the past 30 years she and her Monash students have been researching the music of many parts of Asia. She is author and/or editor of several books including On Conc ...more
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