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Ki Nartosab Dho describes Javanese musical culture as Indonesian music that is played using two varying tonal systems that include the slendro and pelog. The music is played during performances such as in political and religious gatherings…
Nartosab describes the heavy composition of instruments in the music when he argues that the time he started learning the musical culture, he was required to purchase a guitar. The musician argues that a guitar used to cost six Indonesian Rupiah, which was expensive in 1937 when he started learning Javanese music (Titon 331). The music is played using puppeteers that are worn by the dancers. Nartosab describes how people told him that he would grow insane because of using the calf as a puppeteer for dancing; this is because this act was against the traditions of Indonesians before the music came into being. The sounds of the people performing the music are not as high as the instruments that they play (Titon 332).
Rhoma Irama played the Dangdut, a pop music that is performed using drums and electric guitars, in the 1970s and 1980s. Rhoma was in school during these years, but his interest was inclined to music more than education, until people named him the king of Dangdut. Irama had learnt the art of dancing using electric guitars more than any other person during this time. ...
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