1 GAMELAN SELUNDING IN BALI By Danker Schaareman Information for this list has been supplied by Dr. Danker Schaareman, with support from the American Gamelan Institute. Any questions regarding this information can be sent to the author at his This page currently contains: 1. List of Gamelan Selunding 2. Notes on Balinese Inscriptions Related to Ritual Music 3. Literature on Gamelan Selunding 4. Published Recordings of Selunding Music. 5. Unpublished Recordings of Selunding Music I am working on more detailed information on the history of selunding; section 2 will be updated as materials become ready. I will also add a section with sample transcriptions of selundung pieces.
2 I. LIST OF GAMELAN SELUNDING Below is a preliminary list of selunding orchestras giving such (very succinct) information on these as is known to me. The next update of this work on selunding in progress will be a short introduction to selunding music in general. I intend to add more information on the history of the villages and their orchestras later. The villages which have or have had a selunding are listed alphabetically. The name of the district is added in parentheses. List A describes traditional selunding ensembles, whereas list B shows those orchestras which have been taken out of and are played outside their traditional setting. Thanks to Daniel Wolf, Charlie Richter, David Harnish and Loren Nerell for their input concerning list B. Depending on your point of view, Nrs. 28 (Payangan) and 40 (Tembuku) might be considered as being "out of context", although I have left them on the first list.
3 I.1 LIST A: TRADITIONAL SELUNDING ENSEMBLES 1. Ababi, Banjar Bias (Karangasem) In 1978, 17 keys were found in a ricefield (cf. Bali Post and ). According to the report in the Bali Post ( ) these were bronze keys, but the ones I have seen were definitely made of iron. The village regulations mention offerings for the "salunding". Playtime: unknown. 2. Asak (Karangasem) Recorded (first in the nineteen-forties); film & video available. Full orchestra. Transcription(s) in Schlager 1976, Schaareman 1992 (see reading list) as well as in the text to "Ritual Music from Bali I" (see recording list). Playtime: Once a year during the Usaba Kasa, around the full moon of the first month (June/July). 3. Awan (Bangli) Keys only (33); the keys were dug out in a field in Playtime: unknown. 4. Batur (Bangli) Recorded in This is not possible anymore, so it seems. There are still people in Batur who can play, but these are not allowed to play because they belong to the kiwa ("left") -half of Batur. Two instruments. Playtime: Usaba Kalima (fifth month, ca. November) and periodic large= rituals. 5. Bayung Gede (Bangli) Not active; keys only? Playtime: it was reportedly played during rituals in the fourth and tenth months (usaba gede). 6. Bebandem (Karangasem) Mentioned in a prasasti (edict) only (Saka 1068?). Playtime: unknown. 7. Besakih (Karangasem) Formerly (in the nineteen-seventies) there were keys only, kept in the Merajan Selonding at Besakih, and for a long time there have been no musicians. Recently (i.e. since about two years) the troughs (pelawah) have been rebuilt again, the keys were tuned and the sekaha (musicians' association) is practising (with a teacher from Bebandem). I have not checked this out yet. Formerly, players from Selat or Tenganan used to come and perform during temple rituals. Full orchestra. Playtime: Main temple rituals 8. Blancang (Bangli) Extinct. Reportedly there has been a selunding orchestra in this village in former times. Playtime: unknown. 9. Buahan (Bangli) Not active; there seem to be some instruments which are broken down. Mentioned in a prasasti of Saka Playtime: Fourth month (Kartika)? 10. Bugbug (Karangasem) Recorded; video available; full orchestra. Playtime: Once a year during the Usaba Kasa, around the full moon of the first month (ca. June/July). Transcriptions in Schlager 1976 (see reading list). 11. Bulian (Buleleng) Mentioned in a prasasti only (Saka 1103). Playtime: unknown.
4 12. Bungaya (Karangasem) Recorded in the nineteen-forties and Full orchestra. Playtime: I witnessed it being played during the maligia in the Karangasem puri kangin; otherwise once in ten years. Transcriptions in Schlager 1976 (see reading list). 13. Bunutin (Bangli) Not active, most likely extinct. The reported selunding ensemble here appeared to consist of one iron "kaling" (a kind of jar). Nevertheless, it was maintained that there had been a selunding orchestra in former times. Playtime: unknown. 14. Campetan (Bangli) Mentioned in a prasasti (Saka 1071?). Playtime: unknown. 15. Cempaga (Buleleng) Not active; extinct? Mentioned in two prasasti's (Saka 1103 and 1246). According to the village regulations (awig-awig) there ought to be four wooden troughs. There are no musicians any more. Playtime: unknown. 16. Geliang (Karangasem) Not active and probably extinct. It was reported that there were a selunding here, but I have not been able to discover it. Playtime: unknown. 17. Jagaraga (Buleleng) Mentioned in a prasasti only. Playtime: unknown. 18. Kayubihi (Bangli) Not active? In the early nineteen-seventies there were still some musicians, but I haven't been able to record the ensemble then. The keys are buried after rituals are completed. Playtime: unknown. 19. Kedampal (Karangasem) Recorded in , now supposedly inactive. Two instruments. Playtime: full moon rituals. 20. Kedisan (Bangli) Extinct or just not active? Reportedly two instruments with ten keys each. Playtime: full moon of the tenth month (Kadasa). 21. Kengetan (Gianyar) Not active; keys only? According to Kunst (1925) there were 3 instruments. People in the village do not know of a selunding, and suppose it got lost in Playtime: unknown. 22. Kintamani (Bangli) Not active; extinct? Reportedly there are keys. Playtime: unknown. 23. Landih (Buleleng) Mentioned in a prasasti only (Saka 1103). Playtime: unknown. 24. Ngis, Manggis (Karangasem) Recorded in Full orchestra Playtime: Usaba Kapat at the time of the full moon of the fourth month (ca. October); Galungan. Transcriptions in Schlager 1976 (see reading list). 25. Padangan (Tabanan) Full orchestra has ceng-ceng, kendang and "gender" added to it. Playtime: depends on village priest. 26. Pamuteran (Karangasem) Not active; two instruments with ten keys each. The orchestra is mentioned in a prasasti of Saka Playtime: unknown.
5 According to the prasasti the ensemble played during the full moons of the third and tenth months as well as during the time of the waning moon of the fourth month. 27. Payangan (Gianyar) Reportedly the village once possessed a selunding orchestra. Playtime: unknown. 28. Payangan (Gianyar) There is a new ensemble in Payangan, built after the Tenganan orchestra; inspired by Bob Brown. Playtime: not known to me. 29. Pedawa (Buleleng) Not active. Only one instrument, called "serunding". Type: gangsa jongkok! Playtime: unknown. 30. Perasi (Karangasem) Recorded in 1974; only some instruments remain now. Playtime: children bang on the instruments during rituals when the orchestra is ritually set up in the main village temple. 31. Pura Kehen (Bangli) Mentioned in a prasasti only (Saka 1126). Playtime: unknown. 32. Selat (Karangasem) Recorded; film available. The sekaha seems to be growing (in 1985 the orchestra was played by one village priest who handled several instruments at the same time!). Transcriptions in Schlager 1976 (see reading list). Playtime: during main village rituals. Main rituals are: Usaba Emping (full moon of the second Balinese month); Usaba Agung (full moon of the third month); Aci Ngasanga (full moon of the ninth month); Usaba Padikitan (new moon of the ninth month); Usaba Miyik (full moon of the fourth month); Usaba Kadasa (full moon of the tenth month); Usaba Ngatelun (nagingin pulu). 33. Sembiran (Buleleng) Reportedly! Playtime: unknown. 34. Serai (Bangli) Only one key remains. The orchestra as such is mentioned in a prasasti (Saka 1103). Playtime: unknown. 35. Seraya (Karangasem) Slightly mysterious. Some people say that there is or has been a selunding orchestra, others deny it. Playtime: unknown. 36. Songan (Bangli) Extinct. The village possessed a selunding orchestra in former times, but it was said that the iron keys had been used for making a gong orchestra. NB: A gong orchestra has usually bronze keys, but I have found several gong orchestras with iron keys instead in Lombok (iron is cheaper than bronze). But at any rate there is no orchestra with iron keys in Songan nowadays. Playtime: unknown. 37. Sulahan (Bangli) Extinct. According to people in Sulahan the village possessed a selunding orchestra a long time ago. The story is that it became obscure and was replaced by a Semar Pagulingan; only after that did the village obtain its now famous gong gede orchestra. Some people say that the gong gede has always been in Sulahan, but there is also a story according to which the orchestra was given to Sulahan by the king of Bangli in return for its help in the war against Klungkung (in which Klungkung was defeated). Playtime: unknown.
6 38. Teba Kauh (Gianyar) Extinct; mentioned only in two prasasti's. Playtime: unknown. 39. Tejakula (Buleleng) Extinct. Mentioned in a prasasti only (Saka 1077). Playtime: unknown. 40. Tembuku, desa Bambang (Bangli) New orchestra, made about a couple of years ago after the one in Tenganan. The teacher is a graduate from the STST, coming from the village of Bambang. Playtime: during temple ceremonies. 41. Tenganan (Karangasem) Three full ensembles, belonging to Tenganan kelod, tengah and kaja, resp. Playtime: often during village rituals. Transcriptions in McPhee 1966, Schlager 1976 and Ramseyer 1992 (see reading list). 42. Tigawasa (Buleleng) Not active. There must have been four wooden troughs; only two remain. Playtime: unknown. 43. Timbrah (Karangasem) Recorded in Full orchestra. Transcriptions in Schlager 1976 (see reading list). Playtime: Usaba Karo during the second month (ca. July/August). 44. Tista, Banjar Carik (Tabanan) In iron keys were found (cf. Bali Post, ). Playtime: unknown. 45. Trunyan (Bangli) Two instruments; I am not sure whether it is still played during rituals or not. Playtime: Usaba Kapat, i.e. during the time of the full moon of the fourth month (ca. October). I only know of a fragmentary transcription by Walter Spies (see reading list). 46. Tumbu (Karangasem) Only some wooden troughs and keys remain. An old woman told me in 1988 that she had heard the orchestra play "40 years ago"; there were six players then. Playtime: unknown. I.2 LIST B: SELUNDING ENSEMBLES IN OTHER SETTINGS 1. Basel (Switzerland) Two orchestras, built after a) Tenganan and b) Bungaya. They belong to the Music Academy and the Museum of Ethnography resp. Playtime: occasionally. 2. Denpasar (Badung) STST copy of the Tenganan orchestra. Playtime: used for educational purposes and composition. 3. Los Angeles (USA) Tenganan model; brought to Los Angeles by Bob Brown. Playtime: not known to me. 4. Payangan (Bob Brown), style Tenganan [cf. 28] 5. STSI (style Tenganan) 6. Tembuku, Bangli (style Tenganan/STSI) see nr. 40
7 II. A NOTE ON BALINESE INSCRIPTIONS (PRASASTI) RELATED TO RITUAL MUSIC To my knowledge, there are thirteen Balinese inscriptions (prasasti) in which instruments / ensembles are mentioned that we now know as selunding and gambang. The prasasti mention salunding wesi and galunggang petung, the first clearly relating to an ensemble with iron (wesi) keys, the second to the one with bamboo (petung) keys. Below is a map that indicates the location of the thirteen prasasti where these are kept now. III. LITERATURE ON GAMELAN SELUNDING 1. Boekian, I Dewa Poetoe "Kajoebii: een oud-balische bergdesa", in: Tijdschrift voor Indische Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde Korn, V.E De dorpsrepubliek Tnganan Pagringsingan op Bali. Santpoort. 3. Kunst, J. & Kunst-v. Wely, C.J.A "De toonkunst van Bali II", in:. Tijdschrift voor Indische Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, 65, 3. Weltevreden: Albrecht.
8 4. McPhee, Colin Music in Bali: A Study in Form and Instrumental Organization in Balinese Orchestral Music. New Haven & London: Yale University Press. 5. Nakamura, Kiyoshi "Articulating Rituals. The Use of Ritual Music in Selat (Karangasem)", in Schaareman (ed.) Ramseyer, Urs Kultur und Volkskunst in Bali. Zurich: Atlantis 7. Ramseyer, Urs Bali, Distrikt Karangasem - "selonding"- Orchester. Ritualmusik in Tenganan Pegeringsingan. Publikationen zu wissenschaftlichen Filmen, Sektion Ethnologie, Serie 13, Nr. 6, Film E Goettingen: Institut fuer den Wissenschaftlichen Film. 8. Ramseyer, Urs "The Voice of Batara Bagus Selonding. Music and Rituals of Tenganan Pagringsingan (translated by Cressida Joyce)", in Schaareman (ed.) Schaareman, Danker Ritual und Musik in einem balinesischen Dorf. Unpublished MA Thesis, University of Basel. 10. Schaareman, Danker Taenze und Opferhandlungen waehrend des Sumbu-Festes in Tatulingga (Distrikt Karangasem, Bali). Publikationen zu wissenschaftlichen Filmen, Sektion Ethnologie, Serie 10, Nr. 21, Film D Goettingen: Institut fuer den Wissenschaftlichen Film. 11. Schaareman, Danker "The Power of Tones: Relationships between Ritual and Music in Tatulingga, Bali", in:. Indonesia Circle Schaareman, Danker "The Shining of the Deity. Selunding Music of Tatulingga (Karangasem) and its Ritual Use", in:. Schaareman (ed.) Schaareman, Danker (ed.) Balinese Music in Context. A Sixtyfifth Birthday Tribute to Hans Oesch. Winterthur: Amadeus-Verlag [Forum Ethnomusicologicum, Basler Studien zur Ethnomusikologie, Band 4]. 14. Schlager, Ernst Rituelle Siebenton-Musik auf Bali. Herausgegeben von Hans Oesch. Bern: Francke Verlag. [Forum Ethnomusicologicum, Series I: Basler Studien zur Ethnomusikologie, 1]. 15. Spies, Walter "Das grosse Fest im Dorfe Trunjan (Insel Bali). Tagebuchblaetter, in:. Tijdschrift voor Indische Taal-, Land- en- Volkenkunde Team Survey Guru-Guru KOKAR "Gamelan Selonding", in: "Musika, brosur mengenai ilmu musik dan koreografi, 1." Jakarta: Lembaga Musikologi dan Koreografi. 17. Pande Wayan Tusan Selonding. Tinjauan Gamelan Bali Kuna Abad X XIV. Karangasem: Citra Lekha Sanggraha.
9 IV. PUBLISHED RECORDINGS OF SELUNDING MUSIC Only the first two recordings contain exclusively selunding music. The other CDs and LPs (discs) have selunding music among other musics from Bali. Nrs. 1, 2, 3, 6 and 7 have selunding music from Tenganan; nrs. 4 and 5 from Asak (also east Bali). 1. CD. Selunding by the Sea. Aman 001CD. Recorded and produced by Douglas Myers. 2. CD. Gamelan Selonding "Guna Winangun", Tenganan. King Record Co. LTD, Japan (KICC 5182) 3. LP Musique des Dieux, Musiques des Hommes. Gamelans de Bali. Recorded by Louis Berthe and Bernhard Ijzerdraat. BAM, LD096M. Text and recordings by Louis Berthe. 4. LP Ritual Music from Bali I. The Annual Cycle in Tatulingga: The Usaba Sumbu. Musicaphon, BM 30 SL By Danker Schaareman. 5. LP Ritual Music from Bali II. Cross-section through the Music of the Annual Cycle in Tatulingga. Musicaphon, BM 30 SL By Danker Schaareman. 6. CD The Gamelan Music of Bali. King Record Co. LTD, Japan (KICC 5126). 7. CD Traditional Musicians. A Suite of Tropical Music and Sounds. WDR World Network, Best.-Nr Text by Wolfgang Hamm and Rika Riessler, recordings by Wolfgang Hamm and Radu Marinescu. Note: Incidentally, there is a review of the record by Louis Berthe written by Ernst Heins and published in Ethnomusicology X(3) in 1966, pp V. UNPUBLISHED RECORDINGS OF SELUNDING MUSIC In , a team of four researchers from the University of Basel, Switzerland, carried out research in Bali (and Lombok) which at the time focused on traditional Balinese music. This team consisted of Dr. Urs Ramseyer and his wife, Dr. Tilman Seebass and his wife, Danker Schaareman, Gera van der Weijden, and film makers Peter Horner and Bernadette Waldis. Each of the four researchers (Ramseyer, Seebass, Schaareman, van der Weijden) had his/her own field of research. During the two years a host of recordings (and films) was made, only a very small number of which was published (see section IV, nrs. 4 and 5, and section III, nrs. 7 and 10). During the nineteen eighties I myself at times together with Barnie Palm, Dieter Mack and Andrew Toth likewise made many recordings (of gambang, selunding, saron,
10 gong luang, caruk and gong gede). All these unpublished music recordings sit in the archives of the Institute of Musicology of the University of Basel, Switzerland, and are not easily accessible. This is mainly due to the fact that, after institute director Prof. Hans Oesch passed away in the early nineteen nineties, interest in non-western at the institute faded away, and so funds for maintaining this valuable collection are not made available. It must be added that the whole collection includes old recordings of Balinese music dating back to the nineteen forties and fifties, made by Dr. Ernst Schlager and Theo Meier, as well as some recordings made by Hans Oesch before When I left Switzerland for good, the archiving of the tapes of Schlager/Meier had not yet been completed. All music recordings from 1972 onwards were made with a Nagra Kudelski IV using good quality tape material. All recordings were duly archived (so that tracking a specific recording is easily possible), but they should be copied on CD; this is quite a job, but it is necessary, especially in respect to the oldest recordings that can only be played once: the brownish tape material layer containing the musical information is stripped off leaving the underlying plastic tape transparent. Fast forward, and rewinding is not possible at all without destroying the tape. I do not think that the institute is willing to finance this. At this moment I am trying to find out what options are available to make to collection public and widely accessible. Below is a list of all archived recordings in the institute. It should be checked and verified, and gaps should be filled. V.1 LIST OF ARCHIVED RECORDINGS, INSTITUTE OF MUSICOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF BASEL, SWITZERLAND Archive Nr Ensemble Vocal Name of composition T-OZ F 020 K Vocal Made Rai T-OZ F 157 K Children's songs Méong Méong T-OZ F 157 K Kidung Bagus Diarsa T-OZ F 158 K Kidung daha Mamuja T-OZ F 158 K Kidung daha Masindihan T-OZ F 158 K Kidung daha Sanglana T-OZ F 159/160 K Kidung daha Pelawangan T-OZ F 160 K Kidung daha Mamuja CHECK NR Kidung Sanghyang Ayu emas, ayu alit T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Sekar Agung T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Nelayan T-OZ F 020 K Vocal Taruna Melali T-OZ F 157 K Children's songs Cening Ayu T-OZ F 020 K Vocal Galang Bulan
11 T-OZ F 020 K Vocal Goak Ngegaluk T-OZ F 020 K Vocal Siliasih T-OZ F 020 K Vocal Pangembang T-OZ F 020 K Vocal Bibi Rangda T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Ayu emas, ayu alit T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Nuju muspa T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Tirta luwih T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Panjimarga T-OZ F 020 K Vocal Juru Pencar T-OZ F 142 K Kidung/Tembang Rangga Doja T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Demung Sawit Tantri T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Bangsasta T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Juragandanu T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Pelugon T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Megatruh T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Basung T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Wargasari T-OZ F 142 K Kidung/Tembang Melini T-OZ F 142 K Kidung/Tembang Seronca (2x) T-OZ F 157 K Children's songs Bibi anu T-OZ F 142 K Kidung/Tembang Pangrus T-OZ F 021 K Janger Rajahpata (?) T-OZ F 142 K Kidung/Tembang Canggu T-OZ F 142 K Kidung/Tembang Semarandana T-OZ F 142 K Kidung/Tembang Sudamala T-OZ F 142 K Kidung/Tembang Kancil T-OZ F 157 K Kidung Wargasari T-OZ F 157 K Children's songs Grambang grombong T-OZ F 021 K Kecak Unknown T-OZ F 157 K Children's songs Anak Cerik T-OZ F 157 K Children's songs Peteng Pitu T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Kebyar gender T-OZ F 142 K Kidung/Tembang Pamandana Kidung daha Sanglana T-OZ F 015 K Kekawin Pupuh Adri (I) T-OZ F 004 K Kidung Jurangandanu
12 T-OZ F 004 K Kidung Ranggacalon T-OZ F 327 K Kidung - Kekawin Wirama Sewana Girisa T-OZ F 327 K Kidung - Kekawin Bala Ugu T-OZ F 326 K Kidung Wargasari T-OZ F 013 K Kecak Unknown T-OZ F 013 K Kekawin Unknown Kidung Undakan Pangrus T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Margapati Brahmara Sangupati T-OZ F 015 K Vocal Speech by the king of Gianyar (in Indonesian) Kawitan Tantri Kawitan Demung T-OZ F 209 K Mantra Sudamala (panglukatan) T-OZ F 084 K Kidung Wargasari T-OZ F 078 K Kidung Manukaba T-OZ F 078 K Kidung Panjimarga T-OZ F 078 K Kidung Demung T-OZ F 078 K Kidung Agal T-OZ F 078 K Kidung Juragandanu Kawitan Wargasari T-OZ F 143 K Kidung/Tembang Wahirat T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Kebyar genjek (2x) T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Sekar sandat T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Tabuh Angklung T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Lunga luhung T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Ketut bangun T-OZ F 161 K Kidung Sanghyang Sekar Gadung T-OZ F 162 K Kidung Sanghyang Sanghyang T-OZ F 163 K Kidung Sanghyang Sanghyang T-OZ F 163 K Kidung Gedong Manik T-OZ F 015 K Kekawin Pupuh Adri (II) T-OZ F 163 K Kidung Dangdang T-OZ F 015 K Vocal Speech by the king of Gianyar (in Dutch) T-OZ F 143 K Kidung/Tembang Ginada T-OZ F 147 K Cekepung Unknown Kidung daha Sanglana
13 T-OZ F 015 K Vocal Sinom Bebadungan T-OZ F 015 K Vocal Sinom Silir T-OZ F 015 K Vocal Sinom Payangan T-OZ F 015 K Vocal Lagu Janger T-OZ F 015 K Vocal Bibi Anu T-OZ F 293 K Kidung Kidung Taruna T-OZ F 158/160 K Kidung daha Sanglana T-OZ F 163 K Kidung Sinom T-OZ F K Satwa Tantri Kamanaka T-OZ F K Cekepung Unknown (various pieces) T-OZ FL 005 K Tembang Asmarandana T-OZ FL 005 K Tembang Durma T-OZ FL 005 K Tembang Pangkur T-OZ FL 005 K Tembang Sinom T-OZ FL 004 K Tembang Sinom (2x) T-OZ FL 005 K Tanda' Nyali T-OZ F 304 K Kidung Sudamala (several times) T-OZ FL 005 K Tanda' Belancaran T-OZ F 266 K Kidung Sudamala T-OZ F 332 K Satwa I Siap Selem T-OZ F 332 K Satwa I Sugih I Tiwas T-OZ F 332 K Satwa I Ubuh (2x) T-OZ F 245 K Satwa Tantri Kamanaka T-OZ F 243/244 K Kidung Ana Kidung T-OZ FL 004 K Vocal Kaka' Tua T-OZ F 243/244 K Kidung Purwajati (I,II) T-OZ F 342/343 K Cekepung Unknown (various pieces) T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Kawitan Tantri T-OZ F 160 K Kidung daha Masindihan T-OZ F 345 K Kekawin Unknown (various verses) T-OZ F 208 K Mantra Sudamala (Panyudamalan) T-OZ F 007 K Kidung Unknown T-OZ FL 005 K Tembang Kumambang T-OZ F K Cekepung Unknown (various pieces) T-OZ F 243/244 K Kidung Sudamala T-OZ F 136 K Cekepung Kumambang Sorog Jukung
14 T-OZ F 136 K Cekepung Dangdang T-OZ F 136 K Cekepung Sinom T-OZ F 136 K Cekepung Turun Daun T-OZ FL 005 K Lagu anak Unknown T-OZ FL 005 K Tanda' Nayu' T-OZ FL 006 K Lagu anak Unknown T-OZ F 140 K Kidung Sasak Sinom T-OZ F 136 K Cekepung Kumambang Bukit T-OZ F K Kidung Panjimarga T-OZ F K Kidung Alis-alis Ijo T-OZ F K Kidung Pangaksama T-OZ F K Kidung Manukaba T-OZ F K Kidung Demung T-OZ F 243/244 K Kidung Bagusangko CHECK NR Kidung/Wirama Séwana Girisa T-OZ F 243/244 K Kidung Malat Limawanta T-OZ F 140 K Kidung Sasak Interview T-OZ F 140 K Kidung Sasak Dangdang T-OZ F 318/319 K Cekepung Unknown (7 pieces) T-OZ F K Kidung Unknown (various kidung gambang) T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Dingdang T-OZ F 141 K Kidung/Tembang Kawitan Cupak T-OZ F 293 K Kidung Kidung daha T-OZ F 326 K Kidung Merdu Komala (Totaka) T-OZ F 210 K Kidung Manukaba T-OZ F 243/244 K Kidung Malat Keling T-OZ F 208 K Mantra Sudamala (Panyudamalan) T-OZ F 209 K Kidung Kawitan Tantri T-OZ F K Kidung Unknown T-OZ F 210 K Kidung Malat Sari T-OZ F 243/244 K Kidung Malat Kadiri T-OZ F 210 K Kidung Panjimarga T-OZ F 210 K Kidung Pamuspaan T-OZ F 210 K Kidung Alis-alis Ijo (2x) T-OZ F 210 K Kidung Kaki Tua (2x) T-OZ F 210 K Kidung Wargasari
15 T-OZ F 210 K Kidung Kawitan Wargasari T-OZ F 210 K Kidung Unknown T-OZ F 210 K Kidung Malat Cupak T-OZ F 013 K Angklung Gambangan T-OZ F 012 K Angklung Angklungan T-OZ F 328/329 Angklung Unknown (various pieces) T-OZ F 010 K Angklung Berong (pangawak) T-OZ F 010 K Angklung Berong (pangecet) T-OZ F 010 K Angklung Sekar Jepun T-OZ F 010 K Angklung Merdah T-OZ F 010 K Angklung Ngisep Jublag T-OZ F 010 K Angklung Pis Satus Selaka Loyang MACK Angklung Unknown T-OZ F 018 K Angklung Ngisep Jublag T-OZ F 018 K Angklung Barong (pangecet) (?) T-OZ F K Angklung 5 Panggulan T-OZ F K Angklung 5 Agik-agikan T-OZ F K Angklung 5 Tetangisan T-OZ F K Angklung 5 Kembang Mendari T-OZ F K Angklung 5 Ujan Gerimis T-OZ F K Angklung 5 Méong-méongan T-OZ F 011 K Arja Arja Arjana Wijaya T-OZ F 011 K Arja Arja Sampik Inglai (?) T-OZ F 018 K Arja (flute, piano) Arja T-OZ F 018 K Arja, suling gede Peperangan sira Panji T-OZ F 013 K Bebarongan Calonarang T-OZ F 055 K Beleganjur Unknown T-OZ FL 007 K Cekepung Cekepung Ginanti T-OZ FL 007 K Cekepung Cekepung Unknown (3) T-OZ FL 007 K Cekepung Cekepung Jejangeran T-OZ FL 007 K Cekepung Cekepung Sinom T-OZ F 125 K Cungklik Unknown T-OZ F 106 K Gambang Selopag T-OZ F 106 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 107 K Gambang Seruni T-OZ F 094 K Gambang Halan Tuban
16 T-OZ F 108 K Gambang Telaga Biru T-OZ F 094 K Gambang Sinom T-OZ F 108 K Gambang Ambangan Badung T-OZ F 108/109 K Gambang Rajin (2x) T-OZ F 108 K Gambang Layon Sari T-OZ F 107 K Gambang Abuang (A, B) T-OZ F 107 K Gambang Rejang T-OZ F 105 K Gambang Pamandana T-OZ F 107 K Gambang Wanda T-OZ F 106 K Gambang Kinanti T-OZ F 107 K Gambang Pendet T-OZ F 107 K Gambang Rebabikan T-OZ F 105 K Gambang Kawitan Rejang T-OZ F 105 K Gambang Legong T-OZ F 107 K Gambang Condong T-OZ F 095 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 105 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 101 K Gambang Interview T-OZ F 105 K Gambang Namus Kesela T-OZ F 096 K Gambang Manukaba T-OZ F 098 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 098 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 095 K Gambang Baluh-baluh T-OZ F 095 K Gambang Rajin T-OZ F 095 K Gambang Basung T-OZ F 095 K Gambang Alis-alis Ijo T-OZ F 095 K Gambang Manukaba T-OZ F 101 K Gambang Kasumba T-OZ F 096 K Gambang Demung T-OZ F 099 K Gambang Megatkung T-OZ F 096 K Gambang Baloh-baloh T-OZ F 096 K Gambang Cacak Lahu (= cacah kelawu?) T-OZ F 096 K Gambang Semarandana T-OZ F 096 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 120 K Gambang Kawitan Rejang (= Manukaba) T-OZ F 097 K Gambang Unknown
17 T-OZ F 098 K Gambang Malat T-OZ F 095 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 103 K Gambang Ukir Padelegan T-OZ F 105 K Gambang Mas arom T-OZ F 104 K Gambang Unknown (3 pieces) T-OZ F 104 K Gambang Saha T-OZ F 104 K Gambang Pagedangan T-OZ F 103 K Gambang Pangrus (?) T-OZ F 103 K Gambang Ukir Padelegan (?) T-OZ F 103 K Gambang Saha T-OZ F 098 K Gambang Kawitan Tunjung T-OZ F 103 K Gambang Pangrus T-OZ F 099 K Gambang Juragandanu T-OZ F 102 K Gambang Geguron... (7) T-OZ F 101 K Gambang Unknown T-OZ F 101 K Gambang Megatkung T-OZ F 101 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 100 K Gambang Rejang (kadong kelih) T-OZ F 100 K Gambang Giordana T-OZ F 100 K Gambang Semara T-OZ F 105 K Gambang Juragandanu T-OZ F 103 K Gambang Pagedangan T-OZ F 118 K Gambang Pangrus T-OZ F 120 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 094 K Gambang Demung T-OZ F 120 K Gambang Kawitan Kinanti T-OZ F 119 K Gambang Abuang T-OZ F 119 K Gambang Wargasari T-OZ F 119 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 119 K Gambang Rejang legong T-OZ F 121 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 118 K Gambang Mastu (2x) T-OZ F 121/122 K Gambang Pangareh (2x) T-OZ F 118 K Gambang Malat T-OZ F 118 K Gambang Manukaba T-OZ F 117 K Gambang Rejang (Legong)
18 T-OZ F 117 K Gambang Rejang T-OZ F 117 K Gambang Sidakarya T-OZ F 117 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 117 K Gambang Pamungkah T-OZ F 119 K Gambang Rejang Dangdang T-OZ F 122 K Gambang Lilit Ubi T-OZ F 124 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 124 K Gambang Alis-alis Ijo T-OZ F 124 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 124 K Gambang Manukaba T-OZ F 123 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 123 K Gambang Manukaba T-OZ F 123 K Gambang Manyura T-OZ F 120 K Gambang Kawitan Malat T-OZ F 122 K Gambang Panjimarga Nyading T-OZ F 116 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 122 K Gambang Pamungkah T-OZ F 122 K Gambang Wargasari T-OZ F 122 K Gambang Wilet T-OZ F 121 K Gambang Juragandanu T-OZ F 121 K Gambang Pangkur T-OZ F 121 K Gambang Jeman Kesuma T-OZ F 121 K Gambang Manukaba T-OZ F 122 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 110 K Gambang Megatsih T-OZ F 112 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 112 K Gambang Legong T-OZ F 112 K Gambang Rejang T-OZ F 112 K Gambang Malat T-OZ F 112 K Gambang Miut T-OZ F 111 K Gambang Wargasari (patut B) T-OZ F 111 K Gambang Wargasari (patut A) T-OZ F 117 K Gambang Panugra T-OZ F 110 K Gambang Juragandanu T-OZ F 113 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 110 K Gambang Demung Mara
19 T-OZ F 110 K Gambang Pamiut T-OZ F 110 K Gambang Pamungkah T-OZ F 109 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 109 K Gambang Baloh-baloh T-OZ F 109 K Gambang Sekar Kasumba T-OZ F 109 K Gambang Silanglang T-OZ F 111 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 114 K Gambang Rejang (I) T-OZ F 109 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 115 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 115 K Gambang Wargasari T-OZ F 115 K Gambang Duren-duren Ijo T-OZ F 115 K Gambang Abuang T-OZ F 115 K Gambang Saha T-OZ F 115 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 112 K Gambang Figuration techniques (cading) T-OZ F 114 K Gambang Rejang (II) T-OZ F 112 K Gambang Juragandanu T-OZ F 113 K Gambang Singanidra T-OZ F 113 K Gambang Wanda T-OZ F 113 K Gambang Gobreg T-OZ F 113 K Gambang Rejang taksu T-OZ F 113 K Gambang Sih tan pegat T-OZ F 113 K Gambang Wargasari T-OZ F 113 K Gambang Manukaba T-OZ F 116 K Gambang Kebo Dungkul T-OZ F 115 K Gambang Kebo Dungkul T-OZ F 165 K Gambang Sidapuja T-OZ F 063 K Gambang Tamiu-tamiu T-OZ F 003 K Gambang Pamandana T-OZ F 003 K Gambang Kasumba T-OZ F 166 K Gambang Sidakarya T-OZ F 166 K Gambang Pelegayung T-OZ F 166 K Gambang Jagirmangu T-OZ F 166 K Gambang Kinanti T-OZ F 165/166 K Gambang Sadi (4x)
20 T-OZ F 003 K Gambang Rejang Lilit T-OZ F 165/166 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 003 K Gambang Manukaba (= Abuang taruna) T-OZ F 165 K Gambang Ukir Padelegan T-OZ F 164 K Gambang Gumi Rusak (pt. 4) T-OZ F 164 K Gambang Berengos T-OZ F 164 K Gambang Pemalet T-OZ F 164 K Gambang Orag Kamal T-OZ F 164 K Gambang Kelentingan T-OZ F 164 K Gambang Gumi Rusak (geguron) T-OZ F 154 K Gambang Unknown T-OZ F 153 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 165 K Gambang Pamandana (geguron) T-OZ F 005 K Gambang Rejang T-OZ F 082 K Gambang Panjimarga T-OZ F 063 K Gambang Jaran Sindo T-OZ F 063 K Gambang Nyungnyungan T-OZ F 005 K Gambang Taruna (mode = tabuh pisan) T-OZ F 003 K Gambang Pamandana (pt. 1, 2, 3) T-OZ F 001 K Gambang Manukaba T-OZ F 001 K Gambang Jurangandanu T-OZ F 005 K Gambang Wargasari T-OZ F 003 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 005 K Gambang Abuang (3x) T-OZ F 153 K Gambang Kidung Jagirmangu T-OZ F 004 K Gambang Demung (pt. 3) T-OZ F 004/005 K Gambang Demung (Pamungkah), 3x T-OZ F 004/005 K Gambang Tunings T-OZ F 004 K Gambang Goak-goakan T-OZ F 004 K Gambang Kidung Ranggacalon T-OZ F 004 K Gambang Kidung Jurangandanu T-OZ F 004 K Gambang Pelegayung T-OZ F 004 K Gambang Panjimarga (Kalé) T-OZ F 003 K Gambang Ranggacalon (= Abuang desa) T-OZ F 005 K Gambang Malat (pt. 4) T-OZ F 344 K Gambang Pamungkah
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