Angklung Buncis

10-01-2012 Bandung Regencies 27261 viewed


Beans is a performance art that is entertainment, among which there are at Baros (Arjasari, London). At first the beans used at events associated with rice farming. But in the present bean is used as the art of entertainment. This is related to the changing view of society that began less heed halhal smelly old belief. In the 1940s can be regarded as the end of the ritual functions in respect of rice green beans, because beans have since turned into live entertainment. Correspondingly tempattempat any rice storage (leuit; barn) began to disappear from people's homes, replaced with sack places more practical, and easy to carry everywhere. Rice even now many are directly sold, not stored in the barn. Thus the art of beans that were used for events ngunjal (carrying rice) is no longer needed.
The name associated with a bean art song texts are famous among the people, the "cis nyengcle beans ...", etc.. The text contained in the arts beans, so the art is called a chickpea.
Instruments used in the arts beans are 2 ovaries angklung, angklung ambrug 2, panempas angklung, angklung pancer 2, an angklung enclok. Then 3 pieces dogdog, consisting of a talingtit, panembal, and badublag. In its development, then added with tarompet, kecrek, and goong. Angklung beans barreled salendro with song vocals can be barreled madenda or gamelan.
The songs include beans: Badud, Beans, Renggong, Senggot, Jalantir, Jangjalik, Ela-ell, Mega Beureum. Now the songs beans have used also the songs of the gamelan, the singer formerly male angklung players, now by a special lady to sing.
Of the several types of music tainted in West Java (Angklung) above, are some examples of performance art of Angklung, which consists of: Angklung Beans (Priangan / Bandung), Angklung Badud (Priangan East / Ciamis), Angklung Bungko (Indramayu), Angklung Gubrag (Bogor), Angklung Ciusul (Bantam), Angklung Dog dog lojor (Sukabumi), Angklung Badeng (Malangbong, Garut) and Angklung Angklung Daeng which is identical to the National with diatonic scales, developed since 1938. Typical Indonesian Angklung is derived from the development of Sundanese angklung. A Sundanese angklung pitched five (salendro or slendro) by Daeng Sutigna aka The Etjle (1908-1984) changed his tone to Western scales (solmisasi) so that it can play a variety of other songs. Investment results and then taught to school students and played a big orchestra.
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