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Harvard Dictionary of Music - Halaman 436
The Javanese recognize eighteen species or basic types of tuning, nine in s!6ndro and nine in pelog. Beyond this general classification of tuning system and species, no two gamelan have precisely the same intervallic structure. It appears that ...
Focus: Gamelan Music of Indonesia - Halaman 122
As if salendro were not confusing enough, pelog is a little more complicated. The names of five of the seven pelog pitches are the same as the salendro names. Pelog has two additional pitches: one, called bungur or liwung, lies between ...
Gamelan: The Traditional Sounds of Indonesia - Jilid 1 - Halaman 151
Intervals of salendro, sorog, and pelog degung sorog and pelog degung as “quasi-pelog” scales because, like pelog, they are characterized by large and small intervals (Harrell 1975:89). They are, however, five-tone scales, not seven-tone ...
Traditions of Gamelan Music in Java: Musical Pluralism and ...
Preference has been given to pitch 5 in Yogya, sometimes with slendro 6 equal to pelog 7 and slendro 1 equal to pelog 1. The result is felt by many Solonese to be "awkward," forcing intervals to be stretched or compressed a bit more than they ...
The Ultimate Guitar Chord & Scale Bible: 130 Useful ...
Pelog is a traditional Javanese five-note scale which can be also be applied in a Phrygian context (page 297). It can be considered a pentatonic version of the Phrygian scale and can substitute for many ofthe Phrygian or altered dominant ...
Buck Brown, Mark Dziuba, 2012
Gamelan pelog salendro: induk teori karawitan Sunda
On Sundanese gamelan music in pelog salendro scales.
Music in Java: Its history, Its Theory and Its Technique - Halaman 74
But to come to the point: as is known, we distinguish in Central Java and the adjoining parts of East Java, as patet pélog: the patets lima (H. J. gangsal) (= 5), nem (= 6) and barang. Of these, the two first named are placed more or less in ...
Tuning, Timbre, Spectrum, Scale - Halaman 185
8.5.2 Pelog The pelog scale of one gamelan may differ substantially from the pelog of another. Thus pelog is not as easily explained as slendro, which could be reasonably approximated by 5-tet. One approach that appears fruitful is to ...
William A. Sethares, 2013
Knowing Music, Making Music: Javanese Gamelan and the ...
Matrix of Javanese modes (patbet) sanga and pelog nem, slendro manyura and pelog barang)." Boundaries between groups of related items are clear, and almost all pieces are attributed unambiguously to one modal category or another.
The Concise Garland Encyclopedia of World Music
to fourteen narrow metal keys; there is one gendèr barung for sléndro and two for pélog. The gendèr panerus is like gendèr barung, but sounds one octave higher; there is one for sléndro, two for pélog. Also at the front is the gambang kayu, ...
Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, 2013