Idjah Hadidjah, Jugala Jaipongan

Jaipongan Music Of West Java + Rework

Format: 2xLP
Release Year: 2020

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The form of jaipongan music of West Java comes from the its fields. An early form of music called ketuk-tilu that echoed over fields during harvest times. Known for intense and complex drumming coordinated with equally dynamic solo female dancing, ketuk-tilu performances included a rebab (a small upright bowed instrument), a gong, and ketuk-tilu (“three kettle gongs”). In addition, electronic musicians and modular sythesists were invited to rework sounds found in these recordings.

Listen to: Jaipongan Music Of West Java + Rework by Idjah Hadidjah, Jugala Jaipongan
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A1. Idjah Hadidjah - Hiji Catetan
07:05
A2. Idjah Hadidjah - Sanga
06:38
A3. Idjah Hadidjah - Senggot
07:38
B1. Idjah Hadidjah - Sinyur
06:43
B2. Idjah Hadidjah - Tablo Kasmaran Naek Gendu
08:07
B3. Idjah Hadidjah - Tawis Soca
07:48
C1. Bana Haffar - Slow Hiji Catetan
05:22
C2. bergsonist - Gameloan
02:43
C3. Lightbath - Insinyur Cahaya
03:48
D1. Signalsundertests - Dualism
05:30
D2. Fahmi Mursyid - Salawasna
08:00
D3. Kai Riedl, Suny Lyons - The Millionth Motion
03:29
D4. Ultrabillions - Imaginary Rebab No. 4
03:28
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