slendro


slendro

      Javanese and Balinese five-toned musical scale system. See gamelan.

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  • Slendro — (called salendro by the Sundanese) is a pentatonic scale, one of the two most common scales ( laras ) used in Indonesian gamelan music, the other being pélog. Its five pitches are roughly equally spaced within the octave.TuningFrom one region of… …   Wikipedia

  • Slendro — (in einigen Quellen auch Salendro genannt, Slédro) ist eine fast gleichstufige Tonleiter (bzw. Stimmung), die in javanesischer Musik Anwendung findet. Im Gegensatz zum europäischen Tonsystem, dessen Oktave in 12 exakt gleich große Tonstufen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Slendro — Slẹndro   [javanisch] das, (s), Tonsystem in der Musik Javas und Balis, das die Oktave in fünf annähernd gleich große Stufen (etwa je 240 cent) teilt; bildet mit Pelog die Grundlage für die Stimmung der Gamelanmusik (Gamelan). Das Slendro hat… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Slendro — Slen|dro* . Sel’endro das; [s] <aus dem Javan.> 5 stufige indones. Tonskala mit annähernd gleichen Intervallen (2) …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • Salendro — Slendro (in einigen Quellen auch Salendro genannt, Slédro) ist eine fast gleichstufige Tonleiter (bzw. Stimmung), die in javanesischer Musik Anwendung findet. Im Gegensatz zum europäischen Tonsystem, dessen Oktave in 12 exakt gleich große… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • K. P. H. Notoprojo — K.P.H. Notoprojo, also known as Tjokrowasito, Wasitodipuro, Wasitodiningrat, among other names, (March 17, 1909 – August 30, 2007) was one of the most highly respected performers of Javanese gamelan. He led the Paku Alaman palace gamelan as well… …   Wikipedia

  • List of gamelan ensembles in the United States — NOTOC There are more than 100 gamelan groups in the United States. The earliest appearance of a gamelan in the U.S. is considered to be at the World s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893; this set of instruments is still at the Chicago Field… …   Wikipedia

  • Pathet — The pathet (Javanese spelling; also patet) is an organizing concept in gamelan music. It is difficult to explain, but is similar to the melody types, that is, for example, modes, ragas, or maqamat, of other musics. Javanese often give poetic… …   Wikipedia

  • Gamelan — A gamelan is a musical ensemble of Indonesia typically featuring a variety of instruments such as metallophones, xylophones, drums, and gongs; bamboo flutes, bowed and plucked strings, and vocalists may also be included. The term refers more to… …   Wikipedia

  • Mantle Hood — (June 24, 1918 – July 31, 2005) was an American ethnomusicologist. Among other areas, he specialized in studying gamelan music from Indonesia. Hood pioneered, in the 1950s and 1960s, a new approach to the study of music, and the creation at UCLA… …   Wikipedia


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