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1 Catherine Cynthia Chrisanta Putri Grade 7.2 – SPH International, Sentul City

2 Presentation Contents Topic : Music Instruments Sumatera Geography Sumatera’s Culture Music InstrumentsInstruments Music Instruments Pictures Indonesia Map of Indonesia Indonesian Culture

3 About Indonesia Map of Indonesia – with time division  WIB (Waktu Indosesia bagian Barat)  GMT +7  WITA (Waktu Indonesia bagian Tengah)  GMT +8  WIT (Waktu Indonesia bagian Timur)  GMT +9 *** GMT : Greenwich Mean Time Sumatera Kalimantan Sulawesi Papua Maluku Jawa BACK

4 About Indonesia Province in Indonesia No.ProvinceCapitalPopulationArea (km²)Density 1AcehBanda Aceh4,476,94157,956 77.2 2North SumatraMedan13,712,66072,981 187.9 3West SumatraPadang4,629,00142,012 110.2 4RiauPekanbaru4,546,26787,023 52.2 5Riau IslandsTanjung Pinang1,788,2048,201 218.0 6Jambi 2,840,29550,058 56.7 7Bengkulu 1,665,31419,919 83.6 8South SumatraPalembang7,466,70491,592 81.5 9Bangka-BelitungPangkal Pinang1,043,34716,424 63.5 10LampungBandar Lampung7,821,24434,623 225.9 11BantenSerang13,263,6429,662 1,372.8 12DKI-JakartaJakarta8,489,909664 12,786.0 13West JavaBandung41,609,11035,377 1,176.2 14Central JavaSemarang35,885,95540,800 879.6 15DI-YogyakartaYogyakarta3,566,1323,133 1,138.2 16East JavaSurabaya39,560,77147,799 827.6 17BaliDenpasar3,586,6875,780 620.5 BACK

5 About Indonesia Province in Indonesia No.ProvinceCapitalPopulationArea (km²)Density 18West Nusa TenggaraMataram4,339,84718,572 233.7 19East Nusa TenggaraKupang4,474,95448,718 91.9 20West KalimantanPontianak4,447,121147,307 30.2 21Central KalimantanPalangkaraya2,138,717153,564 13.9 22South KalimantanBanjarmasin3,624,13238,744 93.5 23East KalimantanSamarinda3,210,407204,534 15.7 24North SulawesiManado2,242,36613,851 161.9 25Gorontalo 1,060,39111,257 94.2 26Central SulawesiPalu2,514,91261,841 40.7 27West SulawesiMamuju1,225,17316,787 73.0 28South SulawesiMakassar7,044,03446,717 150.8 29South East SulawesiKendari1,934,97338,067 50.8 30North MalukuSofifi996,00331,982 31.1 31MalukuAmbon1,499,98146,914 32.0 32West PapuaManokwari773,47997,024 8.0 33PapuaJayapura2,515,846319,036 7.9 BACK

6 About Sumatera Geography BACK

7 About Sumatera History  Sumatra was known in ancient times by the Sanskrit names of Swarnadw ī pa ("Island of Gold") and Swarnabh ū mi ("Land of Gold"), because of the gold deposits of the island's highland. Sanskrit names of Swarnadw ī pa ("Island of Gold") and Swarnabh ū mi ("Land of Gold"), because of the gold deposits of the island's highland.  Late in the 14th century the name Sumatra became popular in reference to the kingdom of Samudra Pasai, which was a rising power until it was replaced by Sultanate of Aceh. Sultan Alauddin Shah of Aceh, on letters written in 1602 addressed to Queen Elizabeth I of England, referred to himself as "king of Aceh and Samudra".[3] The word itself is from Sanskrit "Samudra", ( समुद्र ), meaning "gathering together of waters, sea or ocean Samudra Pasai, which was a rising power until it was replaced by Sultanate of Aceh. Sultan Alauddin Shah of Aceh, on letters written in 1602 addressed to Queen Elizabeth I of England, referred to himself as "king of Aceh and Samudra".[3] The word itself is from Sanskrit "Samudra", ( समुद्र ), meaning "gathering together of waters, sea or ocean BACK

8 About Sumatera Hero Cut Mutia West Sumatera Sisingamangaraja Aceh Imam Bonjol Batak BACK

9 About Sumatera Famous food from sumatera Batak Gulai Rendang Padang Es Pisangijo Palembang BACK

10 About Music Instrument From Sumatera - SALUANG Primacy of the players is playing Saluang to blow and breathe simultaneously, so the player Saluang can play the instrument from the beginning until end of the song without a break. BACK

11 About Music Instrument From Sumatera - BANSI Bansi has more holes than Saluang. Bansi is similar with Bansuri, the musical instrument form India or Nepal. The Bansuri is revered as Lord Krishna's divine instrument. BACK

12 About Music Instrument From Sumatera – Cetik Cetik origin from Skala Brak – West Lampung. Play by being hit. BACK

13 About Music Instrument From Sumatera – Hasapi Those intended to be played tend to be conservative in style with minimal ornamentation, while highly ornate versions are available that serve mostly as a wall decoration. BACK

14 About Music Instrument From Sumatera – GARANTUNG Usually a played by sitting. But sometimes, they play with stand up like a marching band player. BACK

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