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Chapter Seven: Sundanese Dance Music. Sundanese Popular Music Forms Dangdut -- mixes rock and Indian film song Jaipongan -- ndigenous Sundanese sounds.

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1 Chapter Seven: Sundanese Dance Music

2 Sundanese Popular Music Forms Dangdut -- mixes rock and Indian film song Jaipongan -- ndigenous Sundanese sounds

3 Drum “Grooves” Dangdut – –“dang dut dang dut...” Jaipongan –“ja - i - pong ja - i - pong …”

4 Which is more “Traditional” / “Authentic”? Dangdut may be more “traditional” Despite dangdut’s Western sound Because the ideas and behaviors behind dangdut are more “traditional”

5 Four Sundanese Dance Genres Ketuk tilu Bajidoran –modern ketuk tilu

6 Four Sundanese Dance Genres (cont.) Jaipongan –“cleaned-up” version –presentational, staged Dangdut

7 Ketuk Tilu Dance party –Men dance with ronggeng and each other –Ronggeng: female singer/dancer/prostitute

8 Ketuk Tilu (cont.) Musical ensemble –Goong –Three ketuk (small gongs) –Rebab (spike fiddle) –Drums

9 Three elements in Ketuk Tilu Ronggeng (female singer-dancer) Drumming that animates dancers “Freedom” in dance movements

10 Bajidoran (modern ketuk tilu) Ronggeng on a high stage Innovations in music and dance Egot (holding hands with ronggeng) Triping (“tripping”)

11 Jaipongan Combined features of –Ketuk tilu / bajidoran –Disco –“Classical” dance

12 Jaipongan (cont.) Includes –Separate female singer and female dancer –Wild drumming –Choreographed dancing on stage

13 Dangdut dance events Ketuk tilu ideas grafted onto dangdut –Ronggeng (female singer/dancer) –Drumming that animates dancers –“freedom” in dance movements

14 What’s “Traditional” / “Authentic”? Western approach: sounds / instruments –Continuity in sound, instruments, and appearances –Contexts and meanings can change

15 What’s “Traditional” / “Authentic”? (cont.) Sundanese approach: ideas / behaviors –Continuity in interactions, roles, and meanings –Sound, instruments, and appearances can change

16 Summary “Tradition” –Connected to the past –Relevant to the present –Helps articulate identity

17 Summary (cont.) Various “traditional” Sundanese forms –Ketuk tilu, jaipongan, bajidoran, dangdut Three “traditional” elements focus on ideas and behaviors (vs. sounds) Ronggeng, drumming, “free” dancing


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