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1 Traditional Songs From Sulawesi
By: Fiolisya 9.1

2 1st Song : Si Patokaan North Sulawesi
Lyrics: Sayang-sayang, Si Patokaan Matego tego gorokan Sayang Sayang-sayang, Si Patokaan Matego tego gorokan Sayang Sako mangewo tanah man jauh Mangewo milei lek lako Sayang Sako mangewo tanah man jauh Mangewo milei lek leko Sayang Meaning: 1st verse: My dear Si Patokaan Some people are pale and struggling 2x 2nd verse: When you go some place far away Be careful on your journey Si Patokaan: People in Minahasa, North Sulawesi

3 Place in Culture When is it performed?
End of occasions Lullaby Before someone goes away to travel Mostly sung by parents to their kids

4 Music Elements Dynamics: It is medium and doesn’t change. mf.
Style: The lyrics are written like a poem. It is an old song. Texture: Heterophony (2 vocal parts, same melody, different timing) Timbre: The singing is high pitched. Harmony: The chords repeat themselves but it is different from first verse to second verse. Tempo: The speed is fast and it stays the same. Beat/Meter: 4/4 beats. Emphasized on the background music. Scale/Key: C Melody: There are no big jumps. The melody on the first verse is a repetition. Rhythm: The rhythm is consistent and it is not complex.

5 2nd Song : Pakarena South Sulawesi
Lyrics Ika teri tura tea bau Adat taman io loa sayang E aule pakarenaya Pakarenaya labiriri pagaukang Ika tebu tara teang sayang Punania pagaukang sayang E aule suku Bajina suku Bajina punania pakarena Pakarena Le’ngok Le’ngok Bau Paganrang aMikki Mikki sayang E Aule Papui’ Pui’ Papui’ Pui Sa’ge Rapa’ Sulengkana Meaning We are on top With a tradition from a long time back Pakarena Pakarena graceful in every appearance If there is an activity or a party, An event It would be nice Very nice if there are Pakarena Pakarena… swinging Tambour, rocking, swaying their shoulders Trumpeter Very tightly crossed

6 Place in Culture When Is It Performed?
It is performed as a music accompaniment to the traditional dance Tari Pakarena. The song explains the importance of preserving the culture. It takes part in the culture of Sulawesi, showing that the people appreciate their own traditions, in this case, the dance. This is seen from the lyrics “Pakarena graceful in every appearance” and “very nice if there are Pakarena”

7 Music Elements Dynamics: The background music is loud (f). The singing is also loud but has some softness to it (mf) Style: It is an old song Texture: monophonic (only 1 vocal part) Timbre: The singing is high pitched. Harmony: The chords are a repetition. Tempo: The tempo is fast and consistent. Beat/Meter: 4/4 Beat. It is emphasized. Scale/Key: D Melody: The jumps between notes aren’t so big. Rhythm: it is consistent

8 3rd Song : Poco-Poco North Sulawesi
Lyrics Balenggang pata pata Ngana pegoyang pica pica Ngana pebody poco poco Cuma ngana yang kita cinta Cuma ngana yang kita sayang Cuma ngana suka bikin pusing Ngana bilang kita na sayang Rasa hati ini malayang jauh dijadija Biar ngana kita pebayang Biar na bikin layang layang Meaning Swinging your way around Your moves are lively The way you move You are the one I love You are the one I care about Only you give me headaches

9 Place in Culture When is it performed?
To interest other people to dance Entertainment Music accompaniment for sports in schools. The dance that goes with it is not difficult compared to other traditional dances, making it often performed in different events.

10 Music Elements Dynamics: It is a little bit loud. f.
Style: Used for dance. The song is not so old, from 1990’s. The genre is dangdut. Texture: Monophonic (1 vocal part) Timbre: The vocal is low pitched. Harmony: The chords are a repetition. Tempo: The speed is medium and it doesn’t change. Beat/Meter: 4/4 beats. Emphasized on the background music. Melody: There are no big jumps between notes. Rhythm: The rhythm is consistent and complex.

11 4th Song: Angin Mamiri South Sulawesi
Lyrics Anging mammiri kupasang Pitujui tontonganna Tusarroa takkaluppa 2x E..alue.. Namangngu’rangi Tutenayya.. Tutenayya Pa’risi’na Battumi anging mammiri Anging ngerang dinging dinging Namalantang saribuku Meaning Wind is blowing, and I sent a message Deliver it up to the window To the one who often forgets Until that person remembers again The one who has no sympathy Come, breezy blowing wind Wind that brings a cold feeling That pierces the bone Until that person remembers Trickle, tears, trickle

12 Place in Culture Considered a rhythmic poem.
Tells a story of how they let a wind send a message to someone they miss.

13 Music Elements Dynamics: The instrument and vocal has the same loudness (mf) Style: It is an old song Texture: Polyphonic (more than 1 vocal parts sang simultaneously). At 1 part it is Heterophony (same melody, sang at different times) Timbre: The singing is high pitched Harmony: The chords are repeated but changes between verses. Tempo: It is a slow song and it is consistent. Beat/Meter: 4/4 Beat. It is emphasized. Scale/Key: E Maj Melody: There are no big jumps. The melody is smooth. Rhythm: The rhythm is not so complex because it has a slow beat.

14 5th Song: Esa Mokan North Sulawesi
Lyrics Esa mokan genangku wia niko Tea mo ma dua dua genang e karia Mengale ngale uman wia si Opo Wailan Pakatuan pakalawiden kita nu waya Meaning There is only one Hope for you Do not hesitate My friend, Always pray to God For long life and blessing, for both of us

15 Place in Culture Tells a story about the loyalty of two people to each other. Gives a message to leave everything to God.

16 Music Elements Dynamics: The instrument is not so loud (mp) and the singing is a little bit loud (f) Style: traditional (only accompanied by 1 traditional instrument) Texture: Polyphony (2 vocal parts sang simultaneously) Timbre: The singing is high pitched. Harmony: The chords is repeated. Tempo: The song is slow and it is consistent. Beat/Meter: The beat is not emphasized Scale/Key: C Melody: There are some big jumps, not so much. The melody has a smooth, flowing manner. Rhythm: It is consistent and not complex.

17 Works Cited “Arti Lagu: Esa Mokan”. N.p. 11 August Web. 1 September < “Culture & Arts in North Sulawesi, Indonesia”. North Sulawesi Tourism Promotion Board. N.d. Web. 21 August <http://www.north- sulawesi.org/culture.html> “Lagu-lagu Anak Dari Daerah Sulawesi”. N.p. 25 February Web. 25 August <http://lagu-anak-anak.com/lagu-daerah/lagu-lagu- anak-dari-daerah-sulawesi/> “Lirik Lagu Angin Mamiri”. Kata Ilmu. N.d. Web. 31 August “Pakarena”. N.p. 16 September Web. 1 September <http://pakelong.blogspot.com/2012/03/maharani-pakarena.html>* “Poco-poco”. Indonesia Berprestasi. 26 December Web. 31 August <http://www.indonesiaberprestasi.web.id/pembangunan- bangsa/headline/ngana-pe-bodi-poco-poco/> “Si Patokaan”. Kebudayaan Indonesia. N.d. Web. 21 August <http://kebudayaanindonesia.net/id/culture/876/si- patokaan#.Uhl9h3-Pk7s>


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