This unique book showcases the complex diversity of Indonesian music and includes field observations from six different provinces: Aceh, North Sumatra, Riau, West Sumatra, South Sumatra and Bangka-Belitung.
The title of Queen has been bestowed upon a Monash University researcher for her work in reconstructing the origins of the Indonesian province of Lampung’s traditional musical instruments.
Professor Margaret Kartomi of the University’s School of Music – Conservatorium, recently presented the keynote address at the International Seminar on the Traditional Lampung Musical Instrument, the gamolan.
This is the Indonesian translation of the 2002 book “The Gamelan Digul and the Prison Camp Musician Who Built It” by Margaret Kartomi.
The Music of Islam: Muslim Music of Indonesia Volume 15 is an album of 2 Compact Discs of music recordings made by Margaret and Mas Kartomi in Aceh (CD 1) and West Sumatra (CD2) in the 1970s It contains recordings of some ensemble music and body percussion song-dances in Sumatra’s northernmost province of Aceh and instrumental and vocal music of West Sumatra province, Indonesia.
Music of Timor is a Compact Disc of music recordings made by Margaret and Mas … Continue reading Music of Timor
Music of Indonesia: Maluku and North Maluku is a Compact Disc of traditional music recordings made by Margaret and Mas Kartomi in Maluku (“the Moluccas”) in the 1990s, with musicological commentary in English. It was published in 1999 by Celestial Harmonies.
The Music of Indonesia: Flores is a Compact Disc of music recordings made by Margaret and Mas Kartomi in Manggarai, West Flores, Indonesia, in the 1990s It contains recordings of Manggarai ritual, whip-duel, dance, instrumental ensemble, and vocal music, and parts of an inculturated Catholic Mass with traditional music. It was published in 1999 by Celestial Harmonies (http://www.harmonies.com).
Kroncong Moritsko – Sumatra is a CD of music recordings made by Margaret and Mas Kartomi in various parts of Indonesia in the 1970s and 1980s, with musicological commentary in English. It is from a boxed series of CDs of Portuguese-influenced music throughout the world titled: A viagem dos sons/The Journey of Sounds. Published by Tradisom in 1998.