Class Year

2018

Document Type

Audio

Publication Date

Summer 2016

Department

Conservatory of Music

Abstract

In today's world gamelan is a music that is consumed in many contexts. From being performed on the island of Bali for religious ceremonies to being performed internationally. This exposure has changed the ways in which the instruments are built by including plastic resonators and cords. These materials are used to make the instruments more stable as they are shipped and played around the world.

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Comments

This piece is part of the Bali Soundscapes collection, which features photographs, audio essays, and written essays by Gettysburg College students who took the Language, Culture, & Immigration in Bali course during the summer of 2013 or 2016. See http://cupola.gettysburg.edu/balisoundscapes/ for more.

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Hawkins-NPR Article Transcript-FINAL.pdf (70 kB)

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