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  • "Loud Style" vs. "Soft Style"

    Soft style uses the difficult instruments, such as gender, rebab, celempung, gambang, and suling for elaboration. Loud style does not use these instruments

    Gending

    piece of javanese music for gamelan

    Bubaran

    gamelan pieces based on 16 beat cyclical structure with 4 kenongan subdivisions

    Ketawang

    gamelan pieces based on 16 beat cyclical structure with 2 (8-beat) kenongans

    Gongan

    phrase or period punctuated with stroke of big gong

    Laras

    Javanese scale systems

    slendro

    pentatonic javanese scale system; with patets called Nem, Songa, and Manyura

    pelog

    heptatonic jacenese scale system; with patets called Lima, Nem, and Barang

    Patet

    the three modes in a javanese scale

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