Music and Theater of Indonesia|
Spring 2022 not offered
Since the early history of Indonesia, the Indonesian people have continually been in contact with a number of foreign cultures. Particularly, Hinduism, Islam, and the West have had significant impact on the development of Indonesian culture. This course is designed as an introduction to the rich performing arts and culture of Indonesia. A portion of the course is devoted to demonstrations and workshops, including instruction of an Islamic frame drum ensemble, singing, and Gamelan (percussion ensemble of Java and Bali).
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||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (CEAS-Lit&Cult)(MUSC)(MUST-MN)(SAST-MN)
ERES: Chapters from the following books:
Anne Rasmussen and David Harnish (eds.), DIVINE INSPIRATION: MUSIC AND ISLAM IN INDONESIA. Anne Rasmussen, WOMEN, THE RECITED QURAN AND ISLAMIC MUSIC IN INDONESIA. Sumarsam, JAVANESE GAMELAN AND THE WEST. Adrian Vickers. BEING MODERN IN BALI: IMAGE AND CHANGE. Matthew Cohen, PERFORMING OTHERNESS: JAVA AND BALI ON INTERNATIONAL STAGES (1905-1952). Ted Solis (ed.), PERFORMING ETHNOMUSICOLOGY: TEACHING AND REPRESENTATION IN WORLD MUSIC ENSEMBLES.
|Examinations and Assignments: |
Listenings, films, short papers, exams.
|Additional Requirements and/or Comments: |
Monday class held in WMH
Wednesday and Friday classes are online
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