Harwanto, Dody Candra

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The Form and Structure of Kentrung Art Performance in Jepara Harwanto, Dody Candra; Sunarto, Sunarto
Resital: Jurnal Seni Pertunjukan Vol 19, No 1 (2018): April 2018
Publisher : Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/resital.v19i1.2450


This study aims to analyze the form and structure of Kentrung Art Performance in Ngasem Village, Batealit Sub-district, Jepara. The research method is a descriptive qualitative method with an interpretative case study as the research design. The data were collected by doing the observation, interview, and document study. The data analysis technique was done throughout the process of reduction, presentation, and withdrawal of conclusion (verification). The results of this study indicate that Kentrung musical form consists of two elements of time and elements of melody. For the element of time, Allegretto tempo is used with its speed between 104-112 steps per minute; its meter uses 4/4, in which there are four beats of one-fourth on each bar; and the rhythmic pattern is divided into two sorts (senggakan and sautan) which generally use the value of half tap, and the outcrop rhythm pattern is used for the big terbangan. Most melodies use a half-tone note with the highest tone of G#5 (la), and the lowest tone is F#4 (sol). The musical structure of Kentrung consists of two sentences or periods namely A B which is respectively repeated.
Tonika: Jurnal Pengkajian dan Penelitian Seni Vol 1 No 1 (2018): November 2018
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Theologia ABDIEL

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The gradual flow of globalization influences the existence of traditional arts and cultural identities of an area that is starting to fade. In overcoming these conditions, one of the efforts that can be done is through art education and cultural conservation into new forms such as inculturation. The phenomenon of inculturation provides space for the process of art education through the development of artistic expertise, creation, and appreciation using traditional arts. In addition, efforts to conserve culture through the use of traditional arts in every procession of worship, can be a force that animates and renews the culture intensively. The pursuit of democratic cultural integration, the wealth of traditional arts in an area with all its uniqueness, beauty and cultural values can be proud of, maintained, developed and preserved, so that it can become the identity of an area and even a nation.