Options Gateway to Joy with Donna: Playlist from April 27, 2013 Options

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Options April 27, 2013

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
kumala budaya  jaya sakti   Options balaganjur of pande and angklung of sidan, bali  0:00:00 ()
richard beresis / various  tung valley tsechu 3   Options sounds of asia  0:21:10 ()
 
kawedanan hageng punakawan krido mardawa  ladrang liwung   Options yogyakarta: gamelan of the kraton  0:30:20 ()
various  gondang haro-haro   Options music of the nias and north sumatra  0:35:04 ()
wannaa keaopidom   lam nyao-lam tuei   Options molam of siiphandon  0:38:54 ()
ataratu  ludu parinna   Options indonesian guitars  0:43:05 ()
 
u ba than  tracks 2 & 4   Options basic pieces for saung & pattola (burma)  1:00:02 ()
balinese jew's harp orchestra  kondokan jalan   Options genggong, balinese jews' harp orchestra  1:11:21 ()
abdul ghani bushrah  improvisation   Options sawaku - music of sarawak  1:15:24 ()
chatree nong konkeha  sho-khan lai yao   Options music from thailand  1:22:01 ()
various  mang-tub-tao   Options music from thailand  1:22:32 ()
 
balbalan  gangsa topayya   Options true vine 78 series #5  1:29:30 ()
balbalan  patatag   Options true vine 78 series #5  1:31:58 ()
various  four tunes   Options south sulawesi strings  1:35:07 ()
various  tabuh samang ngembuk   Options gongs and vocal music from sumatra  1:44:44 ()
 
grup wambarek  mangani   Options music of biak, irian jaya  1:56:25 ()
various  two tunes   Options music from the southeast : sumbawa, sumba, timor  2:03:19 ()
various  tabung   Options music from the southeast : sumbawa, sumba, timor  2:05:31 ()
various  ailado fetoboi   Options music of sasandu  2:09:59 ()
various  kelak kosong   Options the music of lombok  2:17:37 ()
various  selandug dik dak   Options the music of lombok  2:18:42 ()
various  rangsang   Options the music of lombok  2:21:05 ()
various  ngering jaje   Options the music of lombok  2:21:44 ()
rebana desa nyelot  serening   Options the music of lombok  2:24:01 ()
various  sang sinchai   Options instrumental music of northeast thailand  2:29:38 ()
various  tracks 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17   Options gongs : vietnam and laos  2:37:20 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 4/27/13 6:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Gamelon seems right to me for right now : ) ...
Avatar Sat. 4/27/13 6:14pm the glowing one:

I heard a story that when the first Europeans came to Bali and they played European classical music to the Balinese, the Balinese considered their music to be superior.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 4/27/13 6:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- you mean their own (the Balinese), I presume?
Avatar    Sat. 4/27/13 6:21pm tomB:

You just can't beat the sustained resonances (high & low), as well as th alternation of speeds of this music. Glad you're back Donna.
Avatar Sat. 4/27/13 6:23pm the glowing one:

yeah, their own
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 4/27/13 6:23pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& I wonder what Theme/Epic Tale it relates to...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 4/27/13 6:25pm Ike:

This sounds great!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 4/27/13 6:27pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...a thing about European Classical Music (...too broad, but you know what I mean)
- is the Rhythms are Military-derived, & too aggressive & rectilinear-sounding to other Peoples, I have read...
...I think that as every Continent & Culture has its' own Metaphysical Conceptions & Systems
- *just so* does each have its' own Scales, Tonalities & Rhythms;
- Musical Scales often have a direct correlation to Metaphysical Systems...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 4/27/13 6:30pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...'European' Music is *certainly* 'behind the curve in terms of Rhythmic sophistication
- but, I imagine a Native Shamanic historical sub-strata to Ancient Music in Europe too...
  Sat. 4/27/13 6:34pm stormy:

Which show ha this?
Gateway to joy? or
Ttranspacific sound paradise?
I have two radio apps and they are both saying something different!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 4/27/13 6:36pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It's the 'TpSP' timeslot
- but 'Gateway' is filling in...
  Sat. 4/27/13 6:46pm John::

Very cool, interesting music; glad I kept the radio on. Could you tell me the instrument on the gondang track? Thanx much.
Avatar    Sat. 4/27/13 6:57pm fleep:

It's "Gateway to Paradise." You'll need two tickets.
  Sat. 4/27/13 7:14pm Mitten John:

Superb!
  Swag For Life Member    Sat. 4/27/13 7:23pm Ralphine:

Always a pleasure to hear Gateway to Joy.
Avatar    Sat. 4/27/13 7:24pm fleep:

Listening outdoors with bird noises, beautiful, thanks Donna.
Avatar Sat. 4/27/13 8:29pm Tome:

Loving this now !! ___ and on my porch myself here now headphones on Sun Setting .. wee !!!
Avatar Sat. 4/27/13 9:00pm Tome:

wonderful set Donna !!! and always a Joyous and pleasant Surprise !!!!
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