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    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    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    Sat. 4/27/13 6:23pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

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

This sounds great!
Avatar    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    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    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!
     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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