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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52802
Doc. No:TL22756
Call number:‭3167977‬
Main Entry:Andrew Clay McGraw
Title & Author:Musik kontemporer: Experimental music by Balinese composersAndrew Clay McGraw
College:Wesleyan University
Date:2005
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2005
Page No:425
Abstract:This dissertation examines new and experimental compositions by Balinese composers working in Bali and Java, Indonesia. Chapter one presents a discussion of terminology and an introduction to the historical setting, tracing the history of modern developments in the performing arts in Indonesia, and specifically in Bali, since colonialism. Chapter two discusses metaphors, rhetorics, and discourses surrounding the production of new music in Bali. This chapter also includes an examination of official policies regarding the performing arts as well as a section on Balinese historiography. Chapter three considers audiences, composers, and patrons with an emphasis on the role of the national conservatory (ISI) in the development of experimental forms. Chapter four presents a discussion of the development of experimentalism in Java and the cross influences between the new music scenes in Bali and Java. Also included in this chapter is a theoretical discussion concerning possible influence and cultural diffusion between Euro-America and Indonesia. Chapter five includes the analysis of seven key musik kontemporer works, with an aim at presenting new analytical approaches in order to discuss musical elements disregarded in previous analyses of Balinese music. This dissertation includes four appendices. The first appendix includes five additional analyses of musik kontemporer works. The second appendix is a series of definitions of Balinese music ensembles relevant to the development of musik kontemporer. The third appendix presents several composer profiles. The final appendix is the author's translation of two key Indonesian-language texts referenced in the work: the “Prakempa” (Bandem) and the “Satu Alternatif - Enam Tahun PKM” (Hardjana). Most broadly, the aim of this dissertation is to approach issues rarely discussed in the current ethnomusicological literature. These include: (1) a discussion of the development of an experimental genre outside of the Western art tradition, (2) a discussion which focuses more upon the work of idiosyncratic composers rather than groups working within bounded traditions, (3) a turn back towards the analysis of musical structure, rather than simply the analysis of music's signification, and (4) an attempt at cultural critique through musical analysis and the development of theoretical tools that could be applied to other musics.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Balinese gamelan; Composers; Experimental music; Indonesia; Music; 0413:Music
Added Entry:Wesleyan University