Essentials from the Ramayana


Source from Madrotter

These records are issued by the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia through its Institute of Musicology and Choreography in Djakarta to commemorate the International Ramayana Festival in Pandaan, Indonesia, in September 1971.

The recorded music has been selected from the accompaninment of the dance performance from 4 cultural areas in Indonesia depicting scenes from the Ramayana epic.

Ramayana Sunda:

Played by the orchestra of associated musicians of the regional Committee of the International Ramayana Festival in Bandung conducted by R. Sjabar Riswara K.

  1. Bandjar Melati
  2. Lambang Parahiangan
  3. Monggang
  4. Kalongan
  5. Bungur
  6. Genggong (slendro)
  7. Kadji-kadji
  8. Nimang
  9. Maya Selas
  10. Palsuin
  11. Rengong Buyur
  12. Djemplang Kandangan
  13. Bima Mobos
  14. Tjarik
  15. Djipang Lontang Gantjang
  16. Kodekel
  17. Gending Perang

Ramayana Jogjakarta:

Played by the kawawitan orchestra of the ASTI (Academy of Dance) in Jogjakarta, conducted by Kawindro Sutikno

  1. Sampak goro-goro
  2. Ayak-ayakan
  3. Kinanti
  4. Sinom
  5. Lantjaran Maesa Liwung
  6. Pangkur Dutakasmaran
  7. Lagon Tlutur Djugag
  8. Dandanggula
  9. Ladrang Asmaradana Bawaraga Sekar
  10. Pangkur

Ramayana Surakarta:

Played by the karawitan orchestra of the KOKAR (Conservatory of Karawitan) in Surakarta, conducted by Marto Pangrawit.

  1. Ketawang Langengita
  2. Ketawang Subakastawa Winangun
  3. Ladrang Pamikat
  4. Ketawang Welasih
  5. Lantjaran Lawung (pelog)
  6. Lantjaran Glidrah
  7. Lantjaran Bentjana
  8. Srepegan Rinipta
  9. Ketawang Melatsih
  10. Lantjaran Singanebah
  11. Ladrang Kembang Dadap
  12. Lantjaran Djatiwana
  13. Ladrangan Limput
  14. Ayak-ayakan Tlutur

Ramayana Bali:

Played by the karawitan orchestra of the KOKAR (Conservatory of Karawitan) in Denpasar, Bali, conducted by I Wayang Beratha.

  1. Pamungkah
  2. Sumambang
  3. Legod Bawa
  4. Gilak
  5. Patangkilan
  6. Pangipuk
  7. Gabor
  8. Batel Bapang
  9. Pangutjek
  10. Bapang Gede
  11. Tangis
  12. Guak Matjok
  13. Batel Pewayangan
  14. Panuntun
  15. Tangkilan
  16. Batel
  17. Pakaad

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