Cross-cultural practice in creative perspective: New Zealand compositions for central Javanese gamelan instruments
In July 2013, Wellington-based gamelan group Gamelan Padhang Moncar embarked on a performance/study tour of Java, Indonesia. The group's tour repertoire comprised conventional music from the central Javanese gamelan tradition as well as new compositions by five members of the group, all emergent composers in their twenties. These new gamelan compositions were also performed to audiences 'at home' in Wellington, and were subsequently recorded and released on Rattle Records' Naga in 2014....[Show more]
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