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Traditional Music Culture in Sri Lanka - Drum (CD-ROM)

A multimedial-interactive journey to an unfamiliar music culture

by Martina Claus-Bachmann

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Published by ulme-mini-verlag in Giessen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • drum, gaetabere, tamaetamae, dahula, yak bere, udaekki, sri lanka, music culture

  • About the Edition

    ... processed in five categories of information: local overview, production of drums, types of instruments, play technique of a gaetabere, the drum-player, short tests...
    Ein Online-Modul zur Gätabere mit Download-Möglichkeit (€ 5,00.-) finden Sie auf folgender Webpage: http://www.ethnomusicscape.de/gaetabere.html.

    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23721498M
    ISBN 10978-3-940080-00-4


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Sri Lankan folk music is rhythmic, layered and lilting. It combines the beat of the drum with the chink of tiny cymbals, and the call of the flute with the crescendo of. Track Summary Instrument or Loop Title: Sri Lankan Traditional Drum Percussion Loop - Raban Instrument Loop - India New Year Drum Catalog ID: ISRC: US5UL Description: one-sided traditional drum type played with the hands, used in Sri Lanka.

There are two types of Rabans as Hand Raban and Bench Raban. During the festival season, people gather around. Sri Lanka has one of greatest drum cultures in the world said Ravi Bandu, the respected drum artiste. ‘The most important area of Sinhala music is found in its drum play.

Our drum rhythms are unique and we have our own style. Rhythms of Sri Lankan Drums & Folk Songs by Piyasara and Chandrakanthi Shilpadhipathi, released 28 September 1.

SRI LANKAN DRUMS: An Introduction 2. Geta Bera Drumming (Playing Kandyan Drum) 3. Pahatha Rata Beraya (Low Country Drum) 4. Thammattama (Twin Drum, Tom Tom) 5. Udakkiya (Finger Drum) 6.

Bummadiya (Clay Pot Drum) 7. Banku Rabana. ASIN: BLEI4B8 Title: Traditional & Typical Songs, Music, and Rhythms of Sri Lanka Record Label Name: RCA Records. Folk music includes traditional folk music and the genre that evolved from it during the 20th-century folk types of folk music may be called world ional folk music has been defined in several ways: as music transmitted orally, music with unknown composers, or music performed by custom over a long period of time.

It has been contrasted with commercial Instruments: Folk instruments. 2nd edition: a lesson book for beginning South Asian Drumming. Basic Patterns progressing to Solos and Duets.

This is a practical lesson book for the uninitiated into Sri Lankan music who wants to learn to play but cannot currently find a teacher, and for the Western drummer/ensemble interested in adding new styles to their repertoire.5/5(1). Pot Dance at Sri Lanka Day Rakium Ape Lanka - 68th Sri Lankan Independence Day.

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In addition to those traditional methods, Sri Lanka also has many styles of dancing. Nowadays dancing is becoming entertainment based. Nevertheless Sri Lankan traditional dancing held some society purpose, such as healing, worshiping, dramatic, etc. Although Sri Lankan cultural dancing also mixed with Indian tradition.

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Southwest of the Indian subcontinent, it is officially known as the Republic of Maldives and is made up of around small coral islands out of which. Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon, is a large island nation south of India.

The folk of Sri Lanka call themselves the Sinhalese. The country's population is primarily Theravadin Buddhist. Vedda Aboriginals still live in Sri Lanka, Pockets of Austronesian peoples are known. Traditional Music Culture in Sri Lanka - Drum book The Maylays and Tamils create modern music.

Music of Sri Lanka can be divided in to seven categories as seen today. 1) Traditional folk music of Sri Lanka Sri Lanka had traditional folk music from the beginning of its race, which has been enjoyed and developed under the Buddhist were used by the ordinary people.

this has made to Sri Lanka strong impact on several forms of music such as panegyrics, Sindu and Vannam Folk Music of Sri Lanka The typical Sri Lankan music is traditional. The term „folk music‟ (music of the ordinary people) is used to refer to that tradition. All typical folk melodies and lyrics that belong toFile Size: KB.

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Includes: drumming lesson & tea Duration: 2 hours, 9 am & 3 pm Children: suitable for all ages To wear/bring: camera Traditional drums have been the cornerstone of the Sri Lankan way of life for more than 2, years.

They are played on occasions of cultural significance and at all stages in the circle of life. Traditional music from South Sri Lanka: a selection of traditional songs & drum music from the "Ruhunu" culture of Sri Lanka (Recording) 1 edition published in in Sinhalese and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

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Traditional instrumental music, characterized by large drum ensembles called hevisi, or even nurthy music originating from theatrical tradition, were also edited by the label. This mosaic of musical styles is to be found in Sri Lanka. The Golden. Piyasara and Chandrakanthi Shilpadhipathi Sri Lanka placeholder Piyasara Shilpadhipathi, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Performing Arts, Colombo, is a brilliant exponent of Sri Lankan traditional drum and dance music which he tries to link with modern styles.

In Sri Lanka, there are traditional drums which are mainly used for traditional dancing and other related cultural activities. Davula,Yak Beraya, Udakkiya are some of these traditional drums which are popular among many cultural only to entertain people with dance and music, these drums also use for many religious activities.

Drums have been part of everyday life in Sri Lanka for more than 2, years. It is believed that there are about 30 traditional drums. But only some 10 of them are used today. They are Geta Bera (Bera drum), Yak Bera, Davula, Thammattama, Udakkiya, Dakkiya, Bummadiya, Hand Rabana, Bench Rabana and Dandu Beraya.

Music ran through his veins. This we were sure of as he played on the dolkiya (drum) that he and his fellow artisans had completed making. The exuding sound was a reflection of a pure bred and deeply grounded village craftsmanship and livelihood, in the.

New Publications, New Music Book Publications Tackling the history of race relations, global migration, and the changing tension between high and low culture, it makes the case for the drum kit's role as one of the most transformative musical inventions of the modern era.

This book argues that the genres we recognise today as Sri Lanka. Be it the Kandy Perahera, an Avurudhu celebration, or a traditional Buddhist wedding, almost every social, cultural or religious occasion in Sri Lanka highlights different forms and styles of dance that are indigenous to the country.

For both ritualistic and aesthetic reasons, dance plays an important role in Sri Lanka’s culture. According to W. Makulloluwa’s book. Music and Dance. An Exotic Ensemble of Enchanting Experiences Malaysia's multi-cultural and multi-racial heritage is most prominently exhibited in its diverse music and dance forms.

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Until the dawn of democracy in the early s, the government attempted to classify and separate all citizens in the name of cultural purity. Buddhist music in Sri Lanka, including chanted recitation of religious texts by monks (Bhikkus) and instrumental musical offerings by lay people, appear to be broadly consistent with the portrayal of music in the Theravada texts.

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The connection between society and Buddhism, traditional Arts, Music and Dance are the significance in Sri Lanka culture. The origin of Sri Lankan Dance goes back to the time of indigenous people of Sri Lanka.

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It was knwon as Ravanhatha. It was construted of a Bamboo body and Coconut Shell Resonator covered with goat or monkey skin. Kandy is the cultural capital of Sri Lanka and a must on any day Sri Lanka itinerary.

It sits at the foot of the highlands, is surrounded by rolling tea fields and is the beginning of one of the greatest train journeys in the world. The hall is filled with anticipation thanks to the traditional Sri Lankan music blaring out of low-quality. The Sinhala & Tamil New Year in Sri Lanka (Aluth Avurudda අලුත් අවුරුද්ද or Puthandu புத்தாண்டு) celebrates the end the harvesting season.

The dawn of the New Year is based on the sun’s astrological movement from the Meena Rashiya (House of Pisces) to the Mesha Rashiya (House of Aries), bringing to an end the harvesting season.

Sri Lankan, Low-Country, Ritual Drumming: The Raigama Tradition Sumuditha Suraweera () A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy University of Canterbury August Principal Supervisor: Elaine Dobson Assistant Supervisor: Dr.

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However, during the century and a half of British colonial occupation, drumming was largely forbidden on religious and military grounds, and many types of.The music of Sri Lanka originates in cultural traditions deriving from three influences: the religious practices of Buddhism, the aftereffects of Portuguese colonization, and the commercial and historical influence of Indian culture - specifically, Bollywood cinema.

The Theravada sect of Buddhism has influenced Sri Lankan Music since Buddhism arrived in Sri Lanka two millennia .