Saturday 11 April 2015

Traditional Musical Instruments of Bengkulu

1. Dol

 Dol shaped like a drum. Half-oval shaped and decorated with colorful ornaments. Dol made of wood or the famous palm weevil lightweight yet strong or sometimes also made of jackfruit tree wood. Hollowed coconut tree stump and then covered leather uppers cow or goat skin. The diameter of the largest dol can reach 70-125 cm by 80 cm high and 5 cm in diameter bat tool and length 30 cm. Played by being hit, there are three basic techniques play dol, namely: called Suwena, tamatam, and Suwari. Type blow to the atmosphere Suwena usually mourn the tempo slow blow; tamatam for a jovial mood, constant and fast rhythm; while Suwari is a blow for the long trip with one-on-one punch tempo. In staging dol, there are others who participated intsrumen accompany, as tassa (a type of tambourine hit with a cane), dol small, flute, and others.

2. Tasa

Traditional musical instruments of the Bengkulu next is Tasa. Tasa or seing also called Tasa drum shaped like a tambourine, made of copper, iron or aluminum plate, and also from the cauldron whose surface is closed degan goat skin that has been dried. This instrument is used in conjunction with Dol, for events held Tabot Bengkulu area.

 3. Accordion  

Accordion musical instrument made of wood, aluminum foil and iron rectangular. This traditional musical instruments found in the Rejang Lebong Pal VII in March 1998.

 4. Hermanium

traditional musical instruments Hermanium square shaped, mainly made of wood, metal, paper and plastic. In the body of traditional musical instruments of the Bengkulu this one decorated with floral ornaments. Hermanium musical instruments was found in March 1983 in the city of Bengkulu

 so Friend, those are 4 Traditional Musical Instruments of Bengkulu, may be useful and do not forget to look for the traditional musical instruments of Indonesia.

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