Powerfull Tradional Malay Music

Raybrixthon - Powerfull Tradional Malay Music | Malay music is the flow of the traditional music that originated and evolved in the eastern coast of Sumatra, Borneo and the Malay Peninsula (semenanjug malasia). This music is usually sung by people from ethnic Malays who are not infrequently accompanied by typical local Malay dances such dance event or party offerings in traditional, greeting guest of honor, and in religious activities. What's interesting about the flow of the music lies in its structure consisting of a song that contains lyric adapted to everyday life and filled with teaching point (moral), filled with distinctive vocal sound or twisted Malay, and musical arrangements are neatly arranged.

Along with the times Malay music experience music styles such keberingsutan just undergone fusion with the flow of pop music, rock music, and dangdut. This flow can be found in countries allied Malay, such as Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam.

In the early development of the instruments used are dominated by clapping to the rhythm, excerpts harp, violin, accordion picitan, tingkahan gongs, and blowing flute. It is influenced by the culture of the Arab lands and traditional Europe. Along with the development of technology that all replaced with electronic musical instruments such as keyboards. However, in certain activities of traditional musical instruments still used to preserve cultural heritage.

In their work this genre was popular in the 1980 and even entered the era of  "peak brilliance" in the 1990. It is characterized by the increasing number of singers and bands Malay, and newcomers are popping up with songs mainstay respectively.

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Now, Quena still played in the rural areas of Peru and Bolivia. The entry of this wind instrument into the instrument in the New Age music in the 1970s-1980s made the type of sound produced Quena became famous in the world, although most people do not know what kind of musical instrument that produces the sound. Background songs used in documentary work with nature theme Inca and the Andes often incorporate Quena as his main instrument.

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