Sunday, November 27, 2016

KARINDING – passing on the tradition – Sekar Alit bersama Kang SandyMizon/ Sandy Kasalur | Karinding Sadulur

Malming Berkarinding
Sekar Alit bersama Kang SandyMizon/Sandy - Kasalur
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Karinding Sadulur "In addition we show you work on stage and in the form of tapes. It also includes part of the routine process of our activities on the side: Karinding Sadulur (kasalur). Regenerating the artists music Karinding. Besides, we intend to continue to maintain the sustainability of Karinding and others. Mr. Robert Cherwink and Harm Linsen"

Robert Cherwink thank you! - these are wonderful photos of children being passed the tradition - i love it!, and will put this in #KhomusWeekly 
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Harm Linsen Beautiful! Are they also educated in the background and meanings of the instrument itself?
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Karinding Sadulur yes, they are educated to play a Karinding. But not only that. In our curriculum (Karinding Sadulur) for all those who learn together educated in order to better understand the philosophical meaning of Karinding tu contained himself. And to learn to be more loving and growing self-awareness that this is included inheritance of culture and artistic tradition shingga can be motivated to continue to preserve it.
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Harm Linsen Great!
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Karinding Sadulur Thank you very much sir Harm Linsen and Robert Cherwink, your motivation will be invaluable to us and the children who are the spirit of learning.

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  1. It really is a tribute to us when it can be published through your blog. Thus may be a way for us to be accepted dikhalayak crowded through social media with a view of the work and the process we are still pioneering activities that can be known by many people. And of course with this will be a motivation for us to continue to preserve the diversity and beauty of our artistic and cultural traditions, Sunda Indonesia. Thank you sir Robert Cherwink

    1. It is my pleasure to spread the good news of your nurturing and passing on this tradition. Good luck in all!