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Green River

for Javanese gamelan

Year:  2013   ·  Duration:  7m
Instrumentation:  Javanese Gamelan, improvising instruments (vocals, violin, rebab, bansuri, etc).

Year:  2013
Duration:  7m
Instrumentation  Javanese Gamelan, improvisi...

Jack Hooker

Composer:   Jack Hooker

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Sample: 0'00"-1'00"

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Sample: page 1

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Green River is a work written for Javanese Gamelan (slendro). The work was written specifically for Wellington based group Gamelan Padhang Moncar to perform during their 2013 tour of Indonesia.

The first section of Green River is loud and energetic, and features a driving kendhang/ceng-ceng rhythm. The second section is a little more quiet and spacious, and features soft improvisations (such as vocals, violin, rebab or bansuri).

Performance history

07 Jul 2013: Performed by Gamelan Padhang Moncar at the Yogyakarta Gamelan Festival in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

11 Aug 2013: Gamelan Padhang Moncar - New Works for Javanese Gamelan

Recorded by Gamelan Padhang Moncar, Briar Prastiti (vocals) and Adam Page (bansuri)

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