UW Ethnomusicology Archives audio and video recordings: I Wayan Sinti: JSP recording, 2006-07-28  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Sinti, I Wayan; University of Washington. Gamelan Gambuh Padma Sari
Title
UW Ethnomusicology Archives audio and video recordings: I Wayan Sinti: JSP recording
Dates
2006-07-28
Quantity
5 items  :  EC - 2 CDs (24-bit, 44.1 kHz); EC - 2 DVDs (24-bit, 44.1 kHz); WD-1 CD (CD-Audio) (digital, stereo); Duration: 1:09:34
Collection Number
2006021
Summary
I Wayan Sinti and University of Washington Gamelan Padma Sari; recordings made at Jack Straw Productions, Seattle as part of 2004 Artist Support Program.
Repository
University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives
University of Washington
Ethnomusicology Archives
Box 353450
Seattle, WA
98195-3450
Telephone: 206-543-0974
ethnoarc@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

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Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

I Wayan Sinti (1943-) is a teacher and Balinese vocalist and instrumentalist from Banjar Dauh, Ubung Kaja, on the Island of Bali. He graduated from KOKAR in 1964 and taught there for several years. Sinti has mastered many kinds of Balinese vocal music and nearly all forms of instrumental music. He has helped revive many forms of gamelan including, gamelan gambang, selonding, saron, gong luang, gambuh, semar pegulingan, legong, bebarongan, and others. Sinti has spread his love of Balinese music by teaching village ensembles throughout Bali, composing in both the classical and contemporary genres, and serving as a senior spokesman for the Balinese performing arts. In 1974, Sinti taught various forms of Balinese music at the Center for World Music in Berkley, CA. In 1978 he returned to the U.S. for four years to study ethnomusicology and teach Balinese music at San Diego State University, where he graduated with an MA in music. In 1994, Sinti created a new type of gamelan ensemble called Manikasanti, which means "jewel for peace." Manikasanti features a new tuning system that allows for the playing of various Balinese modes and musical scales, and was inspired by his long study of ritual vocal and instrumental music. Sinti completed a residency at the University of Washington, School of Music, as a visiting artist where he taught Balinese vocal and gamelan music. During his time at the university, he created a new form of gamelan called Siwa Nada which was constructed with the help of his students.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Gamelan Siwa Nada: University of Washington Gamelan Padma Sari; I Wayan Sinti, director.

Recorded and mixed by Doug Haire, Jack Straw Productions, July 2006.

Contents:

2006-1.1 - Final mixes 7-28-06, audio reference CDR: 1) Liar Samas, 2) Windu Sara, 3) Gineman Pemungkah, 4) Lengker Cenik, 5) Bapang Sisir, 6) Perong Condong, 7) Godeg Miring, 8) Gegilak, 9) Segara Madu (total duration = 69:34)

2006-21.2-3 - Final Mix Data CDs 1 and 2 (24-bit split SDII files, 44.1 kHz), for mastering, 7-2006.

2006-21.4-5 - Pro Tools Session Data DVDs 1 and 2 (24-bit, 44.1 kHz, SDII), 7-30-06.

Documentation: Original paper sleeves with hand-written content and format information

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Description Dates
2006021-0001
1 optical media : CD - unpublished; Tracks: 9
Gamelan Siwa Nada: University of Washington Gamelan Padma Sari; I Wayan Sinti, director. Recorded and mixed by Doug Haire, Jack Straw Productions, July 2006. Contents:2006-1. 1 - Final mixes 7-28-06, audio reference CDR: 1) Liar Samas, 2) Windu Sara, 3) Gineman Pemungkah, 4) Lengker Cenik, 5) Bapang Sisir, 6) Perong Condong, 7) Godeg Miring, 8) Gegilak, 9) Segara Madu (total duration = 69:34)
2006-07-28

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Balinese--Asia--Southeast Asia
  • Ethnomusicology
  • Gamelan
  • Geographical Names :
  • Bali Island (Indonesia)
  • Oceania