MusicCreated by :•Delly Amalia•Dewi Atin Surya•Iin Indrawati•Lusiana Dewi Fitri Nur Indah Sari•Mega Hidayah
 Music is beauty, listening a music is a very  enjoyable activity. In fact, not  infrequently of us are willing to spend ...
Development of Music Gamelan Indonesian gamelan music has been well known and loved by Western cognoscenti for many years...
 Keroncong The roots of kroncong date back to the 16th century when sailors brought Portuguese instruments and melodies t...
 Dangdut  Dangdut is a newer, percussion-based style with  strong Muslim influences. Langgan Jawa is a  form of kroncong ...
THE TYPES OFMUSIC
 Art of music, Classical music, Popular music.
Some genres of music popular           are :   Classical Music      Ska   Blues                Funk   Keroncong      ...
It is 8 benefits of music for body and              soul health :   Relieves toothache   Curing insomnia or restless sle...
Conclusion Music is one of our alternative to reduce  pain, refresh our mind, and many more.  It’s very useful for us, be...
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The benefits of music

  1. 1. MusicCreated by :•Delly Amalia•Dewi Atin Surya•Iin Indrawati•Lusiana Dewi Fitri Nur Indah Sari•Mega Hidayah
  2. 2.  Music is beauty, listening a music is a very enjoyable activity. In fact, not infrequently of us are willing to spend time just listening to music. As well as musical entertainment for all people from all walkslife, both young and old, rich, poor, and so on, all the music together.
  3. 3. Development of Music Gamelan Indonesian gamelan music has been well known and loved by Western cognoscenti for many years. This instrumental ensemble music played on a variety of metal ingots, pots, gongs, and drums (the word gamelan refers to the collection of instruments themselves) has enchanted first-time listeners (including Sir Francis Drake who visited Java in 1580) with its blend of exotic modality and shimmering timbre.
  4. 4.  Keroncong The roots of kroncong date back to the 16th century when sailors brought Portuguese instruments and melodies to Indonesia. These imported elements were absorbed by the local mixed-race Lusophones, who developed an urban music that came to be associated with lower-class rogues. One of the famous song is Bengawan Solo (River Solo), composed by Solonese senior artist Mr. GESANG. Bengawan Solo is not heard only in Solo or Indonesia, but its popularity has crossed the border to other countries of South East Asia & Japan. The popular artists are Gesang, Sundari Sukoco, Mus Mulyadi, etc.
  5. 5.  Dangdut Dangdut is a newer, percussion-based style with strong Muslim influences. Langgan Jawa is a form of kroncong with strong links to other local styles. Also included is some village ronggeng and a guitar-backed style that crosses local, Latin and Indian influences. These 1970s street performances, by market and other itinerant musicians are earthier and, I find, much more interesting than their studio equivalents. The popular artist are Rhoma Irama, Elvy Sukaesih, etc.
  6. 6. THE TYPES OFMUSIC
  7. 7.  Art of music, Classical music, Popular music.
  8. 8. Some genres of music popular are : Classical Music  Ska Blues  Funk Keroncong  Dangdut Jazz  Heavy Metal Rock  Gospel Country  Pop Reggae  Hip Hop RnB  Electronic  Traditional Music
  9. 9. It is 8 benefits of music for body and soul health : Relieves toothache Curing insomnia or restless sleep Relieve stress Improve mood Help to focus Increase endurance Better mental health Music can soothe babies who are born premature.
  10. 10. Conclusion Music is one of our alternative to reduce pain, refresh our mind, and many more. It’s very useful for us, because we are a a student and a worker. In the end, the music work balance the right brain and left brain.

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