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Malaysian music

  1. 1. NAME : AFIQAH NABEELA JOHAN CLASS : AELP LECTURER: MS DOT TITLE : MALAYSIA CULTURE (MUSIC) DATE :23/05/2014
  2. 2. MALAYSIAN MUSIC CULTURE
  3. 3. HISTORY  Music of Malaysia is the general term for music that has been made up from various genres in Malaysia.  The music is based on percussion instruments and the most important one is the gendang (drum).  There are at least 14 types of traditional drums.  Mostly came from Kelantan- Pattani region with influences from India, China, Thailand and Indonesia. • Music is traditionally used for storytelling, celebrating life- cycle events, and times like harvests.
  4. 4. INTRUMENTS
  5. 5. ZAPIN • Zapin is also popular in Java and Sumatra. • Zapin is made up from a combination of choreography and unique musical chants. • Zapin is an exclusive Johor experience or cultural heritage.
  6. 6. GHA ZAL• The ghazal is a poetic form consisting of rhyming couplets and a refrain, and each phrase shares the same meter. • The ghazal spread into South Asia in the 12th century. • The ghazal in Malaysia is the most popular traditional music in Johor.
  7. 7. DIKIR BARAT • Dikir Barat is a musical form, native to the Malay Peninsula, that involves singing in group. • It is erformed either with percussion instrumental accompaniment or with no instruments at all. • The Malaysian government actively promotes Dikir Barat as Malaysian national culture.
  8. 8. BORI A• Boria was first brought to Penang in 1845 by the Muslim soldiers of the 21st Madras Regiment. • A typical Boria troupe consists of a leader, a chorus, comedians and musicians. • The song-dance group commonly performs dances such as rumbas, Cha-cha-cha or soul.
  9. 9. MUSIC REVOLUTION IN MALAYSIA
  10. 10. ACCULTURATION • The process of adopting the cultural traits or social patterns of another group.
  11. 11. INSTRUMENTS
  12. 12. POP• Genre of popular music which originated in its modern form in the 1950s in United States, deriving from rock and roll. • It often borrows elements from other styles, including urban, dance, rock, Latin and country. • Famous pop artists include Yuna, Stacy, and Zee Avi.
  13. 13. ROCK Malaysian Rock reached its peak in the 80s and early 90s. It has evolved from the mid 90s to late 00s.  Sub-Genres -Hardcore -Post-hardcore -Metalcore -Speed metal - Post-rock  Developed with local adaptations and/or with a fusion of the blues.  Famous bands in Malaysia include HUJAN, BUNKFACE, SEARCH, WINGS, POP SHUVIT, and ONE BUCK SHOT.
  14. 14. BALLADS  Ballads were originally "dancing songs”  The form was often used by poets and composers from the 18th century onwards to produce lyrical ballads in the United States.  In Malaysia nowadays, they are often used as love songs, particularly pop or rock power ballads.
  15. 15. HIP HOPHip hop is a music subculture found in the South Bronx and Harlem in New York City which was popular with African-American and Latino youth during the 1970s.  They represent the different manifestations of : -Rap music and Beatboxing (oral) -Turntablism or "DJing" (aural) -Breaking (physical) -Graffiti art (visual).  Hip Hop is trendy in Malaysia. Altimet, Joe Flizow, and Sona One are a few Malaysian Hip Hop artists.
  16. 16. I LOVE MALAYSIA!
  17. 17. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING.
  18. 18. HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?
  19. 19. REFERENCES • Chang, J.. DJ Kool Herc (2005). Can't Stop Won't Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation. Macmillan. • http://en.bedelau.com/our-products/drums/ • HERITAGE: Perfection of the zapin - Sunday Life & Times - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/life-times/sunday-life-times/heritage-perfection-of- the-zapin-1.526818#ixzz32MGskE00 • http://www.kahwinmall.com/index.php?ref=detail&ad_id=7544 • Malaysian Ministry of Information Portal. "National Dikir Barat Competition To Be Expanded Next Year", 2006. Retrieved on 2009-01-30. • Patricia Ann Matusky, Sooi Beng Tan (ed.). The Music of Malaysia: The Classical, Folk, and Syncretic Traditions. Ashgate Publishing Limited.

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