Adaptasi Pengembangan Pola Kotekan Gamelan Bali dalam Permainan Gitar Klasik
Purpose: This study aims to understand and determine the effect of adjusting ideas in the process of adapting the development of the kotekan pattern on Balinese gamelan into classical guitar playing. Research methods: This article uses a literature review approach regarding the kotekan pattern on Balinese gamelan and playing techniques on classical guitar. Results and discussion: Development of the kotekan pattern based on its character as a tight link, connecting the initial melody or main melody in the game can be divided into two or more. While the playing technique on classical guitar can be divided into two, namely right hand technique and left hand technique. The application of this adaptation utilizes each character from the playing technique of the classic guitar and kotekan pattern. Implication: The exploration process shows that the apoyando, tirando, tremolo, and damper techniques are very effective in playing the developed kotekan pattern.
How to Cite
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
The author submits the manuscript to do so with the understanding that if accepted by the Journal of Music Science, Technology, and Industry for publication, the publication of the copyright of the article will be assigned/transferred to the Journal of Music Science, Technology, and Industry.
However, the Authors still reserve the following:
a). All proprietary rights other than copyright such as patent rights,
b). The right to use all or part of this article in future works of our own such as in books and lectures.
After receiving the article, the author will be asked to complete the 'Copyright Transfer Agreement'. An e-mail will be sent to the relevant author confirming receipt of the manuscript along with the 'Copyright Transfer Agreement' form by the online version of this agreement.
the Journal of Music Science, Technology, and Industry, the International Editorial and Editorial Board made every effort to ensure that no false, misleading data, opinions or statements were published in the journal . In any way, the contents of articles and advertisements published in the Journal of Music Science, Technology, and Industry are the sole and exclusive responsibility of each writer and advertiser.
The Copyright Transfer Agreement Form (CTA) can be downloaded here: [Copyright Transfer Agreement (CTA) Form Journal of Music Science, Technology, and Industry]