℗ 2010 Songlines Recordings
 

Hive

Gamelan Madu Sari

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"... a rich and rewarding musical experience that challenges as well as it soothes – and magically manages to do it on several cultural levels at once."
- The WholeNote

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Ganjil
Gamelan Madu Sari
10:27
2
Stream
Gamelan Madu Sari
6:58
3
Bonessongs
Gamelan Madu Sari
13:06
4
Leaky Heaven
Gamelan Madu Sari
5:47
5
From Heaven to Earth
Gamelan Madu Sari
5:03
6
Symmetries
Gamelan Madu Sari
9:06
7
Nang Ning Nong
Gamelan Madu Sari
5:08
8
Full Fathom Five
Gamelan Madu Sari
5:54
9
Inquietude
Gamelan Madu Sari
15:36
Total Playing Time    77:05
Vancouver's oldest gamelan group is named after Gamelan Kyai Madu Sari (the Venerable Essence of Honey), which was brought to Vancouver for Expo '86. All the pieces on the 2010 album Hive combine elements of the Javanese tradition with wide-ranging influences and inspirations, from morphing minimalism (Stream) to the English tradition of bell pealing (Symmetries) to the fusing of polyrhythmic frameworks, Javanese lyricism and structured improvisation (Inquietude).
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Songlines Recordings Studio Masters

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