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Ono Sukarna|Indonésie: Java (Pays Sunda) [L'art du gamelan degung]

Indonésie: Java (Pays Sunda) [L'art du gamelan degung]

Ono Sukarna, Enip Sukanda

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Indonésie: Java (Pays Sunda) [L'art du gamelan degung]

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1
Catrik
Ono Sukarna
00:06:28

Ono Sukarna, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

2
Sangku Ratu
Ono Sukarna
00:06:19

Ono Sukarna, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

3
Lalayaran
Ono Sukarna
00:06:20

Ono Sukarna, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

4
Renggong Buyut
Ono Sukarna
00:03:53

Ono Sukarna, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

5
Pajajaran (Nom de l'ancien royaume)
Ono Sukarna
00:06:52

Ono Sukarna, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

6
Jipang Lontang & Beber Layar (Geste de danse d'un prince)
Enip Sukanda
00:06:09

Enip Sukanda, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

7
Lengser Midang
Enip Sukanda
00:11:37

Enip Sukanda, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

8
Purbasaka (Musique du théâtre dansé)
Enip Sukanda
00:05:56

Enip Sukanda, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

9
Jipang Parwa
Enip Sukanda
00:05:19

Enip Sukanda, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

10
Maya Selas
Enip Sukanda
00:04:02

Enip Sukanda, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

11
Ujung Laut
Enip Sukanda
00:03:49

Enip Sukanda, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

12
Karang Ulun
Enip Sukanda
00:05:23

Enip Sukanda, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2016 Ocora Radio-France Radio France, Mars 2016

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