|Jumlah||Nama Barang||Berat (kg)||Total|
|0||0,00 Kg||Rp 0,00|
|keranjang anda kosong|
|Di lihat||3088 kali|
|Harga||Rp (hubungi cs)|
Rebana is round and flat.Â Circular frame of wood is turned, with one hand to tap on a goat leather.Â Art in Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia and Singapore, which often have a tambourine is a musical rhythm of the desert, for example, psaltery, and hadroh Qasida.
For the people of Pahang Malays in the country, playing Rebana very popular, especially among people around the Sungai Pahang.Â Tambourine clapping accompanies traditional songs like indong-indong, bird-kenek kenek, and Lemur-Lemur.Â In Malaysia, apart from regular-sized Kompang, there is also a big tambourine Rebana named Sweet, played on feast days to equalize Â rhythm.
Rebana musical instruments in various other areas membranous called Fly, people say, tambourine designation comes from the word “Robbana”, which means “our Lord.”Â The name arises because it is usually in the territory of the Betawi culture is an instrument used to accompany songs to adopt the Islamic religion, which often mention the “Robbana”.Â Eventually, the instrument called a tambourine, or pronounce the pronunciation robana, seperli Ciganjur area, Pondok Pinang and surrounding areas.
Almost all types of tambourines Betawi in the area of Central Jakarta and South Jakarta.Â Some species are also in North Jakarta, West Jakarta, East Jakarta, Bekasi, Bogor and Tangerang regency.Â There are two distinct types of tambourines certain villages, namely that there is only Rebana Burdah Kuntngan in the West Village, District Maukhid Mampang Prapatan and tambourines that are found only in Sub Housing Market District Sunday, both in South Jakarta.
Based on the device, ie tambourine, the source of poetry that was brought, regional distribution and social background of his supporters, Rebana Betawi consists of various types and names, such as Rebana Ketimpring, Rebana Ngarak, Rebana Maukhid, Rebana Burdah, Rebana Rebana Dor and prickly.
Reference: Department of Culture and Museum of DKI Jakarta, the Betawi art Overview, 2003