Gamelan pusaka is Universitas Dian Nuswantoro's effort to conserve and introduce the Indonesian Gamelan to society by creating Virtual Gamelan. So far, there are five gamelans that have been conserved which owned by Old Kingdoms in Java. The Gamelan Conservation has been started since 2009
Gamelan Pusaka Kyai Talogo Muncar
The Gamelan is placed in Keraton Pakualam Main Hall "Pendopo" which can be played in every 35 days.
Gamelan Pusaka Kyai Talogo Muncar The Gamelan is placed in Keraton Pakualam Main Hall "Pendopo" which can be played in every 35 days.
This is one of the instruments which called Gong. Gong is musical percussion instrument that takes the form of a flat metal disc which is hit with a mallet.
Gamelan Sound Recording Processphotos/gp03.png
Gamelan Sound Recording Process. The Gamelan's sound recording process was taken in the main hall of the Keraton Pakualam, Yogyakarta by the team.
The Final Resultphotos/gp04.png
This is the application's home screen. The application consists of 8 instruments which are Demung, Saron, Peking, Bonang Penerus, Bonang Barung, Slenthem, Kenong, Kempul Gong.
Perform at Singaporephotos/gp05.png
E-gamelanpusaka Perform in Enchanting Indonesia IV event
at the Indonesian Embassy in Singapore, the 3 - July 4, 2010
Perform at Taiwanphotos/gp06.png
E-gamelanpusaka Perform in Indonesia Day 2010 event at the Chung Yuan Christian University Taiwan
Slametan ceremony is held in the backyard of the Keraton Pakualam, Yogyakarta. It is attended by the Universitas Dian Nuswantoro Team and the High rank officer of the Keraton Pakualam, Yogyakarta.
ceremony is held before the recording and capturing the Gamelan Kyai Talogo Muncar in order to pray the succesfull of the process.
The singing ceremony of MOU between Rector of Dian Nuswantoro University and KGPAA Paku Alam IX, Prince of Keraton Pakualaman