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  • The Meaning Of Preservation In The Retention Of Hinduism

    2.3.3 The meaning of retention of Hinduism a. The meaning of Moral Education, Skills and Efficiency In the process of preservation of religion by Krama Desa Adat Kuta going process of transferring science and religion and religious life skills among village manners. Meaning of moral education in this exposure means is the process of moral education that is good and bad deeds guidance. The link between morality with religion very closely the more so with the teachings of Hinduism because…

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  • Ethos Pathos Logo Analysis

    purity. That’s why I chose this first logo. I also choose the second logo because it is appropriate for kids. It looks fun and cool. First thing there we can see the face of a wayang and its long nose. Wayang is a Javanese puppet show, played with gamelan and some narration. This shows much of Indonesian’s heritage. In the wayang’s head there is a strip of batik. Batik is s traditional clothing from Indonesia. That’s why I chose this logo as well.…

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  • Characteristics Of Debussy's La Soire

    The first of the piece of the set, Pagodes is heavily influenced by Debussy’s interest in gamelan music and evokes images of East Asia. The movement features a syncopated, off-beat chordal pulse with a pentatonic-inflected melody. While the third, Jardins sous la pluie, returns to Debussy’s France by incorporating two French folk songs Do, do…

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  • Claude Debussy: A Musical Genius

    Born in August 22, 1862 in Saint Germain En Laye, France, Claude Debussy was not known for having the greatest beginning to an exciting life. But while his family did not have a lot of money, they were still able to understand his amazing talent with a piano and by the age of 7 he was in Piano lessons. At the age of 10 or 11 Debussy had entered into the Paris Conservatoire, within his time there his instructors and his fellow students were awed by his obvious talent but often found his musical…

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  • Cultural Dance Review

    The gamelan performance in particular was one of the main performance that had a connection between the performer and the sacred. A lot of the dances also told stories through the dance. While the music was important to the performance a lot of the actual story…

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  • Midsummer Night's Dream Themes

    In the twentieth century, theatrical representations of A Midsummer Nights Dream (The Dream) underwent a revolution. Leading the breakthrough was Peter Brook’s 1970 production, a challenge to traditional interpretations of Shakespeare’s work. Directors like Robert Lepage (1992) and Tim Supple (2006) followed Peter Brook’s success and explored their own interpretations of The Dream with famous and influential productions. Each of these directors accentuated the contrasts between the play’s…

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  • Importance Of Tourism Indonesia

    Travel and tourism is an important economic activity in most countries around the world. Indonesia is one of the world’s most remarkable geographical areas where the various natural and cultural resources offer major tourism attractions. Basically, the Southeast Asian Country of Indonesia consists of more than 17,000 tropical and volcanic islands that straddle the equator between the Indian and pacific oceans. Indonesia is a home to more than 300 ethnic groups with approximately 500 spoken…

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  • The Importance Of Free Trade Agreement In Indonesia

    Free trade agreement (FTA) allows its members to trade goods and service with less barriers and restrictions. There is a lot of FTA that have been made between countries around the world. In ASEAN area we have AFTA ( ASEAN Free Trade Area ) , In North America we have NAFTA ( North America Free Trade Area ) , and etc. Being an archipelago country with more than 17.000 islands, Indonesia is undeniably the most culture-rich nation in South East Asia. Among the massive amount of cultures, wayang and…

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  • Reasons To Visit Indonesia Essay

    Indonesia is a biggest archipelago country in the world which has more than 17.000 islands . It is a place for distinct tribe and linguistic groups, a gigantic range of flora and fauna and wonderful natural landscapes. Indonesia also is a country of fourth longest beach line in the world , Indonesia perhaps has so many reasons for you to visit, but presented here are three of many reasons why you have to make a plan in your life to visit Indonesia. One of the best ways to enjoy our vacation is…

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  • Steve Reich: Music Analysis

    Before listening to the music of Steve Reich, I assumed that all music had to have a definite form and path, with a distinguishable climax and resolution. I believed that the only thing that distinguished music from sound was the deliberate motion and phrasing of the melodies. Having never encountered minimalism, I had never considered a piece of music absent of these things and prematurely dismissed the movement as simply noise. Yet upon hearing Reich’s pieces, I was enthralled by the almost…

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