Showing posts with label MAESTRO ARTS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MAESTRO ARTS. Show all posts

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Maestro Ruslis Marzuki Saria

Maestro Literature from West Sumatra
By Abel Tasman
My Imagination is a monasteries and I am its monk. My imagination is a monastery and I was the friars. The phrase from John Keats that the figure quoted was in a very appropriate essay describes the creative process as a poet. That's just a Rush Marzuki Saria. He seemed destined to become a poet who puts the imagination as a very broad sphere for the birth of his poetry works.

Rusli Marzuki Saria who familiarly called Papa is known as a poet-humanist whose work could not be released from the treasury of Indonesian literature in the last 50 years. His poems were published in various media that exist in Indonesia since the 1950s. He also often appeared in various stage poetry readings at berbabagai city in the homeland.

Maestro Manti Menuik

Tradition of Caring Art Minang with Courtesy
By Abel Tasman/DKSB
His name is Manti Menuik. Male. 81-year-old. That night, March 19, 2005, at the Cultural Park Theatre Closed West Sumatra, the Minangkabau tradition of performing arts maestro that was held by the Arts Council of West Sumatra (DKSB) IV in Performing Arts in 2005, he appeared to still tough to play silek jalik, dance Adok, and Tan relapse, one of Minangkabau traditional arts that are still there today. He was one of his heirs. Manti expertise silek jalik Menuik play, dance Adok, and Tan relapse, the Minangkabau traditional arts made him a figure of the long-awaited audience. Manti Menuik present that night as one of Minangkabau art maestro maestro of the three people who specially invited DKSB, namely Islamidar and UPIAK Palatiang.

Maestro Yusaf Rahman

Contemporary Art Music Runner Minang
By Sondri BS/Tim DKSB

Yusaf Rahman, born on June 4, 1933, in Muaro Labuah, West Sumatra. Small kampong called Kampung Lurah Labuah Muaro Market (now known as Market Muaro Labuah). Yusaf, the eldest child of twelve children. Her father, a registered nurse (registered nurse first class) and also a violinist. His mother named Badariah also adept at playing the lute, although in those days women rarely able to play a musical instrument.

Blood art that's both parents are inherited. Talents which later expanded into a self-taught learning. Yusaf try to use their own musical instruments without a teacher. Although previously studied at the Faculty of Agriculture, ability, insight, and knowledge in the field of musical composition, no doubt. The music he loves.

Maestro Islamidar

Soldier of LoveKeeping Art Sampelong

By Yusriwal  anda Abel Tasman

Whimpered softly but melodious voice when reciting poetry / song sang to the accompaniment sampelong saluang Bansi is playing. He it is familiarly called Tuen Islamidar by residents of surrounding villages. Tuen born on July 16, 1941 in Nagari Gutters Maua, District Mungka, regency. In the same village he lived to this day. Tuen are the inheritors and guardians of sampelong art, one art Minang tradition that still exists today. Living history is identical with the development of Tuen sampelong itself.

Tuen indeed come from families that bloody art. Her mother is a singer who also sang sampelong clever play drums. Who's the father was a skilled Qari reciting verses from the holy Koran with a good rhythm on the ear. His grandfather was a harp player. Similarly etek and mamaknya.

Sampelong rhythm is the rhythm that is played with similar saluang Bansi. Formerly, sampelong is a kind of music that was sung at the time menggampo dried. We do not wear it sampelong sang. Even if there sampelong rhythmic singing, but the accompanying music is Talempong. New since the year 1965, disposable sampelong sang. Poems / songs sang sampelong more revolves around the bitterness of life, keperihan fate, failure in love, poverty and all other grief. Sampelong lyrics is elegy: edible rice husk seemed, seemed drunk water thorns.

Sampelong, as manifested in Minangkabau Tuen existing before the arrival of Islam into this realm. Sampelong tones are tones of Buddhist songs. This is evidenced by the similarity with the existing tone in Thailand, a nation of culture and art is rooted in the Buddhist religion and also in areas of Palembang who had been a growing place of the Buddhist religion.

Maestro Sawir Sutan Mudo

Mak Sawir The "King Bagurau"
As an artist tradition in this sphere, he kept his deep concern current conditions of culture, customs, and traditions of Minangkabau. He considered, in broad Minang remarkable deterioration. Concern was expressed over the full sampiran warnings; "Jaan until the damaged deck nangkhododoh kapa, binaso wood deck builders, custom deck pangulu damaged, the road deck urang dialiah ago. (Do not let the damaged vessel caused by a captain, because the builders of timber destroyed, damaged customary for princes, the path is shifted one pass).

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Maestro Inyiak Upiak Palatiang

Minang Traditional Arts Carers
His name Inyiak Upiak Palatiang. Women. She was already 105 years old. That night, March 19, 2005, at the Cultural Park Theatre Closed West Sumatra, in the performing arts maestro Arts Council of West Sumatra IV in Performing Arts, he became "stars." Inyiak Upiak Palatiang expertise in the art and tradition of Minangkabau silat sonority singing voice sang creations, made him a figure of the long-awaited audience.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Maestro Arby Samah

Originator of Abstract Sculpture
ABSTRACT words appear one by one. Question marks appear slowly. Starting from the small of the back. Question Mark stopped behind the letter K, for a moment and then continued to grow forward split screen.
Abstract. That's the first word that appears in the head when this artist names mentioned. As if, when the abstract dictionary is opened, this former student of ISI Yogyakarta was the first diurutan.