Dung

dung

du*
  • music: fourth note of the Balinese pentatonic musical scale, symbolized by suku, which looks like the loop of a script y or j
  • the interval between dung and the next lower note down the scale is two whole tones
  • in the pelog scale, the interval between dung and the next higher note up the scale is one-half tone
Andap
dung
Kasar
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Alus sor
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Alus mider
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Alus madya
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Alus singgih
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Mider
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Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

"Dang, Ding, Dung", punika kocap suaran laras pelog sane kaplajahin olih sisyane.
No translation exists for this example.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Pateh sakadi saih pelog 5 nada gamelan bali sane tiosan, sakadi gamelan Gong Gede, miwah Gong Palegongan antuk jajaran suarane minakadi : Ding, Dong, Deng, Dung, Dang.

In English:   Gong Kebyar with the most complete instrument is called the Gong Kebyar Barungan Jangkep (Barungan Ageng) which consists of 21 types of tools, each of which has its own name and specific function for its barungan, namely:

In Indonesian:   Sistem laras ngumbang – ngisep ; nada yang sama namun dengan frekuensi yang berbeda.

In Balinese:   Dung masa Bali Aga puniki, rajeg ring Pulau Bali kadatuan sane mapesengan Singamandawa sane kagambel olih lalintihan para ratu saking Dinasti Warmadewa.

In English:   During this Bali Aga period, Bali Island was a part of a kingdom known as Singamandawa which was led by kings of the Warmadewa dynasty.

In Indonesian:   Pada masa Bali Aga ini, Pulau Bali adalah bagian dari satu kerajaan yang dikenal dengan nama Singamandawa yang dipimpin oleh raja-raja dari dinasti Warmadewa.