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His musical styles are pop, ballad and country. He has released 21 studio albums and 25 compilation albums. Early life Ebiet G. He lived in Yogyakarta since elementary school. During high school, he joined Pelajar Islam Indonesia. In , he associated with artists Yogyakarta, including Emha Ainun Nadjib. He was interested in poetry and wanted to be a poet.
However, he was unable to read poems properly. He instead sang his poems after adding melodies. Musical career Albums In , he released his first studio album, Camellia I.
His voice is similar to John Denver and Said Effendi. The album was sold more than 2 million copies. In this album, Ebiet was helped by his fellow musicians, including Billy J.
Rock music is dominant in this album. Later, he recorded in Colombia Record, the United States. But Ebiet "went to seclusion" for the next 5 years. In , Ebiet launched Aku Ingin Pulang. Budiardjo, Purwacaraka, and Erwin Gutawa.
Again, he secluded for 5 years, but he once appeared in the collaboration album Kita Untuk Mereka In , he launched a new album, In Love: 25th Anniversary, to commemorate his year marriage.
All of its songs are about love. The Hindu shrines are miniature cosmic mountains based on plans in Indian religious texts, although Schoppert suggest the design motifs have little connection to India. In , in a review published by Romain, the temple is now believed to be related to Dravida and Pallava style temples of South India.
The theory that poisonous effusions make it auspicious is now disputed as volcanic activity in this area from 7th to 9th century is yet to established, records suggest the temple was abandoned after volcanic eruptions became common in central Java.
In its brief dry season, there is much less rainfall than in its lengthy monsoon periods; the average annual temperature in Dieng is About mm of precipitation falls annually. Known for its chilly climate, temperatures may drop to 2 degrees in the peak of its dry season. Though infrequent, frosts have been recorded every year in late evenings and mornings of July and August; this may last for one week in average.
Though this regionally-rare weather phenomena attracts tourists to cluster around the plateau area, it is notorious for the destruction it inflicts upon the local produce, with agricultural plants and crops such as potatoes being the most affected. Locals call this frost "bun upas".
On the local Javanese dialect, "Bun" means dew. Although "bun upas" or frost in Dieng is not poisonous, this term "upas" was created by local people due to its devastating effect on agricultural plants, in which, the plants die as if as they were poisoned when the frost takes place. List of volcanoes in Indonesia Backshall, Stephan et al. Melbourne : Lonely Planet. ISBN Country music Country music known as country and western, hillbilly music, is a genre of popular music that originated in the southern United States in the early s.
It takes its roots from genres such as folk blues. Country music consists of ballads and dance tunes with simple forms, folk lyrics, harmonies accompanied by string instruments such as banjos and acoustic guitars, steel guitars, fiddles as well as harmonicas. Blues modes have been used extensively throughout its recorded history.
According to Lindsey Starnes, the term country music gained popularity in the s in preference to the earlier term hillbilly music. In in the United States, country music was the most listened to rush hour radio genre during the evening commute, second most popular in the morning commute; the term country music is used today to describe many subgenres. The origins of country music are found in the folk music of working class Americans, who blended popular songs and Celtic fiddle tunes, traditional English ballads, cowboy songs, the musical traditions of various groups of European immigrants.
Immigrants to the southern Appalachian Mountains of eastern North America brought the music and instruments of Europe along with them for nearly years. Country music was "introduced to the world as a Southern phenomenon. Congress has formally recognized Bristol, Tennessee as the "Birthplace of Country Music ", based on the historic Bristol recording sessions of Since , the city has been home to the Birthplace of Country Music Museum.
Historians have noted the influence of the less-known Johnson City sessions of and , the Knoxville sessions of and In addition, the Mountain City Fiddlers Convention , held in , helped to inspire modern country music. Before these, pioneer settlers, in the Great Smoky Mountains region, had developed a rich musical heritage; the first generation emerged in the early s, with Atlanta's music scene playing a major role in launching country's earliest recording artists.
Many "hillbilly" musicians, such as Cliff Carlisle , recorded blues songs throughout the s. During the second generation, radio became a popular source of entertainment, "barn dance" shows featuring country music were started all over the South, as far north as Chicago , as far west as California ; the most important was the Grand Ole Opry , aired starting in by WSM in Nashville and continuing to the present day.
During the s and s, cowboy songs, or Western music, recorded since the s, were popularized by films made in Hollywood. Bob Wills was another country musician from the Lower Great Plains who had become popular as the leader of a "hot string band," and who appeared in Hollywood westerns , his mix of country and jazz , which started out as dance hall music, would become known as Western swing.
Wills was one of the first country musicians known to have added an electric guitar to his band, in Country musicians began recording boogie in , shortly after it had been played at Carnegie Hall , when Johnny Barfield recorded " Boogie Woogie ". Gospel music remained a popular component of country music. Another type of stripped-down and raw music with a variety of moods and a basic ensemble of guitar, dobro or steel guitar became popular among poor whites in Texas and Oklahoma, it became known as honky tonk, had its roots in Western swing and the ranchera music of Mexico and the border states.
By the early s a blend of Western swing, country boogie, honky tonk was played by most country bands. Rockabilly was most popular with country fans in the s, could be called the year of rockabilly in country music, with Johnny Cash emerging as one of the most popular and enduring representatives of the rockabilly genre.
Beginning in the mids, reaching its peak during the early s, the Nashville sound turned country music into a multimillion-dollar industry centered in Nashville, Tennessee.
The late s in American music produced a unique blend as a result of traditionalist backlash within separate genres.
In the aftermath of the British Invasion , many desired a return to the "old values" of rock n' roll. At the same time there was a lack of enthusiasm in the country sector for Nashville-produced music. What resulted was a crossbred genre known as country rock. Fourth generation music included outlaw country with roots in the Bakersfield sound , country pop with roots in the countrypolitan, folk music and soft rock.
Voice is an physical thing in oral poetry, it needs a listener, a performer and an audience. It is a bodily creation; the voice is the mechanism. Reciting a poem aloud the reciter comes to understand and to be the'voice' of the poem; as poetry is a vocal art, the speaker brings their own experience to it, changing it according to their own sensibilities, the matter of sound making sense. Reading poetry aloud makes clear the "pause" as an element of poetry.
After three millennia of writing, poetry retains its appeal to the ear, the silent reading eye thereof, hears what it is seeing. Sound, imagined through the eye gave body to poems in performance. Poetry readings always involve poets reading their own work or reciting it from memory but readings involve several readers, although one poet is chosen as a "headliner". American poet Donald Hall described the increase in emphasis on public readings of poetry in the United States in a New Yorker magazine blog post where he recounted it a phenomenon that grew in the last half of the twentieth century.
Hall, who speculates that the change may have been due to the star power of Dylan Thomas , wrote, "It used to be that one poet in each generation performed poems in public. In the twenties, it was Vachel Lindsay. Robert Frost took over, made his living on the road.
Revising a poem one morning, I found myself knowing that a new phrase was repellent, but realized it would pass if I intoned it out loud.