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Not Angka Pianika Lagu Daerah Sirih Kuning.iso



How to Play Sirih Kuning, a Traditional Indonesian Song, on Pianika




Sirih Kuning is a folk song from Betawi culture, the native ethnic group of Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia. The song is about a young man who praises the beauty of a girl named Sirih Kuning, which means "yellow betel leaf". The song has a cheerful and lively melody that reflects the spirit of Betawi people.




Not Angka Pianika Lagu Daerah Sirih Kuning.iso



Pianika is a keyboard harmonica that is popular among Indonesian children and students. It is easy to play and can produce various tones by blowing air into the mouthpiece and pressing the keys. Pianika is often used to learn and perform traditional songs, such as Sirih Kuning.


In this article, we will show you how to play Sirih Kuning on pianika using not angka, a numerical notation system that is widely used in Indonesia. Not angka assigns numbers from 1 to 7 to the notes of a major scale, with 1 being do, 2 being re, 3 being mi, and so on. For example, the not angka of C major scale is 1 2 3 4 5 6 7.


Here are the steps to play Sirih Kuning on pianika:


  • Prepare your pianika and make sure it is tuned properly. You can use a tuner app or a piano to check the pitch of each key.



  • Find the key of C on your pianika. It is usually marked with a red dot or a letter C. This will be your starting point.



  • Follow the not angka of Sirih Kuning below. Each number represents the key that you need to press while blowing air into the mouthpiece. You can also listen to the audio of the song to get familiar with the melody and rhythm.



Not Angka Sirih Kuning


5 5 6 5 3 2 1


Sirih kuning kuning siapa punya


6 6 7 6 5 3 2


Sirih kuning kuning milik si rama


2 3 5 6 5 3 2


Sirih kuning kuning milik si rama


5 5 6 5 3 2 1


Sirih kuning kuning siapa yang petik


6 6 7 6 5 3 2


Sirih kuning kuning petik si juminten


2 3 5 6 5 (1) (7) (6)


Sirih kuning kuning petik si juminten


(6) (7) (1') (7) (6) (5) (3)


Juminten cantik rupawan


(3) (4) (6) (7) (6) (5) (3)


Juminten manis parasnya


(3) (4) (6) (7) (1') (7) (6)


Juminten pandai bersolek


(5) (4) (3) (2) (1)


Juminten idaman hati


Note: The numbers in parentheses are higher or lower than the previous ones. For example, (1') means one octave higher than 1, and (7) means one octave lower than 7.


Congratulations! You have learned how to play Sirih Kuning on pianika using not angka. You can practice more until you can play it smoothly and confidently. You can also try to play other traditional songs on pianika using not angka. Have fun!


References:


  • pianika sirih kuning - tutorial slow - YouTube



  • not pianika sirih kuning - lagu daerah jakarta - belajar pianika not angka sirih kuning - YouTube



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Some tips to improve your pianika playing skills are:


  • Practice regularly and consistently. You can set a schedule and a goal for each session. For example, you can practice for 15 minutes every day and aim to master one song per week.



  • Use a metronome or a drum beat to keep the tempo and rhythm. You can adjust the speed according to your level and the difficulty of the song. You can also clap or tap your foot along with the beat to help you stay in sync.



  • Pay attention to the dynamics and expression of the song. You can vary the volume, tone, and articulation of each note to create different effects and emotions. For example, you can play louder and brighter for a happy and energetic song, or softer and darker for a sad and calm song.



Some benefits of playing pianika are:


  • It enhances your musical skills and knowledge. You can learn about notes, scales, chords, intervals, harmony, melody, and more. You can also develop your ear, sight-reading, and improvisation abilities.



  • It boosts your cognitive and mental health. Playing music stimulates your brain and improves your memory, concentration, creativity, and problem-solving skills. It also reduces stress, anxiety, depression, and boredom.



  • It enriches your cultural and social awareness. Playing traditional songs exposes you to different cultures, languages, histories, and values. You can also share your music with others and make new friends.



I hope you enjoyed this article and learned something new. Thank you for reading! c481cea774


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