Patrol Music as an Interaction Bond in Pandalunganese People: A Functional-Structural and Consensus Study
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Patrol music comes from the Pandalungan area, East Java, which combines two dominant cultures, namely Javanese culture and Maduranese culture. Patrol activity itself is based on a sense of mutual cooperation among the community which is manifested in one of them by maintaining security in the neighborhood where the community lives. To get rid of drowsiness, drive away loneliness, and dispel the emergence of criminals who will disturb the comfort of the community, then during the process of patrolling around the village, various tools are found that can produce sounds. This article’s a literature study that discusses Patrol Music in relation to its interaction with the Pandalunganese people. How patrol music lives and develops together with their lives. Theories used to discuss this topic include Functional theory, Functional-Structural theory by Maurice Hocart, and Consensus theory. Based on the viewpoints of relevant theories, one line can be drawn is the Patrol music becomes one of the main things of Pandalungan people's lives, especially in their religious life. Patrol music can be a means to connect vertical-life, between humans and Allah, also a means to connect good relationship within citizens so macrocosm, microcosm, and meta-cosmos life can run harmoniously and in balance.
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TY - CONF AU - Raden Roro Maha Kalyana Mitta Anggoro AU - Harpang Yudha Karyawanto PY - 2019/12 DA - 2019/12 TI - Patrol Music as an Interaction Bond in Pandalunganese People: A Functional-Structural and Consensus Study BT - Proceedings of the Social Sciences, Humanities and Education Conference (SoSHEC 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 137 EP - 141 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/soshec-19.2019.45 DO - 10.2991/soshec-19.2019.45 ID - RoroMahaKalyanaMittaAnggoro2019/12 ER -