[SD 6 English]
We named this class with a traditional instrument "Rebab" because it has been closely associated with Islamic culture and is thought to be the earliest ancestor of the contemporary violin. Rebab it self is used in the Javanese gamelan and made from wood, or sometimes from a hollowed, half coconut shell covered with hide. This body is attached to a long, narrow wooden neck which has no frets; instead, the fingers of your left hand become moveable bridges. This instruments ornament the melodic line, creating a dialogue with the singers.
Below are the names of the students: 1st row (left to right): Rifda, Milla, Riya, Desi, Desmeni, Luddia, Aris, Abdul Rasyid, Vivi, Risma.
2nd row (left to right): Andriani, Jento, Ryan, Dedy, Fauzi, Imam, Asmantri, Septian, Roni, Zaenuddin.
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