Gemu Fa Mi Re (SATB)

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Gemu Fa Mi Re was composed in 2011 by Nyong Franco from East Nusa Tenggara, in a forest area on the outskirts of Maumere. He said the idea for the Gemu Fa Mi Re came about when he was directing the making of an album of songs. Gemu means to put into the mouth and Fa Mi Re refers to a form of musical notation. The title roughly means to sing and learn music. When writing the verse, the arranger envisioned that people will know to move left and right together upon hearing the lyrics.

This song is played in the cities of Indonesia to build a national culture of exercise. Indonesian embassies around the world also use this song for the same function. However, according to the creator, this song was originally used to welcome party guests. Being so cheerful, this song is often sung during morning exercises, weddings, and corporate events. The habit of Eastern Indonesians to throw crazy parties ultimately inspired Franco to create this silly, noisy and fun song.

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RAK1109
Availability
Digital Only
Genre
Secular
Voicing
SATB
Accompaniment
Unaccompanied
Composers (By Country)
Indonesia
Language (Group)
Indonesian
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