Sajojo (SATB)

$5.00

Sajojo is regional song originating from Papua. The lyrics were written using the language of the tribe in Sorong. Usually, the song is often used as an accompaniment to the Sajojo dance. The song tells of a village flower girl who is in demand by many men because of her beauty. A man seeks permission from the girl's father to ask her out.

This arrangement calls for a tifa, which is a single-headed goblet drum used throughout the Maluku Islands of Eastern Indonesia, where it is traditionally the "dominant instrument" in music from the Maluku province. A djembe may be used as a substitute.

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RAK1301
Availability
Digital Only
Genre
Folk/Traditional
Voicing
SATB
Accompaniment
Percussion
Composers (By Country)
Indonesia
Language (Group)
Indonesian
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