RHOMARetired Heads of Mission Association (government officials; Canada)
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Our model developed in this paper contains some variables and some equations for calculation similar to those presented by Rhoma et al.
The studies of dissonant voices by Ariel Heryanto, Suzanne Brenner, and Bart Barendregt, as well as Muhamad Ali and Rhoma Irama, therefore, provide distinct and welcome counter notes.
It also launched the Canadian careers of many key Afro-Caribbean artists, most notably d'bi.young anitafrika--then debbie young--and Rhoma Spencer.
This chapter also presents a biography of Rhoma Irama, the "King of Dangdut," and a discussion of his major recordings (pp.
"We heard over the radio that they needed food for some of the volunteer firefighters, " says Rhoma (nee Swift).
For instance, in Chapter 2, he describes the Dangdut as practised by Rhoma Irama, and explores the historical emergence of the genre, as well as the Islamic and nationalist ideals reflected in his song lyrics, practices, and performances.
It features Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Javanese pop star Rhoma Irama, and Algerian Djur Djura.
(As an example of such an approach, see Rhoma Dwi Aria Yuliantri 'Lekra and Ensembles' in Lindsay and Liem (2012), and other articles in the same volume, which would have been a very useful resource for the section on Sukarno-era culture in this book.)
Frederick, "Rhoma Irama and the Dangdut Style: Aspects of Contemporary Indonesian Popular Culture", Indonesia 34 (Oct.
Rhoma Dewi Yuliantri shows how LEKRA artists made their contributions to the search of national identity by exploring the existing local inventories.
The volume benefits from the contribution by Rhoma Irama--a dangdut legend in Indonesia.