Monday, March 05, 2007

report: Opening Ceremony of MASUM '07

Date: 3rd March 2007, Saturday
Venue: Main Hall CAC, IIUM
Time: +8.00 p.m
Playlists: Lenggang Kangkung and Wau Bulan
3rd March 2007- IAC team accompanying Gamelan group performed medley of Lenggang Kangkung and Wau Bulan for Opening Ceremony of MASUM, Majlis Sukan Antara Universiti Malaysia. IIUM is the host of the big event.
Conducted by Cikgu Ku Zahir, the night started by the sounds of percussion, and then Cak Doh Gong by Gamelan team. After that, Caklempong took place before Zapin team performed. Only after Zapin Angklung Team headed to the stage.
Probably that was the first time the team had 8 pages of music notes in front of them, so they had to make sure that it is well-prepared from page one until page 8. Plus, accompanying Gamelan for both songs was enjoyable, yet to catch up the speed was one challenge, but after plenty of trainings nights before that day, the team were able to play the songs well.
This is the last show for this semester. Since final examination is around the corner I would like to use this opportunity to wish you all the best and good luck to Kak Zakiah and Kak Zarith who will be leaving IIUM and Angklung Club this semester. Thank you for your commitment for this club and do not forget IAC team, ya!!


report: 5-day performances for IIUM Quality Day

Date: 26th Feb.-2nd March 2007
Venue: Banquet CAC, IIUM
Time: +3.30 p.m
Playlists: Ada Apa Denganmu, Joget Pahang, Enjit-Enjit Semut, Ketipang Payung, Rasa Sayang, medleys
From 26th February until 2nd March 2007 IIUM Angklung Club along with Gamelan ,Caklempong, Percussion, Nasyid and Zapin groups were performing for IIUM Quality Day, starting from 3.30 p.m until 5 p.m.
Playing various of songs like Enjit-Enjit Semut, Joget Pahang, Rasa Sayang, medleys of kids' songs, Ketipang Payung and Ada Apa Denganmu, the team entertained the visitors while they were around at the CAC Banquet where there were booths about IIUM excellent achievements, even though most of them were just from IIUM itself.
Nonetheless, as if the teams performing are as united as one, they cheered to each others' performances. They clapped hands, as if they are the audiences and thus gave one good sign that every team here support one another.
And for IAC, there is nothing much to say; some performances were good but still have plenty to improve. But credits go to every members who gave their commitment to come and play even though they were already busy with classes and assignments.
And one last stop before the semester ends; Opening Ceremony of MASUM '07.


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