VOWEL AND CONSONANT IN INDONESIAN CHILD SONG RHYTHM PATTERN

  • Fortunata Tyasrinestu Indonesia Institute of Art Yogyakarta

Abstract

Sound pressure in daily oral communication is heard when a syllable is realized in a more dominant manner than other syllables included in a unit of pressure. Vocal and consonant are the part of a syllable. In a child song, there is a rhythm that contains vocals and consonants. The vowel-consonant patterns that are often found in Indonesian child songs are V, VC, CV, and CVC. These patterns are associated with rhythm patterns in Indonesian child songs. The pattern with one, half, quarter, and eighth beats following the note value.

Published
2019-09-16