BONANG

BONANG

On the island of Java, Indonesia is known as a musical instrument called Gamelan. - Javanese gamelan is a musical ensemble that usually features metallophones, xylophone, drums and gongs. - While music created in Javanese Gamelan comes from a blend of sounds of gongs, kenong and other Javanese musical instruments. - In a series of gamelan instruments, there is such a thing as Bonang. In the photo, a child is playing Bonang. - Bonang is one of the musical instruments used in Javanese gamelan. Played by beating or beating on the protruding upper part or called Pencu (Pencon) by using two special hitters made of padded sticks called Bindhi. - The rhythm of the music produced by gamelan instruments is generally gentle which reflects the harmony of life, as is the principle of life that is generally held by Javanese people.

 

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