Gamelan

The gamelan predates the Hindu-Buddhist culture that dominated Indonesia in its earliest records and instead represents a native art form. The instruments developed into their current form during the Majapahit Empire. In contrast to the heavy Indian influence in other art forms, the only obvious Indian influence in gamelan music is in the Javanese...
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gamelan

noun a traditional Indonesian ensemble typically including many tuned percussion instruments including bamboo xylophones and wooden or bronze chimes and gongs
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Gamelan

A gamelan is a type of percussion orchestra common in the East Indies.
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Gamelan

Musical ensemble of Java or Bali, made up of gongs, chimes, metallophones and drums, among other ins
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Gamelan

Musical ensemble of Java or Bali, usually made up of gongs, chimes, metallophones and drums.
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gamelan

Percussion ensemble of 15 to 20 players using mainly tuned knobbed gongs and keyed metallophones found in Indonesia (especially Java and Bali) and Malaysia. Most modern gamelan are tuned to a five-note or seven-note system. Gamelan music is performed as an accompaniment for dance and theatre
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gamelan

the indigenous orchestra type of Java and Bali, consisting largely of several varieties of gongs and various sets of tuned metal instruments that are ... [12 related articles]
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