angklung


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angklung

(ˈæŋkləŋ)
n
(Instruments) an Asian musical instrument made from bamboo
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Contract awarded for Supply of angklung instructor for angklung ensemble cca programme in yuhua primary school
The celebration performed a colourful cultural show and food festival with combination of the most delicious select dishes from tropical Indonesia, traditional dances and soothing music of bamboo Angklung music.
He added, "The angklung (a musical instrument from Indonesia made of a varying number of bamboo tubes) orchestra and the dances you will witness tonight, will be performed 100% by Indonesians living in Qatar.
The Philippines community put on a stunning series of traditional dances that kept the crowd mesmerised while members of the Indonesian embassy and society captivated them with the sounds of their folkloric musical bamboo tubed instrument called the angklung.
Artifacts, Indonesian currency notes, Burung Garuda, the National Emblem, attractive handmade dolls, Angklung, a traditional music instrument made from bamboo, were a major attraction at the event.
Some of the activities of the Dharma Wanita group reinforce their roles in the domestic sphere, while at the same time the women become symbolic guardians of their cultural tradition, for example, by taking part in the more sedate activity of performing in a traditional orchestra by rattling the bamboo angklung or playing the gamelan, as is the case in Perth.
The students were also entertained by Sophia School's Angklung ensemble, Terpsichoreans dance troupe and the Spins and Swirls Poi Club, and were ltreated to healthy meals from Cafe Nenzo and drinks from Sophia School parents.
In contrast, Clipman plays a wealth of exotic percussion instruments, including water drum, udu, and Balinese angklung, calling forth a sense of order through rhythm and time.
Each of three or more performers in an angklung ensemble plays just one note or more, but altogether complete melodies are produced.
Both countries have also vied for ownership over the bamboo percussion pipe called the angklung (Marks 2009).
A sampling of topics: music majors' levels of familiarity with 15 musical styles, how studying multicultural music can oppose prejudice, approaching multicultural music education through the Canarian transmission model, bamboo Angklung for the classroom, Korean mask dance drama, world instruments for the general music classroom, and research, resources, and materials for teaching the music of black cultural traditions.
Several Indonesian dances were performed including Pendhet dance (from Bali), Saman dance (from Aceh), Plate dance (from West Sumatra), Sekar Jagad dance (from Bali), Angklung and kulintang instruments, gamelan and puppet shadow show.