Tambora


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Tam·bo·ra

 (täm-bôr′ə)
A volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa. An explosive eruption in 1815 killed tens of thousands of people and is believed to have affected the world's climate for several years, causing unusually cold weather in Europe and North America.

Tambora

(ˈtæmbəˌrɑː)
n
(Placename) a volcano in Indonesia, on N Sumbawa: violent eruption of 1815 reduced its height from about 4000 m (13 000 ft) to 2850 m (9400 ft)
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Ardiansyah (MPA BTN Tambora, Directorate General of KSDAE, West Nusa Tenggara Province);
The attractive instrument used commonly is the flute, in local variations called Nal, Tambora or Soroz, which is an inspirational tool for performing musical ceremonies with dances.
Before that was the 1815 Tambora eruption, the largest known volcanic eruption.
Musicians played instruments such as flutes, locally called Tambora and Soroz.
The commonly used instrument is flute, locally called Tambora and Soroz.
When the volcano Tambora erupted in Indonesia in 1815, as many as 100,000 people perished as a result of the blast and an ensuing famine caused by the destruction of rice fields on Sumbawa and neighboring islands.
With regard to a volcanic eruption offshore, such as with Anak Krakatau, assuming that an eruption is not of the scale of 1883 or even worse Tambora in Sumbawa in 1815, then as is being discussed an early warning system has to be put in place.
In an early draft of (https://www.carriermanagement.com/features/2018/09/25/184579.htm) the opening article in the section of our (https://www.carriermanagement.com/members/request-magazine) Sept/Oct magazine on Emerging Risks and Future Trends, Guest Editor Karen Morris referred to "the coldest June on record" at Lake Geneva in Switzerland, explaining this was part of the impact of "Volcano Tambora's eruption in Indonesia."
The Sail Moyo Tambora 2018 sailing event and festival was officially launched on September 9 in Badas Harbour, Sumbawa, West Nusa Tenggara - a testament to the resilient spirit of Lombok and Sumbawa as the sailing event goes on just months after a series of earthquakes rocked the islands.
The thunderous eruption of Mount Tambora, located in the northern part of Indonesia's Sumbawa island, ejected huge amounts of volcanic matter and killed nearly 100,000 people.
We are closing in on our 100th release on the label, so, to mark this occasion, I have prepared a special EP entitled Tambora, from myself, with my close friend German Brigante on remix duties.
Synopsis: On April 10th, 1815, Indonesia's Mount Tambora erupted.