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Gamelan selunding

Music of Indonesia
Kempul gongs from Java
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Specific forms
Regional music
Gamelan selunding

(also spelled selonding) is a sacred ensemble of gamelan music from Bali. The selunding ensemble is from Tenganan, a village in east Bali; the ensemble is rare. Selunding means "great" or "large." Selonding is also a musical instrument made of iron.[1]

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  1. ^ Broughton, Simon, et al., eds. World Music: The Rough Guide. London: The Rough Guides, 1994. ISBN 1-85828-017-6. Page 424.


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