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Balinese Bongos

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  1. Used in Latin American music with a pattern of eighth-notes called the "hammer," they work when fingers and hands, but never knuckles, strike the edge of the drum heads. In formal settings, players sometimes use drumsticks and place the drums on a stand. Vintage and used bongos can be easily found on eBay. Bongos can be made a few different ways.
  2. The Balinese versions are the Trompong, consisting of 12 gongs with conical bosses, played by one person and the Reong, a horizontal row of small gongs with conical bosses played by one or more players. The gongs in both countries are played with cord wound wooden sticks.
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  9. The musicians also often play music to accompany the cremation ceremony. Thus, many Balinese listeners associate angklung music and its slendro scale with strong emotions evoking a combination of sacred sweetness and sadness. The structure of the music is similar to gong kebyar, although employing a four-tone scale.

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