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  • Description: The five instruments of gongs and a drum that make up the Philippine kulintang ensemble. It is anchored by the horizontally laid, knobbed gongs known as the kulintang used as a main melodic instrument in the kulintang ensemble. Here, it is being played by the Palabuniyan Kulintang Ensemble at Serramonte Shopping Centre, Daly City.
  • Author: Philip Dominguez Mercurio (PhilipDM)
  • Source: self-made/ from
  • Date: 02-26-2007
  • Licence: Creative Commons Attribution License (cc-by)


  • Beschreibung: Ein kulintang ist acht runde gongs auf den Philippinen.
  • Autor: Philip Dominguez Mercurio (PhilipDM)
  • Datum: 02.26.2007
  • Quelle: Ich habe es gemacht/ Von
  • Lizenz: Creative Commons Attribution License (cc-by)

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