Gongs

Some articles on gongs, gong:

Khong Wong Yai
... yai (Thai ฆ้องวงใหญ่, ) is a circle with gongs used in the music of Thailand ... It has 16 tuned bossed gongs in a rattan frame and is played with two beaters.The player sits in the middle of the circle ... The gongs are individually tuned with beeswax under the gongs ...
Gong Ageng
... The gong ageng (Kromo Javanese meaning large gong, ngoko is gong gedhe) is a musical instrument ... It is the largest of the bronze gongs in the Javanese and Balinese gamelan orchestra and the only large gong that is called gong in Javanese ... Unlike the more famous Chinese or Turkish tam-tams, Indonesian gongs have fixed, focused pitch, and are dissimilar to the familiar crash cymbal sound ...
Gungsa
... Gungsa or gangsa are flat sided lipped gongs classified as of the suspended type, though they are often played horizontally on the thighs ... Fukkien traders brought the flat sided lipped gongs from China to sell to the Cordillera people who paid in gold ... Unlike the Southern Philippines, playing gongs in the Cordilleras is a male duty ...
Malay Gamelan
... Keromong, also known as Bonang (a set of 10 small kettle gongs) 4 ... Kenong (a set of 3 or 5 large kettle gongs) 5 ... A pairs of hanging Gongs ...