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small metallophone

saron barung (slendro)

Stearns #1658

Southeast Asia

Java

This Saron Barung has nine keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

small metallophone

saron panerus (slendro)

Stearns #1659

Southeast Asia

Java

This Saron Panerus has six keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

small metallophone

saron barung (pelog)

Stearns #1661

Southeast Asia

Java

This Saron Barung has seven keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

small metallophone

saron barung (pelog)

Stearns #1662

This Saron Barung has seven keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

small metallophone

saron barung (slendro)

Stearns #1663

Southeast Asia

Java

This Saron Barung has seven keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

small metallophone

saron barung (slendro)

Stearns #1664

This Saron Barung has nine keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

saron demung (pelog)

Stearns #1665

This Saron Demung has seven keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

medium metallophone

saron demung (slendro)

Stearns #1666

Southeast Asia

Java

This Saron Demung has seven keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

medium metallophone

saron demung (slendro)

Stearns #1667

Southeast Asia

Java

This Saron Demung has seven keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

medium metallophone

saron demung (pelog)

Stearns #1668

Southeast Asia

Java

This Saron Demung has seven keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

small metallophone

saron barung (slendro)

Stearns #1669

Southeast Asia

Java

This Saron Demung has seven keys and a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

xylophone

gambang kayu (pelog)

Stearns #1670

This Gambang Kayu has twenty keys and decorated wooden frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

xylophone

gambang kayu (pelog)

Stearns #1671

This Gambang Kayu has twenty keys and decorated wooden frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

14 gongs

bonang panerus (pelog)

Stearns #1681

Southeast Asia

Java

This Bonang Panerus has fourteen gongs in a low, decorated wood floor frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

bonang barung (pelog)

kolenang, kromong, renteng

Stearns #1682

Southeast Asia

Java

This Bonang Panerus has fourteen gongs in a low, decorated wood floor frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

bonang barung (slendro)

kolenang, kromong, renteng

Stearns #1683

Southeast Asia

Java

This Bonang Barung has twelve gongs in a low, decorated wood floor frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

bonang panerus (slendro)

kolenang, kromong, renteng

Stearns #1684

Southeast Asia

Java

This Bonang Panerus has twelve gongs in a low, decorated wood floor frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

bonang panembung (pelog)

kolenang, kromong, renteng

Stearns #1685

Southeast Asia

Java

This Bonang Panembung has twelve gongs in a low, decorated wood floor frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

bonang panembung (slendro)

kolenang, kromong, renteng

Stearns #1686

Southeast Asia

Java

This Bonang Panembung has fourteen gongs in a low, decorated wood floor frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

slentem (slendro)

gender panembung, metallophone

Stearns #1687

Southeast Asia

Java

This Slentem has seven brass keys on a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

slentem (pelog)

gender panembung, metallophone

Stearns #1688

Southeast Asia

Java

This Slentem has seven brass keys on a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

gender barung (pelog)

metallophone

Stearns #1689

Southeast Asia

Java

This Gender Barung has fourteen brass keys on a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

gender barung (slendro)

metallophone

Stearns #1690

Southeast Asia

Java

This Gender Barung has fourteen brass keys on a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

gender barung (pelog)

Stearns #1691

Southeast Asia

Java

This Gender Barung has fourteen brass keys on a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

gender panerus (slendro)

Stearns #1692

Southeast Asia

Java

This Gender Panerus has fourteen brass keys on a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

gender panerus (slendro)

Stearns #1693

Southeast Asia

Java

This Gender Panerus has fourteen brass keys on a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

gender panerus (pelog)

Stearns #1694

Southeast Asia

Java

This Gender Panerus has fourteen brass keys on a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

kenong

Stearns #1695

Southeast Asia

Java

This Kenong is a set of ten gongs. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

angklung

Stearns #1696

Southeast Asia

Java

This Angklung, made of four bamboo tubes in a frame, is an original angklung from the Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

ketuk

gong

Stearns #1700

Southeast Asia

Java

This Ketuk is made of two gongs that rest on a decorated wood frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

kempyang

gong

Stearns #1701

Southeast Asia

Java

This Kempyang is made of two gongs that rest on a decorated wood frame; it is tuned with the pelog system. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

siter

Stearns #1702

Southeast Asia

Java

This Siter is a double zither--two sound boards and two sets of strings. These two complete instruments share the same sound box. Each has twelve double courses. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

kempul

Stearns #1707

Southeast Asia

Java

This Kempul is comprised of fgongs that are suspended from a frame. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

sjem

Stearns #1708

Southeast Asia

Java

This Sjem is comprised of two large gongs that hang on the rack with Stearns #1707. It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff

sjem

Stearns #1709

Southeast Asia

Java

This Sjem is a large bronze gong with a raised boss that hangs from a wood frame. The outer side is polished bronze; the inner side is painted black. It is struck with a padded mallet. Used in the Javanese Galeman, it is the second lowest pitched instrument and is used in place of the gong ageng (great gong) to mark the beginning/end of a short cycle (the great gong marks beginning/end of larger cycles). It is part of the Javanese Gamelan that is named, "The Venerable Lake of Honey."

Research: Stearns Staff





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