philippine gong music

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  1. Gongs found on _____ are exclusively knobbed rather than flat, and they do not use a hocketing structure
    Mindanao
  2. As discussed in the previous section, flat gongs were developed in the musical traditions of the indigenous people of the mountains of _____
    Luzon
  3. ____ is played by a number of Muslim ethnolinguistic groups on the southern island of Mindanao. Kulintang is the name of the main melodic instrument, a row of eight knobbed gongs played by one person, and also the ensemble as a whole.
    Kulintang
  4. The other instruments include a time-keeper gong (though usually one person will use the side of a larger gong if one is not available), a pair of large hanging kettle gongs called agung, a supporting melodic instrument of four large hanging gongs called gandingan, and a goblet-shaped drum played with bamboo sticks called dabakan
    Kulintang
  5. The time-keeper gong enters with a repeated pattern that indicates the type of piece to be played
    musical structure of kulintang
  6. row of small, horizontally-laid nipple gongs that functKulintang 08.jpgion melodically
    kulintang
  7. set of two wide-rimmed, vertically suspended gongs. awkward dancing tall kid used them
    agung
  8. set of four large, hanging gongs. talking gongs
    Gandingan 01.jpg
    gandingan
  9. babandil (time-keeper)
  10. Dabakan 2.jpg
    dabakan
  11. -Hocket style (one person, one gong) to make one composite melody
    -Each player plays a pattern, accentuating one note and dampening the rest. They may vary their individual patterns throughout the piece.
    -Played with hands or beater
    gangsa
  12. 14 strings
    ●2 courses on upper 3 strings, 2 on lower
    ●Playing style: tremolo
    ●Pear shaped
    bandurria
  13. ●Larger than bandurria
    ●Plays supporting melody
    laud
  14. Smaller than a guitar
    ●14 strings
    ●Has double courses of strings
    ●Played tremolo style
    octavina
  15. Bamboo pole dance called _____ Found in several areas of Southeast Asia
    tinikling
  16. Before 20th century, _____ instrument was exclusively played by women
    kulintang

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