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  • n. An ancient form of instrumental music of Southeast Asia, played on a row of small, horizontally-laid melodic gongs accompanied by larger suspended gongs and drums.


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  • And my feet are pounding with the ancient gong music of the kulintang...


  • But then Rebecca also suggested something that came to mind as I was chanting the poem -- that the poem for kari would be great with a kulintang collaborator.

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  • This collection of interviews and reflections by many of the leading Filipino American cultural workers demonstrates the range and vitality of Filipino American performing arts – an inspiring and dynamic range of practices encompassing everything from kulintang to head-banging heavy metal, from college PCNs to off-Broadway New York theatre, from the Bayanihan to site-specific performance art.

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  • Islamic instruments of gongs, and a drum that make up the Philippine kulintang ensemble, an example of pre-Hispanic musical tradition. photo: Creative Commons/Carcollector (talk | contribs) the nave from the basilica's entrance - Articles related to FEATURE : Historic Manila wants tourists to see past the decay

  • The native Maranao have a fascinating culture that revolves around kulintang music, a specific type of gong music, that can be found among both Muslim and non-Muslim groups of the Southern Philippines. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Manny didn't need the kulintang ensemble to help him out.

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  • Kalanduyan, 62, is a master of the kulintang musical tradition of his native Philippines, and a leader in spreading the tradition in the United States.

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  • Danongan Kalanduyan, kulintang musician (San Francisco, CA.



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