Kulintang (musical instrument of the Philippines)

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They only prohibit kulintang music during funerals and during the time of planting and harvest season. The gongs could weigh roughly from two pounds to three pounds and have dimensions from six to ten inches for their diameters and three to five inches for their height, and were decorated with carvings...
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The size of each of the gongs ranges from biggest to smallest with the biggest having the lowest pitch and the smallest having the highest pitch. The gongs are suspended horizontally on two thick parallel strings tied at both ends to a box-like wooden frame called an antangan. The height of the wooden frame is just a couple of inches higher than the seat of a regular dining chair...
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