Percussion Performance

Thousands students playing angklung during the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

By : Jakarta Globe | on 7:34 PM April 26, 2015
Category : Eyewitness, Multimedia, Photos
Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. The record-setting feat was supposed to be part of the city’s commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference, also known as the Asian African Conference.

Stacks of angklung to be distributed at the event in Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. The record-setting feat was supposed to be part of the city’s commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference, also known as the Asian African Conference. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) Stacks of angklung to be distributed at the event in Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. The record-setting feat was supposed to be part of the city’s commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference, also known as the Asian African Conference. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

Students file into the stadium with their angklungs and lunch boxes . Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. The record-setting feat was supposed to be part of the city’s commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference, also known as the Asian African Conference. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) Students file into the stadium with their angklungs and lunch boxes . Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo.
The record-setting feat was supposed to be part of the city’s commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference, also known as the Asian African Conference. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

Two students take selfie before the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) Two students take selfie before the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

Students take a rest before the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) Students take a rest before the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

Students file into the stadium with their angklungs and lunch boxes . Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. The record-setting feat was supposed to be part of the city’s commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference, also known as the Asian African Conference. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) Students file into the stadium with their angklungs and lunch boxes . Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo.
The record-setting feat was supposed to be part of the city’s commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference, also known as the Asian African Conference. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

A student gets an oxygen from medical staff after collapsed during  the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) A student gets an oxygen from medical staff after collapsed during the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

A student collapsed during  the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) A student collapsed during the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

A student gets an oxygen from medical staff after collapsed during  the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) A student gets an oxygen from medical staff after collapsed during the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

Thousands students playing angklung during  the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) Thousands students playing angklung during the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

Thousands students playing angklung during  the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) Thousands students playing angklung during the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

Thousands students playing angklung during  the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) Thousands students playing angklung during the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

Thousands students playing angklung during  the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) Thousands students playing angklung during the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

A students got decked out in traditional Sundanese dress during  the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) A students got decked out in traditional Sundanese dress during the break record event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)

A poster of the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily) A poster of the break record playing angklung event at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung. Bandung city officials organized an event at Siliwangi Stadium on Thursday in which some 20,000 people, mostly school students, played the angklung, a traditional West Java percussion instrument made of bamboo. (JG Photo/Rezza Estily)


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