Gamelan Craft

A craftsman forges a metal plate during the production of a traditional music instrument in Banyuripan in Klaten, Central Java, on Friday (24/08). Various percussive instruments used in gamelan ensembles, such as kenong, bonang and gongs, are made from metal and sold for between Rp 100,000 and Rp 1 million ($6.80-$68) each, depending on the type, for both the domestic market and export to Malaysia. (Antara Photo/Aloysius Jarot Nugroho)

By : JG | on 4:06 PM August 25, 2018
Category : Snapshots, Multimedia, Photos

A craftsman forges a metal plate during the production of a traditional music instrument in Banyuripan in Klaten, Central Java, on Friday (24/08). Various percussive instruments used in gamelan ensembles, such as kenong, bonang and gongs, are made from metal and sold for between Rp 100,000 and Rp 1 million ($6.80-$68) each, depending on the type, for both the domestic market and export to Malaysia. (Antara Photo/Aloysius Jarot Nugroho)

 
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