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English: The four Philippine vertically hanged gongs known as the gandingan used as a secondary melodic instrument in the kulintang ensemble, with a student demonstrating proper technique on the instrument.
Deutsch: Ein gandingan ist vier runde gongs auf den Philippinen.
Date 11-02-2006
Source self-made/ from http://philipdominguezmercurio.blogspot.com/2004/04/gandingan-15.html
Author Philip Dominguez Mercurio (PhilipDM)

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