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Javanese Gamelan

Javanese Gamelan is a group in which students and community members learn to perform gamelan music from Indonesia. The gamelan is a traditional large percussion ensemble consisting of a large number of bronze gongs and metallophones (metal xylophones) of different sizes, plus drums, a zither, and flute. The group also sing, accompanying themselves on the instruments and learn a popular Indonesian dance. All teaching and learning is by ear and no experience is required to participate in the ensemble.

COURSE CREDIT

Course Credit: 

Undergraduates: MUP 489 Topic: Gamelan
Graduates: MUP 587 Topic: Gamelan
1 credit

REHEARSALS

Rehearsals: 

Mondays
3 - 4:15 p.m.
Gammage 206

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Audition Information

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An audition is not required for this ensemble.