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Commentary

The maker, Daeng Soetinga, is generally credited with the modern revival of interest in the angklung. He ran a cultural centre focussed on the instrument. Daeng was active in schools music education, for which the angklung ensemble is well suited, playing largely Western tunes (such as 'Colonel Bogey'). This instrument was a gift to Jonathan Hugh-Jones from Daeng, who was the brother of his employer.

Details

angklung
2013.193
Musical Instruments

1 item (description level: whole)

112.122 Sliding rattles
Broad category
Musical Instruments, Idiophone
Additional names, titles, or classifications
catalogue name:  angklung
catalogue title:  112.122 Sliding rattles

Additional maker information
maker:  Soetinga, Daeng
Place
Bandung, Java, Java (region), Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
Additional place information
made:  Bandung 
Date made
1978
Additional date information
date made:  1978 

Materials & techniques
bamboo
Additional material & technique information
material: bamboo (overall)
Measurements
overall: 383 mm x 208 mm
Additional measurement information
overall: 383 mm x 208 mm

Provenance
previous owner:  Soetinga, Daeng  Undefined - 1978
donor:  Hugh-Jones, Jonathan  1978 - 2012-04-13


Related subjects
object name: angklungs
classified as: 311.2 Stick zithers

Record created 2013-04-05 by AGOODMAN
Record last updated 2017-01-18 by XGVIEWS

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