Definition of Angklung

1. an Asian musical instrument [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Angklung

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angiotensinase
angiotensinogen
angiotensinogenase
angiotensinogenases
angiotensinogens
angiotensins
angiotomies
angiotomy
angiotonia
angiotonic
angiotonin
angiotrophic
angiya
angiyas
angklung (current term)
angklungs
angle
angle-closure glaucoma
angle-park
angle bisector
angle bisectors
angle bracket
angle brackets
angle closure glaucoma
angle for
angle grinder
angle grinders
angle iron

Literary usage of Angklung

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1. Handleiding voor de vergelijkende volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indië door Dr by George Alexander Wilken, Cornelis Marinus Pleyte (1893)
"De angklung is geheel van bamboe gemaakt en behoort tot de ... Waar op Java de gamelan optreedt, bezigt men in de Soenda- landen de angklung. ..."

2. Indonesia: Sumatra, Java, Bali, Lombok, Sulawesi by David E. Henley (2000)
"The Sundanese have their own gamelan, but they are better known for the more rustic tones of the ke- capi (a type of lute), angklung (a device of bamboo ..."

3. History of the Indian Archipelago: Containing an Account of the Manners by John Crawfurd (1820)
"A troop o£ forty or fifty mountaineers will be seen dancing in wild and grotesque attitudes, each individual playing upon an angklung, himself and his ..."

4. Mitteilungen der anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien by Anthropologische Gesellschaft in Wien (1889)
"... zugespitzt und umschlossen von einem Ringe aus Bambus oder Rohr. Die Pfeife hat vier bis sechs Löcher und wird wie eine Clarinette geblasen. 4. angklung ..."

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