About the product:
A Gendèr (pronounced Gen-DARE) is a type of metallophone used in Balinese and Javanese gamelan music. It consists of 10 to 14 tuned metal bars suspended over a tuned resonator of bamboo or metal, which are tapped with a mallet made of wooden disks (Bali) or a padded wooden disk (Java). Each key is a note of a different pitch, often extending a little more than two octaves. There are five notes per octave.
The gendèr is similar to the Balinese gangsa, which also has an incredible individual resonator under each key, and the saron, which, although trough-resonated, does have a set of tuned metal bars or keys. It is also similar to the Javanese slenthem, which is pitched lower and has fewer notes.
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This Gendèr has 10 metal bars suspended over a tuned tubular resonator. The frame is made up of solid stained wood. It comes with one (1) wooden mallet.
Weight: 2.088 kg.
Made in Indonesia
|Dimensions||440 × 170 × 310 cm|