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Bon-gyìlocked

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Burmese double-headed barrel drum. It is suspended horizontally across the chest of the musician who strikes both ends with his hands. Bon-gyì are usually played in pairs, for rice planting festivals, or for pagoda festivals. The term also refers to the ensemble in which these drums are played. This consists of a ...

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