Pejogedan

Our most light-hearted ensemble that, while not a focus of any of our reconstruction of restoration projects, serves to support our centre as one of the most popular hire-out ensembles.

Instrumentation:

4 x rindik, 1 kendang gupekan, 1 x suling joged, 1 tawa-tawa, 1 x ceng-ceng ricik, 1 x kempur

We would like to purchase a gong pulu for this ensemble: make this become a reality by donating! Contact us to find out how you can help.

Other Collections

SEMARA KIRANG
In 2019, we restored and reconstructed a very unusal Angklung set from Lombok we have called ‘Semara Kirang’ because of its tuning, where it has four sweet tones with the lowest one missing.
Purchased in 2012, our first Selonding set is modelled on the Bugbug formation but with additional instruments found in the set from Merajan Selonding in the Besakih Temple complex that dates back to around the 10th century.
The Seven-tone Semara Pagulingan set in New Zealand also partly old but has a higher tuning than our one in Bali. The ensemble is both smaller in instrumentation as well as dimensions of the keys, pots and casings.
Our Six-tone Semara Pagulingan is not yet complete, as we still need to fundraise more to make the ornate wooden casings, the design of which we would like to base on the only other Six-tone Semara Pagulingan orchestra in the world.
In mediaeval Bali (circa 1600-1906) Semara Pagulingan (also known as Semar Pegulingan) was an important part of the Balinese courts.
Five-tone Semar Pegulingan
Our five-tone Semara Pagulingan set is our antique Semara Patangian set with a terompong, ponggang-kempyung, kangsi and grantang added, and the gender rambat removed.
Scroll to Top