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. There are just six gangsa (but all gangsa jongkok) however, we still include some of the rare instruments such as a ponggang, a pair of kangsi and pair of gumanak. It is the only set we have that includes the extremely rare instrument called a curing, here in the barangan range; however, for the moment we only have the keys (which are made of iron), so we are trying to fundraise to get 32 bronze keys and two casings made.