Playing Karinding


Harry Makertia - Canon EOS 7D, 50mm, f/1.4, 1/320sec

Harry Makertia – Canon EOS 7D, 50mm, f/1.4, 1/320sec, ISO-100

Karinding is a traditional Sundanese (West Java – Indonesia) music instrument made of bamboo. It is placed between two lips, then one end beaten with a finger, so that the vibrations occur in the middle. And then the rhythm of the music Karinding determined by the movement of the tongue and lips, which became the media echo reflector Karinding vibration. It’s voice sound like a big frog in the middle of rice fields.

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