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Balinese gamelan musicians perform

Balinese gamelan musicians perform, as seen from the rear side of the orchestra. Two men, wearing red pants, long-sleeved blue shirts, and red and gold embroidered headscarves hold their mallets just above their intricately carved and painted metallophone instruments.

Both Java and Bali have large traditional orchestral ensembles and musical repertoires known as gamelan

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