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Men's marching band playing for funeral

A men's marching band plays for a funeral procession. All the musicians wear blue shirts, red headscarves, red woven sarong, and black-and-white checked cloths around their waists. The drummer, with a two-headed drum hung over his right shoulder, stands in front. Men playing cymbals and gongs follow behind. As with most Indonesian instrumental orchestral ensembles (generally known as gamelan), the drummer serves as the band leader. In Indonesia, traditionally musicians are men while weavers are women.

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