Free Performance Joged Bumbung w/ Bamboo Music Instrument
Joged bumbung is one of many traditional dances that accompanied by traditional bamboo music instrument from Bali, Indonesia.
A flirtatious dance that often performed at festivals and parties and in many ways has become the folk music of Bali. With the rapid rise of tourism in recent decades, Joged music is now often found being performed at hotels and restaurants. The bamboo instruments of the Joged, called Grantang or more commonly called Tingklik, like instruments made out of bamboo that played with both hands: the left hand plays the melody on the lower register, while the right hand plays a faster accompanied by Suling (Flutes), Kendang (Drum), and Ceng-ceng (Cymbals).