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Indonesian gamelan (gong ensemble) is performed by itself as well as with dance and with shadow puppets. This ensemble performance by the group Sari Raras is of the Javanese form of gamelan and is accompanied by dancers. The gong performance is on precious brass instruments that are housed at the University of California, Berkeley, and the players are under the direction of Midiyanto, gamelan master. (See other Midiyanto videos on this YouTube page.)
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Benjamin Zander leads the New England Conservatory Youth Philharmonic Orchestra in Dvorak’s Symphony no. 9, “From the New World” Opus 95, Allegro con Fuoco. This concert took place in June of 1993 in Buenos Aires at the world famous Teatro Colón. The concert was televised nationally and recorded for the documentary “A New World of Music” by PBS.

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Pipa virtuoso Wu Man moved from China to the U.S. in 1990. In this video, she discusses how she learned to play the pipa, a Chinese lute, and about joining the international Silk Road Ensemble. She explores her role as a musician navigating between cultures.

For more information, visit http://silkroadproject.org

To see Wu Man perform “Night Thoughts,” the piece featured in this video, watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_H0p9…

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Indonesian gamelan medley from Java, Sunda and Bali performed by Amadinda Percussion Group, Triginta Percussion, Péter Szalai and László Tömösközi (2008)