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What is the tempo of gangsa toppaya and gangsa palook? ​

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  • Réponse publiée par: cyrishlayno

    A

    Explanation:

    A. Gangsa toppaya basta yun yon

  • Réponse publiée par: alexespinosa

    answer:

    1. Gangsa is a single hand-held smooth surfaced gong with a narrow rim. ... One way is called "toppaya" and the other is called "pattung." In "toppaya" style, the musicians play the surface of the gangsa with their hand while in a sitting position, with a single gangsa resting on the lap of each musician

  • Réponse publiée par: kirbydimaranan

    answer:

    Kuto kuto kuto kuto kuto kuto kuto kuto

  • Réponse publiée par: lhadyclaire

    answer:

    One way is called "toppaya" and the other is called "palook." In "toppaya" style, the musicians play the surface of the gangsa with their hand while in a sitting position, with a single gangsa resting on the lap of each musician.

  • Réponse publiée par: hannahleigh

    answer:

    The musicians play the surface of the gangsa with their hand while in a sitting position, with a single gangsa resting on the lap of each musician.

    Hope my answer helps :)

  • Réponse publiée par: jasminsexy

    Gangsa is a single hand-held smooth-surfaced gong with a narrow rim. A set of gangsa, which is played one gong per musician, consists of gangsa tuned to different notes, depending on regional or local cultural preferences. The number of gangsa in a set varies with availability, and depends on the tradition of a particular ethnic group of the Luzon Cordillera: Kalinga, Ifugao, Bontoc, etc.Among the Kalinga people in the Cordillera region of Luzon Island, the gangsa is played in two ways. One way is called "toppaya" and the other is called "pattung." In "toppaya" style, the musicians play the surface of the gangsa with their hand while in a sitting position, with a single gangsa resting on the lap of each musician. In the "pattung" style, a gangsa is suspended from the musician's left hand and played with a padded stick held in the musician's right hand. In the "pattung" style of playing, the players are standing, or they keep in step with the dancers while bending forward slightly.

  • Réponse publiée par: sherelyn0013

    The answer is A. Bungkaka

    - Bungkaka or bilbil - played by striking against the palm of one hand

  • Réponse publiée par: jasminsexy

    the answer is letter a

    Explanation:

    ififugao kong strike orbiting with wooden mallets while helped by the left-hand usually played by men

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What is the tempo of gangsa toppaya and gangsa palook? ​...