Besides Gong, Kulintangan is one of the most important traditional musical instrument in Sabah, commonly used by Bajau and KadazanDusun communities. It was first introduced to Sabah by Bruneis.


Kulintangan consists of a set of 8 to 9 small brass kettle gongs. Now you have a chance to try it online and see how it sounds. Or you can watch the video clip to see how others play it.


5 thoughts on “Kulintangan

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    4) Condemn others people like you as the writer perfect in any ways.

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  2. digitalkanvas> u think i am newspaper or tv or what? what makes you think that i should make everything “political correct” in my blog (i.e. my world)? facts are always unpleasant. if you can’t accept my writing, you can just get lost. most other bloggers will say the same to you too. our world already has so many hypocrites like you who love to dig such shit for reading pleasure but complaining about it.

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    may be u can add some of our Unduk Ngadau participant.. and also our tall buildings.

    Well u know, lots of them out there thinks that sabah is jungle.

    Anyway, stay charmed.
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