- found: New Grove dict. mus. instr. (Various ensembles or orchestras in Java, Bali, Madura and other areas where Javanese and Balinese have settled)
- found: Garland encyclopedia of world music, 1998: v. 4, p. 729 (Most Balinese music is orchestral and is performed on ensembles known as gamelan (usually bronze, but sometimes made of other materials), comprising gongs, metallophones, kettle gongs, and drums. There are more than twenty-five different varieties of gamelan in Bali, distinguished by size, musical instruments, tuning, repertoire, context, and function)
Example under references from [Ensemble music; Ensembles (Musical compositions)]
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- 2015-01-20: revised
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