Name: Kubing.
Type: Idiophones > Lamellaphones > Jawharps.
Hornbostel-Sachs No#: 121.222
Country: Philippines.
Region: > South East Asia.
Acquisition Source: Randy Raine-Reusch @ asza.com.

Description: The kubing is a type of Jawharp that is found among the Maguindanaon and other Muslim and Non-Muslim tribes in the Philippines and Indonesia. It is known by numerous names. In Maranao [kobing]. In Tingguian [kolibau]. In Tagbanwa [aru-ding], In Palawan [aroding], in Yakan [Kulaing], in Toraja [karombi], in Kailinese [yori]. Kubing that are made from sugar palm-leaf are called karinta in Munanese, ore-ore mbondu or ore ngkale in Butonese.

Citations: Bibliography: Websites: Hila, Antonio C [2006] – Indigenous Music – Tuklas Sining: Essays on the Philippine Arts. Filipino Heritage.com ; Tatak Pilipino ; De Leon, Jr. Felipe M. [2006] – “Gawad sa Manlilikha ng Bayan” 1993 Awardee – Marino Intaray and the Basal and Kulilal ensemble – National Commission for Culture and the Arts 2002 ; Amin, Mohammad [2005] – A Comparison of Music of the Philippines and Sulawesi”, Sulawesi Studies [2006] ; Mercurio, Philip Dominguez [2006] Traditional Music of the Southern Philippines” – PinoyAndTheCity: A center for Kulintang – A home for Pasikings [2006] 

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