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banjira 60" Tibetan Rag Dung Telescoping Brass RD60D
banjira 60" Tibetan Rag Dung Telescoping Brass RD60D

banjira 60" Tibetan Rag Dung Telescoping Brass RD60D

Factory Direct Price $316.70
Retail Price:$409.00
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SKU:RD60D

Size:

60 Inches

Model:

Telescoping

Type:

Zangs Dung or Dung-Chen

Finish:

Repoussé Brass

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Approximately 60" in length. Telescoping 3 sections.
The Bell of the horn is 7 1/4 inches in diameter. Brass telescoping trumpets, called rag-dung, zangs dung or dung-chen are decorated with repoussé; brass cuffs dotted with red coral and turquoise stones, there is also repoussé; brass garlands on the bell. Although Confucianism remained the basis for the structure of government in China, it was Buddhism, introduced in the first century B.C.E., which flourished from the Han to the Tang 206 B.C.E.–C.E. 907. Among the instruments associated with Buddhism was the dung-chen, a long trumpet played for preludes, processions, and morning and evening calls to prayer. The trumpets like these were used in ensemble playing, while larger ones 12 to 15 feet are used in processions. The large trumpets would be carried on the shoulders of other monks, or supported on boxes when they were played in processions. These trumpets were also played on rooftops to alert the villagers and ancestral spirits of upcoming feast days.

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