THE T’RƯNG (A kind of traditional instrument of Vietnam)
The t’rung (đàn T’rưng) is a traditional bamboo xylophone used by the Jarai people and Bahnar people in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. More complicated developments of the Jarai and Bahnar’s xylophone have become used in Vietnamese traditional music ensembles (known as the đàn T’rưng) representing the music of the highland minorities.
It is made of short bamboo tubes differing in size, with a notch at one end and a beveled edge at the other. The long big tubes give off low-pitched tones while the short small ones produce high-pitched tones. The tubes are arranged lengthwise horizontally and attached together by two strings.
This product is a small model of T’rưng instrument. You can show as décor in house. Sometime, you can play some music to relax after working or enjoy joyful sound with your friends and family.
13 Tube, 14 Tube