Gongs belong to the oldest and most important musical instruments of South East Asia. Their origins may be traced back to the second millennium B.C., but it is assumed that the gong is much older. In Chinese history, gongs are mentioned around 500 A.D., attributed to a nation called HSI YU between Tibet and Burma during the reign of Emperor Hsuan Wu.
Even today there are many gong forges producing handmade gongs using traditional techniques. Each gong is a work of art and of excellent craftsmanship, the results are unique.
These Asian-inspired gongs emulate grace, balance, and harmony. Their elegant design is centered around a hand-hammered bronze gong made with traditional techniques by a gong master. The suspension parts are constructed of beautiful cherry-finished ash wood, strung with UV-resistant nylon line. The striker has a rubber strip inset around the circumference.
The Emperor Wind Gong can be played by hand or by the wind.
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