This 2017 video says about itself:
Mariel visits the commemorative statue of 100 years of Javanese in Suriname and meets Soeki Irodikromo, the artist behind the work.
Suriname, 14 February.
First on stage were three men: two electric guitarists, one singer. They started playing English language love songs. Not particularly Javanese or Surinamese, and not causing really much reaction from the audience.
However, that changed drastically with the first notes of their third song.
Javanese-Surinamese gamelan: here.
Third on stage were an angklung orchestra with scores of male and female angklung players and a woman organ player. An angklung is a bamboo instrument, originally from West Java. This orchestra was founded five years ago, in the Evangelische Broedergemeente, the biggest Protestant church in Suriname. They played songs like Edelweiss from the Sound of Music, and Spanish Eyes.
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