Tokyo Institute of Technology students from Indonesia played Angklung, an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Indonesia, on the stage of Aoba Community and Cross-Cultural Center Festival on November 23, 2019. 
 They played three songs, Kureyon-shinchan, Papua Ethnic Music, and Let it go (Ana and The queen of Frozen).
After the programed performance, Japanese audience had chance to practice Angklung and played “The song of Do-Re-Me” together.
Click the illistratio of song, you can watch a  Video clip of Angklung performance.
 
Kureyon-shinchan
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1:10
Papua Ethnic Music
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2:50
Let it go
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4:13
Practice of  "Do-Re-Mi"
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2:00

 

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As  it rained, the final practice was  carriedout under the elevated railroad.

Every year, half of the students are new members. Some students study Angklung in Japan for the first time. 
Indonesian heritage is passed down to younger generation even in Japan.