[SD 2 English]
We named this particular class with "Kledi" because this particular instrument symbolizes the students' aptitude in learning. This rare ambition echoes the disappearance of the instrument. "Kledi" is an extremely rare bamboo free-reed mouth organs found inn the northwestern Borneo. This instrument is played by the Orang Ulu or 'upriver people' of the interior of Borneo. "Kledi" is made with a made a gourd wind chamber from which extend five or six bamboo pipes containing a bamboo or occasionally metal free-reed. This instrument was traditionally played for 'long dances' that were associated with the rituals around headhunting. Another name for "Kledi" is "Keluri".
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