The gong, a musical instrument native to the Central Highlands, is particularly popular in the five provinces of Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Dak Nong, and Lam Dong. After realising that the key force in preserving this piece of national heritage are young people, ethnic people in Gia Lai province have attached great importance to engaging children and teenagers in gong sessions, as well as traditional folk singing and dancing classes. The sound of the gong echoes at the communal house of Kon So Lal village, Ha Tay commune, Chu Pah district several times every month. Thanks to the passion of village elders, many young people in the village are now highly skilled in beating and performing gong tunes.
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