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ketjak ‎(uncountable)

  1. A form of Balinese musical drama featuring rhythmic, percussive chanting.
    • 1999: An innovation on Mule Variations is the employment of a turntable artist, who as it turns out is so discrete you hardly notice, except on “Eyeball Kid”, which makes brilliantly apposite use of a sampled gospel choir and Balinese ketjak chanters — Luc Sante, Village Voice 12 May 1999 (Innocent When You Dream, Orion 2006, p. 250)

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