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      Name: krap puang (Wikipedia) a percussion instrument used in royal ceremonies in Thailand
      Also known as: กรับ (Thai language)
      Wikidata item: Q6436135
      Invented by: Thai folk instrument
      External links: https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/500868
      Disambiguation: The krap puang is made from thin wood or brass, often consisting of a number of pieces tied with string. The krap puang is used in royal ceremonies in Thailand. The krap puang is a kind of clapper like the slap stick in local music but used in Thai royal ceremonies instead of folk music
      Example uses: Royal ceremonies in Thailand.

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