Baleganjur is processional music in which the musicians carry their gongs, CENG-CENG (cymbals), REYONG (hand-gongs) and KENDANG (drums). I reckon the first couple of In-Real-Life gigs we'll do when the virus has abated will be out in the open, pretty spread out, and not lugging huge GANGSA, so Baleganjur seems like a good start*. This playthrough video shows a good introduction sequence, single ANGSEL (angsel lantang), double ANGSEL, two smooth ways of sneaking into GILAK groove, and a short composed section called PENGISEP. Check out KENDANG lesson one video for how these patterns are constructed. I'll add the slow PENGAWAK and end sequence in a future video...
*other pieces in the Kendang CEDUGAN style, using a PANGGUL (mallet) can be creatively converted to suit Baleganjur instrumentation. Wira Yudha and Crukcuk Punyah fit neatly into this category.