Dancers of Bali: Part 1 CD
Dancers of Bali: Part 2 CD
Kecak Dance of Bali CD
Music and Dance of Bali in Performance CD
Track 1: Panyembrama (Welcome Dance) (7:50) Pany embrama is a recently-created welcome dance based on Rejang dance. Panyembarama (greeting) is always given at the beginning in a dance performance.
Track 1: Puspa Wresti Dance The Balinese have their own way to welcome their guest of honour. The Puspa Wresti dance, for instance. It was originally a dance depicted a heroic spirit of husbands and wives looking for justice. The word Puspa Wresti c...
Track 1: Act 1 Sita has sent her husband to try and capture the golden deer, unaware that it is really Rawana’s prime minister in disguise. Soon, a cry of help is heard and thinking it to be Rama’s voice, Sita asks Laksmana to go and see...
Track 1: Sekar Jagat Dance (1993) This welcome dance (means Worldly Flower) is performed by a group of girls carrying a bowl of flowers known as Canangsari. The happiness of the dancers in welcoming the guests is represented through the beautiful an...
The Best Music of Bali CD
The Best of Gamelan Slonding CD
The Barong Dance of Bali: The Dance Drama of Singapadu Village CD
Classical Gamelan of Bali (Tabuh Lelambatan Klasik) CD
Track 1: Barong Dance The Barong and Rangda dance rivals the Kecak Dance as Bali’s most touristic popular dance. It tells a battle between goodness, represented by the Barong, and badness, represented by Rangda.
Track 1: Saih Puja Semara Saih means mode or scale. Puja means to pray. Semara is God of Love. So, Saih Puja Semara means that the mode used in this piece is a pray to the God of Love. Trac. ..
This is the original live recording CD of the Gamelan ensemble that is played as the background music of the Barong Dance of Bali. It is recorded at Singapadu Village - Bali. Track 1: Prologue (16:06)
Track 1: Tabuh Telu Lilit Tabuh Telu Lilit means people are very interested (Lilit means to bind) to hear this piece of Gamelan. This piece is marked by one cycle that consists of three (Telu) Kempur beats (one strike of Gong, followed by three stri...
The Best Sound of Bali (Part 1) CD
The Best Sound of Bali (Part 2) CD
The Best Sound of Bali (Part 3) CD
Dancers of Bali: Pelegongan Gaya Peliatan, Ubud 2 x DVD
Track 1: Ramayana (10:42) It is the new form of Ramayana called Sendratari (modern dance drama) which was first performed in 1965. The story is based on Ramayana accompanied by gamelan Gong Kebyar.
Track 1: Gita Kusuma Tabuh Kreasi Baru Gong Kebyar (9:20) Game lan Gong Kebyar is the most popular ensemble in Bali. This Gamelan is played in temple ceremonies and other ceremonial occasions. The Gita Kusuma Gong Kebyar is characterized by discontin...
Track 1: Gamelan Balaganjur, Banjar Bindu Mambal, Badung (10:22) Gam elan Balaganjur is a processional ensemble consisting of hand-held Gongs, small tuned Kettle Gongs, eight pairs of Crash Cymbals (Ceng Ceng Kopyak), and two large drums (Kendhang La...
Legong Bapang Lasem This is one of the variations of Legong Lasem from Peliatan, danced by senior dancers from the sixties, which shows the dynamic movements of the Bapang part. The first dancer, Condong, is followed by two Legong dancers who act as...
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