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Dancers of Bali: Part 1 CD

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Age 4 - 18+

  • L 1cm x W 13cm x H 14cm
  • Stock: 8
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Track 1: Panyembrama (Welcome Dance) (7:50)

Panyembrama is a recently-created welcome dance based on Rejang dance. Panyembarama (greeting) is always given at the beginning in a dance performance.

Track 2: Legong Kraton (Legong of the King of Lasem) (22:00)

Legong Kraton is a classical dance genre and semi-dramatic. It is usually performed by two or three young girls.

Track 3: Baris (Warrior Dance) (11:55)

This piece is a secular variety of Baris (Solo Baris) that presents plot-less character study. The dance is said by some to presents the conduct in a battlefield as the dancer manoeuvres to avoid attacks. Solo Baris is accompanied by Gamelan Gong.

Track 4: Taruna Jaya (Dance of a Young Winner) (12:43)

This dance is performed by two young women dressed in men’s clothes who interpret the background Gamelan music as a pure dance medium. There is not a plot in this dance.

Track 5: Telek (Dance of Devils and Beauties) (14:47)

The female dancers in this dance act as the counterparts of Jauk (the devil). The dancers wear masks and unique head-dress. Their masks are white with visible teeth, but the expression on them is pleasant and smiling.

Track 6: Topeng Tua (The Old Man’s Mask) (7:02)

The dancer puts on an old man’s mask and dances with awkward movements of an old man.

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