Cultural Heritage Collection Balinese Dance

This Cultural Heritage Collection Balinese Dance is very important to know anyone, not only by the people of Bali or Indonesia alone but the entire world community to acknowledge and recognize that a set of specific dance which so much of types is constituting the original of the Cultural Heritage of Bali, Indonesia, Balinese artists work results. So it is not so easily claim Nations of other countries acknowledge that a type of Bali dance is owned only by watching a dance performance when performed in other countries are at a particular event, just as the busy talking about these days both in electronic media (TV) as well as print media (Bali Post and others) is Pendet dance used in advertising campaigns by the Malaysian Tourism in Discovery Channel program about the enigmatic Malaysia. Of course this is very detrimental Indonesia and Bali in particular.

It was fitting for the Balinese / Indonesian people through local government of Bali and the central government in protest against the Malaysian government to stop using Pendet as part of Tourism Malaysia's advertising campaign. Likewise, there should be a further step by the local government of Bali and the central government in an effort to preserve and protect the Indonesian Nation Cultural Heritage. Balinese dance if performed on Foreign Affairs was meant to advertise / introduce Bali / Indonesia in order to increase tourist visits to Bali / Indonesia, rather than taken by other countries to promote tourism.

About Pendet dance is worship dances which often performed by Hindus in Bali in a ritual ceremony in the temple as a welcoming dance or worships the gods for the fall of Hyang Dewata attend religious ceremony on His people. Pendet be danced by all people, male and female stakeholders, women and rural girls.

Dance created early 70's by Balinese artists did not require intensive training as well as dance performances. This Pendet studied by the girls younger than follow the dancers dance by an older or senior. Pendet performed in groups or pairs, shown after the Rejang dance in the temple yard. In Pendet dancers danced facing the holy (temple) ceremonial dress, and each dancer brings sangku, jars, bowls and other equipment ritual offerings.

Along with the times, the artists Balinese dance modify Pendet to be used as a dance welcoming guests as a form of 'welcome' to the guests who visited Bali. A sprinkling of flowers spread in front of guests as an expression of welcome. However, this dance still contains charges sacred and religious.

Pendet additions there are very many types of dance performance which is Original work of Cultural Heritage, Balinese artists, among them can be collected as follows:

Tari Wali, Dance performed or displayed only when the religious ceremony for Hindus as a series of ceremonies (performed at the ceremony taking place), such as: Tari Rejang ( Rejang Dewa ), Tari Pendet, Tari Baris Sakral ( Baris Dadap, Baris Jojor, Baris Gede ), Wayang Lemah/Gedog, Tupeng Sidakarya.

Tari Bebali, Dance performed or displayed to support the implementation of activities of religious ceremonies for Hindu but not as a series of ceremonies (performed after the completion ceremony), such as: Tari Sanghyang ( Tari Sanghyang Dedari, Tari Sanghyang Jaran, Tari Sanghyang Memedi ), Calonarang, Wayang Wong.

Tari Balih-balihan, Dance are performed or exhibited freely as you wish and not tied to a religious ceremony activities, such as: Sendratari, Drama Gong, Tari Gambuh, Wayang, Tari Kreasi ( Tari Legong Keraton, Legong Kuntul, Legong Lasem, Tari Kebyar Duduk, Tari Margapati, Tari Panji Semirang, Tari Teruna Jaya, Tari Gabor, Tari Nandir, Tari Tani, Tari Nelayan, Tari Baris, Tari Oleg, Tari Manukrawa, Tari Kijang Kencana, Tari Cendrawasih, Tari Jalak Putih, Tari Tenun, Tari Panyembrama, Tari Sekar Ibing, Tari Puspanjali, Tari Puspa Wresti, Tari Petruk, Tari Gopala, Tari Wirayuda, Tari Girang, Tari Kembang Girang, Tari Tedung Sari, Tari Ketek-ketek, Tari Sandat, Tari Jempiring, Tari Saraswati, Tari Belibis, Tari Janger, Tari Kembang Janger, Tari Cak, Tari Jauk, Tari Leko, Tari Terompong, Tari Gandrung, Tari Nyapung, Tari Sekar Jagat, Tari Sekar Cepaka, Kupu-kupu Tarum ).

In addition to these dances above certainly many more types of dances, Balinese artists' work cannot be exploited and will continue to grow in accordance with the times. In this much needed information from all communities whose know it, especially for the Balinese.

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