Kamis, 19 Agustus 2010


Balinese traditional music has in common with traditional music in many other areas in Indonesia, for example in the use of the orchestra and various other drum instruments. Nevertheless, there are peculiarities in the technique of playing and his composition, for example in the form kecak, which is supposedly a form of singing monkey noises. Similarly, any variety that is played gamelan is unique, for example Jegog Gamelan, Gamelan Gong Gede, Gambang Gamelan, Gamelan Selunding, and Gamelan Semar Pegulingan. Angklung music unisex Ngaben played for the ceremony, as well as Bebonangan music played in a variety of other ceremonies.
There is a modern form of traditional music of Bali, for example Gamelan Gong Kebyar which is dance music that developed during the Dutch colonial period, and Joged tube which became popular in Bali since the era of the 1950s. Typically Balinese music is a combination of various metal percussion instruments (metallophone), gongs, and wooden percussion (xylophone). Because social relations, politics and culture, traditional music of Bali or Balinese gamelan games influence or affect each other in the surrounding cultural regions, such as traditional music community in Banyuwangi and the traditional music of Lombok.
• Gamelan
• Jegog
• Genggong
• Bali Silat

Balinese dance in general can be categorized into three groups, ie, the guardian or the sacred art of dance performances, dance performances or art bebali for the ceremony and also for visitors, and Balih-balihan or the art of dance for the entertainment of visitors.
Balinese dance connoisseur I Made Bandem in the early 1980s never classify these Balinese dances, among others, who belong to the trustee for example Berutuk, Sang Hyang Dedari, Rejang and Row Gede, bebali among others is to dance, Mask Pajegan, and Wayang Wong, whereas Balih-balihan among others is the Legong, Parwa, Arja, Prembon and Joged, and various other modern dance choreography.
One of the dances are very popular for tourists is the Kecak Dance. Around the 1930s, Wayan Limbak cooperate with German painter Walter Spies to create this dance based on traditional Sanghyang and parts of the Ramayana story. Wayan Limbak popularizing this dance while traveling the world with his troupe of Balinese dancers.

Wali Dancing
• Sang Hyang Dedari
• Sang Hyang Jaran
• Tari Rejang
• Line Dance
• Dance Janger

Bebali Dancing
• Mask Dance
• Gambuh

Dances for the show
• Legong Dance
• Arja
• Joged tube
• Drama Gong
• Barong
• Pendet
• Kecak Dance
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