The second parts of Indonesia Arts | Traditional Arts of Javanese is continuation of the article that I give the title of Indonesia Arts. This is a cause I love Indonesia about one of unique Culture.
Traditional Arts of Indonesia from Java one of which is Kuda Lumping (Horse Lumping).
|sources image form google|
Horse dance is typically only displays a scene of Hussar, but some also presenting the appearance of horse lumping attractions, immune, and possessed magical powers, such as the attractions eating shards and immune against whaling of whip. Jaran Kepang was part of the performance of reog dance. Though this dance originated in Java, Indonesia, the dance is also shown by the Javanese settlers who live in Malaysia and Singapore.
It was said, Lumping Horse dance is a form of appreciation and support of common people to the troops of Diponegoro Prince against the invaders, the Netherlands. There are also versions that mention, "Kuda Lumping" Horse dance depicting the struggles of Raden Patah, assisted by Sunan Kalijaga, against the Netherlands troops. Another version mentions that, it tells the story of Mataram forces war game led by Sultan Hamengku Buwono I, King of Mataram, to face the Netherlands forces.
Lumping horse also named as Jathilan (Yogyakarta), reog (East Java) but in the sub district of Tambak (The southern part of the Banyumas) better known as" ebleg ".
In East Java, this art is familiar with the art community in some areas, such as Malang, Tulungagung, and other areas of Indonesia. This dance is usually performed at specific events, such as a welcome guest of honor, and as a Thanksgiving, the intention which was granted by the Almighty.
The other traditional art of Java Indonesia is called Reog
|Source image reog : http://pecintaseniindonesia.wordpress.com/2009/11/12/kesenian-tradisional-indonesia/|
The next traditional art of Java, Indonesia is Angklung
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At the beginning of his discoveries, Angklung is usually only played in traditional Sundanese musical forms. However, at this time the angklung is not only played with traditional instruments, but rather in close collaboration with modern instruments. Angklung was not only played in local circles, but already penetrated into international circles.
|Image source : http://lefleader.blogspot.com/2008/11/kesenian-tradisional-indonesia.html angklung|
Those are the Traditional Arts of Indonesia that I admire and bring more love to Indonesia. There are still plenty of traditional arts in Indonesia which I would like to share on this blog in the future.
Source image reog : http://pecintaseniindonesia.wordpress.com/2009/11/12/kesenian-tradisional-indonesia/
The horse source Lumping : http://clubbing.kapanlagi.com/threads/82151-Kuda-Lumping-Kesenian-Tradisional-Indonesia