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Tari-tarian di Bali = Dances of Bali : Baris Katekok Jago and Kebyar Dudak

Author: University of California (System). Extension Media Center.; Film Forms International.
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Extension Media Center, [198-?]
Series: Tari-Tarian Tradisionil di Indonesia.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : KawiView all editions and formats
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The origins of Baris dances are quite old. In the Kidoeng Soenda, a Javanese romance of the Majapahit dynasty (1275-1477 A.D.), there are described seven kinds of Baris performed during cremation ceremonies of the famous king, Hayam Wuruk. It is only within the last hundred years that, with plot and heroic characters, a dramatic form of Baris has emerged.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: University of California (System). Extension Media Center.; Film Forms International.
OCLC Number: 39638091
Notes: In Kawi with occasional English subtitles.
"#026vhs"--Label.
The Baris Jago and the Kebyar were performed in the village of Sebatu, Bali. The Kebyar was danced by Sukraka, March 1975.
Description: 1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: Tari-Tarian Tradisionil di Indonesia.
Other Titles: Dances of Bali : Baris Katekok Jago and Kebyar Dudak
Baris Katekok Jago
Kebyar Dudak
Responsibility: Film Forms International, San Francisco.

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The origins of Baris dances are quite old. In the Kidoeng Soenda, a Javanese romance of the Majapahit dynasty (1275-1477 A.D.), there are described seven kinds of Baris performed during cremation ceremonies of the famous king, Hayam Wuruk. It is only within the last hundred years that, with plot and heroic characters, a dramatic form of Baris has emerged.

Kebyar is a Balinese dance form of fairly recent origin. In North Bali in the early part of this century, a style of musical interlude known as gamelan gong gradually evolved into Gong Kebyar, a music rich in dynamic variations. Working with this musical form, I Mario, from Tabanan in the South, developed a new dance composition, Kebyar Dudak. Kebyar means a sudden flash or explosion and the music of Gong Kebyar is full of flashing rhythms and exploding harmonies.

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