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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||University of California (System). Extension Media Center.; Film Forms International.|
|Notes:||In Kawi with occasional English subtitles.
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.|
|Series Title:||Tari-Tarian Tradisionil di Indonesia.|
|Other Titles:||Dances of Bali : Baris Katekok Jago and Kebyar Dudak
Baris Katekok Jago
|Responsibility:||Film Forms International, San Francisco.|
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.