Jaipongan Dance

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Jaipongan Dance  greatly enjoy doing dance performances by foreign tourists, as well as domestic travelers. I'll tell about dance for the beauty of this dance Jaipongan if displayed.
Jaipongan dance is a dance that the association of ideas by artists from Bandung (West Java) named Gugum Gumbira. this dance is actually an outgrowth of the dance Ketuk Tilu that in working on the Gugum Gumbira too.  First Jaipongan dance are "Daun Pulus Keser Bojong" and "Rendeng Bojong" both of which type of dance girls and dance in pairs. It combines gentle dance movements, fast, in broken, aerobics until slightly erotic. Pencak Silat movements are also elements. Accompaniment of gamelan music itself is much simpler than a full gamelan at Marionette Puppet or Degung, and singing a Sinden.
Jaipongan debuted in 1974 when Pak Gugum and his gamelan and dancers first performed in public. Sporadic government attempts to suppress it due to its perceived immorality (it inherited some of the sensuality of ketuk tilu) just made it more popular. It survived even after the official Indonesian ban on foreign pop music was lifted after a few years, and became a craze in the 1980s. Since the mid-1980s Jaipongan’s importance as a social dance has waned, but it remained popular as a stage dance, performed by women, mixed couples or as a solo.
The most widely available album of Jaipongan outside of Indonesia is Tonggeret by singer Idjah Hadidjah and Gugum Gumbira's Jugala orchestra, released in 1987, and re-released as West Java: Sundanese Jaipong and other Popular Music by Nonesuch/Elektra Records.
Because there are erotic elements in it, not a few communities that prohibit this show. but because it is very popular and more movement refers to the art of body work, then as today, jaipongan dance is one identity of the West Javanese art.

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