logging in or signing up Bali16 Incredible colorful michaelasanda Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 56 Category: Travel/ Places.. License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: September 22, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 2 Presentation Description YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION HERE: http://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/bali16-incredible-colorful-14395600 Thank you! Traditional Balinese dances are the oldest form of performing arts in Bali. Traditional dances can be divided into two types, sacred dance called Wali and entertainment dance called Bebalihan. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: Incredible colorfulPowerPoint Presentation: 16 BaliPowerPoint Presentation: Traditional Balinese dances are the oldest form of performing arts in Bali. Traditional dances can be divided into two types, sacred dance called Wali and entertainment dance called Bebalihan . Wali (sacred dance) is usually performed in some ritual ceremonies only because it has strong magical powers and only can be performed by specific dancers. Bebalihan are usually performed in social events. In addition to entertain, Bebalihan also has other purposes such as: welcoming guests, celebration of harvests, or gathering crowds. Bebalihan has more variations than Wali . Cele mai multe dansuri balineze sunt de fapt scenete din epopeea Mahabharata , s au Ramayana, ori din legende tradi ţ ionale. Dansul se deosebe ş te de dansuri le vestice, prin mi ş cările precise, acompaniate de ritmul accentuat ş i schimbările bru ş te de tempo ale gamelanului. Mâinile, degetele, capul ş i ochii sunt elemente foarte importante, la fel ş i expresia fe ţ ei . Sunt câteva dansuri tradi ţ ionale, car nu ş i-au modificat forma în timp, dar astăzi în Bali se dansează foarte mult în scop turistic . Înainte, dansurile făceau parte din programul pentru sărbatorile religioase şi festivaluri iar fetele tinere ş i frumoase dansau la cur ţ ile regale.PowerPoint Presentation: The Barong dance is the classic story of good (The Barong) triumphing over evil ( The evil witch Rangda). The Barong is a large lion type creature played by two men, Rangda is the epitome of evil with long fingernails and droopy breasts. The Barong is going about his business until he is interrupted by Rangda. Ultimately a battle ensues and the Barong’s followers begin attacking Rangda with their Keris (daggers). Rangda, being a witch, is able to use magical powers to turn the daggers against their owners, who fall into a trance and try to stab themselves. The Barong, also having magical powers, protects his followers from harm and Rangda retreats into the forest to rest and prepare for the next battle. The intensity of the Barong's followers in their attempts to stab themselves is really quite frightening and the trance is usually very real - and there is always a priest on hand to revive the dancers with holy waterPowerPoint Presentation: BarongPowerPoint Presentation: BarongPowerPoint Presentation: RangdaPowerPoint Presentation: BarongPowerPoint Presentation: Dansul este acompaniat de gamelanPowerPoint Presentation: Barong RangdaPowerPoint Presentation: The Legong dance is perhaps the most graceful of Balinese dances. It is performed only by young girls 8-12 years old (after reaching puberty the girls usually stop performing this dance). Three girls perform the dance - 2 Legongs and an attendant. With their lithe bodies, the dance tells the tale of a certain princess Rangkesari who is held captive by the King of Lasem. The princess' brother, Daha, tries to persuade the King to let his sister go. When the king refuses Daha, gathers an army together to force his sister's release. On his away to attack the King of Lasem Daha is attacked by a crow. This proves to be a bad omen as later on Daha is killed in battle. Even though you never see the male characters the dance ends as the King leaves to fight Daha.PowerPoint Presentation: Sekar Jagat Dance -This Sekar Jagat dance is popular used to open occasion attended by society of governmental official. Sekar means flower, and Jagat means the world. Sekar Jagat means beautiful flowers adorn the world giving beautiful color to the world. This Sekar jagat dance usually danced by five persons, but there is also usually performed by three persons as long as uneven.PowerPoint Presentation: Oleg Temulilingan DancePowerPoint Presentation: Oleg Temulilingan Dance is a dance of love, story of bumblebee male and female falling in love. Dancer: 2 pax ( male and female)PowerPoint Presentation: Oleg Temulilingan DancePowerPoint Presentation: Satya Bhrasta Dance - This warrior dance is performed by a group of young male dancers, which illustrates a warrior’s prowess in battle. The theme is taken from " Bharatayudha ", a Hindu Epic, in the scene where Gatotkaca is killed by Karna .PowerPoint Presentation: Satya Bhrasta DancePowerPoint Presentation: Satya Bhrasta DancePowerPoint Presentation: Teruna Jaya Dance This dance originated from North Bali area ( Buleleng ) which describes the moods of a young man as he moves from childhood to adolescent. In this case, the performance was done by a lady.PowerPoint Presentation: Taruna Jaya (The energy of youth) Traditional Gamelan dance about youthful energy and changing moods With its frenetic chain of melodies, tempi and textures, Taruna Jaya is considered a quintessential kebyar dance composition.PowerPoint Presentation: Emily Grace a good photographerPowerPoint Presentation: Text : Internet Pictures: Internet & Nicoleta Leu Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement : Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound : Bali World Music, Gus Teja , Morning Happiness You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.