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Rejang: Tenganan Pegringsingan  

by on Friday, 29 February 2008One Comment | 1,358 views

We were surprised; we have seen Rejang dance before in other areas of Bali, we expected to see the slow and elegance movement of Rejang, smooth movements of the feet combine with hands movements as soft as caressing breeze. But this Rejang was an exception; the dancers just stood in lines and played idly with their sashes. Pak Mangku told us that the movements of this Rejang consist of holding, lifting and dropping the sash that is wrapped around the dancer hips with the left hand. So there were movements but the moved sporadically, it was looked like the dancers were playing with their sashes. My boss told me that we always have to expect the unexpected in Tenganan, even for a Balinese.

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    • Luigi said:

      Preserving a rooted culture since the early age is a strategic decision and will be a fruitful investment towards a globalised world. I salute the community to be simultaneously holding such events involving younger generations as explained in your articles.

      Bravo! and hugs from West Africa.

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