Wonosobo, Art and Culture, Emblek, Bangilun and Angguk

Posted by

Wonosobo, a Small Town which is Rich in Culture and the Arts
Location of Wonosobo City, In Central Java, Indonesia
Digging back the memory of what art used to be very popular in various villages in Wonosobo is easy-easily distress. Easy because some of the art is still easy to remember but hard to describe what it looks like art.

Wonosobo is indeed rich with culture and the arts, besides the area also has a rich variety of traditional specialties like carica, nuts, chips and a mycological dieng etc.

Perhaps those original current Wonosobo much spread abroad so many have forgotten what kind of picture a few distinctive artistry of Wonosobo had once ngetrend and popular at its time, here are some of them:

The Art Of Bobbing

Quite frankly the author himself is actually not quite remember like what exactly the model of artistry in the form of this dance. From the name already visible if this dance many styles dominated with nod nod. So perhaps this dance called the nodding bobbing because his movement. With a costume like the Puppet people. Please see model below

Bobbing Dance

Dance Arts Cepetan

The author himself is not so familiar with this type of dance is actually having never watch directly and just based on information on the internet. According to the source, why this dance called tari cepetan is because the faces of the dancers in corang – smut (Java = quick-cepot), but in its development is no longer face smut but using only a cloth cover. Indonesia-language song that was less than perfect.

Dance Bangilon

If this one ever dances are very popular at that time, either at the moment. The art of depicting dance Bangilon soldiering with round sunglasses as his trademark. To accompany their dance sing together taken from the book promised that adapted in such a way. Want to see the model please look at the image above.

Emblek (Kuda Kepang)

Kuda Kepang dance usually performed by 11 dancers and a man who serves as the leader (Java = Pelandang). Kuda Kepang dance (Emblek) is taken from the legend of King Banner (Chronicle of Jenggala, Kediri). This dance has a medium to fast rhythms and filled with energetic movements and excited.

Gamelan music accompany the player in the role of a character who exists in the Chronicle. From the costumes worn to the composition of dances can be seen the existence of differences of character played. Nothing serves as a soldier at war exercises on horseback. Nothing illustrates a Duke or a Prince who also is riding a horse. There is also a man of memelihar depicting horses, ranging from removing the horses from their Windows, bathing the horses to train the horses running and so on. Dance Kuda Kepang can be presented at the beginning and at the end of lengger Art Festival.

The uniqueness is on dance sulasih mystical nuances can be felt when new sulasih dance started to play. Sulasih dance performed by a male dancer who uses the mask. This dance intended to invite the spirit of Apsaras (Isang Larasati) to come down and protect all the dancers during a performance in progress.

Tari Angguk

Tari Cepetan

Tari Bangilon



Tari Sulasih


FOLLOW and JOIN to Get Update!

Social Media Widget SM Widgets

Peternakan dan Herbal Updated at: 00:53
Copyright@2014-2016. www.AgrobisnisInfo.com . Powered by Blogger.