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ronggeng

(ˈrɒŋɡɛŋ)
n
(Dancing) a Malay traditional dance
[Malay]
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The former may represent an early attempt to incorporate molam influence into popular song, and the latter term perhaps indicates a blend between Southern Thai ramwong and Malay ronggeng. (27)
Its subjects include Dutch East Indies radio (Yampolski), Malay ronggeng (Van der Putten), policing Malaysian and Singaporean popular music culture (AdilJohan), Melayu popular music in Indonesia (Weintraub and Baulch), popular music and youth cultures in Solo, Central Java (Gjelstad), dangdut (David and Wallach), singing and politicians (Van Dijk), music in Sunda, West Java, and modernising songs of the forest (Tan Sooi Beng).
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Here as well is to be found an impressive diversity of form: the masked dances of west Java; the coquettish gandrung dances of Banyuwangi; the hobby-horse dancers of Panaraga, whose leader sports the gigantic reyog tiger mask; the ronggeng or professional female dancer, peregrinating in the company of mu sicians and performing in public or at the roadside, or to amuse male guests at tayuban parties.
He objected, for instance, to the Javanese female singer in the interludes, who made ronggeng movements (that is, "exciting," "erotic" movements) during the presentation of her song and dance.
Recorded music was disseminated to large audiences, played at amusement parks, shops, talkies, live bangsawan, ronggeng and keronchong shows, and singing competitions.
Some amusements, a ronggeng, main silat, and Dusun dancing had been provided in the grounds of the Astana and we spent a very pleasant hour, the Dusun dancing being particularly interesting as it was new to most of us ...
A captivating narrative, Ahmad Tohari's Ronggeng dukuh Paruk (Paruk hamlet's ronggeng) trilogy set in Java comprises much more than intriguing characters and labyrinthine plots.
In Chapter 3, Spiller explores the profane and divine qualities of the ronggeng. In Chapter 4, Spiller unpacks how men negotiate freedom and conformity as well as pride and humility during dance.
[one] attraction will be the "branyo", a dance similar to the ronggeng [joget] introduced in 1511 when the Portuguese conquered Malacca....