legong


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legong

(ləˈɡɒŋ)
n
(Dancing) a graceful Balinese dance performed by two young girls
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Al regresar a Holstebro, los actores habian adquirido habilidades en kathakali, pentjal, legong y capoeira, entre otros.
Legong is a "balih-balihan", or secular, Balinese dance form meant "purely for entertainment" and has "no propaganda".
Perkebunan Nasional X PT's cigars are selling well in Bali as a result of the products' name incorporating Bali (Bali Legong and Bali Djanger).
Stephen Davies ("Beauty, Youth, and the Balinese Legong Dance") investigates the connection between beauty and youth in Balinese legong dance, a highly formalized dance in which a dancer reaches retirement age before puberty.
The performers will present a traditional repertoire, including Kebyar Trompong, Legong Kraton, and Teruna Jaya.
Small girls are the ones who perform the dance with most beauty; when they grow a little older they are no longer Legong dancers.
6) Rudin had a background as an organizer of dances, especially the legong dance of young girls which was founded as a court dance and a variety of exorcistic rites.
Highlights include the President's address on opening day, the traditional Legong dance dramas, and the exciting and sometimes menacing mask dance.
Coucla's flashy photographs, currently being displayed in the Exhibition Hall of the Indonesian Embassy in Cairo, vividly highlight the Balinese's daily activities, temple anniversary ceremonies, Legong dance, cremations, sacrifices for God and breathtaking views.
Eugene dancer and Lane Community College dance instructor Bonnie Simoa, recently back from a sabbatical in Bali, will dance the traditional Balinese dance Legong Kraton Playon at 7:30 p.
But before I left the island I wanted to see that girl again, my favorite condong, in the legong dance of the youth troop in Peliatan.
His dance Dwimuka Jepindo-Bali-Walangkekek (Figure 6), involves first a Dwirnuka section in which he alternates between 'being' Indonesian (with his back mask) and Japanese (with his front mask)--hence Jep-Indo, short for Jepang-Indonesia--then changes costume to dance first a Balinese legong dance and finally one from East Java (Figure 7).