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Tarian Melayu
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post Mar 6 2009, 07:13 AM
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QUOTE(HangPC2 @ Mar 5 2009, 10:19 PM) [snapback]4153224[/snapback]
Malay Cocos Island (Keeling) Dance


The costume is supposed to be unisex right...?
Still IMO its too gay for men wearing it... embarassedlaugh.gif

I love the dynamic vigorous movement of Malay dance, its in contrary with slow court Javanese dance.

Mempersembahkan Tarian Melayu dari Seberang Selat Malaka.....,
Pulau Sumatera, Indonesia




Presenting Malay dance from across Malaccan Strait, Sumatra Indonesia...



Pembubung Dance - Riau, Indonesia


Rentak Besapih Dance - Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia


Ngelajau Dance - Lampung, Sumatra, Indonesia


Tabal Gempita Dance - Riau Islands


Tari Persembahan, Kepulauan Riau, Indonesia


Tarian Pagar Pengantin, Palembang, Indonesia


Kelindan Sumbay Dance - South Sumatra , Indonesia

Enjoy the performance... beerchug.gif

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post Mar 7 2009, 07:28 AM
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QUOTE(Majapahitans @ Mar 6 2009, 07:13 AM) [snapback]4153576[/snapback]
I love the dynamic vigorous movement of Malay dance, its in contrary with slow court Javanese dance.

Geeeeee. That means Malays must hv a more dynamic, vigorous nature ... in contrast with the slow, lumbering Javanese ... must be due to their much more ancient seafaring history then ...

QUOTE(Majapahitans @ Mar 6 2009, 07:13 AM) [snapback]4153576[/snapback]
The costume is supposed to be unisex right...?
Still IMO its too gay for men wearing it...

Ha ha ha ...

Coming from someone with the hypersensitive, supercutesy, supereasily-annoyed mind, heart n soul of a princess ... someone like ya ... that's really, really surprising.

One would hv expected ya to say ... "it aint pretty n girly enuff".

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post Mar 12 2009, 10:15 PM
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QUOTE(dreamhunter @ Mar 7 2009, 07:28 PM) [snapback]4155043[/snapback]
Geeeeee. That means Malays must hv a more dynamic, vigorous nature ... in contrast with the slow, hulking Javanese ... must be due to their much more ancient seafaring history then ...
Ha ha ha ...

Coming from someone with the hypersensitive, supercutesy, supereasily-annoyed mind, heart n soul of a princess ... someone like ya ... that's really, really surprising.

One would hv expected ya to say ... "it aint pretty n girly enuff".

Will you please stop ruining threads with your attitude? This is a very informative thread on Malay culture, at least do it for the overwhelming Malay-ness in you.

Anyway, Majjy. Thank you for posting those dances. Some of them are new creations, and they suck. But I love the classic ones love2.gif
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post Mar 14 2009, 01:30 AM
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The picture of Jikey/Likay performance, people said that it is originated from Langkawi Island and Perlis, but it is not popular there, popular in South Thailand particularly Satun. We suppose to claim this art but I think that it is silly because both side sharing common ancestry.

Kedah version of Jikey, sorry it doesn't look so exclusive like Javanese art because it is folk culture not Palace culture



Thai counterpart version of Jikey/Likay



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post Mar 15 2009, 08:59 AM
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QUOTE(Bhaskara @ Mar 12 2009, 10:15 PM) [snapback]4162817[/snapback]
Will you please stop ruining threads with your attitude? This is a very informative thread on Malay culture, at least do it for the overwhelming Malay-ness in you.

Geeeeeeeee. Wowwwwww. My attitude is so powerful. It can even ruin a thread.

So I should keep it then. I'll make it even more powerful. To put some highly deluded, extremely sensitive, overly easily annoyed, cutesy-cutesy, softy-softy, princessly guy-princess in his imaginary Majapahit palace back down in his proper place from time to time.

Ya know. He greatly, royally needs it. For his own good.

Thanx for makin me realise the extent of my power.

Dude.

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post Mar 15 2009, 11:51 AM
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^^^I think I've smelled fart..., did something (I rather not mention it name) open its mouth...? icon_twisted.gif


QUOTE(Bhaskara @ Mar 12 2009, 10:15 PM) [snapback]4162817[/snapback]
Will you please stop ruining threads with your attitude? This is a very informative thread on Malay culture, at least do it for the overwhelming Malay-ness in you.


Hehe... can I give you suggestion...?!
Don't feed the troll.... it just dying for your attention. Ignore it..., my foruming in AF is far more enjoyable without its nuisance.




QUOTE(Bhaskara @ Mar 12 2009, 10:15 PM) [snapback]4162817[/snapback]
Anyway, Majjy. Thank you for posting those dances. Some of them are new creations, and they suck. But I love the classic ones love2.gif


You're welcome.... beerchug.gif

Is this Malay dance...? Dance in Puteri Gunung Ledang
Nope..., its Javanese dance featured in Malaysian film "Puteri Gunung Ledang"....

Neway..., its hard to find this film DVD or VCD, I've tried Bukit Bintang, Sungei Wang, Imbi and Petaling DVDs store and still no luck....
I'll watch it in YouTube....

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