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Kuda Lumping
Kuda Lumping dance during a festival in Yogyakarta
GenreTraditional
OriginIndonesia
  1. Kuda Lumping memiliki banyak sekali sebutannya seperti Jaran Kepang, Jathilan, jaranan ataupun Ebeg adalah tarian tradisional Jawa menampilkan sekelompok prajurit tengah menunggang kuda. Tarian ini menggunakan kuda yang terbuat dari bambu yang dianyam dan dipotong menyerupai bentuk kuda yang kemudian dihias dengan cat dan diberi kain beraneka.
  2. Gerakan pemain yang masing-masing menunggang kuda lumping tersebut terlihat kompak. Tarian pemain terlihat luwes dan energik. ’’Persiapan penampilan reog ponorogo ini sudah kami lakukan selama sebulan terakhir,’’ terang Kepala SMAN 6 Nurseno setelah meresmikan ekstrakurikuler baru itu.
  3. Angklung kuda kepang PUSPO WARNO. KUDA LUMPING / PENGAMEN ANGKLUNG RAJAWALI MALIOBORO YOGYAKARTA. Gudang musik, Free download mp3 Indonesia. Full Album Musik Indonesia Campursari Jaran Kepang Populer √ Pop √ Rock √ Jazz √ Reggae √ Dangdut √ Campursari √ Religi √ Format Mp3, Mp4 Best HD Quality (3.1 MB).
  4. Barong 18 ribu, Reog 18 ribu, Buto ijo 45 ribu, Kuda Lumping 15 ribu,' katanya. Hatinya bungah lantaran jajan mainan tradisional dengan harga terjangkau. Ia pun bisa mengajari anak-anak mengenai.
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Kuda Lumping (Javanese: Jaran Kepang or Jathilan, Indonesian: Kuda Lumping or Kuda Kepang, English: Flat Horse) is a traditional Javanesedance depicting a group of horsemen from East Java, Indonesia. Dancers 'ride' horses made from woven bamboo and decorated with colorful paints and cloth. Generally, the dance portrays troops riding horses, but another type of Kuda Lumping performance also incorporates trances and magic tricks. When the 'possessed' dancer is performing the dance in trance conditions, he can display unusual abilities, such as eating glass and resistance to the effects of whipping or hot coals.

Although the dance is native to Java, Indonesia, it also performed by Javanese communities in Suriname, Malaysia and Singapore which is more commonly called Kuda Kepang.

Origin[edit]

The origin of Kuda Lumping is uncertain. Two main hypotheses have been proposed. The first suggests that Kuda Lumping may have arisen out of Diponegoro's war against the Dutch colonial forces, as a ritual reenactment of battles. The second argues that it is based on Mataram-era troops riding against the Dutch.[1]

Wireless nintendo 64 controller. Kuda Lumping is known under different names in different areas. While Kuda Lumping is the most common name in West Java, in Central Java it is known as Jaran Kepang or Jathilan in East Java; in Bali, it is known as Sang Hyang Jaran.[2] In Bali Sanghyang dance refer to the type of dance involving trance by spirit identified as hyang.

Performance[edit]

Dancers on stick horses and musicians participating in a Kuda Kepang game in a courtyard of a private house in Java, between 1900 and 1940

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Kuda Lumping may be performed in celebration of a special event, such as a boy's circumcision or rite of passage.[3] It may also be performed as entertainment, in a busker style.[1] It is generally performed in a cordoned-off area, with the audience separated from the dancers.[4]

Kuda Lumping is traditionally performed by a group of men drawn from the local community; this group can number from two to eight.[2][4][5] The performers mount rattan horses and dance while traditional instruments such as the angklung, gongs, and dog-dog drums are played.[1][4][5] This portion of the performance ends when a dancer enters a trance, which is traditionally said to be caused by spirit possession.[1] In Sang Hyang Jaran, the audience may participate by forming a chorus and singing.[2]

During their trances, the dancers may pretend to eat grass or drink water, while another performer or shaman uses a whip to direct them. In some performances, dancers may walk on coals or eat glass or fire, which can cause various injuries. The dancers also interact with the audience; in busker performances they may ask for money. In some areas the dancers serve as oracles to deliver prophecies. After awakening from their trances, performers claim not to remember anything done while performing.[1][2]

In East Java, the similar dance is called Jathilan, and is a part of Reog Ponorogo performance. A Jathil is the youthful handsome horsemen riding horses made of weaved bamboo. Unlike common jaran kepang however, jathil never performed trance dances and stunts such as eating glass or walk on fiery charcoal. Traditionally jathilan dance was performed by gemblakan, today Jathil usually performed by female dancers.

Equipment[edit]

A Kuda Lumping dancer in Mataram, Lombok (1922)
A female dancer showing her rattan horse

Dancers perform using rattan horses, generally colourful and decorated with beads and sequins. Adults use larger horses than children. Children's horses may also be cut from bamboo mats.[6] Performers wear colorful clothes and may occasionally dress as soldiers. The costume may also include small bells strung around the ankle.[1] In comparison to the shaman, the dancers' costumes are more feminized.[7]

Symbolism[edit]

Henry Spiller suggests that Kuda Lumping represents spiritual power and masculine virility, which is 'wild and uncontrolled .. yet ultimately a good thing'.[8] Max Richter notes that the erratic movements of the 'feminized' dancers may 'draw on ideas about the subordinate 'irrational' female', while the slower, more deliberate movements of the shaman 'may be seen as masculine and potent'. However, he considers this secondary to the conflicts of science versus magic, and good versus bad.[7] He also notes that it serves as a way for young boys to release energy in a non-violent manner.[9] These, of course, are the interpretations of Western academics and do not reflect the views and intentions of the native dancers.

Reception[edit]

Kuda Lumping is widely popular. But, individual observer opinions vary. Some view it as being related to Satan and thus evil, while others see it as being a good influence. A shift in meaning, from a mainly spiritual ritual to entertainment, has been noted.[9]

Kuda Lumping has been used as the basis for a dangdut song of the same name.[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Footnotes

  1. ^ abcdefMardiyati, Ade (16 March 2010). 'Kuda Lumping: A Spirited, Glass-Eating Javanese Game of Horse'. The Jakarta Globe. Archived from the original on 29 August 2011. Retrieved 31 July 2011.
  2. ^ abcdBandem 2008, p. 2
  3. ^Hellman 2003, p. 16
  4. ^ abcRichter 2008, p. 170
  5. ^ abcSpiller 2008, p. 199
  6. ^Epstein 2008, p. 219
  7. ^ abRichter 2008, p. 172
  8. ^Spiller 2008, p. 200
  9. ^ abRichter 2008, p. 171

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Bibliography

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  • Bandem, I Made (2008). 'Performing Arts of Indonesia (Performance Education and Archive)'(PDF). Wesleyan University. Retrieved 31 July 2011.
  • Epstein, Irving (2008). The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Children's Issues Worldwide. Volume 1. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press. ISBN978-0-313-33620-1.
  • Hellman, Jörgen (2003). Performing the Nation: Cultural Politics in New Order Indonesia. Copenhagen: NIAS Press. ISBN978-0-7007-1678-4.
  • Richter, Max (2008). 'Other Worlds in Yogyakarta: From Jatilan to Electronic Music'. In Ariel Heryanto (ed.). Popular Culture in Indonesia : Fluid Identities in Post-Authoritarian Politics. London: Routledge. pp. 164–181. ISBN978-0-415-46112-2.
  • Spiller, Henry (2008). Focus : Gamelan Music of Indonesia. New York: Routledge. ISBN978-0-203-93099-1.
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