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Barong is probably the most well known dance. It isalso another story telling dance, narrating the fightbetween good and e...
The story goes that Rangda, themother of Erlangga, the King of Baliin the tenth century, was condemnedby Erlanggas father ...
Somebody can die or getseriously injured in a Barongdance. It is said that ifRangdas spell is too strong, aweak soldier ma...
KrisBali
RB   aa   nr   go   dn   ag
The masks of Barong andRangda      are    consideredsacred items, and before theyare brought out, a priest mustbe present ...
Rangda
Barong is a lion-like creature and characterin the mythology of Bali, Indonesia. He isthe king of the spirits, leader of t...
Barong
Cuvântul Gamelan defineşte orchestrele tradiţionale din Indonezia. Îngeneral cea mai mare parte a instrumentelor din compo...
A gamelan is a musicalensemble      from     Indonesia,typically from the islands of Balior Java, featuring a variety ofin...
The term gamelan refers more to the set ofinstruments than to the players of thoseinstruments. A gamelan is a set ofinstru...
In Bali, the Gamelan instruments are all kept together in the balai banjar, a community meeting hall which has a large ope...
The sekaha is led by asingle instructor whosejob it is in the communityto lead this group and tocome up with new songs.
When they are working ona new song, the instructorwill lead the group inpractice and help thegroup form the new pieceof mu...
The Balinese Gamelangroups are constantlychanging their music bytaking older pieces theyknow and mixing themtogether as we...
Their music is alwaysconstantly        changingbecause they believe thatmusic should grow andchange;       the     onlyexc...
Men and women usuallyperform in separate groups,with the exception of thepesindhen,    the    femalesinger who performs wi...
Gamelans role in rituals isso important that there is aJavanese saying that "Itsnot official until the gong ishung.”In Bal...
The word "gamelan" comes fromthe Javanese word "gamel",meaning to strike or hammer,and the suffix "an", which makesthe roo...
Text : Internet                                                                Pictures: Internet & Nicoleta Leu          ...
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
Bali 1 barong & gamelan
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Barong is probably the most well known dance. It is also another story telling dance, narrating the fight between good and evil. This dance is the classic example of Balinese way of acting out mythology, resulting in myth and history being blended into one reality.

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  • Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is consisted of 4 temples complex that are: The Shrine of Lingga Petak It is a meru - 3 superimposed roofs shrine - located at the most eastern side, reachable by canoe. The shrine has 4 doors for 4 directions. According to the record the shrine was renovated in 1968, and in the foundation were found 3 long round stones each had red, white, and black color. The white stone was in the middle and was believed to be a " lingga " the symbol of god Shiva. It is very probable that this temple got the name from the white lingga ( Petak means white ). Until now the local religious leader still dedicate this temple as the worship of Shiwa. It is also called " the abode of Ulun Danu god " as the symbol of fertility. It is already known that the Shiwa - Lingga devotee put strong emphasize on the worship of fertility ( influence of Tantric school ). At most ancient sites found to preserve this symbol it is normally consist of 2 parts. The base and the round up-right stone. The base is called " Yoni " and the up-right is called " lingga ". This thought was probably inspired by the atheistic thinking of Shamkya philosophy about the creation or as mentioned above from Trantric school. That is the meeting between " Purusa " or the male element with the "Pradhana " the female element will result the creation. The distribution of this thought in Bali was almost all over the island. This is the prove that Shivaitic sectarianism had wide followers. The practice of this sect later influenced very much by the practice of Tantrayana, a left hand path of Buddhism.
  • The Shrines for temporary abode of god in Mount Mangu The location is just on he west side of Lingga Petak, reachable by wooden bridge. The shrines are a11-superimposed merus. Who was considered to abode Mt. Mangu? This is a story from a manuscript called " Babad Usana Bali" on which various directions in Bali with the temple name and the above are mentioned. Mount Mangu is mentioned as the abode of the power of Wisnu or Dewi Danu. It is hard to understand why for the god Wishnu the shrine is bigger while at that time Shiwa-Lingga was preponderant. Shrines of Teratai Bang It is also called Pura Penataran Agung. This complex is consist of 3 yards as the common structure of temple in Bali. Here 22 shrines and pavilions standing for various dedication. From the name of spirits worshipped here there are very clear the mixed spirits between ancestor's spirits and the worship of the god power. Local ritual leaders consider that the main shrine is the 7-roofed meru as the abode of god Brahma. Pura Dalem Purwa , the complex has 3 pavilions for worshipping the power of god Shiwa in the form of Bhagawati goddess, the symbol of wealthiness.
  • Buddhist Temple The existence of Ulun Danu Temple reminds that The Balinese Hindu live tolerantly with other people outside of Hindu like Buddha . It is signified by the existence of Buddhist Temple located outside of temple area. This temple building look very beautiful with Buddha Monk Statues put surround the temple. These Buddhist Temples are strategically situated in the lush tropical garden with cool atmosphere surround it. In this page, we present one of Buddhist Temples in Bedugul Bali.
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  • Bali 1 barong & gamelan

    1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1531373-bali1-barong-gamelan/
    2. 2. Barong is probably the most well known dance. It isalso another story telling dance, narrating the fightbetween good and evil. This dance is the classicexample of Balinese way of acting out mythology,resulting in myth and history being blended into onereality.In Balinese mythology, the good spirit is identified asBanas Pati Raja. Banas Pati Raja is the fourth "brother"or spirit child that accompanies a child throughout theirlife, which is a similar concept to guardian angels.Banas Pati Raja is the spirit which animates Barong. Aprotector spirit, he is often represented as a lion. TheBarong is often portrayed accompanied by twomonkeys. Barong is portrayed as a lion with red head,covered in white thick fur, and wearing gilded jewelryadorned with pieces of mirrors. The shape of lionBarong is somewhat similar to a Pekingese dogDansul Barong este expresia luptei eterne dintrespiritele bune şi cele rele, de fapt reprezentarea lupteidintre forţele haosului şi distrugerii (Rangda) şi cele aleordinii (Barong). În mitologia balineză, spiritul bun esteidentificat ca Banas Pati Raja. Banas Pati Raja este alpatrulea „frate" sau spiritul care însoţeşte un copil de-alungul vieţii lui, un concept similar cu îngerul păzitor.Banas Pati Raja este spiritul care îl animă pe Barong,şi el un spirit protector, adesea reprezentat ca un leu.
    3. 3. The story goes that Rangda, themother of Erlangga, the King of Baliin the tenth century, was condemnedby Erlanggas father because shepracticed black magic. After shebecame a widow, she summoned allthe evil spirits in the jungle, the leaksand the demons, to come afterErlangga. A fight occurred, but sheand her black magic troops were toostrong that Erlangga had to ask forthe help of Barong. Barong camewith Erlanggas soldiers, and fightensued. Rangda casted a spell thatmade Erlangga soldiers all wanted tokill themselves, pointing theirpoisoned keris into their ownstomachs and chests. Barong casteda spell that turned their body resistantto the sharp keris. At the end, Barongwon, and Rangda ran away.Legenda spune că Rangda, mama regelui din Bali în secolul al X-lea, Erlangga, a fost condamnată de soţul său deoarece practica magianeagră. După ce a devenit văduvă, ea a chemat toate spiritele rele din junglă şi demonii, să vină după Erlangga. A avut loc o luptă dar eaşi forţele de magie neagră erau prea puternice iar Erlangga a trebuit să ceară ajutorul lui Barong. Barong a venit cu soldaţii lui Erlangga şiîn lupta care a urmat Rangda a făcut o vrajă care i-a făcut pe soldaţi să se omoare cu propriile pumnale otrăvite. Barong a făcut şi el ovrajă prin care pumnalele ascuţite nu mai puteau străpunge corpurile soldaţilor. Până la sfârşit Barong a câştigat, şi Rangda a fugit.
    4. 4. Somebody can die or getseriously injured in a Barongdance. It is said that ifRangdas spell is too strong, aweak soldier may not be ableto resist it, even with the helpof Barong. He may end uphurting himself with his ownkeris.Cineva poate muri sau sepoate răni grav într-un dansBarong. Se spune că dacăvraja Rangda este preaputernică, un soldat slab nupoate fi capabil să reziste, nicichiar cu ajutorul lui Barong. Elpoate ajunge să se răneascăcu propriul pumnal (keris).
    5. 5. KrisBali
    6. 6. RB aa nr go dn ag
    7. 7. The masks of Barong andRangda are consideredsacred items, and before theyare brought out, a priest mustbe present to offer blessingsby sprinkling them with holywater taken from MountAgung, and offerrings must bepresented.Măştile de Barong şi Rangdasunt considerate obiectesacre, şi înainte de a fi scoaseafară, un preot trebuie să fieprezent pentru a lebinecuvânta prin stropirea cuapă sfinţită luată de la MunteleAgung, şi trebuie aduseofrande.
    8. 8. Rangda
    9. 9. Barong is a lion-like creature and characterin the mythology of Bali, Indonesia. He isthe king of the spirits, leader of the hosts ofgood, and enemy of Rangda, the demonqueen and mother of all spirit guarders inthe mythological traditions of Bali. Thebattle between Barong and Rangda isfeatured in Barong dance to represent theeternal battle between good and evilBarong este o creatură mitologică balinezăasemănătoare unui leu. El este regelespiritelor, şeful forţelor binelui, şi duşmanullui Rangda, regina demon şi mama tuturorduhurilor rele din tradiţiile mitologice dinBali. Lupta dintre Barong şi Rangda esteprezentată în dansul Barong pentru ailustra lupta eternă dintre bine şi rău
    10. 10. Barong
    11. 11. Cuvântul Gamelan defineşte orchestrele tradiţionale din Indonezia. Îngeneral cea mai mare parte a instrumentelor din componenţa lor suntinstrumente de percuţie precum cele asemănătoarexilofonului/marimbafonului sau vibrafonului. Uneori în componenţaacestor orchestra se găsesc şi cântăreţi
    12. 12. A gamelan is a musicalensemble from Indonesia,typically from the islands of Balior Java, featuring a variety ofinstruments such asmetallophones, drums andxylophones, gongs; bambooflutes, bowed and pluckedstrings. Vocalists may also beincluded.
    13. 13. The term gamelan refers more to the set ofinstruments than to the players of thoseinstruments. A gamelan is a set ofinstruments as a distinct entity, built andtuned to stay together — instruments fromdifferent gamelan are generally notinterchangeable.
    14. 14. In Bali, the Gamelan instruments are all kept together in the balai banjar, a community meeting hall which has a large open space with a roof over top of it with several open sides. The instruments are all kept here together because they believe that all of the instruments belong to the community as a whole and no one person has ownership over an instrument. Not only is this where the instruments are stored, but this is also the practice space for the Gamelan orchestra. (sekaha). The open walls allow for the music to flow out into the community where the rest of the people can enjoy it.Rattan 5-Ball Rattles from Bali
    15. 15. The sekaha is led by asingle instructor whosejob it is in the communityto lead this group and tocome up with new songs.
    16. 16. When they are working ona new song, the instructorwill lead the group inpractice and help thegroup form the new pieceof music as they arepracticing. When theinstructor creates a newsong, he leaves enoughopen for interpretation thatthe group can improviseand as a group they will bewriting the music as theyare practicing it.
    17. 17. The Balinese Gamelangroups are constantlychanging their music bytaking older pieces theyknow and mixing themtogether as well as tryingnew variations on theirmusic.
    18. 18. Their music is alwaysconstantly changingbecause they believe thatmusic should grow andchange; the onlyexception to this is withtheir most sacred songswhich they will notchange. A single newpiece of music can takeseveral months before itis completed.
    19. 19. Men and women usuallyperform in separate groups,with the exception of thepesindhen, the femalesinger who performs withmale groups.
    20. 20. Gamelans role in rituals isso important that there is aJavanese saying that "Itsnot official until the gong ishung.”In Bali, almost all religiousrituals include gamelanperformance.
    21. 21. The word "gamelan" comes fromthe Javanese word "gamel",meaning to strike or hammer,and the suffix "an", which makesthe root a collective noun. Realhammers are not used to playthese instruments as heavy ironhammers would break thedelicate instruments.
    22. 22. Text : Internet Pictures: Internet & Nicoleta Leu Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Ensemble instrumental Seka Balaganjur - Balaganjuran

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