Dance scene in malaysia

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Dance scene in malaysia

  1. 1. thedance scene inmalaysia
  2. 2. Traditional Dances
  3. 3. Malay traditional dance*Malaysia’s most superb danceform is known to be the CandleDance*Many of the dance forms havebeen originated from martial artsor theatrical forms, like Silat
  4. 4. And it still liked andperformedall over this country
  5. 5. Traditional Chinese Dancedances were most likely performed by common people groups
  6. 6. involved dancers locking arms,stamping their feet,and participating in other sounds and movementaccompanied by musical instruments
  7. 7. involved dancers locking arms,stamping their feet,and participating in other sounds and movementaccompanied by musical instruments Performed to public tomaintain identity
  8. 8. TraditionalIndian Dancedance is a form of worship andan expression of the humanemotion.
  9. 9. *The presiding deity ofDance is Nataraja-Shiva. The mainclassical dance formsareBharatanatyam,Kuchipudi, Odissi,Manipuri,Kathakali and Kathak
  10. 10. modern dance
  11. 11. modern dance
  12. 12. physically difficult dance forms
  13. 13. physically difficult dance forms
  14. 14. physically difficult dance forms
  15. 15. Needcreativityand courage
  16. 16. Creative choreography
  17. 17. Creative choreography
  18. 18. Creative choreography
  19. 19. Asbreakdancing became more and more popular, more ‘crews’ started coming up
  20. 20. Many competition to support these crews
  21. 21. What dancer always think ?
  22. 22. What dancer always think ?
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  27. 27. reference
  28. 28. reference 1) Natalie Tan Jo Leen, We dance For Peace, retrieved on 3 August 2012 from http://wedanceforpeace.wordpress.com/v 2) Indian dance, Dance Malaysia, Retrieved on 4 August 2012 fromhttp://www.dancemalaysia.com/Dance/Traditional/Other_Dances/Indian_Da nce/indian_dance.htm 3) TS Beng (2012), The Lion Dances to the Fore: Articulating Chinese Identities in Penang and Medan, pg. 63 4) Showdown 2012 FAQ (2012), pg. 2, Retreived on 4 August 2012 fromhttp://apps.8tv.com.my/showdown/2012/download/SD2012-FAQ.pdf

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