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Traditional Musical Instrument

Aramba from Nias Gambus from Riau

Sumatra Utara

Serangko from Jambi Saluang from Minangkabau

Angklung from Jawa Barat

Tehyan from DKI Jakarta

Bende from Lampung Accordion from Sumatra Selatan

Doli from Bengkulu Serune Kale from Nangroe Aceh

Modern Musical Instrument

Drums form Yunani Harmonica from China

Biola from Yunani Terompet from Israel

Gitar from Spanyol Organ from Italia

Keyboard from Amerika Serikat

Sexaphone from Belgia

Piano from Italia Klarinet from German

Traditional Dance

Tari Saman from Aceh Tari Kecak from Bali

Tari Bethaya Ketawang from Jawa

Tengah Tari Kipas from Sulawesi Selatan

Tari Piring from Sumatra Barat Tari Serimpi from Yagyakarta

Tari Nandak Ganjen from Jakarta Tari Gambyon from Jawa Tengah

Tari Seudati from Aceh Tari Teminang Anak from Bengkulu

Modern Dance

HIphop Dance from America Serikat Moonwalk Dance from Wasingon DC

Shufel Dance from Australia Robot Dance from England

Street Dance from England Tap Dance from England

Korean Dance from South Korea Ballet Dance from Italia

Mart Dance from Rusia Modern Ballet Dance from Italia


Kecak (pronouncing "KEH-chahk", alternative spellings: Ketjak,

Ketjack), is a typical Balinese dance performance that primarily
tells about Ramayana and is played primarily by men. The
General dance is performed by many (or more dozens) of male dancers
Classification sitting in a circular line and with certain rhythms calling "cak"
and lifting both arms, describing the Ramayana story as a row
of apes helping Rama against Ravana. However, Kecak comes
from the Sanghyang ritual, a dance tradition that the dancers
will be in unconscious condition, communicating with God or
the spirits of the ancestors and then communicating their
hopes to the community.

The dancers sitting in a circle were wearing a checkered cloth

like a chessboard encircling their waist. In addition to the
dancers, there are also other dancers who portray Ramayana
figures such as Rama, Shinta, Ravana, Hanuman, and Sugriwa.
Description [Need a reference]
Kecak dance song is taken from Sanghyang dance ritual.
Additionaly, do not use musical instruments. Only used
kincringan worn on foot dancers who portray the characters of