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Author Groenendael, Clara van.
Title Jaranan : the Horse Dance and Trance in East Java.
Imprint Leiden : BRILL, 2008.

Series Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde
Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde.
Subject Folk dancing, Javanese -- Indonesia -- Jawa Timur.
Ecstatic dance -- Indonesia -- Jawa Timur.
Trance -- Indonesia -- Jawa Timur.
Jawa Timur (Indonesia) -- Social life and customs.
Description 1 online resource (307 pages).
Contents JARANAN; JARANANThe horse dance and trance in East Java; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Part One The dramatic genre of the horse dance (jaranan); CHAPTER I The horse dance (jaranan); Prelude in Pulihrejo and introduction to Samboyo Putro; The aim of this book; Arrangement of the book; CHAPTER II The horse dance under the Orde Baru; The horse dance in Java; The popularity of the horse dance in Kediri; The supporters of the horse dance; The trance in the horse dance; Contacts with the immaterial world; Some theories about the trance in the horse dance; Comments.
The trance master (gambuh)The relation between the gambuh and the dhalang ruwat; The horse dance in the interface between a national and a regional identity; Part Two Aspects of the genre of the horse dance; CHAPTER III Samboyo Putro and other genres ofhorse dance groups; Introduction; The history of Samboyo Putro; The members of Samboyo Putro; The actors' props, parts and costumes; The jaranan sénthéréwé according to the report Deskripsi rekapitulasi; The jaranan jawa Haswo Usodo and other genres of horse dance groups; The jaranan pégon; The jaranan brèng; The jaranan képang.
The jaranan butaConclusion; CHAPTER IV Performances by horse dance groups; Introduction; Occasions for performances by horse dance groups; Kaul; Family celebrations: weddings and circumcisions; Village or neighbourhood community celebrations; Community celebrations by private or government institutions; Processions; Itinerant horse dance groups (jaranan barangan); The kuda képang in Jombor; Comments; The jathilan in Yogyakarta; Comments; Sedentary horse dance groups; The slametan, a typical ritual in Javanese society; The slametan for young people in Menang; Comments.
The slametan for young people in MlorahComments; A horse dance demonstration by Samboyo Putro; Comments; Bu Dhukun's surprise in Menang; Comments; The blessing of the penis (njurungi planangan) in Sumberagung; Comments; The performance for a konduran; Comments; Ad hoc groups in Yogyakarta and Dongko; A prayer for rain; Comments; The Turonggo Yakso in Dongko; Comments; The baritan ritual; Comments; The place and the significance of the horse dance in the festivities; CHAPTER V Rituals surrounding horse dance performances; Introduction.
Rituals surrounding the production and maintenance of stage requisitesThe ritual preparation of the performers; Samboyo Putro's opening ceremony; The opening ceremony in Mojoroto; Comments; The offerings; The closing ceremony; CHAPTER VI The trance; Introduction; The trance of the four horsemen, a helper and several spectators; Comments; The triggering of the trance, and the trance master's role; The different phases of the trance; The entry of a spirit; The surrender to the trance; The 'recovery' of the trance dancers; The dangers of the trance; The significance of the trance.
Note CHAPTER VII The significance of the horse dance legend.
Summary The dramatic genre of the horse dance (jaranan) is part of an age-old Javanese tradition displaying wide local and regional variations. A striking feature of the performances of the majority of horse dance groups is the appearance of trance dancers. These are used as a means of establishing contact with the spirits of the ancestors, who continue to play an important part in the lives of their descendants as moral beacons in the solution of problems and the fulfillment of wishes. As a consequence of the modernization of society in almost every aspect of life, vigorously propagated as it was by.
Note English.
Print version record.
ISBN 9789004253872 (electronic bk.)
9004253874 (electronic bk.)
9067183067
9789067183062
OCLC # 855969913
Additional Format Print version: Groenendael, Clara van. Jaranan : The Horse Dance and Trance in East Java. Leiden : BRILL, ©2008 9789067183062