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Title Sundanese popular culture / seni pertunjukan di Jawa Barat : alive!!! : jaipongan and other performing arts from West-Java, Indonesia / a film by Jean Hellwig.

Published Amsterdam : Hellwig Productions ; London : Royal Anthropological Institute [distributor], [1989]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Store  793.3195982 SUND MJ26    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 videocassette (VHS) (49 minutes) : sound, colour ; 1/2 in.
1/2 in.
polychrome rdacc
Summary Jaipongan is a new style of music and dancing which was invented in the 1970's in West Java, Indonesia. Drawing on classical Javanese music and taking elements from Japanese and Indian music as well, jaipongan has become widely popular. Dancers, singers, composers and musicians explain the place of jaipongan within Sundanese culture. Includes performances of ronggen, doger, and silat dance styles.
System notes VHS PAL.
Language notes Indonesian and Sundanese with English subtitles.
Other author Hellwig, Jean.
Subject Akademi Seni Tari Indonesia Bandung.
Jaipong (Dance)
Sundanese (Indonesian people) -- Indonesia -- Jawa Barat -- Music.
Folk dancing, Sundanese.
Dance -- Indonesia -- Jawa Barat.
Performing arts -- Indonesia -- Jawa Barat.
Popular music -- Indonesia -- Jawa Barat.
Variant Title Title may be read as: Sundanese popular culture alive!!!
Jaipongan and other performing arts from West-Java, Indonesia.
Seni pertunjukan di Jawa Barat.