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Manuk Rawa Dance | Cultures of Denpasar

Manuk Rawa Dance
Manuk Rawa Dance performed by a group (between 5 to 7 people) is female dancers new dance creations that describe the behavior of a group of birds (manuk) water (swamp) as narrated in the story of the Epic Mahabharata Parwa Wana.

Dance movements taken from classical Balinese dance is combined with the dance movements of Javanese and Sundanese, which has been modified in accordance with the demands of beauty.

This dance was created in 1981 by I Wayan Dibia (choreographer), and I Wayan Beratha (composer). Before becoming a freelance dance, dance ballet Manukrawa is part of the Mahabharata "Bale Gala-Gala" Ramayana ballet team work / Mahabharata Bali Province is shown in the Bali Arts Festival 1980.

Manuk Rawa Dance

Manuk Rawa Dance

Manuk Rawa Dance

Manuk Rawa Dance


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