Tari Ketuk Tilu

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Tilu tap dance is widely spread in the region Priangan, Bogor, and Purwakarta. This dance is usually displayed on special occasions, celebrations and ngamen, could be in the open or closed. Tap Dance Tilu belong to the entertainment or dance dance association.
In appearance, tap dance in front of the group presented Tilu drummers. In the middle of the arena where the dancing is usually placed oil lamps legged (Sunda called Oncor). The audience / prospective dancers around the arena, sitting, squatting or standing, now at the official ceremony is always provided a chair to sit in the audience.
In the first scene in the ring accompaniment device commonly called Tatalu, namely to collect visitors, spectators, and participants. After masarakat many arriving and already assembled, starting with female dancers (Ronggeng) entered the arena, dance together around the lamp Oncor, dance movement called jajangkungan and wawayangan and his movement were set in advance, with a slow tempo rhythm.
After the opening dance performed by the Ronggeng, then followed by a dance together, namely the Ronggeng and spectators (male). Ronggeng dance with small steps and swing hand, male dancers (from audience) dancing with a diverse repertoire of motion and most of the motion Penca.
As an interlude in the dance with the usual spectacle of dance displayed by panjak (one of the men from drummers) or from the audience (if there is demand) with the appropriate motions membaku gendingnya. In this interlude scene already exists a certain rhythm patterns that membaku
gising or associated with the will of the dancer. In the event there is a scene familiar peak parebut fonggeng, namely the male dancers scrambling to dance with their prima donna Ronggeng. Tilu tap dance accompaniment device consists of a set Kendang, fiddle, three percussion, kecrek, Goong, Sinden / Ronggeng.

TITLE: Tap Dance Tilu
Headline: Tap Dance Tilu
DESCRIPTION: One of the men's styles on tap Tilu, exhibited by Yayat
Cahya (Alm), a tap dance coach Tilu Subang style.
Is presented to the foreign tourists.
Description by: Yuli Sunarya
Photographer: Enoch Atmadibrata
Source images: poto in 1982
Location of image: Studio Loka Jaya Cultural Foundation
Copyright: Foundation of Culture Jayaloka

TITLE: Tap Dance Tilu
Headline: Tap Dance Tilu
DESCRIPTION: The Ronggeng opened the event with dancing mengeliligi Oncor.
Description by: Yuli Sunarya
Photographer: Enoch Atmadibrata
Source image: photo of 1970
Location of image: Folk Arts Festival, Bandung, West Java
Copyright: Foundation of Culture Jayaloka

TITLE: Tap Dance Tilu
Headline: Tap Dance Tilu
DESCRIPTION: The Ronggeng dancing facing Oncor, this was done after
opening dance, this dance to attract the attention of prospective dancers
men.
Description by: Yuli Sunarya
Photographer: Enoch Atmadibrata
Source image: photo of 1970
Location of image: Folk Art Festival, Bandung, West Java
Copyright: Foundation of Culture Jayaloka

TITLE: Tap Dance Tilu
Headline: Serving Tilu Tap Dance
DESCRIPTION: Ronggeng dancing with male dancers. Seen here man
featuring motion Penca
Description by: Yuli Sunarya
Photographer: Enoch Atmadibrata
Source images: poto, 1970
Location of image: Folk Arts Festival, Bandung, West Java
Copyright: Foundation of Culture Jayaloka

TITLE: Tap Dance Tilu
Headline: Tap Dance Tilu
DESCRIPTION: Typical clothing worn by Ronggeng on Tap Dance Tilu.
Description by: Yuli Sunarya
Photographer: Enoch Atmadibrata
Source image: Poto, 1970
Location of image: Folk Arts Festival, Bandung, West Java
Copyright: Foundation of Culture Jayaloka



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