Pamindo Mask Dance

11-08-2011 Cirebon Regencies 26773 viewed

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Pamindo said, among artists Cirebon mask, derived from the word Pindo, it means both. Pindo said, are generally highly related to the order of presentation of the Cirebon mask itself, which means also the same as the presentation of the dance part (half) second. However, special mask Losari style, the dance actually danced in the first part and is described as a figure Sutrawinangun Panji. Sejong's mask in the style of mask dance is not known specifically Panji, Panji danced as a mask in the mask lakonan.
Character mask dance is flirtatious or ganjen (bhs. Jw. Cirebon), together with the character in the story Purwa Samba. Therefore, this dance is also often called the mask of Samba. Movement is nimble and described someone who was growing up, cheerful, and full of joy. That is why the movement is like a mask dance in a hurry (hurry), similar to the behavior and life of a young child.
In the show-style mask mask Menor from the Teak, Cipunagara, Subang, Pamindo mask is divided into two parts, namely Pamindo (white mask) and Samba Abang (red cover). The style looks like this is also owned by the mastermind behind the mask of Pekandangan Rasinah and Carpan of Cibereng, Indramayu. In other areas, such as the appearance is not found. The name of the song accompanying the same as the name of the dance, namely pamindo. In Slangit, the name of the song is called lion dance accompanist Kawung.
Sources : Toto Amsar Suanda

 



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