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Research Paper | Arts and Humanities | Indonesia | Volume 7 Issue 9, September 2018
The Symbolic Meaning of Dance Equipment Seblang in Traditional Ceremony Seblang in Village Olehsari District Glagah, Banyuwangi
Yolandha Intan Pranitisari
Abstract: The purposes of this research are (1) to describe seblang dance equipment in tradional ceremony of seblang, (2) to describe simbolic meaning the equipments of seblang dance in traditional ceremony of seblang in Olehsari Village, District of Glagah, Banyuwangi. This research use qualitatif and describtif method. The prosedure of collecting data are doing by observation, interview, and documentation. The analisis of data started from colecting data, reduction, presentation of data, and also conclusion. Checking the validity of the data is done by source triangulation, and method triangulation. The result of this research show that (1) crown acesories crown acesories, fashion, cosmetology, property, and offerings (2) the symbolic meaning of crown accessories depict human life and had a message specifically in order to do good, the symbolic meaning of fashion, that the jarit gajah Oling which is a message to people to always remember God, the symbolic meaning of cosmetology at andheng-andheng a picture of human nature that must be corrected, the symbolic meaning of seblang dance property is a picture of trust Olehsari villagers to success, the symbolic meaning of peras offerings and parabungkil depicting olehsari villagers majority of farmers who reap success, symbolic meaning of incense, which must scent the services of ancestral spirits, symbolic meaning pitcher, that we must always remember our origins formed from the ground.
Keywords: simbolic meaning, seblang dance, Banyuwangi
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 9, September 2018,
Pages: 1020 - 1024
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