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Serimpi Dance

             Serimpi dance is a type of traditional dances of Central Java Regional. This dance is performed by four dancers who were all women. This amount is in accordance with the meaning of the word meaning serimpi 4. According Kanjeng Brongtodiningrat, the composition of the four dancers as symbols of the four compass points Toya (water), Grama (fire), wind (air) and Earth (ground). While the role name is a Batak, Gulu, and Buncit Dhada pillar symbolizing the Hall.
Dr. Priyono who associated with the root of the word "Impi" or a dream. Serimpi graceful dance movements that lasted up to 1 ¾ hours were considered capable of bringing the audience into another world (the dream). That said, the emergence of dance serimpi begins Mataram heyday, when Sultan Agung ruled between 1613-1646. And this dance is considered sacred because it is only performed within the palace as a ritual of state until the warning Rise Sultan Throne.

But in 1775, when it broke into the Sultanate of Mataram Sultanate of Yogyakarta and Surakarta, dance serimpipun then divided into two streams of the style of the Sultanate of Yogyakarta and Surakarta Sultanate style. Dance in the Sultanate of Yogyakarta serimpi classified into serimpi Babul screen, serimpi Dhempel, serimpi Genjung. While in the Sultanate of Surakarta classified into serimpi Anglir serimpi Chance and Mariah.
                 As a classical dance at the palace of Yogyakarta, has been a dance serimpi adhiluhung art and considered a heritage palace. Dance theme is displayed on serimpi describing the dispute between two opposites that between good and evil, right and wrong, human reason and human passion. Expression in the dance battle was apparent in the same movement of soldiers supported by two pairs of properties of small weapons such as dagger or cundrik, jebeng, spear, arrow and gun.

Costume bridal costume used was the daughter of the sultan's palace with dodotan and coil motif bowl as a headdress. But with changing times has been switched to "seredan cloth" and a sleeveless shirt with a frayed feather headdress cassowary and fried bun with flower ornaments and jebehan. (Sumarti)Sources: online media

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