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Resi, Laras Ambika (2014) ESTETIKA TARI KUKILO GAYA SURAKARTA GUBAHAN S. MARIDI. Jurnal Greget, 13 (1). pp. 30-48. ISSN 1412-551X

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This research aims to uncover the aesthetic meaning of the Kukila dance through anaesthetical review in order to discover and describe: (1) the form of the Surakarta style Kukila dance which includes its theme, dancers, movements, make-up, costumes, music, and dance formation;(2) an explanation of the concept which symbolizes the form of the dance and the response of the audience; and (3) an explanation of the aesthetic meaning of the Surakarta style Kukila dance. The form of the research is qualitative descriptive. The research uses a holistic approach which places the form of the dance or its sensation as the objective factor, the concept or idea which symbolizes as the genetic factor, and the response or emotion of the audience as the affective factor in an interactive communicative study. The research places each factor in an equal position as a data source and in the activity of the analysis.The theories used for researching the Kukila dance are: (1) Theories of Aesthetics; (2) Theories of Performing Arts; (3) Theories of Symbolism; and (4) Theories of Communication. The methods used by the writer for collecting the data include: a library study, direct and indirect observation, and interviews with a number of informants. The conclusions drawn, based on the form, symbols, and emotions of the audience, are that aesthetically, the Kukila dance depicts a friendship between two kinds of birds which are agile, lively, and vivacious in character, while it functions as entertainment and can be interpreted as having content which is meaningful for character building. In its implementation, the form of the Kukila dance is expressed through the performance of presentative and representative movements which are agile, lively, and vivacious,and supported by make-up and costumes resembling the appearance of a bird, as well as dynamic music, creating a sense of harmony in a high quality work of art. The Kukila dance is essentiallya popular dance which is often learned by children in elementary school and junior high school. Keywords: Kukila dance, aesthetic, and character building

Type: Article
Not controling keyword: Kukila dance, aesthetic, character building, S.Maridi
Subject: 1. ISI Surakarta > Penciptaan dan Pengkajian Seni
Divisions: Faculty of Graduate Programs > School of Master Program (S2)
User deposit: UPT. Perpustakaan
Datestamp: 31 Jul 2017 03:07
Last mod: 31 Jul 2017 03:07

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