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7 Indonesian cultural heritage worldwide

1. Puppet

Puppet (4hdwallpapers) Puppet (4hdwallpapers)
Puppet recognized by UNESCO as a cultural heritage of Indonesia in 2003. puppet as “Masterpieces of World Cultures” which is recognized by UNESCO not only Java but wayang puppet Indonesia, including Bali puppet, puppet show Sunda, Lombok puppets, etc. The stories are played out story about gods, martial arts, romance and heroism that the show is always accompanied by gamelan music. Puppeteer in a puppet show is very good at bringing the emotional thrill audiences ranging from war to a funny story that brought the puppeteer to make the audience laugh. 1950-1960s year is the heyday puppet recognized researchers West, as the most beautiful in the world of performing arts.

2. Angklung

Angklung (Indonesian-tradition) Angklung (Indonesian-tradition)
Angklung is a musical instrument multitortal (dual tone) that is traditionally grown in society. Speak Sundanese in western part of Java island. This instrument made of bamboo, rung by shaken (noise caused by the collision body bamboo pipes). Resulting in a sound that vibrates in the composition of 2.3 tones, up to four tones in each small size.

Indonesian angklung has received official recognition from UNESCO as part of the cultural heritage. No objects or intangible cultural heritage. Official handover certificate is held in Jakarta, on January 19, 2011. The certificate was handed over by the former Ambassador to UNESCO Tresna Generous Kunaefi to the national education minister Muhammad Nuh. Taufik stated angklung favored overseas. Countries such as Korea, Japan and Malaysia. Has introduced angklung in children of school age.

3. Kris

Keris (indoneesia-tourism) Keris (indoneesia-tourism)
UNESCO declared Keris as a “Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity” on 25 November 2005. Indonesia Keris is a traditional weapon which is believed to contain supernatural powers. The kings of the archipelago makes a dagger into heirloom weapons. Keris has been used since the 9th century made with metal and the handle is made of bone, horn or wood. Keris is made from high quality metal. Ancient Keris even the metal came from a meteor that fell to earth. The researchers said that the ancient kris containing titanium metal element of a new material in the 20th century used as a coating material vehicle outer space, but it turns out the MPU kris makers have to find it first as a keris.

4. Batik

Batik (erulsimple) Batik (erulsimple)
Indonesian batik as a World Cultural Heritage (World Heritage). Batik is produced by the process of writing a picture or decoration on any media using hot wax using canting. Batik is usually drawn on cotton and silk. Batik art has been known since the time of the kingdom of Majapahit and continues to grow to the kingdom and later kings. According to Prof. Yohanes Surya, PhD, physicist Indonesia, Batik painting is about the nature and dynamics. In contrast to the naturalist painters who paint nature exactly like what he saw, the creator of batik painting nature of the deeper side. Batik creator looking for the basic pattern of a phenomenon he sees it. From this basic pattern coupled with a few simple rules, the creators can produce batik painting batik. It takes a genius to see the basic pattern and look for this rule.

5. Tari Saman

Saman (theglobejournal) Saman (theglobejournal)
Tari Saman Gayo is a dance that is usually displayed to celebrate important events in custom. Saman dance uses poetry in Arabic and Gayo. In some literature mentions Saman dance of Aceh was established and developed by Sheikh Saman, a scholar who comes from Gayo in Aceh Tenggara. Saman dance is one dance that is quite unique, because they only show the motion clapping other movements, such as motion shaking, kirep, Lingang, surang-strain (all of this movement is the language Gayo) Tari Saman Gayo Lues and surrounding areas in Aceh Province officially recognized and included in the list of intangible cultural heritage that needs urgent protection of UNESCO, the annual grand session attended by more than 500 delegates from 69 countries, international NGOs, experts and media culture in Bali on 22 to 29 November 2011,.

6. Kecak

Kecak (kebudayaanindonesia) Kecak (kebudayaanindonesia)
Kecak is usually referred to as the dance “smack” or dance of fire (Fire Dance) is a dance show mass or entertainment and tends as a ballet that is the art of drama and dance because all describe the art of the role of “The play puppet” like Rama Sita and not specifically used in Hindu religious rituals like worship, temple ceremony and other ceremonies.

Form – a form of “Sacred” in Kecak is usually indicated in terms kerauhan or masolah that is magically immune so it does not burn by the fire.

Unlike other Balinese dance using the gamelan as a musical accompaniment, but in this Kecak dance performance only combines the art of sound – the sound of the mouth or cries – cries such as “cak cak cak cak to all” so that this dance called Kecak.

7. reog Ponorogo

Reog Ponorogo (kebudayaanindonesia) reog Ponorogo (kebudayaanindonesia)
Reog is one of the artistic culture that originated from East Java northwestern and Ponorogo regarded as hometown reog truth. Ponorogo city gates decorated by Warok and gemblak figure, two figures who have appeared at the time reog displayed. Reog is one of the local culture in Indonesia is still very thick with things that are mystical and powerful mysticism.

Reog similar Ponorogo dance is danced in Malaysia called Dance Barongan but has elements of Islam. This dance also use masks sudden peacock, which is headed tiger mask topped with peacock feathers. Descriptions and photos of the dance is shown in the official website of the Ministry of Culture Arts and Heritage Malaysia.

The controversy arises because the sudden peacock mask on the official site there are the words “Malaysia”, and recognized as a community heritage Javanese descent are numerous in Batu Pahat, Johor and Selangor, Malaysia. This sparked protests various parties in Indonesia, including artists Ponorogo reog origin stating that copyright Reog been listed under number 026 377, dated February 11, 2004, and thus known by the Minister of Justice and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia. It was also found that the sudden peacock information seen on the official website of the craftsmen is made in Ponorogo. Thousands of artists reog had demonstrated in front of the Malaysian Embassy in Jakarta. Indonesian government said it would further investigate the matter.

In late November 2007, the Malaysian Ambassador to Indonesia Datuk Zainal Abidin Muhammad Zain stated that the Government of Malaysia has never claimed reog Ponorogo as the country’s indigenous culture. Reog called “Barongan” in Malaysia can be found in Johor and Selangor, as carried by the Javanese people who migrated to the country before the embodiment of Indonesia, making migrant was never the people of indonesia.