Dedy Dowo sent me this photo of young Indonesians dressed for a traditional dance.
Dedy said: "They do a dance of traditional java that’s called Jaranan or Jatilan (Horse dance)."
I asked if it was performed for any specific event and Dedy wrote: "Yes it is, usually in a traditional ceremony or to celebrate a birthday and big events such us weddings, independents day of my country (soon)."
He wrote: "I don’t know exactly the name of the crowns, but in my language we call them bando and they’re made of Jasmine.
Indonesia has a lot of traditional dances from our archipelago. We have more than a hundred dances. There are no specific songs its just dance, and there are many songs that go with these dances."
I found the YouTube video below that said: The Traditional Dance call is"Jaranan Kediri":
Here’s a second video that shows people dancing to a song that Dedy said is "the dance song of jaranan. It is the famous jaranan dance in some cities in Java Island."…
Thanks for sharing this with us Dedy!
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