Likok Pulo dance

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Likok Pulo dance is dance that comes from Aceh. This dance was born around 1849, was created by a parson an old Arab who came from out at sea and stranded on Pulo Aceh. This dance was held after the planting of rice or rice after the harvest, usually held on a first night, even if you can walk dance dipertandingkan whole night until morning. Dance played a seated position “bersimpuh”, “berbanjar”, shoulder or shoulder.

A key called cèh among players. Two people penabuh rapa'i or behind the left and right players. While the dance movement is only getting the top of the body, body, hands and head. Dance movement, in principle, is the movement by the body, skills, or equality with uniformity enable hands together in the future, to the left or right, up, and around to the back of the front, with the tempo began to slow to fast.

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