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The Popularity of Waranggana Tayub Malang through Body Exploitation
Harmonia: Journal of Arts Research and Education
Tayub is a Ronggeng type of dance performance. It is widely performed in Javanese regions. Originally, Tayub functioned as a fertility ritual; then it developed as entertainment. The growth of Tayub in Malang in the 1950s was intended for identity and the main dancer called Tandak was changed to Waranggana. As a result, there was a transformation in the form of the dancer's body: (1) exploring body-initiating identity, (2) manipulating the body through magical effect, and (3) body consumptivedoi:10.15294/harmonia.v14i2.3288 fatcat:mswyqvl5njhypgmeh4m3xp4c2m