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TRANSKRIPSI STRUKTUR PENYAJIAN LAKON RABINE PANJI PADA KELOMPOK WAYANG TOPENG TRADISI KEDUNGMONGGO MALANG Suprihatin, Endang Wara Suprihatin; Pratamawati, Dyah; Wahyuningtyas, Tri; Hartono, Hartono
Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya Vol 44, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Fakultas Sastra Universitas Negeri Malang

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Malang is popular with one of its traditional dance that is Malang Puppet Mask (Wayang Topeng Malang, shortened into WTM). WTM has several characteristics, they are: (1) retelling Panji stories; (2) all dancers wear puppet mask with its own characters; (3) puppet master is usually performed by male and is responsible to tell stories and narrate the dialogs; (4) the stage has its definite patterns and cannot be changed according to the puppet master’s will. Panji’s stories and narration are based on folk lore so that the form and the structure are based on the puppet master’s memories, perception and variation, WTM artists, and the society. Sanggar Asmoro Bangun as one of WTM groups, located in Kedungmonggo village, Malang District, presents the dance into two versions, they are: (1) full duration to perform Rabine Panji (Panji’s Marroage); and (2) short version in performing Rabine Panji. Both versions influence several aspects in performing the dances, such as, the structure, the time, the scenes and the music.
CONSERVATION STRATEGY IN PRESERVING THE LOCAL IMAGE EXISTENCE OF WAYANG TOPENG Suprihatin, Endang Wara; Pratamawati, Dyah
Harmonia: Journal of Arts Research and Education Vol 19, No 2 (2019): (Nationally Accredited, December 2019)
Publisher : Department of Drama, Dance, and Musik (Sendratasik), Semarang State University

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This research studies the strategic conservation efforts to preserve the local image of wayang topeng or mask puppet as a traditional art performance. Ten years into the 21st century shows a great effort from the artists who joined the Wayang Topeng Malang dance studio, Asmorobangun led by Tri Handaya (43), in preserving its existence. This research studies the strategy carried out in preserving the association?s existence so it can continue, not only wayang topeng as traditional art performance but also as the professions of its artist. The efforts carried out shows an action which is systematic and modern. Therefore, the researcher is interested in exploring Tri Handaya?s effort in preserving wayang topeng communities to be able to hold monthly regular performances, establishing cooperation with the government and private sector, and serving various training for general public. Research method used was qualitative approach of single instrumental case study, which is Sanggar Wayang Topeng Asmorobangun. Data was collected with the use of interview, observation, and documentation. Data verification to establish validity was using source and method triangulation. Research results show that there are three strategic aspects in preserving local image: (1) following the tradition patterns of its predecessors, (2) conducting training for young generations, (3) designing an extensive promotional media and building relationships with stakeholders.