Social Change of Death Ritual Ceremony in Indonesia
Rosenta Girsang, Yudi Sukmayadi
Available Online February 2019.
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- social change; Simalungun; death ritual ceremony
- Sayurmatuah is one of ritual ceremony of the death of Indonesian tribes who had reached many years of living and bore offspring of men and women, who had grandsons and granddaughters and whose all children had got married. There are two in one of art performances, which is dance and music. The purpose of this article describes efforts of how to preserve the art in this rite and to discuss the changes and adaptions of gual Indonesia before Indonesia independence. Participants in this study are Simalungun art workers and Simalungun community who support the ritual ceremony of death that took place in several villages, North Sumatera, Indonesia. This study uses qualitative research with descriptive methods. Descriptive method through analysis, interview and observation. The results of this study stated that arts performance Indonesia on Simalungun’s death ritual ceremony are changes in instruments and dance, musical and dance structures as an adaptation to the dynamic of social life.
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TY - CONF AU - Rosenta Girsang AU - Yudi Sukmayadi PY - 2019/02 DA - 2019/02 TI - Social Change of Death Ritual Ceremony in Indonesia BT - Proceedings of the International Conference on Arts and Design Education (ICADE 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 310 EP - 314 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icade-18.2019.73 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icade-18.2019.73 ID - Girsang2019/02 ER -