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Bines Dance

The Story of Bines Dance

Bines, dance art that was born from restraint towards the standards of the life. The restraint was carried out by a girl who was named the Ni Malelang Ode. He was punished until dying.His mother mourned. The lament beginning of the birth Bines dance.

The linge girl with gayo traditional clothes played the movement of the bines dance, One of the dance to welcome the important guests in the cultural Gayonese tradition. Bines dance was shown during the appointment agenda of the seven house (Umah Pitu Ruang) Linge Kings,in the former royal complex of linge,Linge Subdistrict, ACeh tengah (Middle Aceh) Regency.Photo-Serambi/JALIMIN

The linge girls with gayo traditional clothes played the movement of the bines dance, One of the dance to welcome the important guests in the cultural Gayonese tradition. Bines dance was shown during the appointment agenda of the seven house (Umah Pitu Ruang) Linge King's,in the former royal complex of linge,Linge Subdistrict, ACeh Tengah (Middle Aceh) Regency.Photos-Serambi/JALIMIN

According to T Alibasyah Talsya in the Aceh book Kaya Budaya ( rich in Cultural ) (1972) The  bines dance was played by several people of the girls. The story of the beginning of the birth of this dance began with the incident that was full of the disgrace. The disgrace struck the Ni Malelang Ode, that was already done made adultery with a young man.

He was afterwards whipped with the whip punishment, because of could not keep this lashing, the Ani Malelang Ode died and made his mother mourn his trip.The mother of the Ni Malelang Ode, really was stricken, in his sorrow that was covered by the sadness and the embarrassed feeling resulting from the conduct of his child, the mother mourned and asked for compassion in front of the crowd while going a step for the sake of a step surrounded his child’s body.The sadness the mother made people around it be touched, then one by one the relative, the neighbours as well as people who took part in being sad in the place. They continued to follow the mother mourned while surrounding the body of the Ni Malelang Ode. According to Talsya, the mother’s lament when surrounding the body of the Ni Malelang Ode the beginning of birth Bines dance.

Started from the incident, the step in the mothers surrounded the body of the Ni Malelang Ode afterwards to a dance that continued developed various changes, the dance that afterwards was named bines. The lament of the mothers was replaced with poems and sadness poems, that contained advices that were useful in the life of the community.

The dance bines was begun denan the Bismillah statement, his dancers put on typical clothes the area that was supplemented with various asesoris, beginning with the form of the bun that was decorated with the flower and various flowers. Dipinggang the dancers were tied cloth like batik cloth. While dancing and being involved in coiling, the dancers continued to write poetry and bersajak. The contents from the poem and the poem this touched on various aspects of the life.

The bines dance came from Blangkerejeren Gayo lues Regency.Photos-Flick

The bines dance came from Blangkerejeren Gayo lues Regency.Photos-Flickr

Apart from being played by the women, bines was also was played by the man who was acknowledged as Sining Bines. The movement of the dance sining bines almost completely was the same as the dance bines, that is involved in coiling while writing poetry. With these poems of the spectators was reminded about essence of social life that must submit to the law and the current standard.

Bines Dance.Photograph-Serambi/JALIMIN

Bines Dance In the appointment agenda "Umah Pitu Ruang" in Linge.Photos-Serambi/JALIMIN

In the development bines and sining bines began to be put by other stories in his poem in accordance with the demand of time and the intention showed without changing his original form that has been known by the community.

That distinguished bines with sining bines was only in sining bines, the men who danced while being involved in coiling, from time to time together stamping foot to the floor in a varying and rhythmic manner. This stamping as if darkened Lament in his poem; the lament that became the birth origin bines. With stamping foot this as though the dancers reminded the spectator that the sadness must not always be dealt with the tear. (www.uranggayo.wordpress.com)

One Response to “Bines Dance”

  1. Wonderful, Go forward


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