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GAMBUH DANCE
 
People belive that all Balinese dance-form is derived from the Gambuh, the oldest classical dance in Bali, probably introduced at the time of the Majapahit culture as the language used is the fourteenth century Javanese. At a hauntingly slow tempo, the gambuh dance drama tells episodes from the story of Panji's search for his beloved in the kingdom of Eastern Java. Now retained in only a few villages (notably Batuan and Pedungan), the gambuh combines the best of both female and male Balinese dancing. An unusual feature is the use of long bamboo flutes instead of the complete set of gamelan and gongs
 
 
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