The are many kind of baris dance. One of them, batis jangkar is originally coming from Nusa Penida. The dancers of the Baris Jangkang all dance with a wooden stick, but they dont wear the traditional Baris costume. The male dancers perform in rows armed with spears and dressed in sacred cloth called Kamben Cepuk. The Baris Jangkang consists of three parts. The first part of this dance in Balinese is called Gelatik nuwut papah, in English is the little Java Sparrow (Padda oryzivora) hopping over the stem and midrib of a palm leaf.
The second part of the dance is called (Goak maling taluh) (Crow stealing the eggs), and the third part is called Elo, where the dancer impersonates a drunken and confused person waving his head to and fro as though he is about to die. The performance shown here represents the crow that is after the eggs.
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