Erotic Triangles: Sundanese Dance and Masculinity in West Java (Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology)

Erotic Triangles: Sundanese Dance and Masculinity in West Java (Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology)
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Erotic Triangles: Sundanese Dance and Masculinity in West Java (Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology) Description

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In West Java, Indonesia, just a woman’s voice and a drum beat to make a man get up and dance. Every day, when men-whether or not students, rickshaw drivers, civil servants, businessmen or ordinary criminal standards of decency and falling rhythms of village ceremonies, the weddings, political rallies, and clubs. The men of the music danced to range of standard gong ensembles for contemporary pop dangdut referred to as, but they danced with excellent enthusiasm. The Erotic Triangles Henry Spiller draws on decades of ethnographic analysis to investigate the reasons of this phenomenon and argues that ladies use Sundanese dance to discover and adopt the contradictions in their gender identities.
Develop 3 key elements of dance-Sundanese girls artists, drums and a sense of freedom of men, like a triangle, which connects Spiller a number of other theoretical perspectives, drawing on thinkers from Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Levi-Strauss, and Friday Erotic Triangles: Sundanese Dance and Masculinity in West Java (Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology)

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