Genjek

  • Balinese music art form. Originally from Karangasem (East Bali). Men would sing these kind of songs after they had had enough palm wine (tuak). Sometimes without any instruments; sometimes with a flute. The rhythm is made by the word of "pung" sung by one of the group. Genjek is usually done sitting down, with dance movements of upper body and arms. This type of music is now also being performed at festivals in other parts of Bali.
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genjek
Kasar
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Halus
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Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Genjek performance by a group from Seraya Barat.

children from Jungutan (Bebandem) during their stay as evacuees in Tenganan Dauh Tukad.

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  1. Olbes Fc Hilang Ingatan
  2. www.tenganandauhtukad.com