Adeg-adeg - Tari Sunda

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The name of an attitude of "standing" in Sundanese dance, generally performed with both feet not parallel: one more forward about 30 or 45 degrees. Although both knees bent, feet propped on the back more and more bent (embrace) than those in front. Each character dance, leyep (whole, refined), handsome, and women, having feet the size of the distance and the embrace's different - so each dancer to adjust to the feelings or comfort each. Another term for adeg-adeg are horses, pairs or pairs of horses.

Sources: Endo Suanda 



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