undergraduate thesis
Bellydance

Ivana Isabella Grdić (2016)
University of Pula
Department of Interdisciplinary, Italian and Cultural Studies
Metadata
TitleTrbušni ples
AuthorIvana Isabella Grdić
Mentor(s)Fulvio Šuran (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Rad proučava trbušni ples od samih početaka pa do danas. Motivi plesa su različiti od obrednih, svečani, društveni, estetski i dr. Ples je umjetnost koja ne poznaje granice, njenim se pokretima izražavaju sve emocije, možemo reći da je društvena aktivnost prisutna u cijelome svijetu. U starom Egiptu ples je bio neophodan dio kulture. Pa su ga svrstali u 6 kategorija: religiozni plesovi, nereligiozni svečani plesovi, haremski plesovi, plesovi za gozbe, borbeni plesovi, ulični plesovi. Bio je razvijen u Indiji, na bliskom Istoku, u Turskoj, Africi, kasnije se počeo širiti i Europom. Plesačice su bile različitih profila od haremskih pa do uličnih. Haremski plesovi bili su znatno profinjeniji od onih uličnih. Izvodili su se na više načina: kao solo ples, ples u dvoje, ples u troje i kao grupni ples. Plesačice koje su žene zabavljale glazbom i plesom nazivale su se Chengi. One su bile iznimno popularne zabavljačice. Migrirajući sve južnije u Egipat, romske Chengi plesačice postaju sve slobodnije u svojim nastupima i počinju nastupati i pred muškom publikom. Tada dobivaju novi naziv Gawazee plesačice. Gawazee plesačice su bile profesionalne, putujuće plesačice koje su zarađivale mnogo novaca. Žene su plesom uzdržavale obitelj, priskrbljivale sredstva i slavu, i slavom i dobar brak. Oblačile su svilu i nosile bogat nakit oko gležnjeva, ruku, vrata, te novčića na čelu i rinčice u nosu. U Egiptu učene plesačice dobivaju naziv Ahmel. Kako su se razvijale plesačice tako su se razvijali i mnogobrojni plesni stilovi, a neki od njih su: egipatski stil, turski stil, tribal stil, romski stil,Indijski stil, hawaiiski te afro-brazilski stil. Različiti stilovi plešu na različite načine koristeći saiidi, krila, svijećnjak,činelice,veo,talambas. Kroz povijest pa sve do danas možemo pratiti kako se razvijela glazba i nakit te naravno plesni kostimi ali i same plesačice. Danas najbolju sliku te Istočnjačke kulture možemo pratiti kroz Bellydance Evolution by Jillina Carlano i njezin tim plesača koji pokrivaju sva plesna područja i tehnike, uz muziku i kostime. Putujući po svijetu održavaju seminare i prenose tu kulturu.
Keywordsdance belly dance women
Parallel title (English)Bellydance
Committee MembersAndrea Matošević (committee chairperson)
Fulvio Šuran (committee member)
Aleksandra Rotar (committee member)
GranterUniversity of Pula
Lower level organizational unitsDepartment of Interdisciplinary, Italian and Cultural Studies
PlacePula
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Economics
Trade and Tourism
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeCulture and Tourism
Academic title abbreviationuniv. bacc. turism. cult.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-30
Parallel abstract (English)
This paper is about belly dance from the very beginning until today. Dance is an art that knows no boundaries, its movements are expressing all the emotions, we can say that social activity is present in the whole world. Dance guarantees joy and inspiration and has a favorable psychotherapeutic effects and positive impact on physical health. In ancient Egypt the dance was an essential part of the culture. So they divided into 6 categories: religious dances, non-religious ceremonial dances, harem dances, dances for the feast, fighting dances, street dances. Belly dance was developed in India, the Middle East, Turkey, Africa, later began to spread through Europe. Dancers were different profiles of the harem to the street dance.Harem women were decorated and educated both in dance and music (played the harp and others. Instruments). Harem dances were much more sophisticated than the street. Were carried out in several ways: as a solo dance, dance for two, three and dancing in a group dance. Dancers that women are entertained with music and dancing, were known as Cheng. They were extremely popular entertainers. Migratory all south in Egypt, Roma Cheng dancers are becoming more freely in their performances and they started performing in front of a male audience. Then get a new name Gawazee dancers. Gawazee translated from Egyptian means winners heart. Gawazee dancers were professional, traveling dancers who were earning a lot of money. The women dance support the family, supplied the funds and fame, and glory, and a good marriage. They wore silk and rich jewelry worn around the ankles, hands, neck, and coins on the forehead and earrings in the nose. Such learned dancers get a new name Ahmel. How did they evolve so dancers have evolved and numerous dance styles, and some of them are: the Egyptian style, Turkish style, tribal style, gypsy style, Indian style, hawaiiski and Afro-Brazilian style. Various styles of dance in different ways using saiidi, wings, candlestick, zills, veil, kettle drum. Throughout history up until today can be traced to the develop music and jewelry, and of course dance costumes but also the dancers. Today the best picture and Eastern culture can be traced through Bellydance Evolution by Jillina Carlano and her team of dancers covering all areas of dance and technique, with music and costumes. Travelling around the world hold seminars and transmit this culture.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)ples trbušni ples žena
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:137:007648
CommitterIvana Gradinščak