Traditional Malay Theatre

oleh Ghulam Sarwar Yousof

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ISBN: 978-967-0685-71-7

Muka Surat: 200

Saiz: 5.5x8.5

Tarikh Terbit: 1 May 2015

Kategori: Bahasa

Imprint: PTS Akademia

The papers appearing in this volume cover a representative range of traditional Malay genres including main puteri, the most important Malay shaman ritual, several proto-theatre forms, the shadow play (wayang kulit), mak yong as well as the Thai-Malay dance-theatre form known as menora or nora chatri. Issues related to origins, and the historic and aesthetic connections with genres in neighbouring countries are raised in several papers, while others examine the functions of specific genres. Also discussed are transformations that rural genres such as mak yong have experienced as they move away from the traditional setting to new urban contexts such as the national theatre. In addition several of the papers deal with the sources of dramatic repertoire including the Ramayana and Mahabharata in their local versions.



Preface 3 Indigenous Mythology and Traditional Malay Theatre 5 The Ramayana and the Mahabharata as Sources  of Repertoire in Traditional Southeast Asian Theatre 30 Islamic Elements in Traditional Indonesian  and Malay Theatre 51 Mythology and Folk Islam: The Malaysian Context,  With Special Reference to Traditional Malay Theatre 68 The Story of the Golden Shell Prince in Traditional Malay Theatre 84 Some Forms Of Malay Proto-Theatre 100 Some Forms of Malay Proto-Theatre 117 On the Possible Origins of the Malay Shadow Play and its Relationship With the Shadow Plays of Southeast Asia 142 A Previously Unknown Version of the Ramayana  From Kedah, Malaysia 161 Ruminations on the Origins and Functions of the  Mak Yong Dance Theatre 176 Mak Yong and the Notion of Malayness 205 From Kampung to Istana Budaya: Transformation  of Mak Yong, an Ancient Form of Malay Theatre 220 Nora Chatri in Kedah 234 References 246 Dato’  Dr. Ghulam-Sarwar Yousof 253

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