Kecak Dance or Kecak Dance Arts is a dance originating from Bali Indonesia, Kecak Dance is performed by many [dozens or more] of the male dancers who are sitting in rows in a circle and with a certain rhythm and chanting "cak" and raised his arm. The dancers are sitting in a circle is wearing a plaid fabric like a chessboard around their waist. Besides the dancers, there are other dancers who portray the characters of Ramayana like Rama, Shinta, Ravana, Hanuman and Sugriva.
Unlike other Balinese dance gamelan music as an accompaniment to use but the Kecak dance performances are only combines the art of sound - the sound of the mouth or cries - cries like "cak cak cak cak to the" so-called dance Kecak dance.
Added by TariKecak.com, Kecak dance is to be found in several places in Bali, but that in Uluwatu is the most interesting to watch because of its attractions together with a sunset or sunset.
Kecak was created in the 1930s by Wayan Limbak who worked with German painter Walter Spies Sanghyang traditions and parts of the story of Ramayana. Wayan Limbak popularizing this dance while traveling the world with his troupe of Balinese dancers.
In addition to the story of Ramayana, there are a few titles and themes are often staged as Kecak: Kecak Subali and Sugriva, was created in 1976, and Kecak Dewa Ruci, was created in 1982. Both were the work of Mr. I Wayan Dibia.