Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Arts and Arts Education (ICAAE 2020)

Wedding Procession of Sasak Ethnic Group as Presented in the Cilokaq Text Titled ‘Ngiring Penganten’ (The Bridal Parade): A Review Based on Dilthey’s Hermeneutics

Authors
Rapi Renda, Sumaryadi, Hanifa Sa’diyah
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DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210602.001How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Sasak Ethnic Group of Lombok, Modern Cilokaq, the Song of ‘Ngiring Penganten’ (The Bridal Parade), Traditional Sasak Marriage, Dilthey’s Hermeneutics
Abstract
This research is aimed at describing the marriage custom procession of Sasak Ethnic group in Lombok, Indonesia which is represented in the modern cilokaq text titled ‘Ngiring Penganten’ (The Bridal Parade). The data on the ethnic wedding procession of Sasak ethnic group in Lombok island which are represented in modern text of ‘cilokaq’ were then internalised into the wedding procession of Sasak ethnic group of Lombok. This study of literature used content analysis that is the descriptive qualitative method. The discussion of cilokaq text ‘ngiring penganten’ is analyzed using Dilthey’s Hermeneutics. The other data used in this study also include video footage of cilokaq tradition by L. Syukri and Teguh K downloaded from YouTube. The video footage was then transcribed and analyzed to study the form of wedding procession in the Sasak ethnic group in Lombok. Findings have shown that there are several forms of traditional Lombok Sasak ethnic marriage procession contained in the modern art text of Cilokaq ‘The Bridal Parade’ by L. Syukri and Teguh K., namely: 1) ‘Memaling’ (symbolic bride kidnapping ritual), 2) ‘Ngawinang’ (the marriage), and 3) ‘Nyongkolan’ (the wedding party). All three forms of traditional rituals which are part of a traditional wedding procession include: a) Sejati or besejati, b) Selabar, c) ‘Bait wali’ (seeking consent from the guardian of the bride to witness the wedding), and d) Sorong serah (handing over the bride to the groom’s family).
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