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93913727
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【ミレニアムカウントダウン】KIRIBATI: E8. MILLENNIUM CELEBRATIONS: DAWN (5)
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動画:AP/アフロ
日付
1999年12月31日
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RM(ライツマネージド)
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H264
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29.97 fps
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666.37 秒
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KIRIBATI: E8. MILLENNIUM CELEBRATIONS: DAWN (5)
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English/Nat Kiribati was the first country to witness the sunrise of the New Millennium - 22 minutes ahead of the Chatham Islands in New Zealand. The Dawn celebration was marked by dancers and singers symbolically embracing the new sunrise with a brief message of hope to the world from President Teburoro Tito The first dawn of the new Millennium. The choir are seated cross-legged on the beach in rows, facing forward. Their leader is standing in their midst, leading a slow chant sung by the whole choir - "This is a special time, A time of peace, As we await the birth. Be awake - be ready to meet the new dawn." Then the choir began singing. UPSOUND: (Choir singing) "We are here, we will be the sea. It will rise through the sea. From a place where no man has been. This little island - alone in this huge ocean. So beautiful,so plentiful in its treasures, So far from everyone" The younger members of the choir rise and perform a stick game - called "Te Karanga." These stick dances are designed to test the hand and eye coordination of the dancers. The leader calls different variations of the dance to catch the players out. These games are very popular with children and young people in the village - the dance will move from one end of a village to the other as people join in. An older woman performs a solo dance- the dance of the frigate bird. The words and movement express the way the frigate floats with the wind and dives for fish to feed its young. Many Kiribati dances reflect both the spiritual and the natural world. A great deal of magic is involved in the preparation of music and dance, and the appearance of the frigate bird is one sign that success will be achieved. The frigate is also the national bird of Kiribati. This old woman dancing is a grandmother, who was taught by her father - a famous choreographer. This is the first time she has performed in the 16 years since her father died. All the choir and dancers chant in unison calling on everyone to be ready and as they sit, young women dancers move forward. Their dance has two interpretations. It symbolises the passage of a canoe through the reef. Yet the words are those of a lover awaiting her beloved - in this case the rising sun. UPSOUND: "Come closer - I am waiting - come to me - don't delay". The moment of sunrise is signalled by three blasts on a conch shell. As the solar glow appears on the horizon, the dancers begin to flirt with the sun. Their words are those of re-united lovers. UPSOUND: 'My heart rejoices at the eagerness of your arrival. I saw you winking from afar, and now I am safe and secure in the warmth of your embrace. Hold me forever." The actions entice the sun to come closer and closer and are meant to be provocative. They test the power of their magic and charm. The President, surrounded by old men in traditional costume, welcomes the new dawn. The choir are all standing facing forward and immediately start Te Kamei - a ly all- male dance. The dance consists of very masculine movements - much slapping, stamping, and quick movements of their bodies. Te Buki - literally means "The Buttocks", Young women wearing heavy long grass skirts begin a dance which ends with the dancers throwing their skirts to head height. Guitars break into the final song which is loud, vigorous and joyful. All are seated in an inward-facing circle - high solo voices are a counterpart to the main chorus. There is great energy and a degree of improvised chaos. The dancers have travelled thousands of miles to this tiny island to greet the new Millennium. Their song celebrates their happiness, their pride and their success. Kiribati, South Pacific - January 1, 2000 MX 1. Various beach scenes 2. Various of dancers applying decorative white sand 3. Full seated choir 4. UPSOUND: Choir singing 5. Various youngers playing stick game - called "Te Karanga" 6. Older woman performing dance - the dance of the frigate bird. 7. Choir and dancers. 8. Choir sits, dancers emerge. 9. UPSOUND: Choir singing 10. Sunrise, heralded by three blasts on conch shell 11. Various dancers 12. UPSOUND: President welcoming the dawn 13. Choir dances 14. Grass-skirted young women dance 15. Guitars play 16. Ceremony ends
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