Robam Nesat by Khemarak Dance Troupe, see the adhering to description from Khmerguide.com:
14. Robam Nesat (Fishing Dance) This energetic people dance depicts the day-to-day existence of Khmer farmers and fishermen, who dance with regular bamboo fishing devices this sort of as the ang rut (a braided bell-like bamboo entice), and chneang, trou, lop (braided bamboo baskets). Ordinarily, fishing quarters frequently served as a assembly position significantly youthful partners. A charming courting scene finishes the piece with playful teasing among the the youthful gentlemen and females, generating this dance extremely common among the audiences these days.
The dance was choreographed in 1967 by Mr. Vann Sunshine Heng, and supervised by Prof. Chheng Phon. It was executed from 1967 right up until 1975, and has been revived considering the fact that 1979.
From Khemarak Studio Khmer People Dance DVD 2004 Chapter 06