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Folk Dances

Folk Dances

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Abaruray
Type:
Spanish Influence
Origin:
Quezon
Pronounciation:
(ah-bah-ROOH-rahy) The name of this dance came from a contraction of the words Aba and Ruray. Suchdance is performed by the girls who balances the glass of wine on their head fromwhich the young man drinks.
Alcamfor
Type:
Muslim Dance
Origin:
Leyte
Pronounciation:
(ahl-kahm-FOHR) This is a couple’s dance in which the girl holds a handkerchief laced with camphor oil,a substance that supposedly induces romance.
Aray
Type:
Spanish Influence
Origin:
Ermita, Manila
Pronounciation:
(ah-RAHY) The Aray is a Filipino form of the Spanish jota accompanied by sprightly steps. Thedance, itself, is flirtatious and involves the graceful use of tambourines by women.
Asik
 
Type:
Muslim Dance
Origin:
Lanao del Sur
Pronounciation:
(ah-SIHK) A Bagobo Festival dance wherein the girl wears long metal fingernails while holdingan umbrella and posing in doll-like motions.
Bagobo Rice Cycle
Type:
Tribal Dance
Origin:
Davao del Norte A tribal dance from the Bagobo Tribe which portrays the cycle of planting andharvesting of rice.
Balse
Type:
Spanish Influence
Origin:
Rizal
Pronounciation:
(BAHL-seh) Derived from the Spanish word "valse," that means waltz, the dance was popular inMarikina and Rizal province during the Spanish times. Balse was performed after theLutrina - a religious procession, and the music that accompanied the dancers wasplayed by the musikong bungbong or musicians using instruments made of bamboo.
Banog
 
Type:
Cordillera Dance
Origin:
Ifugao This dance depicts hunters protecting their hen and chicks in Binaylan from ahungry hawk. The hunters trap the hawk and kill it in the end.
Bendayan
Type:
Cordillera Dance
Origin:
Benguet This is a circle dance, which is being performed to celebrate the arrival of successfulheadhunters. It is also popularly known as Bendian.
Binaylan
Type:
Tribal Dance
Origin:
Agusan
Pronounciation:
(bih-NYE-lahn) This is a ritual dance, which originated from the Bagobo tribe living in the centraluplands of Mindanao, imitating the movements of a hen, her banog or baby chicks,and a hawk. The hawk is sacred and is believed that it has the power over the wellbeing of the tribe. The hawk tries to capture one of the baby chicks and is killed bythe hunters.
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gosh,,kahit papano..may pandagdag na sa 150 folk dance assignment ko..thank you sa publisher.. :)
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