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Province. This is performed in social gatherings

and other festivities celebrating important events
like the canao, a thanksgiving or a wedding. For
accompaniment are played 3 gangsa or gongs,
which include the tobtob (a 10-inch diameter gong
beaten with the open palms) and the hibat (gongs
played by beating the inner surface with a piece of

Dinuyya is a festival dance from Lagawe, Mt.


Uno) is a tribal dance performed by
the Bagobo people of Davao del Sur. To the
Bagobo, the dance is
called MiyamasnengOmmoy. Ommoy is a
Bagobo term for the rice grains without

Bagobo Rice Cycle (also known as Sugod


Itik-itik is a mimetic folk dance in The

Philippines. It originated in the province
of Surigao in Mindanao. In Itik-itik (from
the Tagalog word for "duck"), the dance steps
imitate the movements of ducks among rice
paddies and swamplands, such as wading,
flying, and short, choppy steps. Itik-itik's
current form originated in the Philippine towns

ofCarrascal, Cantilan, Lanuza, and Carmen,

all in Surigaodel Sur. Other versions of the
dance do exist, although the ItikitikSurigaonon remains the most popular.
These alternate versions are found
in Visayas, Samar, Sibonga, Cebu, and


Alcamfor dance features a girl's handkerchief that

is supposedly scented with alkampor or naphtalene
balls. The dance is also
called PandanggohanPanyo. Pieces of clothing
(dainty handkerchiefs or scarves included) were
kept inside wooden boxes in the olden days. Often,
two to three balls of alkampor were placed inside

these boxes to keep rats away or to prevent the

clothings from smelling like tuum, with the pungentaromatic smell it leaves on the clothing. Wearing
clothes with strong alkampor smell is thought to be
a "head turner", especially with the "romance
inducing" powers of the alkampor, according to


Mudra-ay isangsimboliko o
ritwalnagalawsa Hinduismo at Budismo.[1]Bagamanangilangmgamudr ay
kinasasangkutanngbuongkatawan, angkaramihan ay isinasagawangmgakamay at mgadaliri.
Angmudr ay isangespiritwalnagalaw at
isangselyongenerhitikongautentisidadnaginagamitsaikonograpiya at
kasanayangespiritwalngmga relihyong Indian at mgatradisyonng Dharma at Taoismo.
Angisangdaan at walongmga mudra angginagamitsamga regular na tantrikong ritwal.[3]


Kabuki-is an art form rich in showmanship. It

involves elaborately designed costumes, eye-catching make-up, outlandish wigs, and arguably
most importantly, the exaggerated actions performed by the actors. The highly-stylized
movements serve to convey meaning to the audience; this is especially important since an oldfashioned form of the Japanese language is traditionally being used, which is difficult even for
some Japanese people to understand.
Source :

Noh (Ngaku) - ay
isangmahalaganganyongklasikongmusikalnaHaponesna drama natinatanghalnanoong pang ika14 nasiglo. Kasamang halos katuladna kygen, lumagoitobilangngiba'tibang popular, katutubo at
aristokartikonganyongsining, kasamanaditoang Dengaku, Shirabyoshi, at Gagaku. Kahitnaang
Noh ay pinayamanngmatagalngmaramingsiglo, makikitanggalingitosaNuo, (, ) ng Dinastiyang
Tang, Sarugaku (mulasamga "musikalng Wu" natradisyonngmgaiba'tibangdinastiyangInstik), at


Gamelan -is a traditional musical

ensemble from Indonesia, typically from the islands ofJava and Bali, featuring a variety
of instruments such as metallophones, xylophones,kendang (drums) and gongs; bamboo flutes,
bowed and plucked strings. Vocalists may also be included. For most Indonesians, gamelan
music is an integral part of Indonesian culture.

WayangKulit - he wayang is a flat or round

puppets used for shows in Java.Thewayangkulit is the flat one and it is made with buffalo
leather. They are manipulated behind a white screen with a back light, so the attendance can see
them as shadow puppets.
A wayang performance is also a great place to listen to a Gamalan orchestra which always comes
along with the play.