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BASIC DANCE STEPS

BLEKING
TOUCH STEP
SLIDE STEP
CROSS STEP
CLOSE STEP
SWING STEP
HOP STEP
P H Y S I C A L E D U C A T I O N I I I
FOLK DANCE
Are dances that are developed by people
that reflect the life of the people of a
certain country or region.

P H Y S I C A L E D U C A T I O N I I I
ETHNIC DANCE
The terms "ethnic" and "traditional" are used
when it is required to emphasize the cultural
roots of the dance. In this sense, nearly all
folk dances are ethnic ones.

P H Y S I C A L E D U C A T I O N I I I
Philippine Folk Dance
1. BANGA (Kalinga)

The Banga or pot dance is a


contemporary performance of
Kalinga of the Mountain
Province in the Philippines.
Costume/materials
-Banga
-Dikin
-Muslim dress for Girls
2. Maglalatik (Biñan, Laguna)
A mock-war dance that
demonstrates a fight between
the Moros and the Christians
over the prized latik or
This dance is also shown to
pay tribute to the town’s
patron saint, San Isidro
Labrador.
Costume/Material
-Trousers
-Muslims wear red
trousers and blue for
the Christians
-Coconut shell
3. Pandanggo sa Ilaw
(Lubang Island, Mindoro)
The word pandanggo comes
from the Spanish dance
“fandango ”characterized with
lively steps and clapping while
Its requires excellent balancing
skill to maintain the stability of
three tinggoy, or oil lamps,
placed on head and at the
back of each hand.
Costume/materials
-Oil lamp
-Muslim dress for
Girls
4. Balse (Marikina, Rizal)

Balse (valse in Spanish) means


waltz.
It was performed after the
lutrina and the music that
accompanied the dancers was
played by the musikong
bungbong.
Costume/materials
-Baro’t Saya for Girls
-Barong Tagalog for
Boys
5. Jotabal (Camohaguin, Gumaca, Quezon)

It is derived from the words Jota


and valse.
Jota is a popular dance
introduced in the Philippines by
the Spaniards. Valse means
waltz, a step or a dance in 3/4
time.
Costume/materials
-Barot saya for girls
-Barong tagalog and
pants for boys
6. Makonggo (Santa Maria, Bulacan)

Makonggo is derived from the


Tagalog word chonggo or
unggo which means monkey.
The dancer imitates a monkey -
its characteristic movements,
gestures, grimaces, etc. when it
is in a happy, playful or angry
mood, while it is playing,
Costume/materials
Visayas
1. Tinikling

Tinikling means "bamboo


dance" in English
The dance imitates the
movement of the tikling birds
as they walk between grass
stems, run over tree branches,
Dancers imitate the tikling
bird's legendary grace and
speed by skillfully
maneuvering between large
Costume/materials
-Cameseta Chino Red
pants.
-Baro’t Saya for Girls
-Two pairs of bamboo
2. Kuratsa

The Kuratsa is highly favored by


the Waray people of the Eastern
Visayan region in the
The Kuratsa is highly favored by
the Waray people of the Eastern
Visayan region in the
Philippines.
Strictly speaking, The Kuratsa
must be done the amenudo;
That is, only one couple dances it
at a time. the Kuratsa is however,
very different in the manner of
execution to the Mexican
counterpart.
Costume/materials
-Cameseta Chino Red
pants.
-Baro’t Saya for Girls
-Two pairs of bamboo
3. Mazurka Boholana (Bohol)

Mazurka Boholana is a Spanish-


inspired ballroom dance from
the Bohol province of the
3. Mazurka Boholana

Although the mazurka is the Polish


national dance, it was wildly
popular throughout Europe in the
19th century and even in colonized
4. Escotis(Capiz)

It is popularly known in Capiz and


is performed in any social
gathering of the people inhabiting
the mountains of Capiz in the
Mindanao
1. Itik-Itik (Surigao del Norte)

The Itik-Itik is a dance from


Surigao del Norte, in which the
movements of a duck are imitated.
An itik is a species of duck.
2. Singkil

The Maranao dance called


Singkil is in the repertory of
all Filipino dance troupes.
In 1958 the Bayanihan
Dance troupe started with a
simple version and has since
developed it into a
theatrical and stylized
3. Mazurka Boholana (Bohol)

Mazurka Boholana is a Spanish-


inspired ballroom dance from the
Bohol province of the Philippines.
Although the mazurka is the
Polish national dance, it was
wildly popular throughout
Europe in the 19th century
and even in colonized lands
4. Escotis(Capiz)

It is popularly known in Capiz and


is performed in any social
gathering of the people inhabiting
the mountains of Capiz in the