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THE ART OF DANCINGIt focuses on the discussion about the art of dance with    particular objective ofcreating appreciation...
DANCE AS AN ARTDance is a rhythmic and expressive movement of the body insuccessive movement usually accompanied by music....
REASONS WHY DO PEOPLE DANCE•It has been used in worship.•It plays a role in courtship.•It serves as a form of acquaintance...
SIGNIFICANT FEATURES OF THE DANCE             AS AN FORMTwo kinds of movement1.Movement within the bodywhich includes the ...
Features of Dance1.MUSIC – It is closely related to dance for it plays a significant role in it. It is usedas accompanimen...
KINDS OF DANCE1.ETHNOLOGIC DANCE – This is a dance that is indigenous to a certain race orcountry. The term ethnic is used...
KINDS OF DANCE3. SPECTACULAR OR THEATRICAL DANCE – These are dances which are intended forviewing audience. Usually, these...
The Elements of Dance       Body      Action      Space       Time      Energy
FILIPINO FOLK DANCES1.PANDANGO SA ILAW – It’s typical folk dance originated in Ilokano region.It’s a very popular dance wh...
FILIPINO FOLK DANCES4.SINGKIL – It’s a dance based on the Maranao epic “Bantugan”. It features abeautiful princess dancing...
FILIPINO FOLK DANCES10.KAPPA MALONG MALONG- Also called Sambi sa Malong, this Maranaodance shows themany ways of wearing a...
FILIPINO FOLK DANCES       DUGSO
FILIPINO FOLK DANCES    BINANOGBANOG
FILIPINO FOLK DANCES      OBANDO
FILIPINO FOLK DANCES     KUMENTANG
FILIPINO FOLK DANCES       SAKUTING
FILIPINO FOLK DANCES      KUMINTANG
SAMPLES OF DANCE    MODERN DANCE
SAMPLES OF DANCE     SOCIAL DANCE
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ALL ABOUT DANCE; ITS MEANING, KINDS, USES AND FUNCTION, AND THE PHILIPPINE DANCE.

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  • For many generations, dancing can be both art and recreation. As an art, it states a story and sets one’s mood to express certain emotions. As a form recreation, it somehow provides relaxation, companionship and enjoyment.Dance is really a combined art – as it gives emphasis on the movements of the body and timed to music. It’s really hard to imagine a dance without music. In the sense therefore, a dance can be well-performed if it employs costumes, lighting, some stage sceneries and music.
  • KINDS OF DANCEDance may be engaged in varied forms as religions, magical, ceremonial, commemorative, recreational or entertainment in purpose. These are follows:1. ETHNOLOGIG DANCE-It includes folk dancing because they are often derived from ethnic dances. Folk dancing has become part of the customs and traditions of people. And most folk dances developed among people in villages and were passed on from one generation to the next in many regions. Through these folk dances, we can actually hears something about the culture of people – the beliefs, habits, interest, desires, and others This helps us to discover more about our own heritage. Now, it has undergone much refinement from a mere lusty dancing to a more orderly dancing. It has grown already to larger dimensions for it has been embraced by the people.
  • KINDS OF DANCEDance may be engaged in varied forms as religions, magical, ceremonial, commemorative, recreational or entertainment in purpose. These are follows:1. ETHNOLOGIG DANCE-It includes folk dancing because they are often derived from ethnic dances. Folk dancing has become part of the customs and traditions of people. And most folk dances developed among people in villages and were passed on from one generation to the next in many regions. Through these folk dances, we can actually hears something about the culture of people – the beliefs, habits, interest, desires, and others This helps us to discover more about our own heritage. Now, it has undergone much refinement from a mere lusty dancing to a more orderly dancing. It has grown already to larger dimensions for it has been embraced by the people.
  • Dance has its own content, vocabulary, skills, and techniques, which must be understood and applied to be proficient in the art. The elements of dance are the foundational concepts and vocabulary for developing movement skills as well as understanding dance as an art form. All these elements are simultaneously present in a dance or even in a short movement phrase.http://opd.mpls.k12.mn.us/the_elements_of_dance
  • FILIPINO FOLK DANCESFolk dancing in the Philippines can be said as an expression of nationalism for it depicts the traditions and culture of the people. It provides wholesome recreation and aesthetic satisfaction and the preservation of our cultural heritage. As in most regions in the Philippines, materials for folk dances are abundantly present. Filipinos are music lovers endowed with talents for dancing. They express their thoughts and feelings through rhythmic movements in folk dances. Therefore, it is said to be forms of entertainment enjoyed by all ages.
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    1. 1. THE ART OF DANCINGIt focuses on the discussion about the art of dance with particular objective ofcreating appreciation for the combined arts of body movement and music.
    2. 2. DANCE AS AN ARTDance is a rhythmic and expressive movement of the body insuccessive movement usually accompanied by music. It hasbeen said to be the mother of the arts, for it’s the oldest of theart which actually reflects man’s age old need to communicatedifferent emotions such as joy, grief, excitement and others.Dance simply started as man’s own life for almost all occasions,in whatever aspects, as birth, death, healing of the sick, askingfor forgiveness, war, marriage – were celebrated by dancing.There are dances that express thankfulness for a good harvest,in celebration of religious festivities, or just a mere pleasurableexpression of the body. It uniquely intensifies different moodsand emotions that somehow deepen everybody’s feelings.
    3. 3. REASONS WHY DO PEOPLE DANCE•It has been used in worship.•It plays a role in courtship.•It serves as a form of acquaintance for a man andwoman.•It is an expression of the joy one feels.•As in old times, it brings magical power s to people.•It brings victory or somehow restores health to life.•It even breaks the monotony of the daily activities.•It serves to entertain others.•It gives beauty and inspiration to others.•It provides personal and effectiveness of communication.
    4. 4. SIGNIFICANT FEATURES OF THE DANCE AS AN FORMTwo kinds of movement1.Movement within the bodywhich includes the hand andarms.2.Movement from one space toanother.
    5. 5. Features of Dance1.MUSIC – It is closely related to dance for it plays a significant role in it. It is usedas accompaniment that somehow motivates the dancer’s movement.2.MOVEMENT – It refers to action of dances with the use of their bodies tocreate organized patterns.3.THEME – It pertains to the content or main ingredient of the dance. It actuallyconveys the message of the dance.4.TECHNIQUES - It refers to the skill in executing movement. As a dancer, oneneeds to have a complete control over the muscles of his body for him to be saidtechnically proficient.5.DESIGN – It refers to the arrangement of movements according to pattern intime (either fast or slow) and space (one’s position in relation to his background).6.PROPERTIES AND COSTUME – These contribute to the visual effect of dance.The costumes can somehow relate closely to the beliefs and environment ofpeople.
    6. 6. KINDS OF DANCE1.ETHNOLOGIC DANCE – This is a dance that is indigenous to a certain race orcountry. The term ethnic is used to distinguish religious dances, and designed ashymns of praise to a god, or to bring on good fortune in peace and war. They aresymbolic in meaning that can’t be understood easily by persons who don’t belongto the ethnic group.2. SOCIAL DANCE – These are popular type of dancing for pleasure as generallyperformed by pairs or group of people following a definite step or pattern. Most ofthese have specific rhythms and coordinated with the movement and steps of thebody, hand, foot and head.a. BALLROOM DANCE – It actually originated as square dance which was followedby waltz, tango, foxtrot, swing, etc.b. FOLK DANCE – It usually derived from ethnic dances. People all over the worldhave their own folk dances as distinct to their specific culture.
    7. 7. KINDS OF DANCE3. SPECTACULAR OR THEATRICAL DANCE – These are dances which are intended forviewing audience. Usually, these are performed for the entertainment ofspectators.a. BALLET – It’s the ultimate expression of art in dance which originated in the royalcourts during the middle ages. The term ballet refers to series of solo andconverted dances with poses and steps combined with light flowing figures, musicaccompaniment and expressive scenic accessories of a dramatic atmosphere. Themovement of the dance is subject to definite discipline of the body, hands, legs andothers. Usually a ballet includes staging, scenery, costumes dancing and music; butno singing and dialogue.b. MODERNDANCE – It is often characterized as something natural and free. It isalso been called as expressional dance. This dance emerged as a form of a revoltagainst the strictness governing the old forms of dance. It has varied styles ofmovements based on the new trend; therefore, it doesn’t stick to conventions. Themajor emphasis of this dance is on the expression through the dancer’s execution.
    8. 8. The Elements of Dance Body Action Space Time Energy
    9. 9. FILIPINO FOLK DANCES1.PANDANGO SA ILAW – It’s typical folk dance originated in Ilokano region.It’s a very popular dance which express in different versions. It is the mostdifficult for the female dancers that they have to balance these oil lamps,one on her head and two on each palm. It’s a dance of grace and skill.2.ITIK-ITIK – This fascinating dance originated from a dance called sibay. Itis a native dance interpreting the playfulness if duckling wading in the river.3.HABANERA SOLTERA – This dance is from Ilocos Sur. This dance isperformed by the bride to be and her close friends at the traditional socialgathering on the eve of the wedding. This is bride’s farewell to the state ofsingle blessedness.
    10. 10. FILIPINO FOLK DANCES4.SINGKIL – It’s a dance based on the Maranao epic “Bantugan”. It features abeautiful princess dancing gracefully over clashing bamboo pole nimble followedby a nimble prince. It is a Lanao court dance which women of royal blood have tolearn.5.TINIKLING – It is a native dance presenting using long bamboo sticks from whichthe dancers hop from one pole to another.6.JOTABAL7.PANDIWATA8.OBANDO-amed after a town in Bulacan. Obando Dance is a dance of ruralPhilippines. Attire is the native "balintawak" and "salakot" for the ladies and"barong tagalog and "buntal" hats for the gentlemen. 9.SAKUTING- a folk dance ofthe Ilocanos usually performed during Christmas. Groups of boys and girls go toperform from house to house receiving many gifts in return. Note the two sticksused to produce the rhythmic sound. (Baranggay Folk dance Troupe PhilippineNormal College).
    11. 11. FILIPINO FOLK DANCES10.KAPPA MALONG MALONG- Also called Sambi sa Malong, this Maranaodance shows themany ways of wearing a malong, a simple tubular yethighlyfunctional piece of cloth. The traditional women’s version shows thiscloth of countless colorful designs11.BINANOGBANOG-A dance in imitation of the hawk. Held in reverence tothe bird for it not to do harm to the community.12.DUGSU- is a ceremonial dance among the Manobo people in Bukidnon,Agusan and Misamis Oriental .13.KUMENTANG - The graceful hand movements from the wrist going clockor counter clockwise while danding. this is atypical Characteristicmovement of the hands in Philippine folk dances.
    12. 12. FILIPINO FOLK DANCES DUGSO
    13. 13. FILIPINO FOLK DANCES BINANOGBANOG
    14. 14. FILIPINO FOLK DANCES OBANDO
    15. 15. FILIPINO FOLK DANCES KUMENTANG
    16. 16. FILIPINO FOLK DANCES SAKUTING
    17. 17. FILIPINO FOLK DANCES KUMINTANG
    18. 18. SAMPLES OF DANCE MODERN DANCE
    19. 19. SAMPLES OF DANCE SOCIAL DANCE
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