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    • Plazayaw:Dance Socials at the Plaza
      Prof. MynettedR. Aguilarkuwentong-bayan
      of the sports, games and dances group of
      “An Interdisciplinary Research on Alternative Model Towards Sustainable Tourism”
    • Dance in Sariaya
    • Tango (accdg to Esther Dedace-Alcala, Goyong Idea, MedardoSaluybayba, and Sariaya teachers)
      Chacha(accdg to Esther Dedace-Alcala, Goyong Idea, MedardoSaluybayba, Yellow Belles and Sariaya teachers)
      Sweet (accdg to Esther Dedace-Alcala, MedardoSaluybayba, and Sariaya teachers)
      Boogie (accdg to Esther Dedace-Alcala, Goyong Idea, MedardoSaluybayba, and Sariaya teachers)
      Rumba (accdg to Esther Dedace-Alcala and Sariaya teachers)
      Samba (accdg to Esther Dedace-Alcala and Sariaya teachers)
      Dances at the Baylehan
    • “Angmgataga-Sariaya ay talagangmgamarurunong at mahihiligsumayaw.”
      Yellow Belles
    • Aba…sasayaw… ay hindinamansapaghahambog…ay kamingmag-asawa ay educated nakamisasayaw. Kami kung na-sayaw, kami ay na-bukod…pagnakitang judges na ‘Abamarunongmagsayawyun’ ganun…lalopag tango, ah….”
      Lolo Goyong Idea
      (96 years of age at the time of interview in April 2007)
    • “…masayaangmgabuhayngdalaga’tbinata noon…”
      Goyong Idea & granddaughter Miner
      Circa 1985
    • Piknikan – “pasimulanasabakasyongrande ay sunud-sunodnaangmgapiknikansatabing-dagatngTalaan at Castañas, lupon-luponngmgadalaga’tbinata. Mgasunosakariton o kalesanagdadaansabaku-bakongdaan.”
      Mukmukan
      Tagayan
      Socialization Opportunities of Sariayahins:
    • Floresan o Bulaklakan – “Anggrupongmgadalaga ay mag-iipon-iponsabahayngkabisilyaupangmag-Rama. Ito’yangpagtutusokngmgabulaklak, tali-tali o isa-isangbulaklaknatinutusukanngtingting at itinutusoknamansakaputolsakatawanngsaging. Nagagawangmgadalaga’tbinataangiba’tibanghugis.
      …Pagkataposnito ay ihahatidsasimbahanupangilagaysaharapngMahalnaBirhenangmgabulaklaknaito. Sa kinagabihankaraniwan ay baylehan o sayawannaman. Kung minsanangpagkainghandasagabi ay samgadalaga at angtugtugin ay samgabinata. “
      Baylehan
      Socialization Opportunities of Sariayahins:
    • Occasions for Dance Socials in Sariaya
    • Special Occasions
    • Cupid’s Club Comparsas
      Anniversary Ball
      February 11, 1938
    • Annual Dance Social Events
    • “Pagkataposmag-Rama ay ihahatidsasimbahanupangilagaysaharapngMahalnaBirhenangmgabulaklaknaito. Sa kinagabihankaraniwan ay baylehan o sayawannaman.“
      Floresan o Bulaklakan
    • Flores de Mayo
      “Sa bisperasng Flores de Mayo, idinaraosangbayleng “en grande”.
      BagongAnyo & LikasSariaya
    • “…nuongpanahonniPunongBayanHilarionValderas(1926/1932): nauso noon angsayawansaBagongTaon. Pagtugtogngkampanasahatinggabi, may ginaganapnaparadanakasaliangmgadalaga, binata at bata, sapamumunongpangulo. ”
      BagongAnyo & LikasSariaya
      New Year
    • January 31, 1935
      January 1, 1938
      December 31, 1933
    • “Bastainaabanganyung valentine’s day, talaganginaabangan….minsan may mgadalawang orchestra…mga pre-war, mga 1932 hanggangsiguromga late 50’s or 60’s.”
      Erik Dedace
      Valentine’s Day
    • Cupid’s Club Founders:
      VicencioRama Francisco Castro
      AnicetoReyes ConstancioCadiz
      Victor Manhit Daniel Obordo
      RomualdoLozano Dr. RufinoOreta
      Alberto Emralino Sr.
      others
    • The first “muse” of the Cupid’s Club was Ms. Pacita Alvarez , who also later on became Queen of Rizal Day in Sariaya. (nd)
      She eventually married and became Mrs. Pacita Alvarez-de Luna.
      Cupid’s Club Reyna & Prinsesita
      Chosen annually for each Valentine’s Day dance social event
      Cupid’s Club Muse
    • Valentine’s Day
      Celebrated yearly by the Cupid’s Club of Sariayaevery 14thof February, the event that originated as a simple idea, possibly on a whim, developed into a big and grandiose affair through the years.
      This event eventually developed into one of Sariaya’s most celebrated, grandest and memorable event that had an impact on the Sariayahins that reverberated throughout time.
    • SariayaComparsasthroughout time
    • Main Features of Sariaya’s Dance Socials:
    • “…nungunatalaga…walanamang live orchestra…taposdumatingang 1940…panahonni Manuel Roxas…”
      Erik Didace
      Sariaya had a wealth of musicians. . .
      Music
    • MgaManunugtog
      ng
      Sariaya
      (1920-1950)
    • Occasions for Hiring Orchestras (Japanese & American time):
      Special Baptisms
      Weddings
      Bringing the couple to Church
      Bringing the couple from Church to the Reception
      Burials
      Bringing the deceased & funeral party to Church
      Bringing the deceased & funeral party to the Cemetery
      Other special occasions
      Dance Socials
    • MaramingSariyayahinangnag-aaraltumugtogdahilsa kung angisangtao ay kabilangsapanunugtog (kabilangsabanda) o kaya’ytiplesasimbahan, siya ay librenasasapilitangpaggawasamgagawaingpambayan (“exempted” sa “forced labor”).
      LikasSariaya & BagongAnyo
    • “Kadalasan ay 2 o mahigitanginaarkilangbanda o orkestra. Nasamagkabilangdulosilangparke. Kailangangmag-relyebosila… magkaibangtugtog…mayroongpambatangtugtog, mayroong pang-matanda…”
      MedardoSaluybayba
      Orchestras for Dance Socials:
    • “Kung anoangkinakantanila, yunangnasasayaw din…kayanamanangsayawdito’ypinaghahandaan, eh.”
      Goyong Idea
      Crooners with Orchestras
    • Dance socials were previously held in grand old houses of Sariaya.
      The Venue
    • Rodriguez House’ dance socials were held at the 2nd floor
      Spacious Area
      Record Player
      Dining Area
    • “Dati, ang plaza nayan ay sunken…usually mga ballroom angisinasagawadoon.”
      Erik Dedace
      Plaza Rizal
    • “Sa mganagingHermanong Bata (parasaokasyong Flores de Mayo) ay tangingsiAbogado Mariano G. Rodriguez at Julian Gala angnagpasahigngtablasa Parke Rizal noongwala pang sementoanglubakngparke.”
    • Stage for Performing Band
      Dining Area
      Spacious Area
    • “…ay bastapagmagsasayawan, pirmingismarteangmgaternonglalaki”
      GoyongIdea
      Dress Code
    • Attire for Dance Socials through the years
      Males:
      Tuxedo
      Chakatelya
      Barong Tagalog
      Any other attire appropriate for the occasion
      Females:
      Long Evening Gown
      Short Formal Wear
      Any other attire appropriate for the occasion
    • “maramisaamin, mgabinata’tdalaga, nag-aaralngsayaw”
      GoyongIdea
      Program
    • A dance of French origin
      Usually serves as the formal dance at:
      state social functions
      prestigious social events
      legendary annual balls of affluent regions in the Philippines
      Participated in by:
      members of high society
      high government officials
      The importance of an occasion can often be gauged by the social and/or political ranking of the individuals participating in the Rigodon.
      Alejandro (2002)
      Rigodon de honor
    • The number & complexity of the steps and patterns depend on individual inclination.
      Basic figures are the “saludos” (greetings), “cadena” (chain), “cambio de pareja” (change of partners, “zeta” (zigzag formation).
      Rigodon de Honor
    • Opening prayer
      PambansangAwit
      Introduction of Guest Speaker
      Welcome Remarks (Mayor Masilang)
      Induction of Officers
      Rigodon de Honor*
      Ballroom Dancing
      *eventually scrapped from program due to insufficient time for practice.
      Sample Program (from Magandahan Club, 2nd Generation, April 29, 2007 event)
    • Lutucan Tango Dancers
      The Gay Dancers
      Jazzletics Club, 2008
      Morong Barn Dancers, 1939
      Cupid’s Club, 1938
    • “Angmayayaman at simplengtao ay doonnagkakakilala, nagkukumbidahan, at puwedengmagkasayaw, hindinagkakahiyaan.”
      Goyong Idea
    • ”papasokangreynaangganda-ganda
      Sasayawngchacha, ansaya-saya
      A-boom-ti-yaya
      boom-tiyaya
      boom-yeh-yeh.”
      Kantangmgabatasalaro
    • Thank you
      for listening. . .
    • Didace, Eric. Interview. 05 April 2007.
      Didace, Ernesto. Interview. 06 April 2007.
      Didace-Alcala- Ester. Interview. 06 April 2007.
      Guardino, Louie (2nd generation Magandahan Club officer). Interview. 13 February 2009
      Idea, Goyong. Interview. 25 April 2007.
      Saluybayba, Medardo (Senior Citizen’s Federation President). Interview. 22 March 2007.
      Sariaya Elementary School Teachers. Focus Group Discussion. 25 April 2007
      Yellow Belles. Interview. 19 August 2007.
      “BagongAnyo: PistangSariaya 77, Pang-alaalangMagasin”
      “LikasSariaya: LibrongKasaysayan – Sobinir Program ngSariaya” Copyright 2000. SariayaQuadricentennial Foundation Inc.
      Alejandro, Reynaldo & Amanda Gana (2002) Sayaw: Philippine Dances. NBSI.
      Jonas, Gerald (1992) Dancing: The Pleasure, Power and Art of Movement. New York : Harry Abrams, Inc.
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