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Philippine folk dance


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Philippine folk dance

  1. 1. Philippine Folk Dance Physical Education
  2. 2. What is dance? A form of expression of oneself through rhythmic movement.
  3. 3. So, what is FOLK DANCE • the oldest form of dance and the earliest form of communication • the traditional dance of a given country which evolved naturally and spontaneously with everyday activities • e.g. occupations, customs, festivals, rituals
  4. 4. So, what is FOLK DANCE • It is handed down from generation to generation • It has more or less a fixed movement in their pattern, but may differ in various areas or provinces
  5. 5. 5 Major Classifications of Philippine Folk Dances • Cordillera Dances • Spanish Influenced Dances • Muslim Dances • Tribal Dances • Rural Dances
  6. 6. Cordillera Dances • Bontoc, Ifugao, Benguet, Apayo, & Kalinga tribes • a people whose way of life existed long before any • a good foot on the harvest, health, peace, Philippines war, and other • Gongs, ganza symbols of living • Dances reflects rituals Spaniard or other which celebrate their foreigners stepped daily lives
  7. 7. Cordillera Dances • Bontoc – “Pattong” • Kalinga – “Banga”
  8. 8. Spanish Influenced Dances • Philippine aristocrats created Filipino adaptations of European dances • jotas, fandangos, mazurkas, waltzes • dances by the young • Dances reflects socialites to the Christianity, and stringed music of European art and the rondalla culture
  9. 9. Spanish Influenced Dances “Jota” “Habanera”
  10. 10. Muslim Dances • Influenced by Malay, Javanese & Middle Eastern Traders (Islam) • mysticism, royalty, and beauty • Uses intricate hand & arm movement • the fingers express feelings & emotions • Uses shimmering costumes
  11. 11. Muslim Dances • Maranao – “Singkil” • Tausug – “Pangalay”
  12. 12. Tribal Dances • intricate craftsmanship in metal, clothing, and jewelry • reflects rituals & animals, belief in “spirits” & shamans, • Also known as Ethnic nature – “anito” dances; • animal sounds, found in Ethnic minorities different parts of human singing, the Philippines (T’boli, Bilaan, Manobo, Bagobo, indigenous materials etc.)
  13. 13. Tribal Dances • T’boli – “Madal Tahaw” • Manobo – “Bangkakaw”
  14. 14. Rural Dances • Shows gaiety & laughter, festivities • Performed in fiestas to honor patron saints give homage to the barrios namesake for a good harvest, health, & • Indigenous materials, • Reflects the simple life of perseverance the people in the barrio • Depicts common work, clapping, rondalla, daily activities of the percussion peasants instruments
  15. 15. Rural Dances • “Maglalatik” • “Oasioas”
  16. 16. Thank You!