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Demoin major 113


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Demoin major 113

  2. 2. DANCE O Is the most spontaneous, expressive and personal art form. THREE DIMENSIONS OF DANCE O Time O Space O Dynamics
  3. 3. Three Dimensions Time- may be fast or slow. Space- determines the position of the dancer in relation to the background. - it determines the posture of the body-- --standing, lying, crouching, stopping, remaining still, etc. Dynamics- determine the rhythm.
  4. 4. Rhythmic Movements through Dance O Dance consists of an arrangement of steps and rhythmic movements set to musical or rhythmic accompaniment. O It may be performed for entertainment, as part of rituals, or the expression of inner thoughts and emotions. O The diversity of dance is result of the local history, geographic, climatic, and cultural differences found in various parts of the country.
  5. 5. Rhythmic Movements through Dance O The dances of the majority of the Filipinos reflect their regional characteristics, customs, traditions, and languages. For Example: The dance of itik-itik depicted above as an example of a Tagalog dance imitating the movements of ducks.
  6. 6. ELEMENTS OF DANCE  Content/Theme  Movement  Music  Spectacle
  7. 7. ELEMENTS OF DANCE Content/Theme O The themes of the dance is the message and unifying element that holds the dance together. O A dance sometimes tells a story, convey an emotion, or expresses an attitude. O Dance is like a drama but instead of using dialogue, it uses bodily movements and gestures to communicate with the audience.
  8. 8. ELEMENTS OF DANCE Movement O Is the fundamental element of the dance. O Must be dynamic. O In dance is achieves through movements of the body parts and movements from one space to another.
  9. 9. ELEMENTS OF DANCE Music O Is an important component of dance. O The movement of dance can also be an interpretation of the music.
  10. 10. ELEMENTS OF DANCE Spectacle O The music and sequence movements of the dancers, the scenery, and the costumes all contribute to the dance impact on the audience. Along with the technical skill and expressive power of the dancers, these create a kind of spell on the audience.
  11. 11. TINIKLING The dance tinikling is a very popular Filipino folk dance in Leyte. The dance exhibits the skill and dexterity of movements of the Filipino dancers. Tinikling is derived from the word “tikling,” a rice bird with a long neck and very long legs, sharp bill, and soft feathers. It preys on the grains of rice in the ricefields.
  12. 12. Observe the following while viewing the Dance a. Theme- what does the dance portray? b. Movement- is it fast or slow? What feeling or emotion does it convey? c. Music- does it relate to the dance for which it was created? d. Spectacle- does the costume, the movement, as well as the music contribute to the excitement created in the viewer?