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  1. Jaisa S. Notario, LPT, MAEd Philippine Folk Dance
  2. Philippine Folkdance ● The present emphasis on the preservation and revival of our culture makes it imperative for us to study our folk dances as an essential part of our Filipino soul and identity of the Filipino character.
  3. Objectives of the Philippines Folk Dances ● To foster patriotism and nationalism through the study of our dances. ● To arouse better appreciation of the Philippine music and folk dances. ● To provide, through dancing, a healthful form of relaxation and recreation. ● To develop a graceful and rhythmic coordination of body movements that will improve posture. ● To preserve the posterity, folk dance and music indigenous to the different regions of the Philippines. ● To demonstrate the growth of Filipino culture through the evolution of the Philippine dances.
  4. Definitions of Folk Dances ● Folk dances are traditional dances of a country which were evolved naturally and spontaneously in connection with everyday activities and experiences of the people who developed them. ● Folk dance is the heartbeat of the people. ● Folk dances are traditional social expressions of the ideals, mores, feelings, and thoughts of a people or group of people through body movement. ● Dancing is the outburst of people's feeling.
  5. Factors Affecting Folk Dances Geographical Economic condition Climate condition Customs and traditions
  6. Classification of Philippines Folk Dance
  7. A. Geographical extend of origin ● National Dances: found throughout the island with little or no modification. Examples: Rigodon Jota Cariñosa Balitaw
  8. A. Geographical extend of origin ● Local Dances: found in certain localities. Examples: Tinikling - Leyte Maglalatik - Binyang Esperansa - Nabua Subli - Batangas Biniganbigat - Abra
  9. B. Nature ● Occupational: depicting action of certain occupation, Industry or manual labor. Examples: Panting Harvesting Pounding Winnowing Pabirik Mananguete
  10. B. Nature ● Religious or Ceremonial: performed in connection with religious vows and ceremonies. Examples: Dugsu Sua-sua Santa Clarang pinong-pino Putung
  11. B. Nature ● Comic dances: depicting funny movements for entertainment. Examples: kimbo-kimbo Makongo Kinoton
  12. B. Nature ● Wedding dances: performed during wedding feast Examples: Panasahan
  13. B. Nature ● Game dances: with play elements (dance mixers) Examples: Lubi-lubi Pabo
  14. B. Nature ● Courtship dances: depicting lovemaking Examples: He le-hele bago quiere Maramion Daling-daling Tadek
  15. B. Nature ● Festival dances: suitable for special occasion or any social gatherings Examples: Pandango Habanera Surtido Jota
  16. B. Nature ● War dances: showing imaginary combat or duel. Examples: Palo-palo Sagayan
  17. C. Movements ● Active – with fast energetic movement Example: Tinikling Maglalatik Sakuting Polkabal
  18. C. Movements ● Moderate Example: Carinosa Tagala Habanera Purpuri
  19. C. Movements ● Slow Example: Pasakat Amoroso Tiliday Kundiman
  20. C. Movements ● Slow and Fast Example: Putritos Ba-ingles Habanera Alcomflor
  21. C. Formation Square or Qadrille ● Long Formation ● Set