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The Itik-Itik Folk Dance

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Ayla Pratty

on 25 March 2014

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The Itik-Itik dance consists of unusual steps imitating the how the duck moves around the swamp. Stamping legs and floppy feet are almost always used in the Itik-Itik Folk dance.
Where does the Itik-Itik dance originate from?
The Itik-Itik folk dance is native to Surigao, Mindanao in the Philippines. It comes from the word 'Tagalog' which means 'duck' in the Philippines language.
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You Tube: http://www.youtube.com
Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itik-itik
Ask.com: http://www.ask.com/question/itik-itik-folk-dance
Itik-Itik Folk Dance
What moves does the Itik-Itik consist of?
Who traditionally dances the dance?
Some primary schools in the Philippines teach the young children how to move in the Itik-Itik folk dance. Any age may join in when the Itik-Itik dance is forming. The majority of people who dance are ladies, but some males enjoy it too. This dance is usually performed in groups of about 5+ but can also be danced in couples or singles.
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