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Transcript: 9)MUSIC: German is the main language spoken in Austria. 6)HISTORY OF THE DANCE: By: Chloe Alexander 5th period 2)ORIGIN (Country and Capital): 1)NAME OF DANCE: Austria 10)NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 13) Attach a copy of a world map showing your country’s location 8)LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: 3)LOCATION Intermediate because there are many steps to thedance and it is a slow song. The Landler or Ländler is a Austrian dance, which has no certain birthdate but evolved as a type of Folk dance known under different names, until it was finally called the 'Landl ob der Enns' which was shortened to Landler, Ländler or Ländl sometime around 1690 and gained popularity around 1720. The origins of the word Ländler comes from the word "Land" (country), a dance "coming from the country-side" in opposite to dances from the court or city, also signifying the state of Upper Austria and the adjoining Styria 7)TRADITIONAL COSTUMES The music is in 3/4 and is often played by accordion or clarinet. the song is called the Landler. "Ländler." Everything2. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Jan. 2014. Landler Dance. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Jan. 2014. "Austria Map - Austria Satellite Image." - Physical. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Jan. 2014. The men wear leather shortpants with a bib. The men also wear knee socks and a felt hat decorated with a brush or feather. For the women bright skirts and apron with a bodice with fishbone staysor a vest . Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Italy, and Switzerland border Austria. 12)WORKS CITED : The Landler 11)STEPS TO THE DANCE 4)LANGUAGES This dance is performed in partners. Folk dance 5)PICTURE OF FLAG

FOLK DANCE

Transcript: FOLK DANCE KURATSA THE MAGLALATIK is an entertaining dance that is usually performed at festive social occasions like weddings and birthdays. Dancers carefully balance three half-filled glasses of rice wine on their heads and hands as they gracefully spin and roll on the ground. The dance originated in Bayambang in the Pangasinan province, and though it's usually performed alone, it can also become a competition between several dancers. PANDANGGO SA ILAW The best description of the Itik-Itik is that the steps mimic the way a duck walks, as well as the way it splashes water on its back to attract a mate. According to popular tradition, the dance was created by a lady named Kanang who choreographed the steps while dancing at a baptismal party. The other guests copied her movements, and everyone liked the dance so much that it has been passed along ever since. FOLK DANCE IS A DANCE THAT ORIGINATES AS RITUAL AMONG AND IS CHARACTERISTIC OF THE COMMON PEOPLE OF A COUNTRY AND THAT IS TRANSMITTED FROM GENERATION WITH INCREASING SECULARIZATION - DISTINGUISHED FROM COURT DANCE EXAMPLES OF PHILIPPINE FOLK DANCE HISTORY is similar to a Spanish Fandango, but the Pandanggo is performed while balancing three oil lamps - one on the head, and one in each hand. It's a lively dance that originated on Lubang Island. The music is in 3/4 time and is usually accompanied by castanets. The Cariñosa is a dance made for flirting! Dancers make a number of flirtatious movements as they hide behind fans or handkerchiefs and peek out at one another. The essence of the dance is the courtship between two sweethearts. THE MAGLALATIK MEANING OF FOLK DANCE THE BINASUAN TINIKLING of The Maglalatik is a mock war dance that depicts a fight over coconut meat, a highly-prized food. The dance is broken into four parts: two devoted to the battle and two devoted to reconciling. The men of the dance wear coconut shells as part of their costumes, and they slap them in rhythm with the music. The Maglalatik is danced in the religious procession during the fiesta of Biñan as an offering to San Isidro de Labrador, the patron saint of farmers. is a mock war dance that depicts a fight over coconut meat, a highly-prized food. The dance is broken into four parts: two devoted to the battle and two devoted to reconciling. The men of the dance wear coconut shells as part of their costumes, and they slap them in rhythm with the music. The Maglalatik is danced in the religious procession during the fiesta of Biñan as an offering to San Isidro de Labrador, the patron saint of farmers. THE BINASUAN ITIK-ITIK is considered by many to be the Philippines' national dance. The dance's movements imitate the movement of the tikling bird as it walks around through tall grass and between tree branches. People perform the dance using bamboo poles. The dance is composed of three basic steps which include singles, doubles and hops. It looks similar to playing jump rope, except that the dancers perform the steps around and between the bamboo poles, and the dance becomes faster until someone makes a mistake and the next set of dancers takes a turn. The term "folk dance" is sometimes applied to dances of historical importance in European culture and history; typically originating before the 20th century. For other cultures the terms "ethnic dance" or "traditional dance" are sometimes used, although the latter terms may encompass ceremonial dances. The Pandanggo sa Ilaw is similar to a Spanish Fandango, but the Pandanggo is performed while balancing three oil lamps - one on the head, and one in each hand. It's a lively dance that originated on Lubang Island. The music is in 3/4 time and is usually accompanied by castanets. THE KURATSA THE TINIKLING folk dance is described as a dance of courtship and is often performed at weddings and other social occasions. The dance has three parts. The couple first performs a waltz. In the second part, the music sets a faster pace as the man pursues the woman around the dance floor in a chase. To finish, the music becomes even faster as the man wins over the woman with his mating dance. PANDANGGO SA ILAW ITIK-ITIK

Folk dance

Transcript: FOLK DANCE Folk dance What is Folk Dance? A folk dance is developed by people that reflect the life of the people of a certain country or region. Not all ethnic dances are folk dances. For example, ritual dances or dances of ritual origin are not considered to be folk dances. Ritual dances are usually called "Religious dances" because of their purpose. The terms "ethnic" and "traditional" are used when it is required to emphasize the cultural roots of the dance. In this sense, nearly all folk dances are ethnic ones. If some dances, such as polka, cross ethnic boundaries and even cross the boundary between "folk" and "ballroom dance", ethnic differences are often considerable enough to mention. The Itik-Itik The Tinikling The Pandanggo sa Ilaw Most Famous Folk dance in the Philippines Example of Folk Dance The best description of the Itik-Itik is that the steps mimic the way a duck walks, as well as the way it splashes water on its back to attract a mate. According to popular tradition, the dance was created by a lady named Kanang who choreographed the steps while dancing at a baptismal party. The other guests copied her movements, and everyone liked the dance so much that it has been passed along ever since. The Itik-Itik Example of folk dance The Tinikling is considered by many to be the Philippines' national dance. The dance's movements imitate the movement of the tikling bird as it walks around through tall grass and between tree branches. People perform the dance using bamboo poles. The dance is composed of three basic steps which include singles, doubles and hops. It looks similar to playing jump rope, except that the dancers perform the steps around and between the bamboo poles, and the dance becomes faster until someone makes a mistake and the next set of dancers takes a turn. The Tinikling Example of folk dance The Pandanggo Oasiwas is similar to the Pandanggo sa Ilaw, and is typically performed by fishermen to celebrate a good catch. In this version, the lamps are placed in cloths or nets and swung around as the dancers circle and sway. The Pandanggo Oasiwas Example of folk dance

Folk Dance

Transcript: Characteristics Formation Nature Values of Dancing Occupational–depicting action of a certain occupation, industry or human labor. Planting,Harvesting, Pounding, Wnnowing, Pabirik, Mananguete  Religious or Ceremonial –performed in connection with religious vows and ceremonies. Dugsu,Sua- sua, Putong, Sta. Clarang pinong-pino Comic Dances –Depicting funny movements for entertainment. Kimbo-Kimbo, Makonggo,Konoton Game Dances–with play elements, Lubi- lubi, Pavo Wedding dances –performed during wedding feast, Panasahan Courtship dances –depicting love-making. Hele-hele, bago quiere, Maramion, Tadek, Daling-daling Festival Dances –suitable for special occasion or any social gathering. Pandango, Habanera,Jota, Surtido War dances –showing imaginary combat or duel. Sagayan, Palu-palo Folk Dance 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. Is the heartbeat of the people, are traditional social expressions of the ideas, mores, feelings, and thoughts of a people or group of people through body movement . Objectives Movements To foster patriotism and nationalism through the study of our dance To arouse better appreciation of the Philippine music and folk dances To provide through dancing, a healthful for of relaxation and recreation To develop a graceful and rhythmic coordination of body movements that will improve posture To preserve posterity, folk dances and music indigenous to the different regions in the Philippines To demonstrate the growth of Filipino culture through the evolution of the Philippine Dances Active –with fast energetic movements. Tinikling, Maglalatik, Sakuting, Polkabal Moderate–Carinosa, Tagala, Habanera, Purpuri Slow–Pasakat, Amorosa, Tiliday, Kundiman Slow and Fast–Putritos, Ba-Ingles, habanera Botolena, Alcamfor Geographical extent of origin 1. National Dances –found throughout the islands with little or no modification. Rigodon,Carinosa, Jota, Balitaw, Pandanggo 2. Local Dances –found in a certain locality. Tinikling –leyte, Maglalatik –Binyang, Espernza –Nabua, Subli –Batangas, Biniganbigat –Abra Square or Quadrille, Rigodon, Los Bailes de Ayer Long Formation–Lukay, Sakuting Set–consisting of two or more pairs as a unit, partners facing each other or standing side byside., Binadyong, Haplik, Kakawati 1. Physiological or neuromuscular development of the organic systems of the body 2. Cultural –depicts the culture of people 3. Social and recreational Types of Folk Dances National–traditional dances of a given country Regional–local Character- created by individual or group

Folk Dance

Transcript: FOLK DANCE Folk Dance is defined by tradition and culture and has several key attributes.... 2. They are not designed for public performance or the stage, although traditional folk dances may be later arranged and set for stage performances. 3. Their execution is dominated by an inherited tradition rather than by innovation (although like all folk traditions they do evolve) New dancers often learn informally by observing others and/or receiving help from others. Russian Folk Dance One of the most famous is titled the Barynya. This is a fast paced dance. Barynya was a term used to describe conversing with a woman of a higher class. The dancing was without special choreography and consisted mainly of fancy stomping and traditional Russian squatwork – knee bending Greece is one of the few countries in the world where folk dances are as alive today as they were in ancient times. Dance has always played an important role in the life of a Greek. It is an expression of human feelings and everyday life. The Greeks danced at religious festivals, ceremonies; they danced to ensure fertility; to prepare for war and to celebrate victories; they danced at weddings; to overcome depression and to cure physical illness. Almost every dance has a story to tell. The Mexican folk dance steps or the zapateado, are dynamic and vary based on the teachings of every individual maestro or teacher. A few basic steps or pasos, as they are commonly known, include the golpe (the basic foot stomp on the ground), remate (series of foot stomps) and the sequencia (steps are combined with the music). Performed by both men and women, this traditional style of dancing has taken many forms over the ages. However, the spirit of most of these dances remains rooted in the creative expression and the history of this amazing country. Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr Example.... Greek Folk Dance Also... Let's begin in Russia... Mexican Folk Dance 1. They are dances performed at social functions by people with little or no professional training, often to traditional music or music based on these traditions. So....

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