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VISAYAN FOLK DANCES AND MUSIC

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Joeje Aika Blanes

on 15 September 2013

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VISAYAN FOLK DANCES AND MUSIC
FOLK DANCES
FOLK MUSIC
TINIKLING
Tinikling is considered the national folkdance with a pair of dancers hopping between two bamboo poles held just above the ground and stuck together in time to music. Originated from Leyte Province. This dance is in fact a mimic movement of "tikling birds" hopping over trees, grass stems or over bamboo traps set by farmers. Dancers perform this dance with remarkable grace and speed jumping between bamboo poles.
GAPNOD
(Cebuano for "flotsam") is a worship dance popular among the people of Negros Oriental. It is a reenactment of the discovery by a fisherman of the image of St. Anthony of Padua, the patron saint of the town of Sibulan, Negros Oriental. The dance is one of rejoicing and merrymaking that ends in a fluvial procession in the coast.
SINULOG
(Cebuano word for "carried along by the current") is believed to have originated from a ritual dance for a pagan deity who was fished out from the sea. It was later Hispanized and transformed into a dance of worship for the Sto. Niño.
MADE BY:
Miriam Mae Catadman
Julia Therese Quinicot
Rasheed Bryan Osorio
Royce Matthew Castro
Joeje Aika Blanes
Arielle Roman
Carmelyn Magalang
SURTIDO CEBUANO
Is a square dance said to have originated in Bantayan, Cebu. It is a cobbling together of Spanish, Mexican, and French influences Along with indigenous elements. Surtido (literally, assortment) is performed by several pairs of dancers, with the head pair called cabeceras and the side pairs, costados , guiding the other dancers in varied quadrille formations.
LA BERDE
(Literally, green) is a courtship dance from a mountain settlement in Talamban, Cebu. In a series of quick steps and quick changes, the dance celebrates what is lush and full of life. The dance is performed by an interesting cast of two girls and a boy, instead of the usual pair of dancers.
KURADANG
Also known as curacha, is a lively wedding dance popular in Bohol, where it is performed to the accompaniment of rondalla, an ensemble of string instruments.
ITIK - ITIK
Is a mimetic dance that depicts the movements of wading and flying itik (ducks). Dancers mimic the short swaying gait of waddling feet and the intense energy of close-crop flapping wings.
MANANAGAT
(Cebuano for "fisherman") is a mimetic dance that depicts fisherman at sea. Dancers in long-line formations mimic women scooping water from the banca (canoe) with bamboo shells and men wielding wooden paddles.
MANANGUETE
(coconut wine tapper) reenacts the stages of making tuba (coconut wine). The dance starts with movements that mimic the sharpening of the sanggot (scythe) and then proceeds to the cleaning of kawit (bamboo container), climbing of the coconut tree, extracting of the sap, and finally, the tasting of the tube.
MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS

TUGO
Is a Filipino string/percussion instrument that looks like a guitar. The player percusses on the base, while adjusting the string tension for different pitches.
BUKTOT
Is a four-stringed instrument that creates a sweet and traditional sound which really captures the essence of the island and its people.
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