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manjot kaur

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Transcript of Tiklos

History of Tiklos Dance:
For centuries Tiklos has been a very important factor in the social life of the peasants in Leyte. Tiklos refers to a group of peasants who agree to work for each other. At noontime the people gather to eat and to rest. During this period the Tiklos music is played and the peasants then dance the Tiklos. Tiklos was introduced at 1967 University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp by Bernardo T. Pedere, who was the lead male dancer and the consultant of the Leyte Filipiniana Folk Dance Group.

Partners stand opposite each other about 6 ft. apart. Girls stands at their partner’s right side. Through out the dance, unless otherwise directed, the boys hands in open fists with knuckles on hips; girls with their arms down at the sides, fingers holding skirt.

Attire :
Girls : Baro't Saya
Dance Pattern :
Figure II. Rock and Galop :

1 : Rock forward onto R raising L feet sharply behind calf
R leg, knee bent and turned out slightly (ct.1), rock
backward L (ct.2)
2 : Repeat action of measure 1. Keep body erect.
3-4 : Move sideward R with 3 galop steps (ct. 1,2,1), step R
sideward (ct.2) .
5-6 : Beginning L, repeat action of measures 1-2 .
7-8 : Moving sideward L, repeat actions of measure 3-4 .
9-16: Repeat actions of 1-8 .

Introduction: 2 measures (no action)

Time Measure :
2/4 Time Signature
Figure I. Heel-and-Toe-Change :
Figure I. Heel-and-Toe-Change :
1-4 : Partners face front. Beginning R, dance 2 heel-and-
toe-change steps forward.
5-6 : Dance 2 change steps in place, sideward R and
sideward L.
7-8 : Beginning R, move backward 4 steps to original place.
9-16 : Repeat action of measures 1-8.

Boys: Camisa de Chino & Trousers
Filipino Folk Dance
Figure III. Clap, Change and Turn :

( Face partner. Through out this figure clap hands in front of chest :
Clap 3x (ct. 1& 2), Clap 2x (ct. 1,2) .

1-2 : Beginning R, change step sideward (ct. 1&2), hop on
R simultaneously raising L knee in front and swinging L
ft. obliquely L backward across R knee (ct.1), hop on
R and swing L ft. obliquely L forward, straightening L
knee (ct.2).
3-4 : Beginning L, repeat action of measure 1-2.
5-6 : Beginning R do a 3-step turn in R in place (ct.1&2).
Point L toe forward (ct.1), point L toe beside R toe
7-8 : Beginning L and turning L, repeat action of measures
9-16 : Repeat actions of measures 1-8 .

Figure IV. Touch and Jump

1-2 : Partners facing; same hand pos. as in Fig. I. Beginning
R, touch R toe forward, knee straight (ct.1), step R
L (ct.2). Repeat touch and step L.
3-4 : Jump unto both ft. crossing R in front of L (ct.1), jump
crossing R in front of L (ct1), jump closing R to L (ct. 2).
5-8 : Beginning L, repeat action of measures 1-4.
9-16 : Repeat action of measures 1-8.

That in all things God maybe glorified.
Group 1:
Abegail Abareta
Andrea Alaurin
Alyssa Bacea
Manjot Kaur
Florence Tabayag
Daphne Perete
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