Wednesday 18th July 2018,
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Tinikling – The Philippines National Dance

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The Philippines National Dance – The Philippines national dance is called Tinikling. This involves 2 people hitting, beating, and sliding  bamboo poles on the ground and towards one another in synchronization with several dancers that step over and in between the poles in the dance. The dance was originated in Leyte one of the Visayan islands located in central Philippines.

The Philippines national dance is called Tinikling

[covertplayersinglevideo trvideoid=”VO5VAwEEDMA” trdisplaytype=”5″ trnumbervideosdisplay=”” trvideoperpage=”36″ trthumbnailwidth=”155″ trthumbnailheight=”100″ trpopupwidth=”500″ trpopupheight=”350″ trvideoalign=”left” trytautohide=”0″ trytautoplay=”1″ trytcontrols=”0″ trytrelvideo=”0″ trytshowlogo=”1″ trytshowtitle=”0″ tryttheme=”dark” trythighquality=”hd720″]The dance mimics the movement of the birds when they walk among grass stems, stepped on tree branches, or perhaps avoid bamboo traps placed by farmers. Dancers mimic the bird's legendary grace as well as speed through efficiently maneuvering between huge bamboo poles.

With respect to this traditional Philippine folk dance, women wear a costume called balintawak or perhaps patadyong. Males are wearing a costume called barong tagalog.

[covertplayersinglevideo trvideoid=”8SqZRQWC6AQ” trdisplaytype=”5″ trnumbervideosdisplay=”” trvideoperpage=”36″ trthumbnailwidth=”155″ trthumbnailheight=”100″ trpopupwidth=”500″ trpopupheight=”350″ trvideoalign=”left” trytautohide=”0″ trytautoplay=”1″ trytcontrols=”0″ trytrelvideo=”0″ trytshowlogo=”1″ trytshowtitle=”0″ tryttheme=”dark” trythighquality=”hd720″]The appeal of this popular Philippine national folk dance spreads worldwide. It is commonly part of the schools' folk-dance curriculum of many countries.

 

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