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Folk Dances

Group 4
Lance Basan
John Dery Tanael
Isaac Dicayanan
Chelsea Jyra Magpale
Jazrylle Casano
Katrina Payar
Krizylyn Caith Vizcarra
Tinikling
Tinikling
Tinikling is traditional Philippine folk dance.
-originated during Spanish colonial era.
-involves two people beating, tapping, and sliding
bamboo poles on the ground with one or more
dancers who step over and in between the poles.
Costume
- Balintawak- a dress that females traditionally
wear.
- Barong Tagalog- untucked embroided shirt that
males wear when performing.
Props
- Two or four parallel pairs of bamboo poles (6 to
12 ft.)
- Rondalla instruments (bandurias, guitars,
laudes, octavinas, ukuleles)
Steps
1. Singles- When the poles are on the dancers right
side (right foot lead) the foot work of two Singles
Steps would be as follows:
Count 1: Hop on left foot outside poles.
Count 2: Hop again on left foot outside poles.
Count 3: Step on right foot between poles.
Count 4: Step on left foot between poles.
Count 1: Hop on right foot outside poles.
Count 2: Hop again on right foot outside poles.
Count 3: Step on left foot between poles.
Count 4: Step on right foot between poles.

2. Doubles- The foot work for two Doubles Steps


(with right side next to poles) would be:
Count 1: Hop on both feet outside poles.
Count 2: Hop again on both feet outside poles.
Count 3: Hop on both feet between poles.
Count 4: Hop again on both feet between poles.
Count 1: Hop on both feet outside (straddling) poles.
Count 2: Hop again on both feet outside poles.
Count 3: Hop on both feet between poles.
Count 4: Hop again on both feet between poles.

3. Hops- The footwork for two Hop Steps (right foot


lead) would be as follows:
Count 1: Hop on left outside poles.
Count 2: Hop again on left foot outside poles.
Count 3: Hop on right foot between poles.
Count 4: Hop again on right foot between poles.
Count 1: Hop on left foot outside poles.
Count 2: Hop again on left foot outside poles.
Count 3: Hop on right foot between poles.
Count 4: Hop again on right foot between poles.