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1. The Itik-Itik (ct. 3).

This is done with one foot leading,


going forward.
The best description of the Itik-Itik is that
the steps mimic the way a duck walks, as No. 4. STEP, SLIDE-CLOSE,
well as the way it splashes water on its back SLIDE-CLOSE. Counts 1,
to attract a mate. According to popular 2, 3.
tradition, the dance was created by a lady
named Kanang who choreographed the steps Small step R(L) forward (ct. 1),
while dancing at a baptismal party. The twist trunk slightly to right (left) side, bring
other guests copied her movements, and L(R) foot in fourth in front and slide
everyone liked the dance so much that it has backward with ball of same foot and
been passed along ever since. simultaneously with a spring slide R(L)
forward to close with L(R) in first position
BASIC (ct. 2), repeat ct. 2 (ct.3).
The L(R) foot bears no weight on cts. 2, 3.
This step is done with alternate foot, going
to any direction.

No. 5. CROSS-STEP, SLIDE-


CLOSE, SLIDE-CLOSE.
Counts 1, 2, 3.

STEPS: Same as No. 4 except that the step


on ct. 1 is done across the other foot in front.
No. 1. STEP, BALL-CLOSE, BALL-
CLOSE. Counts 1, No. 6. CROSS-STEP, SLIDE-
2, and 3. CLOSE, CROSS-STEP,
SLIDE-CLOSE, CROSS-STEP. Counts 1,
Step L(R) forward (ct. 1), raise and, 2, and 3.
heel of L(R) foot and slide R(L) close to
L(R) in fifth or third position in rear (ct. 2), Step R (L) across L (R) in front (ct.
small step forward on ball of L(R)foot (ct. 1), slide
and) and slide R(L) close to L(R) in third with ball of L (R) foot close to heel of R (L)
position in rear (ct. 3).This step is done with foot (ct. and), short slide or small step with
one foot leading going forward. R (L) foot sideward left (right) across L (R)
in front (ct. 2), repeat ct. and, (ct. and), short
No. 2 HEEL, CLOSE-BALL, slide or small step with R (L) foot sideward
CLOSE. Counts 1, 2, and 3. left (right) across L (R) in front (ct. 3).

Step L(R) heel forward (ct. 1),


slide R(L) close L(R) in fifth or third
position in rear (ct. 2), small step forward
with ball of L(R) foot (ct. and), slide R(L)
close to L(R) in fifth or third position in rear
the foot work of two Singles steps
would be as follows:

Count 1 - Hop on left foot


2. The Tinikling
outside poles
Count 2 - Hop again on left
The Tinikling is considered by many to be foot outside poles
the Philippines' national dance. The dance's Count 3 - Step on right foot
movements imitate the movement of the between poles
tikling bird as it walks around through tall Count 4 - Step on left foot
grass and between tree branches. People between poles
perform the dance using bamboo poles. The Count 1 - Hop right foot
outside poles
dance is composed of three basic steps
Count 2 - Hop again on right
which include singles, doubles and hops. It
foot outside poles
looks similar to playing jump rope, except Count 3 - Step on left foot
that the dancers perform the steps around between poles
and between the bamboo poles, and the Count 4 - Step on right foot
dance becomes faster until someone makes a between poles
mistake and the next set of dancers takes a
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
turn. 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 Hops


steps (right foot lead) would be as
BASIC DANCE STEPS: follows:
1. Singles: When the poles are on the Count 1 - Hop on left outside
dancers right side (right foot lead) poles
Count 2 - Hop again on left point L (R) foot in fourth position in
foot outside poles front (ct.1,2,3)
Count 3 - Hop on right foot
between poles 2. Touch step.
Count 4 - Hop again on right Time signature: 3
foot between poles 4
Count 1 - Hop on left foot Count : 1,2,3 2m.
outside poles Movement : point R (L) foot in
Count 2 - Hop again on left fourth position in front (ct. 1,2,3)
foot outside poles
Count 3 - Hop on right foot 3.Waltz step
between poles movement : touch R (L) toes forward
Count 4 - Hop on right foot (cts. 1,2)
between poles close R (L) ct.3
3. The Cariosa
4 .Manipulation of fan.
The Cariosa is a dance made for flirting!
Dancers make a number of flirtatious
movements as they hide behind fans or
4. The Binasuan
handkerchiefs and peek out at one another.
The essence of the dance is the courtship
The binasuan is a Filipino folk dance in
between two sweethearts.
which the performer holds full wine glasses
in each hand while performing balancing
tricks. Wine may be used to fill the glasses,
but other liquids may be substituted. The
arms are rotated over and under the shoulder
in order to keep the palms facing up so as

BASIC STEPS:

1. three steps and point not to spill the liquid while nevertheless
time signature: 3 allowing the radius to cross over the ulna via
4
pronation. Binasuan originated in
count : 1,2,3 to a measure.
movement : with the R (L) foot; take Pangasinan and is popular at festive events
three steps sideward right, ct.1 such as weddings.
(count 1,2,3)
BASIC STEPS:

1. Step in a flowing motion onto the


center of your performance area. As
you step, balance the wine glass
carefully on your head. Also, keep
your hands turned up to balance both
wine glasses.

2. Sway your hips to the right while


5. The Polkabal
lifting the wine glasses high above
your head. The dance got its name from two popular
dances in the late 1800s: the polka and balse
3. Sway your hips to the left while (waltz). Though the balse is mentioned in
lifting the wine glasses high above the name of this dance, there is no single
your head. waltz step used in this dance.

4. Twirl in place quickly while BASIC STEPS:


balancing the wine glasses for thirty
seconds, concluding the twirl with The steps of this dance are identified as
your face to the audience. the:

5. Step forward with your right foot and luksong uwak (jumping crow)
bring your right arm forward in a wagayway (fluttering)
flowing motion.
hardin (garden)
6. Step forward with your left foot and punta y tacon (heel and toe)
bring your left arm forward in a corrida (bullfight)
flowing motion. paseo (leisurely walk)
ensayo (practice)
7. Rotate your arms over your shoulder
in small, circular motions as you step contragansa (hop-cross)
from left to right in small, quick contragansa doble (double hop
motions for 30 seconds. cross).

8. Twirl and rotate your arms below


shoulder height.