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PHILIPPINE FOLK
DANCES WITH
ASIAN INFLUENCE
Philippine folk dances speak
so much about the heartbeat
of our people for they tell
about our costums, ideas,
beliefs, superstitions, and
events of our daily living in a
certain community.
Binislakan
Lingayen
Dance Researcher: Francisca Reyes-Aquino
Meaning: with the use of sticks
Dance Culture: Christian-lowland
Place of Origin: Lingayen, Pangasinan
Country of Influence: China
Ethno-linguistic Group: Pangasinense
Classification: Social Dance
Background:
 Lingayen in Pangasinan means
“having to look backward or
 Itupward.”
was derived from Li-King-Tung, a
Chinese word given to the name
Lingayen, the capital of Pangasinan.
Dance Properties
Music: 2/4 composed of two parts-- A and B
Count: one, two, one and two and one and
two and
Formation: Partners stand about six feet
apart. One or more pairs in a set can take part
in the dance, in any formation desired.
Sua-Ku-Sua
Dance Researcher: Ramon A. Obusan
Meaning: My Pomelo Tree
Dance Culture: Muslim-lowland (coastal)
Place of Origin: Jolo, Sulu
Country of Influence: China, Malaysia and Indonesia
Ethno-linguistic Group: Tausug
Classification: Courtship Dance
Background:
 Pomelo fruits serve as an important
source of income of the people in
Sulu. the performance, the couples sing
 During
while flapping 2 white fans which
represent the leaves rustling in the wind.
Dance Properties
Music: 2/4 and 4/4; composed of 3 parts-- A,
B and C.
Gabbang bamboo xylophone are shaped-
like a small boat.
Bamboo slats are thinned and cut to
graduated sizes to produce 3 octaves of
pentatonic scale
Pangalay
Dance Researcher: Francisca Reyes-Aquino
Meaning: Fingernail
Dance Culture: Muslim-lowland (coastal)
Place of Origin: Sulu
Country of Influence: Thailand, Malaysia, Burma, Cambodia
and Indonesia
Ethno-linguistic Group: Tausug
Classification: Wedding/Festival Dance
Background:
 Pangalay (also known as Daling-daling
or Mangalai in Sabah) is the
traditional “fingernail” dance of the
Tausug people of the Sulu Archipelago
and Sabah.
 The Pangalay is performed during
weddings or other festive event.
 The male version of the Pangalay is the
Pangasik and features more martial
movements, while a Pangalay that features
both a male and female dancer is called
Pangiluk.
Dance Properties
Music: 2/4 and 3/4 rhythms and
composed of 9 parts: A, B, C, D, E, F,
G, H, and I.
Sakuting
Dance Researcher: Francisca Reyes-Aquino
Meaning: Refers to rhymthmic sticks producing
the accompaniment for the dance.
Place of Origin: Sulu
Country of Influence: China
Classification: Social Dance
Background:
 This is a dance of the ethnic
people living in the western side of
the Cordillera way back before the
coming of the Americans to our
country.
 This is a dance of the ethnic
people living in the western side of
the Cordillera way back before the
coming of the Americans to our
country.
SAKUTING
 Pomelo fruits serve as an
important source of income of the
people in Sulu.

SUA-KU-SUA
 Lingayen in Pangasinan means
“having to look backward or
upward.”

BINISLAKAN
 (also known as Daling-daling or
Mangalai in Sabah) is the
traditional “fingernail” dance of
the Tausug people of the Sulu
Archipelago and Sabah.
PANGALAY
BINISLAKAN
SAKUTING
PANGALAY
SUA-KU-SUA