folk dance of europe and phillippines
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Folk dance is a form of dance developed by a group of people that reflects the traditional life of the people of a certain country or region.
The term barn dance is usually associated with family-oriented or community-oriented events, usually for people who do not normally dance.
It is performed amongst groups of people (usually several dozen, at the very least three) holding each other's having their hands around each other's waists (ideally in a circle). There is almost no movement above the waist.
Many variations of Kolo are normally performed at weddings, social, cultural, and religious ceremonies.
Our national dance. All attire in native apparel, the balintawak and barong tagalog, The couple dancer skipping between bamboo poles, imitating the lively movements of the tikling birds
Is a dance that suggests the exotic aroma of scented handkerchiefs with which the ladies tease the gentlemen.
Pandanggo sa sambalilo
A flirtatious dance from Bulacan. It shows a barrio swain and his lady love play and dance with a native hat. He tries to show off by picking the hat from the ground without using his hands.