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What are local dances give examples?
While there are different varieties of the dance depending on the region, many are performed during street parades where anyone is welcome to join.
- Irish Stepdance, Ireland.
- Ghoomar, Rajasthan, India.
- Maypole Dance, United Kingdom.
- Samba, Brazil.
- Harlem Shake, New York, United States.
- Flamenco, Spain.
- Haka, New Zealand.
What is local regional dance?
A Specific cultural dance of a region. it is usually passed onto different generations and represents the specific region. Hope it helps you.
What is the local folk dance of the Philippines?
The Tinikling is considered by many to be the Philippines’ national dance. The dance’s movements imitate the movement of the tikling bird as it walks around through tall grass and between tree branches.
What is the importance of folk local dance?
What is the importance of folk dance? Primarily, it keeps a culture of people alive, by sharing and teaching younger generations the dances. Dance keeps the history of people alive as well. Dances are ways a community celebrates a special event or important date in time.
What are the examples of occupational dance?
- kalasag of the Matigsalug.
- pangayaw of the Talaandig.
- tumahik of the Yakan.
What is an occupational dance?
Occupational dances depict the lifestyle and daily work of the people living in various topographies. The fishing villages from north to south of the archipelago developed folk dances depicting their customs in the workplace.
What local dance is originated in Leyte?
According to historical accounts, the Tinikling dance originated during the Spanish occupation in the Philippines—particularly on the island of Leyte. Rice farmers on the Visayan Islands usually set up bamboo traps to protect their fields, yet tikling birds dodged their traps.