Ragragsakan, Kalinga Tribe. (Hi there, Ate Kris Ann.)
Paunjalay, a Tribal wedding dance from the south of the country. This dance highlights the wedding process in majestic movements of the hands of the bride and groom. This dance is known for the step where dancers travel while kneeling. This is a personal favorite.
Posted on Monday, 21 May
Pandanggo Oasioas, Rural Suite, originating from Mindoro, where fishermen sail for a good catch and their wives wait at the shores, swaying their lamps as signal.
Posted on Friday, 18 May
They used my shot. I was surprised and honored at the same time. Anyway, please do watch Filipiniana Sunsets. It would really be nice to go back and appreciate the richness of the Philippine culture.
You were among the dancers that twirl onstage with angst and beauty. Your every turn sends me into ecstasy. Your vibrant smile as you pirouette into a tale told in a series of repertoire brings eternal joy to my heart longing to finally have you in my embrace. You were an epitome of timeless beauty, of a certain beauty that traveled ages after ages and still managed to stand out among the rest. You were among those dancers that were twirling and spinning with composure and drama that only the women of the past can portray. You were among them, but still, you stood out. You were the star of my weary night.
(This dance is Las Panderetas from the Maria Clara suite.)
Tinikling. You might not be able to recognize me anymore because the light from the heaven above was brought down to make our faces shine to the point that we are not recognizable anymore. :D Plus hingal na hingal na ako. Please forgive me.
Posted on Wednesday, 14 March
Originally posted by chaprevosa-deactivated20120811
Photospam. Please do excuse this.
Tadyok, Polkabal, Lanceros de Tayabas, Kinakulangan, Pandanggo Oasioas
Posted on Friday, 9 March