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VCD GV 1703 P6 B39 v.1 (COL)

 

 
Rural suite : dances that celebrate Philippine rural life

Main Title: Bayanihan instructional video series [videorecording] : a collection of five dance suites celebrating the colorful ethnic diversity of Filipino culture / Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company ; a product of Ivory Records Corporation and the Bayanihan Philippine National Folk Dance Company ; Lucrecia R. Urtula, Choreographer ; Lucrecia R. Kasilag, music director


Published/Created: Philippines : Bayanihan Folk Arts Foundation, 2002


Description: 2 videodiscs in 1 can (VCD) (ca. 90 min.) : sd., col., ; 4 3/4 in. + instructional video manual (10p. : ill)


Local Call No: VCD GV 1703 P6 B39 v.1


Series Title: Bayanihan instructional video series


Note: 1 video disc for Bayanihan profile


Credits: Isabel A. Santos, music & costume director ; Luis Ma. Araneta, costume consultant ; Ferdinand Jose, dance director ; Melito Vale-Cruz, deputy music director ; Alfredo Gomez, Jr., technical director ; executive producer Jose Conrado Benitez



Contents:
Pandanggo sa ilaw/Oasiwas -- Itik-itik -- Maglalatik -- Tinikling


Summary: Pandanggo sa ilaw / Oasiwas - Lovely as ever, a dance of lights as darkness falls over the countryside with the dancers skillfully balancing oil lamps on their bare as they move to the music. It is a lively dance from Pangasinan depicting fireflies
Summary: Itik-itik - Folk improvised movements and steps in imitation of ducks wadding with a short choppy steps and splashing water over their bodies while calling for their maters. It derived its name from the word "itik" which means duck
Summary: Maglalatik - this dance is performed by men wearing a harness of coconut shells strapped on their backs, chests, hips and thights. They also carry a pair of shells
Summary: Tinikling - The Philippines' most famous dance was named after the tikling bird which lives in rice paddies. Bayanihan's piece de resistance, it follows a relentlessly accelerating pace as a bird when confronted by traps set by farmers


Subject: Folk dancing -- Philippines -- History
Subject: Folk dancing -- Philippines -- Study and teaching
Subject: Instructional videos


Related Name: Urtula, Lucrecia R.
Related Name: Kasilag, Lucrecia R.


COURSE: Physical Education
COURSE: Humanities


videorecording VCD 90 min.
2 videodiscs in 1 can (90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + instructional video manual
©2002,  2002, Bayanihan Folk Arts Foundation , Philippines
Distributed by Ivory Records Corporation
AV Material ID 1000002378
 
 
 
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 1106003545
1/6/2003
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Higher Education Unit
Audio-Visual
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 1106004477
9/29/2008
In
Higher Education Unit
Audio-Visual
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