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Tribal suite : dances of ethnic pagan origin

Main Title: Tribal suite [videorecording] : dances of ethnic pagan origin / 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: [Manila] : Bayanihan Folk Arts Foundation, 2002

Description: 1 videodisc in 1 can (DVD) (ca. 90 min.) : sd., col., ; 4 3/4 in

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

Dugso -- Bagobo -- Blit-B'laan -- Makatod.

Summary: Dugso - a ceremonial dance of maidens around a ritual fire called Dapulan as an offering to the gods to assure bountiful crops. A ritual dance from Bukidnon Province in Mindanao performed in thanksgiving for a good harvest or the birth of a male child or victory in war. The dancers move around an oferring of fire (smoke from the fire is believed to carry prayers to the dwelling of the Gods). There is no musical accompaniment, only the sound of bells fastened around the dancers' ankled
Summary: Bagobo - are a tribe in Davao province on the island of Mindanao. The dance is a demonstration of footwork with the music provided by a unique instrument called "Tangunguan" which consists of a series of small gongs suspended by ropes from a triangular rack. The dances wear bells around their legs.
Summary: Blit-b'laan - courship dance of the Bilaan of Davao del Sur imitating forest birds during this mating season.
Summary: Makatod - a Mandayan celebration dance focused on a young prince who is born high by countries and given a place of honor by his people

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

Videorecording DVD
1 videodisc in 1 can (DVD) (ca. 90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
©2002,  2002, Bayanihan Folk Arts Foundation , [Manila]
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AV Material ID 1000013082
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