Costume: Traditional Itneg Costume
Musical Instrument: Gangsa
Formation: Partners stand opposite each other about six feet apart. The girl stands at the right side of the boy facing the audience. This may be danced by two to five couples. Properties: Square bilao, six feet long bamboo stick, malong and a white linen sash hung over the left shoulders of the female dancers. Carinosa - Costume: The girl wears Balintawak Style costume or Patadyong and Camisa, while the boy wears Barong tagalog and any color of trousers. Music: Composed of Two Parts A and B.
Formation: Partners stand opposite each other about six feet apart. Facing the audience, girl is at the right side of the boy. One to any number of couples may take part in this dance. Counting: One, two, three to a measure.
Properties: The girl dances with a fan hanging at the right side of the waist and the boy with a handkerchief in his pocket. Sua-ko-sua - Costume: The dancers are dressed in typical Joloano costumes, with an open fan in each hand. Music: Divided into four parts: A, B, C, and D.
Dance Position: Partners stand opposite each other about eight feet apart; the girl is at the right of her partner when she is facing the audience. This may be danced by one couple or by any number of couples. Counting: One, two to a measure.
Properties: The dancers hold the open fans with the second and third fingers on one side toward the top, and the thumb, ring and pinky fingers under the other side. Subli - Costume: The girl wears a simple balintawak costume (with tapis and panyo) while the boy wears a baring tagalog and red trousers, barefooted. Music: The first part of the dance, which is an individual couple dance, is accompanied by a kalatong (a bamboo instrument struck with two bamboo sticks) and drums of various sizes usually made from the skin of forest lizard (bayawak) and goat. The second part of the dance has a two part music: A and B. Counting: one, two or none and two to a measure in 2/4 and one...
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