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RHYTHMIC BODILY MOVEMENTS. EXPRESSING IDEAS & EMOTIONS. DANCE. ACCOMPANIED BY MUSIC. PRINCIPLES OF DANCE. CLIMAX AND RESOLUTION CONTRAST REPETITION SEQUENCING AND DEVELOPMENT TRANSITION UNITY VARIETY. CONTRAST. COMBINATION OF UNLIKE MOVEMENTS. FAMILIARITY. EMPHASIS.

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RHYTHMIC BODILY MOVEMENTS

EXPRESSING IDEAS & EMOTIONS

DANCE

ACCOMPANIED BY MUSIC


Principles of dance
PRINCIPLES OF DANCE

  • CLIMAX AND RESOLUTION

  • CONTRAST

  • REPETITION

  • SEQUENCING AND DEVELOPMENT

  • TRANSITION

  • UNITY

  • VARIETY


CONTRAST

COMBINATION OF UNLIKE MOVEMENTS


FAMILIARITY

EMPHASIS


ORDERING OF MOVEMENT (SEQUENCING)

MEANINGFUL WAY (DEVELOPMENT)

CREATES CONTINUITY


TRANSITION

TO CONNECT THE SEQUENCE OF MOVEMENTS


PARTS CONTRIBUTE TOGETHER TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE WHOLE DANCE


CREATING UNLIKE MOVEMENTS IN LENGTH & STRUCTURE


Elements of dance
ELEMENTS OF DANCE

  • DANCER

  • CHOREOGRAPHY

  • DESIGN

  • SUBJECT

  • MOVEMENTS

  • TECHNIQUE

  • COSTUMES

  • PROPERTIES

  • SET DESIGN

  • OTHER THEATRICAL ELEMENTS


Dancer

MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENT

DANCER

EXECUTES STEPS


Choreography
CHOREOGRAPHY

DANCE DIRECTOR

OVER-ALL DESIGN

ASSIGNS STEP


Design
DESIGN

PATTERN OF MOVEMENTS

POSITIONING OF THE DANCERS


Subject
SUBJECT

MESSAGE OF THE DANCE

THEME


Movements

STEPS: ONE POINT ON STAGE TO ANOTHER

MOVEMENTS

GESTURES: MOVEMENT OF HEAD, EXTREMITIES, BODY PARTS

FACIAL EXPRESSION: MOVEMENT OF FACIAL PARTS


Technique
TECHNIQUE

STYLE OF EXECUTING THE MOVEMENTS

QUICKLY OR SLOWLY/ GRACEFULLY


Dance costumes
DANCE COSTUMES

THINGS WORN BY THE DANCERS


Properties
PROPERTIES

THINGS CARRIED BY THE DANCERS


Set design
SET DESIGN

BACKGROUND THAT INDICATES THE PLACE OF ACTION


Philippine folk dances
PHILIPPINE FOLK DANCES

  • ALAY

  • ESCOTIS

  • SINGKIL

  • OBANDO DANCE

  • PALAKIS

  • PANDANGGO SA ILAW

  • ATI-ATIHAN


Kinds of dance
KINDS OF DANCE

  • ACCORDING TO THE NUMBER OF PERFORMERS

  • ACCORDING TO SUBJECT OR CONTENT

  • ACCORDING TO THE NATURE OF THE DANCE

  • ACCORDING TO PURPOSE





METHODOLOGY OF PRIMITIVE COMMUNITIES NOT INFLUENCED BY SCIENCE

TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THEIR ENVIRONMENT

THERE ARE THINGS BEYOND ONE’S CONTROL

COMMUNAL DANCE


LOSS OF SELF SCIENCE

SEARCH FOR MAGICAL MASTERY OVER NATURE

REPETITION OF MONOTONOUS MOVEMENTS

STAMPING OF FEET ON THE GROUND

BENT KNEES

DRUMS

PRIMITIVE DANCE


MYTHOLOGY RATHER THAN MAGIC SCIENCE

RITUAL DANCE


Dance according to its nature
DANCE ACCORDING TO ITS NATURE SCIENCE

IMITATIVE

E.G. TINIKLING

Imitation of the tikling bird dodging bamboo traps set by rice farmers.



Dance according to purpose
DANCE ACCORDING TO PURPOSE SCIENCE

FOLK OR ETHNIC DANCE

PERFORMED BY MEMBERS OF A TRIBE


SOCIAL OR BALLROOM DANCES SCIENCE

PERFORMED BY PAIRS IN BALLROOMS TO SOCIALIZE



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