. David Tavare — Summer Love 15. Kylie Minogue — Red Blooded Woman 16. Andreea Balan — Baby Get Up And Dance 17. Blue — U Make Me Wanna 18. Arash — Tike Tike Kardi 19. Elize — Automatic 20. Kelly Clarkson - Because Of You 21. Ricky Martin — She Bangs 22. Sugababes — Denial 23. TRADITIONAL FOLK DANCES OF THE PHILIPPINES The Itik-Itik The best description of the Itik-Itik is that the steps mimic the way a duck walks, as well as the way it splashes water on its back to attract a mate. According to popular tradition, the dance was created by a lady named Kanang who choreographed the steps while dancing at a baptismal party. The other guests copied her. 6. Tap Dance 7. Folk Dance 8. Irish Dance 9. Modern Dance 10. Swing Dance. Top Dance Genres Ballet. Ballet dance developed during the Italian Renaissance, before evolving in France and Russia into a concert dance meant for public performance. This is in the form of a ballet, in which the dance is choreographed with classical music. As the pandemic has pressed on, people have found innovative ways to come together. There have been dances of gratitude, dances with masks, dances that connect, as a way of encouraging people to. What is the most popular folk dance in Philippines? One of the most popular folk dances in the Philippines is the Tinikling. The traditional dance, which usually involves a pair of two bamboo poles, is considered to be the oldest in the country and its appeal has spread across the globe—particularly to the United States. Ragsaksakan means “Merriment”. This dance portrays the walk of the industrious Kalingga women, carrying water pots on their heads and wearing the colorful hand-woven "blankets of life" around their necks. Their walk imitates the climb. As the pandemic has pressed on, people have found innovative ways to come together. There have been dances of gratitude, dances with masks, dances that connect, as a way of encouraging people to. The folk dances they perform portray the many traditions people of Leyte practised before the Spanish era. Among these is the worship of idols, indigenous music, and epic stories, to name a few. The term, pintados, is derived from what the tattoed native warriors of Leyte were once called, while kasadayan means merriment in the Visayan tongue. (Source: Folk Culture of the Central Visayas [Kalinangan Series 2], 1986, Instructional Materials Corporation, Philippines; 194pp.) Back to Top Back to Regional Cultures Page > The Surtido Cebuano is a square dance said to have originated in Bantayan, Cebu. It is a cobbling together of Spanish, Mexican, and French influences along with.