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    It focuses on the discussion

    about the art of dance with

    particular objective of

    creating appreciation for the

    combined arts of body

    movement and music.

    THE ART OF DANCING

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    It has been used in worship.It plays a role in courtship.It serves as a form of acquaintance for a man

    and woman.It is an expression of the joy one feels.As in old times, it brings magical power s topeople.It brings victory or somehow restores healthto life.

    It even breaks the monotony of the dailyactivities.It serves to entertain others.

    It gives beauty and inspiration to others.

    REASONS WHY DOPEOPLE DANCE

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    !heprimary elements of danceinclude

    1. THEME

    !#$ %$&&A'$ ($I)'*+!A-$ (- !#$

    A)/$&

    2. DESIGN

    REFERS TO THE SKETCH

    HOW THE MESSAGE IS TOBE

    PRESENTED BY THE

    DANCERS. THIS INCLUDES

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    3. MOVEMENT

    4. TECHNIQUE

    THIS IS THE ACTION OF THE DANCERS, THEMOTION OF THEFEET, THE SWINGING OF THE ARMS, TURNING

    OF THE HEADAND EVEN FACIAL EXPRESSION AND GESTURES

    TO INDICATEFEELING SUCH AS ANGER, HAPPINESS AND

    OTHERS.

    TERY OF THE DANCERS IN PERFORMING THE MOVEM

    ERY INCLUDES THE KEEPING OF THE GRACE IN DOINGCTIONS, WHICH IS ALWAYS GOVERNED BY THE THEM

    OF THE DANCE.

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    5. MUSIC

    . COSTUME AND PROPERTIES

    THIS SERVES AS THE BACKGROUND OF THEDANCERS TO ADDBEAUTY OF THE PRESENTATION. IT SERVES AS

    GUIDE ORMOTIVATION OF THE DANCERS.

    ME HELPS THE AUDIENCE INTERPRET THE MESSAGE

    ANCE. THIS INCLUDES WEAPONS SUCH AS SPEAR ANELD, WHICH MAY SIGNIFY PERIODS AND REGIONS.

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    T!" L#$%%" '( D#$)"

    E*"+"$-: Time, Space#$

    Force

    C!'/"'%/#0!1) F'/+-

    Theme#$ Variations,Rondo#$ Narrative

    S*"- )!#/#)"/1-1)- '(

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    TIME: The relationship of one movement or part of a movement

    to another. Incl!es plse" spee! #or tempo$" !ration" rh%thm" an!phrases.

    Pulse: the on&oin& n!erl%in& 'eat

    Tempo:The spee! (ith (hich a movement is performe!

    Rhythm: a flo( of son! or movement havin& re&lar accente! 'eats) a

    movement or activit% in (hich some action repeats re&larl%)

    patterns ma!e '% arran&in& lon& an! short son!s or stron& an!

    li&ht son!s

    Duration:the len&th of time a movement lasts: a lon& time" shorttime or somethin& in 'et(een

    Syncopation:a temporar% accentin& of a normall% (ea* 'eat in msic to

    var% the rh%thm

    Phrasing: a &ropin& an! articlation of a &rop of notes

    Accent: a movement or shape performe! in sch a (a% as to &ive emphasis.

    $lements

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    &*A/$0 the area of space occupied by the

    dancer1s body2 includes direction, si3e,pathways, levels and shapes.

    Direction:which way a dancer faces or moves2 e.g.,forward, backward, sideways, up and down

    Size:magnitude of a body shape or movement2 from smallto large movements

    Pathways:patterns made as a dancer moves through theair or on the 4oor 5straight, vertical, hori3ontal, 3ig63ag72can be made with locomotor or non6locomotormovements, separately or in combination.

    Levels:the vertical distance from the 4oor. %ovementstake place on three levels0 high, middle or low and deep.

    Shapes:the form created by the body1s position in space.Aspects of shape are open8closed,

    symmetrical8asymmetrical, angular and curved.

    $lements

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    $lements FORCE "$"/% "%/"" '(

    +&-)&*#/ "$-1'$ #$ &-" '( "$"/%6!1*" +'71$%.

    Dynamics:!'6 # +'7"+"$ 1- '$"

    Flow:)'$1$&1 '( +'7"+"$8'&$9(/"" :'61$%

    ei!ht:-/"$%! ('/)" *1%!$"--'( +'7"+"$ !"#79*1%!

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    Rondo:a !ance strctre (ith three or more themes (hereone theme is repeate!. A+ACAD

    Theme: the basic idea of the play, which the author

    dramatizes through the conflict of characters.

    arrati!e:choreo&raphic strctre that follo(s a specific

    stor% line to conve% specific information thro&h a !ance

    "ariations:contrasts in the se of the !ance elements"

    repetitions.

    Choreo&raph% is the art of arran&in& !ances

    /horeographic 9orms

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    P"$#(/#$)1# V'#'/"-R1* D#$)"

    RIT,A- DANCEThis is the portion where each participating group will dance as devotees of

    INA imitating or interpreting praise, offering or thanksgiving, or a combination

    of this three, with emphasis on the mark of Penafrancia devotion such as the

    human chain, the paddles, handkerchiefs and candles or semblances or

    representation thereof, shouts of !iva" or !iva la !irgen" and the motion of

    rowing. THE RE/ENTATION /HA-- NOT E0CEED EIGHT #1$MIN,TE/ INC-,DING ENTRANCE AND E0IT. The use of colored

    flags or warnings flags will be applied by the timer to enable the performers

    and their trainor to properly monitor the time of presentation.

    A#$%&ATI# 'T(NT' )e.g. T(*&+IN (P IN T- AI$ AN/ &INT-$%0N IN T- AI$1 A$ N%T A++%0/ IN &%T- 'T$T AN/

    PI+$I*2' $IT(A+ /AN#'. P3$A*I/ &(I+/IN &3%N/ T0% )41

    +A3$' A$ N%T A++%0/

    NOTE: 2iolation of this rle (ill amont to t(o #3$ points !e!ction from the

    total ra( score &iven '% each 4!&e.

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    CO/T,ME/5/ue to the secular, cultural and religious features of this 6estival,

    the costumes of the participants shall be suited to the occasion 5ITH

    EMHA/I/ ON DECENC6 AND CON/ER2ATI/M" CO-ORF,-

    CO/T,ME/7MATERIA-/"CREATI2E-6 DE/IGNE" REFERA+-6

    5ITH HEADDRE// ARE HIGH-6 ENCO,RAGED.

    RO/ AND IN/TR,MENT/8ON-6 ONE /6M+O-IC

    RERE/ENTATION OF THE 2IRGEN I/ A--O5ED IN THE /TREET

    DANCE AND7 OR IN THE I-GRIM/ DANCE. The use of the actual image

    and7or personified representation is N%T allowed. Appropriate colourful propsthat will augment the street and pilgrims dance presentations are strongly

    encouraged to enhance the meaning and beauty of the performance during the

    street and pilgrims dances. -owever, fi8ed or structured sets, movable or

    immovable, used as backdrops during the performance are prohibited9 but the

    prohibition does not apply the handheld props.

    /rums, percussions, )whistles A' A 'INA+ T%%+ %N+31, cymbals,gongs,8ylophones and 7 or

    brass7winds instruments )bugles, trumpets,thrombones and the like1, producing best musical

    combination and impact of rhythm and musically, are &reatl% encora&e!, lectronic

    devices7instruments ,however, are prohibited. Pyrotechnics are not allowed.

    Note:!iolation of this rule will amount to two )41 points deduction from the total raw score given

    by each judge.

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    PI+$I*2' /AN# ) :;< of the T%TA+ '#%$1A. CHOREOGRAH6

    )#reative interpretation of praise9 offering

    thanksgiving ritual9 intricacy of movements

    effective use of props9 timing9 variations information1

    +. MA/TER6

    )Precision and synchroni=ation of movements and the

    proper use of props that jibe with the music.1

    C.ADHERENCE TO CONCET"CO/T,ME 9

    O2ER8A-- IMACT

    )6aithful aesthetic interpretation of concept,

    appropriateness and artistry of costumes and in

    the use of props and general effect of ritual

    presentation1

    D. IMACT OF M,/IC AND RH6THM

    )#reativity and general effect and appeal to the

    public1

    3;