"Taddok" is a native dance with, very simple steps, what dance makes you skip?

@Jenaisle (3803)
August 24, 2008 3:38pm CST
Whenever I hear the gongs, I tend to dance. This is because this is our native dance in Kalinga. The gongs provide the music and the steps are very simple. For women. you just raise your hands wide at shoulder level and skip with the gongs. The men in return beat the gongs and skip too to the beat. For the classical dances, I like chacha or tango the best, because the steps are very simple and easy to follow. I'm not really a good dancer. What dance do you find interesting? What makes you dance? For more of "taddok" (native dance) visit this site: http://theclamorofkalinga.blogspot.com
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@wendhieRN (754)
• United States
24 Aug 08
hello there! i neither heard taddok yet nor seen it being danced but i am looking forward to see it when i get in your place. it is good to know that you are from Kalinga. i know people there are so nice and accommodating just like my brother in law's parents who paid us a visit last Summer. my sister's hubby hailed from your place but he is now staying with us here in Pampanga. he is just a nice, cool guy! hope soon i will be able to visit your province and explore the natural heritage that your place is proudly at keeps. have a nice day! cheers!
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@Jenaisle (3803)
• Philippines
16 Jan 09
Hello wend, you're from Pampanga and if you visit my profile I'm also from A.C. and I come from Kalinga. It's good to know that you have a brother in law from there, what part of Kalinga? I have a blog about the people of Kalinga , you can visit it and read more about our culture . http://theclamorofkalinga.blogspot.com Cheers and I award you Best Response. Cheers.