Kaloob Dance is a breathtakingly beautiful repertoire of Philippine indigenous dance and rituals .

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The Soul of the Filipino in Dance

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Principalia Suite

During the Spanish regime, especially in the late 19th century, the socio-political upper class was called the principalia. This privileged class was composed of descendants of pre-colonial nobility who had the time and means for cultural refi nement and leisure. A fashion statement for the landed elite at the time was a loose sleeved garment topped with a  panuelo (delicate kerchief) and a full skirt of striped panels. This evolved into the Maria Clara named after the lead female character in Jose Rizal’s novel, Noli Me Tangere.


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Jota PangasinanaJota_Pangasinana.htmlJota_Pangasinana.htmlshapeimage_14_link_0
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Jota GumaqueñaJota_Gumaquena_1.htmlJota_Gumaquena_1.htmlshapeimage_17_link_0
Jota CabangonJota_Cabangon.htmlJota_Cabangon.htmlshapeimage_18_link_0
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