Carinosa-Maria Clara Dance

Cariñosa (IPA: [ˌkariˈɲosa]) is a flirtatious Philippine group dance in the Maria Clara suite of Philippine folk dances where the fan or handkerchief plays an instrumental roll as it places the couple in a hard-to-get romance scenario. Despite popular belief, Cariñosa has always been the national dance of the Philippines, whereas the Tinikling is just a worldwide favorite.
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Anonymous said...

thank you so much for your posting. I am si happy for all the Philippine folk dances and songs. I wish to have time to teach people... wait to learn first and then teach

Anonymous said...

thanks but i wish you have there its history, the place where it originated, and some other info aside from it....because i really need those informations...anyway thanks a lot!