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Folk Dances: Salip
Posted by Carrie B. Yan on 06/29/2011 03:17 PM

Type:  Cordillera Dance
Origin:  Kalinga
Pronounciation:  SAH-lihp

Salip is a Kalinga wedding dance that depicts a warrior claiming his bride and presenting her with a matrimonial blanket. The woman responds by balancing several clay pots upon her head.

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