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Horus Mozarabe performing fusion bellydance at The Massive Spectacular!
www.thetribalmassive.com www.themassivespectacular.com thumbnail photo courtesy of www.YanivHalfonPhotography.com Horus Mozarabe performing fusion bellydance at The Massive Spectacular!
Views: 494269 Tori Halfon
South African Men Tribal Dance!
South African Men Tribal Dance! - - A No Struggle, No Development Production! By Kenny Snodgrass, Activist, Photographer, Videographer, Author of 1} From Victimization To Empowerment... www.trafford.com/07-0913 eBook available at www.ebookstore.sony.com 2} The World As I've Seen It! My Greatest Experience! {Photo Book} YouTube: I have over 600 Video's, 500 Subscribers, over 280,000 hits, now averaging 10,000 monthly on my YouTube channel @ www.YouTube.com/KennySnod * By Kenny Snodgrass, Activist, Author, Photographer, Videographer *
Views: 5821 KennySnod
Illan Riviere - Electronics
Tribal fusion - vystoupení Illana Riviere na Gala Oriental Show, která byla vyvrcholením mezinárodního festivalu Let's dance 2012 v Praze. Tribal fusion - performance by Illan Riviere on Gala Oriental Show, part of the international festival Let's dance 2012 Prague. www.letsdance.cz, www.illan-danse.com
Views: 101287 JiKoBrno
Tribal Fusion Belly Dance Flow Class - Serpentine Studies - FREE SAMPLE CLASS
SERPENTINE ROUTINES are 30 minute flows that combine deep stretching, targeted strengthening, no nonsense drilling of the fundamentals, and drilling of some of my favorite and most used pathways and combos. I've combined key dance and embodiment elements into a sequence with the aim to cover a lot of essential elements in a short amount of time to keep your strength, flexibility, technique and vocabulary on point. Yes, this is what my training looks like most of the time - followed with a freeflow sesh. You don't need a warmup as your body will get warm with these active stretching techniques and some strengthening thrown in there. The routine begins with my ALL TIME favorite movement for opening up the hip area in *every* direction, which has been my 'secret' for big juicy hip work (I do these circles a few times throughout the day, especially when I have long bouts of sitting which is killer for your mobility. This simple movement really helps keeping things nice n loose). My other favorite is also in there: big spinal waves. Haven't found another exercise that is as effective for gaining spinal fluidity and control as this one. Drilling of the fundamentals; sometimes it's good to step out of the combos and get back to the bare essentials if you want to really master technique. Foundation. Is. Everything. Last but not least; pathways - key to dance learning and accelerating the learning and skill building process. In this sequence you get a little taster! *** This class is meant for INTERMEDIATE level dancers - if you want a detailed breakdown of every move I have a complete beginners course in the studio. *** This is a free sample class for those wanting to know what I teach in my online studio, and though it's hard to give an example because my teaching ranges from focusing on one element for 30 minutes to flows like this - Serpentine Routines are my favorite! More videos ranging from 10 to 90 minutes in my studio: Patreon.com/SerpentineStudies - 4 classes a month for a couple bucks. Let me know if you enjoyed this routine and want more! Love ~ Imaya ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MUSIC: DAVID STARFIRE - RADICAL RITUAL BURNING MAN 2017 ILL.GATES - MORE TEA ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My online studio: https://www.patreon.com/serpentinestudies FREE facebook group with videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/serpentinestudies Follow my every (dance) move on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/serpentinestudies_imaya
Views: 87184 Serpentine Studies
Tribal dance, music and ceremonies
The lifestyle of the tribal people in Africa and America(Amazon) varies from state to state or region to region Every tribe has a unique culture comprising of many different things. Let start with my videos in my channel.
Views: 997579 Grady Reis
Tribal Fusion Belly Dance - Eliran Amar at Tribal Fest Budapest
second solo at the gala..of tribal fest budapest 2010
Views: 435337 Eliran Amar
Footage Ethiopia. Dassanech tribal dance: Dimi (Ethiopia)
The biggest ceremony in a man's life is called Dimi. Its purpose is to celebrate and bless his daughter for fertility and future marriage. When he has gone through Dimi, a man becomes an elder. About 10 cattle and 30 smaller animals are slaughtered and other stock is traded for coffee. Men and women dress in animal fur capes to feast and dance, and the leaders of the village bless the girl.
Views: 10165 Pere Herms
Guys dancing tribal for a quince
Guys dancing tribal for a quince
Views: 16800 Carlos Guzman
Philippines Ethnic Dance Inspired by Mountain Provinces/Katutubo/Rural/Tribal/Traditional/Culture
Philippines Ethnic Dance Inspired by the Mountain Provinces/Katutubo/Rural/Tribal/Traditional/CultureCarassauga 2017,Toronto,Canada Eagle is a group of mountain people from the mountain province of Philippines. This philippine dance is inspired by the the mountain provinces of Philippines, also called Katutubo dance. This tribal dance performance is presented by the Philippines Pavilion, Carassauga 2017 New Video Every Week Please Subscribe, Share,Comment&Like Next Video is coming Shortly.. www.youtube.com/linuphysio https://www.videoblocks.com/videos/linuphysio https://www.tumblr.com/blog/linuphysio https://twitter.com/linuphysio http://www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/linuphysio http://www.mefeedia.com/linuphysio http://vk.com/id222291351 https://www.fiverr.com/linuphysio https://www.pinterest.com/kurikesu/ https://ok.ru/profile/561479308220 https://www.facebook.com/youtubevideogalaxy/
Wasteland Weekend male tribal fusion dancer - California City
The Wasteland Weekend gathering of tribes at Barter Town were entertained by a tribal dance with a twist.
Views: 3378 antelopevalley1
Techno  Tribal dance
African Techno Tribal dance
Views: 44151 Malayali Times
Footage Ethiopia. Karo tribal dance (Ethiopia)
The Karo men and women paint their faces and bodies during the preparation of their dances and ceremonies. Women have generally a piercing made of a steel nail in the lip.
Views: 3673 Pere Herms
dancing tribal
Views: 612813 Jose Ramirez
How To Dance Step-By-Step like (Tribal Style) Date 2013 Official New
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Views: 64331 El Electrico
Maasai Tribal Dance
This video is from a recent trip to Kenya where we visited a Maasai village on the border of the Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya. I believe it's a coming of age dance for the men of the village. Traditionally, young men (15yo) go into the bush to live for up to two years and return only once they have killed a lion. Killing lions or any game is now forbidden in Kenya since 2004, but some small poaching still occurs with high stakes for the perpetrators - anyone can be shot if found in the park after dark.
Views: 326 Justin Grubich
Original maori haka dance
Часть документального фильма "dances of life" на кого ставить копирайт - не знаю, надеюсь видео не удалят! ) The part of the documentary "dances of life" I could not find official site, so this fragment is without copyright. Ready to put a copyright on demand. I hope the video won't be removed! ) I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 7757511 Dagich
Top 10 Best Traditional African Dances
#africatop10 #africandance #africanmusic #africa #2nacheki African traditional Dances refers mainly to the dances performed by the cultural communities found in continent. Communities use these dances to teach, to socialize, ceremonies and for celebrating festivals and moaning funerals while Some dances are exclusively used for spiritual or religious practices. And in this video 2nacheki presents the Top 10 traditional African dances Here are 10 African traditional dances #africandance #africanmusic #africa #2nacheki Source: 10.Agbadza Agbadza is among the oldest musical types performed by the Southern Ewe of Ghana, Togo, Benin, and parts of Southwestern Nigeria. Agbadza is derived from an older war dance known as Atrikpui. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agbadza 9. Muwogola dance Muwogola dance originates from the Baganda tribe of Uganda and is performed by both men and women. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Muwogola_Dance.jpg 8.Chakacha Chakacha is a traditional music and dance style of the Swahili people of coastal Kenya and Tanzania, it is originally associated with weddings and performed and watched by women. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chakacha 7.Pat pat dance The Pat Pat dance is the traditional dance of the Jola people of Senegal gambia. It involves rhythmically patting the body and fast leg movements. https://www.binoandfino.com/blog/2015/12/15/a-list-of-some-traditional-dances-from-different-african-countries 6.Eskista Eskista is a traditional Ethiopian dance performed by both men and women that is known for its unique emphasis on intense shoulder movement. The dance is characterized by rolling of the shoulder blades, bouncing the shoulders, and jilting the chest. Eskista is typically performed to traditional Ethiopian music, but can often be incorporated into modern forms of music. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eskista 5. Aduma dance This Maasai dance is performed by the men who leap into the air to show their strength and stamina as tribal warriors. http://www.kenya-advisor.com/masai-dance.html 4.Indlamu Indlamu is a traditional Zulu dance from South Africa where the dancer lifts one foot over his head and brings it down hard, landing squarely on the downbeat. Typically, two dancers in warrior's pelts perform indlamu routines together, shadowing each other's moves perfectly. Also often referred to as a Zulu war dance and is often performed at weddings. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indlamu 3.Umushagiriro/Umushayayo Dance of Women The Dance of Women is more gentle and graceful and unusual in Africa. Its strength is the Graceful movement of Rwandan women highlight kindness, goodness, purity and the radiant beauty of what many consider Africa’s most beautiful women- even though as often is the case the Women’s Dance is based upon the movement of Ankole Cattle https://kabiza.com/kabiza-wilderness-safaris/rwanda-home-of-some-of-the-best-cultural-dances-and-music-in-africa/ 2. Adowa Adowa is by far the most widespread and frequently performed social dance of the Akan people of Ghana. The Akan are located in Ashanti, Brong Ahafo, Eastern, Central and parts of the Volta Regions of Ghana. It is best described in Akan musical traditions as a women's dance because they dominate the performance. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adowa_dance 1.Zaouli Zaouli is a traditional dance of the Guro people of central Ivory Coast. The Zaouli mask, used in the dance, was created in the 1950s, reportedly inspired by a girl named "Djela Lou Zaouli (meaning "Zaouli, daughter of Djela"). However, stories on the origins of the mask are varied, and each mask can have its own symbolic history. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zaouli Music: http://www.bensound.com Have an idea for an African top 10 video? Leave them in the comment section below. Subscribe for more videos Subscribe https://goo.gl/Oxyf2w for more videos -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Thanks for watching 2nacheki the best #Africa channel on Youtube for Africans to get the latest #africanews #africadance #africanmusic #africalist #africapolitics #africaentertainment & everything #African Support #2nacheki here PayPal: http://bit.ly/help2nacheki Patreon: http://bit.ly/support2nacheki Email us [email protected] for ads partnership, collabos & sponsorship -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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A dancing man on a stick - amazing african tribal dance - Zaouli Dance
A dancing man on a stick - amazing african tribal dance - Zaouli Dance
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Karo Men Tribal Dance
Views: 2242 UnTouchEThiopia
Odisseia Tribal  Os Wodaabe  Full Documentary
wodaabe Location, Land, and Climate Wodaabe are nomads, migrating through much of the Sahel from northern Cameroon to Chad, Niger, and northeast Nigeria. The last nomads in the area, the Wodaabe number between 160,000 and 200,000. Other around them - the Hausa, Fulani, and Tuaeg - regard the Wodaabe as wild people. The Wodaabe refer to the Fulani with equal disdain as Wodaabe who lost their way. The seasons dictate Wodaabe migrations. From July to September, the short rainy season, sporadic storms cause floods. Most of September and October are hot and dry, November to February is cold. The hottest months, March to June, are also dry. During the short rainy season, Wodaabe lineage groups come together and hold their ceremonial dances, the Geerewol, Worso, and Yakke. The rest of the year the Wodaabe split up into small lineage groups. Livelihood The Wodaabe's main economic activity is cattle-herding. Cattle provide milk products that, along with cereal obtained through trading, are the basis of the diet. Beef is eaten only during ceremonies. The Wodaabe also keep goats and sheep for milk and meat and use camels and donkeys for transportation. During the dry season, milk production is lowest, and the need for cereal grains especially acute. At thee times, however, the cows are in their poorest condition and grain prices are highest. Thus, Wodaabe sell their cattle at cutrate prices. Moreover, droughts in the 1970s and early 1980s depleted the herds, so many Wodaabe have had to resort to earning wages in towns or herding cattle for their sedentary neighbors. While these activities allow Wodaabe llineage groups and individuals to survive the dry season, they don't rebuilt the herds. The depletion of the herds means the Wodaabe can't use their traditional way of aiding members of the tribe who lose their cattle - by loaning a cow for several years, with the borrower keeping the calves. Cultural Systems The Wodaabe divide themselves into 15 lineage groups. Membership is based on both blood-lines and traveling together in the dry season. Membership in a lineage groups determines who can marry whom. The only marriages that may occur between members of the same groups are Koobegal marriages arranged during the partners' childhood and formally recognized by the council of elders. Subsequent Teegal marriages are by choice of the partners. Lineage-group membership doesn't exclude people from Teegal marriages, but such marriages often cause friction. They usually involve "wife-stealing," often with the consent of the woman but never with that of her husband. Teegal marriage is also a source of friction between the new wife and previous ones. More wives means that fewer resources, such as milk from the husband's herd, are allocated to each. Eloping in a Teegal marriage that carries little stigma allows a Wodaabe woman considerable freedom, but she must leave her children with the ex-husband. The system guarantees the children's place in society while permitting spontaneity and flexibility to the parents. The Wodaabe believe in various bush spirits that live in trees and wells and are reputed to be saddened by how people have treated them. All spirits are intertwined in taboos pertaining largely to ecology. Some spirits are dangerous. The Wodaabe have acquired some knowledge of Islam and invoke the name of Allah in times of death or difficulty. However, what constitutes the notion of Allah for the Wodaabe is ambiguous. More central is a set of values concerning beauty, patience, and fortitude. Physical beauty - a long nose, round head, light skin, and white teeth - is one ideal quality, particularly for men but for women as well. Wodaabe sometimes wear makeup to enhance these attractions. Central cultural institutions are the dances - Geerewol, Worso, and Yakke - held during tribal gatherings in the rainy season. During tribal gatherings, flirtations occur and Teegal marriages are negotiated. In the dances, the men of a lineage engage in a beauty contest judged by three young women from an opposite lineage. These young women are picked as judges by the male tribal elders on the basis of their fortitude and patience. They appraise the men on appearance, charm, and dancing ability. SUGGESTED READINGS Carol Beckwith and Marion Offelin, Nomads of Niger, H.N. Abrams, 1983. Carol Beckwith, "Niger's Wodaabe: People of the Taboo," National Geographic, October 1983. Marguerite Dupire, "The Position of Women in a Pastoral Society" in Women of Tropical Africa, ed. by Denise Paulne, University of California Press, 1982.
Views: 54650 DocuLand
Guys dancing to TRIBAL!
They arent that good lol
Views: 2272 Anna Lerma
Tribal Magz - Tribal Azonto Official Video (@Tribalmagz)
CHECK @TribalMagz Latest hit "AFRO PARTY" http://youtu.be/VeOn3S13Nt0 ▶ Watch #Top10VideosOfTheWEEK here: http://bit.ly/Top10KJ THE LONG AWAITED OFFICIAL VIDEO FOR TRIBAL AZONTO BY TRIBAL MAN MAGZ (Same guy that made The 'TRIBAL MAN SKANK') For Tribal Magz booking contact: Philips Management on [email protected] *TM Records UK* *Sick-A-Bit* *Philips Management* Follow On Twitter: http://goo.gl/cvs2i Like FB Fan Page: http://goo.gl/SXssC Thanks for Subscribing! → http://goo.gl/SeGKG AND DON'T FORGET TO LEAVE YOUR COMMENT, LIKE, SHARE... :-) | Visit http://www.kwamejoetv.com for all your latest Ghana Music Videos. #GhOnTheMap
Views: 243389 Kwame Joe
Funny tribal dance
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Iban Tribal Dance, Borneo Malaysia
Video with images of an Iban tribal dance at Ngemah Ili longhouse near the Lemanak river in the heart of Borneo. In the evening there is a dance by men and women accompanied by a group of musicians. One of them plays the enkrumong or xylophone made of gongs in different forms and sizes on a wooden frame. Another musician plays the wooden dumbak or drum. The male dancer has a war cap on his head made of twined rattan and decorated with yellow and black and red beads. On top of the cap are six black-and-white tail feathers of the hornbill. His dress is a white jacket with colourful designs and figures. In his left hand he has a long shield which ends in a peak at the top and the at bottom. In his right hand he holds a sceptre with locks of thick black hair attached to it. The hair is said to be cut from the heads of their enemies in the times when they were still headhunters. At the start of his performance the dancer squats down to move around slowly at the rhythm of the music with an emphasis on every motion. The dance requires excellent control over the muscles in his legs who constantly contract and distract to keep the balance. The dancer turns on one foot and then on the other to rise slowly until he reaches his full length. His dance represents a warrior who stalks an enemy ready to start a combat. In the end the dancer squats down again for a final jump forward. With one blow of his sword he slays down his imaginary enemy. In his dance he holds up his shield as a defence against a counter-attack. The female dancers have an orange sarong with silver ornaments. On their shoulders they have an embroidered cloth with a red brim. On their head they have a sugu tinggi or silver head dress. At the start of their performance they squat down as well to rise slowly. With subtle movements of the wrist and fingers and with waving arms they imitate the slow flight of a hornbill. Their dance is graceful and seductive. At each step forward to the music they show their legs underneath the sarong. When they bend over they show the curves of their body underneath their clothes. The colourful embroidery and silver ornaments add an extra touch to the beauty of their performance.
Views: 7108 Henk Sebregts
Native American Indian Traditional Men Tribal Dancing Compet
Native American Indian traditional tribal dancing competition at the Canadian Aboriginal Festival. Motivational speaker Clint Cora http://www.clintcora.com is a huge fan of native culture.
Views: 5279 Clint Cora
SaReGaMa - Tribal Dance (from The Ocean of an Old Man OST)
Ocean of An Old Man OST
Views: 15723 SaReGaMa
Manobo tribal dance
Selected Students of City Covenant Academy performing Manobo tribal dance. They are invited to join in Western Antipolo Mission School (WAMS) Foundation day contest. I'm proud on my Alma Mater.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Does Tribal Dance
Johnson performed with two others while in his native Hawaii filming "Jumanji."
Views: 1828394 Good Morning America
Salidsid  - Philippines Traditional Cultural Dance/Tribal Dance, Carassauga,Toronto,Canada 2018
Salisid – Kalinga, Cordillera This is a courtship dance that symbolizes a rooster trying to attract the attention of a hen. This is performed and portrayed by both male and female dancers as the rooster and hen respectively. The dance starts when each of them are given a piece of cloth known as “ayob” or “allap”. New Video Every Week Please Subscribe, Share,Comment&Like Next Video is coming Shortly..
African Tribal Dance Amrita tv let's dance 2 winner madhu footlights
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Baiga Pardhauni tribal dance of Madhya Pradesh
The Baiga tribe of Madhya Pradesh has its own set of indigenous dances. Notable among them is the Baiga Pardhauni. It is a major event in a wedding in the tribal community. Performed exclusively by men, it involves the donning the disguises of various animals and birds and performing their related actions. This dance is performed in the venue of the wedding to greet the procession carrying the groom. Source: http://www.india9.com/i9show/Baiga-Pardhauni-Dance-56378.htm This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The collection comprises of 100, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang [at] gmail [dot] com and [email protected]
Views: 5793 WildFilmsIndia
Gaur Maria tribal dance from Madhya Pradesh
Gaur Maria dance is a well known art form of Bison Horn Marias of Abhujmaria plateau of Bastar in Madhya Pradesh state of India. This spectacular dance performance symbolizes the hunting spirit of the tribe, since the word 'Gaur' means a ferocious bison. This traditional dance is a dance of joy and invocation. Gaur Maria dance is quite popular during the occasion of marriage. It is a group dance and both male and female enthusiastically participate in this dance. The announcement or invitation for the dance is given by making sound with a bamboo trumpet or a horn. The men folk in the presence of flutes and drums make their entry in the dancing arena. They are soon joined by the female dancers. The participants carry dancing sticks called 'Tirududi' in their right hands and tap them according to the drumbeats. They perform in their own groups by the side of the male members. Sometimes, they also take the liberty to cross and re-cross in between the groups of male dancers and drummers. The jingling anklets of the dancers truly correspond to the songs of their lips as they move further in dancing. By beating the drums, tossing of the horns and feathers of their headgears, as per the rising tempo, the men give the dance a wilder touch in appearance. The men with drums usually move in a circular direction by creating a variety of dancing patterns. In the bison dance, they attack one another and chase the female dancers. The Marias imitates a number of bison movements in the dance performance; most of them perform like frisky bulls, hurling wisps of grass into air, charging and tossing horns. This dance performance is engaged with chanting of many words in loud voice for inspiration in dancing. The male dancers exhibit their dancing skills by wearing headdresses that are frilled with stringed 'cowries' and plumes of peacock feathers fastened to them. The female performers generally adorn themselves with brass fillets and bead necklaces. These traditional jewelleries cover a large part of their bodies. They also paint their bodies with tattoos. Source : http://www.indianetzone.com/ This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]
Views: 5928 WildFilmsIndia
Khattak Tribal Dance from the rugged and legendary Frontier
Men of the Pakistan Frontier Constabulary perform the Pathan (Pakthun or Pashtun) tribal Khattak dance. This clip features a man spinning to the sound of drums and shehnai/ pipes. Khattak dancers usually perform with a sword around a campfire. The tribal dances were orginally intended to whip up emotion of the fighters on the eve of war. Now they are restricted to festive occasions, such as marraiges or births etc. Venue: Governor's Lodge Peshawar North West Frontier Pakistan
Views: 6838 peshawargallery
Male Belly Dancer: Draconis, 1st place Tribal Fusion Pro
Draconis, first place winner at Ya Halla, Y'all's tribal fusion professional competition.
Views: 45833 Draconis Dances
Black Guy vs Kid Tribal Dance Battle
My good friend Bobby showing his Tribal dancing skills against a young pro. Hilarious!
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Men's tribal dance
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The Captivating Red Philippine Mindanao Tribal Dance, Lumad
This video showcases another tribal performance that captured the attention of the crowd at the World Indigenous Arts Festival at Shah Alam recently. This dance called Lumad is a traditional dance performed by the indigenous tribes of southern Philippines' Mindanao islands.The most attractive part of this dance would be the colourfully red costumes that the female dancers wear. You will notice the distinctive headgear as well as the somewhat Spanish or western design influence in their beautifully decorated  costumes. The lone male dancer seems to be teasing the females in a ritual of sorts. This ritual is fast-paced and captivating in every move. Watch the video and be mesmerized by the tribal creativity. You can also catch the other performances videos of this festival in this channel. Like, share and continue to enjoy videos such as this by being a subscriber to this lifestyle channel right away.
Views: 2002 Manaweblife
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Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians Tribal Dancing
Dylan Jennings, a singer and dancer from the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians talks about men's traditional style of dancing, what it represents and how it feels.
Views: 624 Discover Wisconsin
Drunk White Man Ruins Traditional Tribal Dance
When a drink white man interrupts a traditional Fijian dance, the dancers take it in their stride. The dumb white man falls over, dirty dances and generally steals the show.
Views: 900 Josh Strawczynski
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Learn African Dance Moves For Beginners | 5 Min Dance Tutorial | Afrovibe is African Dance
Add African Dance moves to your routine in 5 minutes. Workout your arms and legs with Zen and our Afrovibe dance workout. With this workout, we infuse african dance moves and a toning workout that will surely make you sweat! PLUS, we have a live drummer on the set to make it fun! Beginners are welcome! Afrovibe is just one of the dance workouts made available for you from Hip Shake Fitness! Access hundreds of dance workouts in your on demand dance workout studio. We are proud to be an inclusive dance community that welcomes women of ALL body types and cultures. Get the full 30 minute workout when you become a member of our studio! PLUS, get 15 days on us. http://bit.ly/2mGK86y *** Follow Hip Shake Fitness on social media. https://www.facebook.com/HipShakeFitness/ https://www.instagram.com/hipshakefitness/ https://twitter.com/hipshakefitness?lang=en *** African Dance Workout Instructor: Zen https://www.instagram.com/zenlifelany/ Hip Shakers: Darrell https://www.instagram.com/drillian/ Grace https://www.instagram.com/g.e.k.s/ Drummer: Indigo: https://www.instagram.com/indigosmithpercussion/
Views: 260771 Hip Shake Fitness
2015 Iowa Tribal Powwow | Mens Fancy War Dance
Welcome! Our Iowa Annual Powwow is a celebration of homecoming and fellowship amongst our tribal bahkhoje people in Perkins, Oklahoma held annually on the 3rd weekend of June. It is a way of renewing old friendships and building new ones. The powwow is a celebration of life. It is a full weekend of singing, social dancing, feasting, and dance competitions with various tribal members from across America. The powwow is organized by a designated committe whereas they begin planning many months beforehand to assure all plans and budget expenses are met. The weekend typically begins on a Friday evening starting out with a Grand Entry. This is the time when veterans, chiefs, royalty, and dancers make a grand enterance into the sacred arena. Flags are carried by veterans to honor our fallen, retired, and present veterans/warriors.
Views: 384 Iowa Tribe
Kurukh Tribal Dance (Male)/Sarhul Purwa Sandhya Samaroh 2018,Ranchi
This Kurukh(Oraon) tribal Dance performed by the students of Adiwasi hostel Ranchi during Sarhul Purwa Sandhya Samaroh 2018 at Ranchi.
Peter Green - Tribal Dance
Peter Green ‎-- In The Skies Label: PVK Records ‎-- PVLS 101 Released: 1979 -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 16017 Salar Ansari
Tears Of The Girls In Amazon, Tribe isolated amazon girl dance 2018
Video- Tears Of The Girls In Amazon, Tribe isolated amazon girl dance 2018 Based on a MBC documentary, "Tears of the Amazon" tells the story of Amazon natives and how the destruction of their natural environment changed their lives.
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