Philippine Folk Dances From Pangasinan by Jovita Sison Friese
Folk Dance of Pangasinan, Philippines [Opening Ceremony of 3rd Batch SEA-TVET Programme]
Philippine Folk Dances From Pangasinan
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The binasuan is a Filipino folk dance in which the performer holds full wine glasses in each hand while performing balancing tricks. Wine may be used to fill the glasses, but other liquids may be substituted. The arms are rotated over and under the shoulder in order to keep the palms facing up so as not to spill the liquid while nevertheless allowing the radius to cross over the ulna via pronation. Binasuan originated in Pangasinan and is popular at festive events such as weddings. As the liquid never spills, the rotation can all occur within the same plane. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article does not cite any sources.