The lakalaka (walking briskly) is a Tongan group dance where the performers are largely standing still and make gestures with their arms only. It is considered as the national dance of Tonga and part of the intangible human heritage. It is the ideal dance at formal occasions, like the birthday of the king or the opening of a church. ==Choreography...
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(from the article `music and dance, Oceanic`) ...were performed by men or women separately in accompaniment to singing, long bamboo stamping tubes, and percussion sticks. An evolved form of this ...
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