Friday, October 7, 2011

Days Of Elijah Dance Presentation on Tambourine

I really like the song “Days of Elijah” and so I am sharing this video clip that was taken last year of Feb. 2010. It was a pattern taken from Books 1 and 2 which I choreograph. This simple dance presentation is dedicated to our Lord Jesus Christ, who was and who is to come.

We are just so careful not to stretch too much since the space is limited around. I do encourage you to also watch other videos I posted here so that you will also learn some basic steps in tambourine dance. This dance presentation was taken during a home Bible study. 

As I go back in time, I do miss a lot of things on tambourine dancing like the practices we had, the rehearsals and the fun together with my sisters in Christ. I pray that someday soon, I will be able to post Book 2 patterns for the tutorial and will also try to visit local churches around and showcase them if ever they have their ministry for dancing the tambourine. God bless you all! 

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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Book 2 Tambourine Dance Presentation

This next video was taken also last year during the Tambourine Graduation of my student in Book 2. As for my requirement, I asked her to choreograph a dance presentation using the patterns in Book 2.
I just posted this video to share with you what are the sample tambourine dance patterns in Book 2 which I haven’t posted any yet on my tutorial because of my pregnancy.

But God in His perfect time will allow me to do that if it’s possible. I may never promise you about any diagram to be shown here as for copyright issue. So the nearest and easiest thing to do is an instructional video which I really promised to do if God allowed me to.

Just bear with the video, it is not a High Density camera so it will not capture the speed of the movements showed here. The title of the song being played was Adonai by Hillsongs. Special thanks to Sis. Ivy who completed the Tambourine Book 2 pattern, God bless you all!


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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Tambourine Dance I am a Friend of God

This was taken last year during the second graduation rites of my students in Tambourine. During this time they finished Book 1 patterns and as for their requirement, I urge them to compose or choreograph a tambourine dance using the Basic Tambourine patterns in Book 1.

The graduation was a success although I really miss my students now because they have been busy with work and even if they are far away from me, I pray that they will continue their calling and their promise to God. It’s been more than a year now since I last saw them.

I am posting this dance so that you may at least be familiar with some of the basic patterns of tambourine in Book 1. You may also check the other posted tutorials I have in my blog and if you have questions, you may as well leave me a comment and I will be glad to reply you back, God bless!

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