A typical Dance of the Talaandig tribe mimicking the movement of the bird up in the air called "Bano>
A dance for entertainment performed during festivals and gatherings.
A dance of male Talaanding tribe presenting their expertise in style and arts in fighting their opponents or enemies with their ritual dances for offering to their magbabaya (GOD).
A dance performed by male and female Talaandig for entertainment and sometimes in their ritual dances for offering to their Magbabaya.
A dance depicting the way and style in planting, harvesting and winnowing palays. This is perform for public entertainment.
Ritual dance performed by women during religious celebration, kaligaon.
The dance of the Baylan or Priest during a hinaklaran ritual.
A dance perfomance solo.
A dance imitating one who is suffering from legs cramp.
A courtship dance performed by two men and a woman, with one man winning the maiden love.
A dance mimicking the hunters adventure.
A dance mimicking the farming activities.
A dance mimicking the mother as she takes care of the baby looks for food and washes in the river.
A dance mimicking a forest bird locally called Tungkago resembling a horn bill, with the dancer holding her forefingers to the side of her nose.
A dance performed by men, originally out to hunt their enemies.
A dance using a wooden pole simulating the pounding of rice harvest.