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The Alkampor dance is believed to be from Tanauan, Leyte. The dance is a little 'flirty' with the ladies swaying their supposed to be alkampor-scented scarves in front of their partners' face. The first figure is a slow and stately movement like very formal French court dances such as the minuet. The third figure is a lively Spanish- influenced movement, probably from the bolero, the fandango or the jota. The Polish mazurka also appears in one its figures.
There are different variations on this dance. For instance, in one version, the kalo nga de faja (hat with hatband) is not used, unlike in the very popular Aquino version.
 External Link
- Alcamfor at You Tube