Mindanao Islamic Music Instruments Essays and Term Papers

  • Music

    the arts, music is regarded as the most universal in its appeal and acceptance. This universality, however, does not mean that music is without individual character. Each country has its own kind of music that embodies the total experience, the collective consciousness of its people. Music, therefore...

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  • Reaction Paper

    ------------------------------------------------- Sarimanok The Sarimanok is a legendary bird of the Maranao people who originate from Mindanao, a major island in the Philippines. It comes from the words "sari" and "manok." "Sari" means cloth or garment, which is generally of assorted colors.[1] Manòk...

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  • Strama

    Mindano Music KOLINTANG TAGONGKO and KAPANIRONG Asian musical cultures come together in the Southern Philippines.  On these islands old Malay music and a later form of India/Muslim music coexist.  Unaccompanied singing and the use of bamboo ideocords and bamboo flutes are indicative of practices...

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  • Magindanaw

    Etymology The ancient people in Mainland Mindanao were called Iranun, also spelled Iranon,[4] of the coastal area of Illana Bay (Ilian in Maranao) and Iranaon of the people in Bembaran or Bukidnon and Kiaranda Area, a ragat or ranao, a lake, in local language.[5] The Iranon is the people of the constant...

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  • The Tender Truth

    University of the Philippines Diliman BA Film graduate, simultaneously narrates the story of her broken family and the continuous war in Southern Mindanao in her 70-minute documentary film War Is A Tender Thing. The film mainly revolves on the issue of the conflict between Muslims and Christians and...

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  • My Essay

    Publishers Desk Introduction Musical Instruments of the Bukidnon of Mindanao Philippine Music Instruments Kulintang Music Traditional Music of the Southern Philippines Panpipes (Philippine) Bamboo Organ Names of Individual Kulintang Gongs Philippine Music Samples Bahaghari Kalidrum Samahang Manlilikha ...

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  • Cultures

    * 2.2 Visual arts * 2.2.1 Painting * 2.2.2 Indigenous art * 2.2.3 Kut-kut art * 2.2.4 Islamic art * 2.3 Performing arts * 2.3.1 Music * 2.3.2 Dance * 2.4 Cinema and television * 2.5 Architecture * 3 Cuisine * 4 Martial arts * 5 Education...

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  • Phillipines Essay

    peoples such as the Ilongot make jewelry from pearl, red hornbill beaks, plants, and metals. Mosley 3 The Lumad peoples of Mindanao such as the B'laan, Mandaya, Mansaka and T'boli are skilled in the art of dyeing abaca fiber. Abaca is a plant closely related to bananas, and its...

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  • Basilan

    Basilan in Filipino/Tagalog; Provincia de Basilan in Zamboangueño) is an island province of the Philippines within the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM). Basilan is the largest and northernmost of the major islands of the Sulu Archipelago and is located just off the southern coast of Zamboanga...

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  • Marketing

    significant amount of Spanish and Mexican influence in Philippine customs and traditions. Hispanic influences are visible in traditional Philippine folk music, folk dance, language, food, art and religion. The most visible examples are the Spanish names of Filipinos, the thousands of Spanish loanwords in native...

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  • Modern life: its effect maranao culture

    village in which the malong was made, for example, the extremely intricate malong rawatan made only by handful or maranao weavers in Lanao del sur, Mindanao. Hand woven malongs, which are costly malong, are likely to be used only at social function to display the social and economic status of the wearer...

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  • Essay

    commission of crimes and captivity in wars between barangays. ------------------------------------------------- Islamic Monarchy The Islamic sultanates of Sulu and mainland Mindanao represented a higher stage of political and economic development than the barangay. These had a feudal form of social...

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  • Badjao Beggars

    of History Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology ABSTRACT The Badjao, who are considered part of the thirteen Moro ethno-linguistic groups in Mindanao specifically in the Sulu Archipelago area, are also found in Barangay Tambacan in Iligan City in Northern Mindanao. For centuries...

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  • Philippine Music

    Luarca, Shimamoto, Torio, Yumol Music, 3rd Term PHILIPPINE MUSIC I. YEAR AND HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Philippine Music is divided into four eras or traditions, namely Ethnic, Spanish Colonial, American Colonial and Contemporary traditions. Majority of Philippine Music really revolves around cultural...

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  • Kaymito Leaves Decoction as Antiseptic Mouthwash

    cultural minorities live in the style of their forebearers in the hills and mountains throughout the Philippine Archipelago. The hillside and interior of Mindanao in the southern part of the Philippines are inhabited by non-Christian Filipino tribes whose culture and animistic beliefs predate both Islam and...

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  • Output Research on Indigenous People's Group

    commonly used by the latter. • Music  The Aeta have a musical heritage consisting of various types of agung ensembles - ensembles composed of large hanging, suspended or held, bossed/knobbed gongs which act as drone without any accompanying melodic instrument. • Livelihood/ Handicraft  The most...

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  • Classifications of Philippine Folk Dances

    Moros include the the Maranao, Maguindanao, Samal, and Tausug. Because they were able to resist Spanish colonizations, they were able to preserve the Islamic lifestyle that markedly differs from the majority of the Philippine population. The dances are characterized by vivid colors and rhythmic movements...

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  • Festivals in Davao Region

    celebrating Filipino excellence in music through composition, performance and production, providing the youth with more opportunities in the music industry as its goal. Local government of Tagum provides musical instruments to public schools aiming to amplify music appreciation and enhance the skills...

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  • The Turttle and the Monkey

    the conference is the presentation , demonstration and workshop of traditional sports, games and dances. Traditional games from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao of the Philippines and foreign TSG’s will be presented and participated by the delegates. GREETINGS!!! ...

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  • Philippines

    kilometer square. The nine largest islands of Luzon, Mindanao, Palawan, Panay, Mindoro, Samar, Negros, Leyte and Cebu make up 90% of the nation's land area. The Philippines is mountainous in nature. The highest mountain is Mt. Apo, which is located in Mindanao. The second largest is Mt.Pulog in Luzon. There...

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