• Kaymito Leaves Decoction as Antiseptic Mouthwash
    Marikina, Rizal province, during the Spanish times.   Balse was performed after the lutrina (a religious procession), and the music that accompanied the dancers was played by the musikongbungbong (musicians using instruments made of bamboo).CariñosaMIDI File (carinosa.mid) (kah-reehn-YOH-sah)  This...
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  • About the Philippines
    Philippine National Police under the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG). In the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, the largest separatist organization, the Moro National Liberation Front, is now engaging the government politically. Other more militant groups like the Moro Islamic...
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  • Output Research on Indigenous People's Group
    the cadaver will decompose in a natural way. • Music  The B’laan use musical instruments extensively with their rituals and dances. The instruments run the full range of idiophones (percussions), zithers (bamboo tubes with strings), chordophones (wooden lutes), and aerophones (flutes and reeds...
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  • Philippines
    government jobs during his tenure (1965–1986).368 Muslim Filipinos, also referred to as Moros, have historically lived mainly on the southern island of Mindanao and the Sulu archipelago, where separate sultanates ruled after the advent of the Islamic religion.369 The Moros represent the most culturally...
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  • Performing Arts
    performance strongly depends on how the artists execute their crafts in all the scenes. [pic] |The early music of the Philippines featured a mixture of Indigenous, Islamic and a variety of Asian |[pic] | |sounds that flourished before the...
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  • Ward
    Islamic insurgency in Mindanao, relations with Middle Eastern countries (including Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates) are friendly as seen in the continuous employment of more than two million overseas Filipinos living there. With communism no longer the threat...
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  • Economy
    the Philippines were written during the Mexican and Spanish period. Philippine literature is written inSpanish, English, Tagalog, and/or other native Philippine languages. Music * The early music of the Philippines featured a mixture of Indigenous, Islamic and a variety of Asian sounds that...
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  • Asean Culture
    about Folk Dances, Festivals and Traditions. But culture is more than that. Culture is the characteristics of a particular group of people, defined by everything from language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts. Each country in the Association of South East Asian Nation or ASEAN has its...
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  • Secret Book
    , Kenny Endo. ........70 22. The Mindanao Kulintang Ensemble ...............................................................71 ii AUTHOR: Sakata SUBJECT: Music ASIAN AND ASIAN-AMERICAN MUSIC by Hiromi Lorraine Sakata PREFACE Approach to Essay When I was first asked to write the Asian-American...
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  • Contitutional Accomodation of Bangsamoro
    , it is not likely that the Philippine government and even the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) and the United Nations (UN) would agree to a referendum on the question of independence even if only in the predominantly Muslim areas in Mindanao. Then, you have the more feasible general...
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  • Phillipine
    the Philippines featured a mixture of Indigenous, Islamic and a variety of Asian sounds that flourished before the European and American colonization in the 16th and 20th centuries. Spanish settlers and Filipinos played a variety of musical instruments, including flutes, guitar,ukelele, violin...
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  • Ap World History Chapter 21 Summary
    mission failed e. Ilkan Ghazan's conversion to Islam in 1295 ended possibility of alliance 3. Ibn Battuta (1304-1369) f. A Moroccan Islamic scholar who served as qadi to the sultan of Delhi g. Later served on Maldive Islands and traveled to east and...
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  • Ethno-Religious Separatism: Strategies to Cope with Minority Status
    the sufficient amounts of power to the leaders in the Muslim dominated south. Second, failure of these efforts were also linked with Muslim Mindanao inability to truly speak in one voice especially with the emergence of two other armed separatist factions; the MILF (Muslim Islamic Liberation Front...
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  • Filipino Traditional Music
    , where the fan, and handkerchief plays an instrument role as it places the couple in romance scenario. The dance is similar to the Jarabe Tapatío. The Cariñosa is accompanied with Hispanic music, and language. It is also related to Kuracha, Amenudo and Kuradang in the Visayas and Mindanao Area...
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  • Moa-Ad
    found therein like timber, mines, etc? Yes. In fact, such powers are already granted to the present autonomous government. They can even regulate certain activities within the area, such as logging operations for instance. 15. What will happen to operating licenses and similar instruments...
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  • Literature Region 10 Philippines
    occidental) Vocal Music in General  The most important means of musical expression of the Bukidnon is vocal music. As a rule, a male or female solo singer performs without the accompaniment of any musical instrument. The only exception is the collective singing of women called tabúk during...
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  • Methods of Research
    became the instrument of the Muslims in Mindanao in thwarting the western colonialism.        The Cotabato had been the seat of the Maguindanao sultanate. This is the ancestral land of the Maguindanao including the hill tribes such as the Tiruray, Tasaday and Subanun. Because of its wide valley...
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  • Mnlf
    island of Sulu which out of a population of 620 thousand in 2000 had 591 thousand followers of the Islamic faith (National Statistical Office, 2000). RESEARCH INSTRUMENT This paper was researched using data drawn from primary and secondary sources. This included text analysis, statistical data such as...
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  • Social Problems
    group that was fighting for an independent Islamic state in Mindanao. Since 1994, it has burned a Christian town, beheaded a number of innocent civilians, abducted foreigners and planted bombs in crowded areas. The AFP claimed that it was able to reduce the Abu Sayyaf force from 4,000 in 1994 to 600...
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  • Manila
    Chairman, Central Committee of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). The auspicious birth of the Mindanao Independence Movement (MIM) espoused by the “Grand Old man of Cotabato” Governor Datu Udtog Matalam. There was a shirt of political power from the traditional MUslim ruling class to the...
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