• My Essay
    Publisher Steven K. Dowd Contributing Writers Hans Brandeis Corazon Canave-Dioquino Zonia Elvas Velasco Philip Dominguez Mercurio Crisouli Tsaglis Peachie Baron Saguin Contents Publishers Desk Introduction Musical Instruments of the Bukidnon of Mindanao Philippine Music Instruments...
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  • Music
    European violin used to accompany songs.             Perhaps the greatest number of indigenous musical instruments belong to the idiophone group. In particular, some of these idiophones are the jew’s harp, suspended beams, bamboo buzzer, percussion sticks and gongs. The jew’s harp is a very thin slit...
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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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  • Filipino Traditional Music
    groups in Borneo, Flores and Sulawesi playing kulintangan; and Muslim groups playing the same genre of music in Mindanao, Palawan and the Sulu archipelago. It is distantly related to the Gamelan music orchestras of Java and Bali, as well as the musical forms in Mainland Southeast Asia, mainly because...
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  • Resume Sample
    individually * Capable of working under pressure and/or deadline * Has good leadership skills * Able to read, write and verbally communicate in English * Computer literate * Able to play musical instruments 6. AFFILIATIONS * Member, Philippine Institute of...
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  • Mapeh
    Instrument | Music of 20th Century | 2ndQuarter | Music of…-Mindanao-Visayas-Palawan | East Asian MusicMusic Composition of…-China-Japan-Korea | Latin American Music-Music of Argentina-Music of Brazil-Musical Styles: Salsa, Tango, Rumba, Samba, Merengue, Calypso-Musical Instrument | Music of Romantic...
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  • Development of Dance and Music in the Philippines
    percussion instrument still used b) Bunkaka/bilbil – bamboo musical instrument c) Sulibaw – hollow wooden drum; rhythm instrument to mark the times of the dance d) Tugo – drum e) Ludag – drum f) Neguet – drum g) Gansa – kind of bronze goong h) Kulingtangan – set of graduated melody gongs...
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  • K to 12 Curriculum
    music from Mindanao. * explores ways of producing sounds on a variety of sources that would emulate the instruments being studied. * evaluates music and music performances applying knowledge of musical elements and style. | * Representative Compositions of the Philippines - Harana - Balitaw...
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  • Strama
    or string instrument is played to accompany it.  The principal eight-gong series (kolintang) is used to play a variety of meaningful compositions; the other gongs and the drum follow its beat.In Maranao the musical or poetical compositions played on the kolintang usually have dual meanings: literal...
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  • Kulintang (Musical Instrument of the Philippines)
    Kulintang is the (percussion) gong musical instrument of Mindanao, Philippines. It is a single musical instrument composed of 7-8 gongs laid horizontally on a stand. Kulintang music is considered an ancient tradition that predates the influences of Islam, Christianity, and the West. In the...
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  • T'Boli Tribe
    The Tboli are one of the indigenous peoples of South Cotabato in Southern Mindanao. From the body of ethnographic and linguistic literature on Mindanao they are variously known as Tboli, T'boli, Tböli, Tiboli, Tibole, Tagabili, Tagabeli, and Tagabulu. They term themselves Tboli or T'boli. Their...
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  • Wertyuiop[]Poytrew
    Cordillera’s Music The music of the Cordillera region of the Philippines is similar to the music of continental Southeast Asia. It has rhythmic, speech-like enunciation. Genres include epics. Musical instruments in the region include graduated flat gongs, nose flutes, bamboo buzzers, clappers...
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  • The Mandaya Tribe
    merrymaking. Any topic like funny personal traits, food, offering of drinks and many more could be derived for a bayok.        Mandaya also has an array of musical rendition. Instruments like kudlong, a two-stringed zither with only one string with frets, deliver music with historical, eventful...
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  • The Filipino Culture
    musical tradition long before westerners set foot on our native land. Music was present in every stage of our ancestors’ lives — from birth to death, in blissful or tragic times. Such instruments as flat gongs, bamboo buzzers, clappers, quill-shaped percussion tubes, and brass Jew’s harps are often seen...
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  • T'Boli Culture and the Threat of Modernity
    one of the indigenous people in Southern Mindanao. Known for their excellent skills in weaving and metal works, they are able to produce their one of a kind Tboli cloth, the Tinalak and fine metal works from musical instruments to swords. Most of them also has talents in making wooden collectibles...
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  • Research
    Tagalog region, uses triple meter rhythm. Kundiman is also characterized by a minor key at the beginning and shifts to a major key in the second half. Its lyrics depict a romantic theme, usually portraying love, passion, or sadness. In the 1920s Harana and Kundiman became more mainstream musical...
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  • T'Boli Tribe
    groups. The T’boli culture is belonging with nature. In their dances, the dancers imitate the action of animals like monkey and birds. The T’boli is rich in terms in their musical culture with the different musical instruments but their songs are meant for entertainment only. The T'boli believes that...
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  • Thinking
    deliberately shave their eyebrows to a thin line. The root of their nose is low, while the ridge is broad. Their lips are full and their chins are round. Musical Heritage of the Mindanao Lumad groups Most of the Mindanao Lumad groups have a musical heritage consisting of various types of Agung ensembles...
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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...
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  • Carving
    strips of the malong indicate the wearer's village of origin. Brass and metal works, from the fuctional betel-nut boxes to musical instruments, always carry these designs as well. A more distinctive variation is the sarimanok, a chickenlike figure that carries a fish in its beak....
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