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Forms and Styles of Philippine Music.pptx

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Forms and Styles of Philippine Music.pptx

  1. 1. Music of the Philippines include musical performance arts in the Philippines or by Filipinos composed in various genres and styles. The compositions are often a mixture of different Asian, Spanish, Latin America, American and Indigenous influences.
  2. 2. Photo by Glyn Lowe Photoworks.
  3. 3. • A series of recordings made on music played onthe spot. It does not have to be repeated and has to be performed only once
  4. 4. • Reflects the life of the common, mostly rural Filipinos • Example is “ Sa Ugoy ng Duyan” of Lucio San Pedro that recalls about the loving touch of the mother to her child. Another great composer known as patriotic composer is, Antonio Buenaventura
  5. 5. • Gong music can be divided into two:  flat gong -known as gangsa and played by the groups in the Cordillera region  bossed gong -played by the Islam groups and animist in the southern Philippines Gong is a percussion instrument that takes the form of a flat circular metal disc which is hit with a mallet.
  6. 6. • Hispanic influenced in Filipino culture is ubiquitous. This influence can easily be seen in folk and traditional music, especially in the Tagalog and Visayan regions, where Spanish influence was greatest.
  7. 7. • Traditional string orchestra comprising two string, mandolin type instruments such as banduria and laud; a guitar; a double bass; and often a drum for percussion. The rondala has its origin in the Iberian tradition, and is use to accompany several Hispanic- influenced song and forms and dances Rondalla Group Laud Bandurria
  8. 8. • Are popular lyrical songs dating back to the Spanish period and used in courtship rituals. They become more mainstream in the 1920s after the performers such as Atang de la Rama, Joveta Fuentes, Coching Rosal, Sylvia la Torre and Ruben Tagalog introduced them to a wider audience.  The harana is rooted in the Mexican-Spanish tradition and based on the rhythmic patterns of the habanera.  The kundiman has its pre-colonial origins from theTagalophone parts of the country, uses a triple meter rhythm, and is characterized by beginning in a minor key and shifting to a major one in the major half.
  9. 9. • Dance from Leyte. Involves two individual performs hitting bamboo poles, using to beat, tap, and slide on the ground in coordination with one or more dancers who steps over and in between poles.
  10. 10. • It is Philippines national dance. Notable for use of the fan and handkerchief in amplifying romantic gestures expressed by the couple performing the traditional courtship dance. Carinosa means “loving” or “affectionate one”.
  11. 11. • Originally referred only to Philippine pop songs, particularly ballads such as popular songs after the collapsed of its predecessors. • Some of the famous artists in the 2000s and the 2010s are Aiza Seguerra, Toni Gonzaga, Sarah Geronimo, Nina, Yeng Constantino and etc.
  12. 12. • Has been showcased in a live band scene • Among of the artist of this were Sarah Geronimo and YengConstantino
  13. 13. • Has become an important part of Philippine music culture. In the middle of the 20th century performing choral groups started to emerge and increasingly become popular as time goes by, not just in churches but in universities, schools and local communities. • The Philippine Madrigal Singers( originally the University of the Philipines Madrigal Singers) is one of the famous choral groups not only in the Philippine but also worldwide.
  14. 14. • Originally came from the United States and introduced it during their occupation to Filipinos • The medium was Tagalog, time when the Filipino adapted this music way back 1950s but later on they began writing in English in 1970 and local languages and Taglish(Tagalog and English) in early 1970s • “Ang Miss Universe ng Buhay Ko” is an example of this.
  15. 15. • Another genre that utilizes traditional instruments and found objects in personal compositions. A series of albums havebeen recorded and released by Ambahayan Productions like Kubing Album.
  16. 16. • Hip-Hop music or also known as rap music. Filipino hip-hop is music performed by musicians of Filipino descent, both in the Philippines and overseas, especially by Filipino-Americans. Hip-Hop music originated from the U.S. Rap music, released in the Philippines appeared in different languages such as Tagalog, Chavacano, Cebuano, Ilocano and English. • Most influential rappers in the country are Francis M, Gloc-9 and Andrew E.
  17. 17. • A kind of music popularized by local musicians which is unrehearsed and played in the public.
  18. 18. • Is instrumental music that may tell a story with explicit episodes, reveal facets of the character, place or occasion, or imitate the sounds of the world.
  19. 19. References  https://www.allaroundthisworld.com/learn/east-and-southeast-asia/the- philippines/the-philippines-music/  https://www.hisour.com/music-of-the-philippines-37444/  https://ph.asiatatler.com/life/historical-notes-on-why-filipinos-love-music  http://gwhs- stg02.i.gov.ph/~s2govnccaph/subcommissions/subcommission-on-the- arts-sca/music/philippine-music-formscomposition/  https://ncca.gov.ph/about-ncca-3/subcommissions/subcommission-on- the-arts-sca/music/popular-music-in-the-philippines/  https://www.highsnobiety.com/p/10-filipino-rappers-to-know/

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