Lesson 11   FAMOUS MUSIC IN VISAYA Objectives: After doing though this lesson you should be able to; 1. name some Visayan ...
In Balyu-an Festival NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
<ul><li>BAlyu-an Festivals </li></ul><ul><li>One of the most colorful of Philippine festivities s the “Balyu-an” of Leyte....
In Halaran   <ul><li>Halaran comes from the word “halad” which means gift or offer. This is a cultural attraction from the...
In Sinulog <ul><li>Sinulog  is celebrated in January in Cebu in honor of the Sto. Niño. It is a re-enactment of the Christ...
In Dinagyang NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
<ul><li>Dinagyang  is celebrated on January 26-27 in Ilo-ilo honoring the Sto. Niño. It is a grand mardi-gras, native styl...
<ul><li>Other exiting street spectacles include the fabulously decorated floats unfolding the historic past of the religio...
Balitaw <ul><li>A Visayan folk song. The word “ balitaw ” is derived from the Malayan word “ Berita ” which mean narration...
<ul><li>Dansa Menor or Pangharana (Serenade) is a dance piece compose in the Minor key. Traditionally it is the “Philippin...
Halaran  <ul><li>Halaran  comes from the word “ halad ” Which mean gift or offer. This is cultural attraction from the Wes...
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  1. 1. Lesson 11 FAMOUS MUSIC IN VISAYA Objectives: After doing though this lesson you should be able to; 1. name some Visayan religious song. 2. identify each festivity. 3. develop one’s awareness NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS 10 12 Lesson
  2. 2. In Balyu-an Festival NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  3. 3. <ul><li>BAlyu-an Festivals </li></ul><ul><li>One of the most colorful of Philippine festivities s the “Balyu-an” of Leyte. This s a celebration in honor of the Holy infant Jesus, the patron saint of Tacloban.Held every third week of the month of June, culminating in fluvial procession along the San Juanico Strait, Balyu-an reflects the people’s unity and religiously. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  4. 4. In Halaran <ul><li>Halaran comes from the word “halad” which means gift or offer. This is a cultural attraction from the west Visayan region which depicts the colorful history and culture of the Capizenos dating back to the pre-Spanish times, particularly, the landing and settlement of the Bornean datus divided Panay Island into provinces of Capiz, Iloilo and Antique. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  5. 5. In Sinulog <ul><li>Sinulog is celebrated in January in Cebu in honor of the Sto. Niño. It is a re-enactment of the Christianization of the King Humabon and queen. There is a parade participated by the “queen” followed by her “slave” and people dressed as giants (representing historical figures) as a devotion to Sto. Niño and other unseen forces. It maybe celebration of thanksgiving for a good harvest, good life, or repentance of one’s sin, or just plain worship. The paraders shout “Pit Senyor” as they go around the town. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  6. 6. In Dinagyang NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  7. 7. <ul><li>Dinagyang is celebrated on January 26-27 in Ilo-ilo honoring the Sto. Niño. It is a grand mardi-gras, native style, replete with riotous street dancing and revelry. </li></ul><ul><li>Every year some 15 tribes and 50 member in each group coming from neighboring towns of Ilo-ilo and the provinces of Aklan, Antique, and Negros Occidental, are all set of vie in the “Kasadyahan contest”, the biggest and most unique mardi-gras in the orient. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  8. 8. <ul><li>Other exiting street spectacles include the fabulously decorated floats unfolding the historic past of the religion with reenactment of the Bornean datus landing in Panay Island who purchased the island ( now divided into the provinces of Ilo-ilo, Antique, Capiz, and Aklan) seven centuries ago from Ati kiing Marikudo for a gold Salakot and gold necklace for his wife, maniwangtiwang. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  9. 9. Balitaw <ul><li>A Visayan folk song. The word “ balitaw ” is derived from the Malayan word “ Berita ” which mean narration or Balita in Tagalog. Balitaw is a dance and song, the counterpart of kundiman. Acording to Banas, balinaw is often sung than danced. </li></ul><ul><li>Balitaw is divided into two classes: Balitaw Mayor and Balitaw Menor. Balitaw Menor is characteristically a Visayan love song. </li></ul><ul><li>Balitaw Mayor </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Visayan Balintanaw -Counter part of the Tagalog Kundiman. It is lively and process more syncopation. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Example: </li></ul><ul><li>“ Sa Kabukiran – Manuel Velez </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Tagalog Balintanaw – is a harmoniums melody and lively as the European waltz. The original Balintawak is “ Inday sa Balitaw”. </li></ul></ul><ul><li> Example: </li></ul><ul><li>“ Paru-prung Bukid” </li></ul><ul><li>“ Tinikling” </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  10. 10. <ul><li>Dansa Menor or Pangharana (Serenade) is a dance piece compose in the Minor key. Traditionally it is the “Philippine Serenade” or “pananapatan” In 2/4 time. It is called “ Dansa Pilipino”. </li></ul><ul><li>Examples: </li></ul><ul><li>“ Hating Gabi” Antonio Molina </li></ul><ul><li>“ Sampaguita” Dolores Paterno </li></ul><ul><li>“ Ay, Ay, Kalisud” Visayan Folksong </li></ul><ul><li>“ Bukang Liwayway” Antonio Molina </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  11. 11. Halaran <ul><li>Halaran comes from the word “ halad ” Which mean gift or offer. This is cultural attraction from the West Visayan region which depicts the colorful history and culture of Capizeños dating back to the pre-Spanish times, particularly, the landing and settlement of the Bornean Datus who divided Panay Island into the provinces of Capiz, Ilo-ilo, and Antique. </li></ul><ul><li>Legends say that the bornean datus gave gifts to the abororigines of Panay as tokens of goodwill and friendship. The celebration is highlighted by pageantry, food, drinks, and dancing to the exotic sounding drums. </li></ul><ul><li>Other festivities are the “Ambanahon Kapisnon” a serenade of haunting native song, beauty tilts, Banca racing contest, and island hopping tours. </li></ul><ul><li>The celebration is on June 23-24 every year. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
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