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Philippines is a lively country, full of country and tradition. Even before the coming of the Spanish, they already have their own music

Philippines is a lively country, full of country and tradition. Even before the coming of the Spanish, they already have their own music

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    • Ethnic music - the traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of people in a communityFilipino music is quite diverse as the indigenous people in the Philippines spread across hundreds of islands. There are aproximately 140 ethnic groups.
    • Philippine indigenous music beforethe colonial era was largelyfunctional. Expressed eitherinstrumentally or vocally or acombination of both, music wasdeeply integrated with the activitiesof the natives. The ancient Filipinoshad music practically for alloccasions, for every phase of life,from birth to death.
    • … largely retained and practiced by about10 percent of the population concentratedmainly in three regions: Northern Luzon,the Central Philippine islands of Mindoroand Palawan and the southern islands ofMindanano and Sulu. In Mindanao andSulu, two musical and cultural traditionsmay be noted – the Islamic, consisting ofsuch groups as the Maguindanao,Maranao, Yakan, Tausog and Samal, andthe pre-Islamic which is composed of theBagobo, Manobo, Bukidnon, Tagakaolo,Bilaan, Mansaka, Subanon and Mandaya,among others.
    • Music style varies region to regionOften the music is Polyphonic & uses highly interlocking repeated patterns.Most musical instruments are Percussion InstrumentsSome belong to the wind and string family
    • The muscial form/style of the Philippines can be grouped into two : the southern style and the northern style. But as a whole, instruments could be distinguished by their equivalence in wind, string, percussion
    • ethnic groups in the Mindanao Tausug in the Sulu Acrhipelago is known for their sophisticated musical repotoire called Kulintang The main instruments used for Kulintang is similar to the gongs used in Indonesia. Often the music in Mindanao is similar to the tribes in visayas
    • Aerophone instrument: PalendagChordophone instrument: KaltsangIdiophone (percussion) instrument: Kulintang
    • ethnic People of Central Cordilleras of Luzon also play music with the use of gongs , but unlike those of the sothern repotoire , the gongs , called Gangsa , are unbossed and originate from mainland Asia
    • Aerophone instrument: PaldongChordophone Instrument: GitgitIdiophone (percussion) instrument: gangsa
    • Ethnic music in the Philippines often serves as a musical accompanyment for various traditions such as religious ceremonies and rituals.Phase of Life ExampleChild Birth Kalinga approsCourtship, Love songs Kalinga Ading, Tingguian Inegegkak si labagoDeath, Funerals Maranao DikirWork Songs Bontoc Ayoweng (Rice Pounding)Hunting SongsInvited guests songs Samal tenis-tenis
    • Nature has played a great role in shaping upthe music technology and aesthetics of thevarious ethnic musical traditions. Ethnicmusical instruments are primarily objects ofnature as they consist mainly of bamboo,wood, shell, animal skin and metal; just asmany of the melodies and rhythms of tribalchants imitate some aspects of naturessounds and movements.” (Pre ColonialIndegenous Music)