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Lesson objectives:
This Lesson aims to:
Narrate the life of
selected
contemporary
Filipino composer/s
Analyze the musical
characteristics of
traditional
contemporary
Philippine music,
Perform selection
of contemporary
Philippine music,
Evaluate music and
music performance
using guided
rubrics.
music 10 third module 1.pptx
CONTEMPORARY
PHILIPPINE
MUSIC
TRADITIONAL
MUSIC
Test your prior knowledge
about the topic choose your
answer from the options
provided in each item. Write
your answer on your
notebook
1. He is known as
romantic nationalist
who incorporate
Philippine folk
elements with western
form to create high
tonal melody and
expressive harmonies.
A. Francisco Buencamino,
Sr.
B. Lucio San Pedro
C. Rosendo santos
D. Alfredo Buenaventura

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music 10 third module 1.pptx

  • 2. Lesson objectives: This Lesson aims to: Narrate the life of selected contemporary Filipino composer/s Analyze the musical characteristics of traditional contemporary Philippine music, Perform selection of contemporary Philippine music, Evaluate music and music performance using guided rubrics.
  • 5. Test your prior knowledge about the topic choose your answer from the options provided in each item. Write your answer on your notebook
  • 6. 1. He is known as romantic nationalist who incorporate Philippine folk elements with western form to create high tonal melody and expressive harmonies. A. Francisco Buencamino, Sr. B. Lucio San Pedro C. Rosendo santos D. Alfredo Buenaventura
  • 7. 2. This music refers to compositions that have embraced ideas and elements from 20th century art music in the west A. Classical Music B. Traditional Music C. Contemporary Music D. Renaissance Music
  • 8. 3. He combined European romanticism with chromatocism A. Francisco Santiago B. Col. Antonio Buenaventura C. Nicanor Abelardo D. Antonio Molina
  • 9. 4. The following are work of Ryan Cayabyab except: A. Kay Ganda ng ating Musika B. Alikabok C. Tuwing Umuulan at kapiling ka D. Pakiusap
  • 10. 5. This statement best supports contemporary music A. Music genres that evolved after the early to mid-1920s B. Music genres that evolved before the 19th century C. Music genres that evolved after the early to mid-1930s D. Music genres that evolved after the early to mid-1940s
  • 11. 1. B 2. C 3. C 4. D 5. D
  • 12. Contemporary Philippine Music + RAMON P. SANTOS, PH. D. + Contemporary music in the Philippines usually refers to compositions that have adopted ideas and elements from twentieth century art music in the West, as well as the latest trends and musical styles in the entertainment industry. This brief introduction covers only the works written by the art music composers.
  • 13. + The modern Filipino repertoire consist of pieces that have been written in twentieth century idioms that have evolved out of such stylistic movements as impressionism, expressionism, neo-classism, as well as the so-called avant-garde and New Music. A good number of these works have utilized the standard formats of classical European music such as the concerto, the symphony, the symphonic and tone poems, cantata, etc. and may therefore be broadly categorized as neo-classic. At the same time, they have also been greatly influenced by the textural colors of Debussy’s music and the ambiguous and “dissonant” tonalities of early 20th century expressionist compositions. Moreover, the sounds of non-Western instruments have been added to the tonal fabric.
  • 17. + Francisco Buencamino belonged to a family of musicians. He was born in San Miguel de Mayumo, Bulacan, on November 5, 1883. In 1930, he founded the Academy of Music of Buencamino. His musical styles are Kundimans and Sarzuela. + Francisco Buencamino composed some of Tagalog operettas, including Marcela, Si Tio Selo, Yayang, and Pangakong Hindi Natupad. Buencamino taught and founded the Buencamino Music Academy and had some of the popular musicians as his students. There were films that he created a official sound track.
  • 18. His musical compositions: Ang larawan (The Portrait), for piano 05:04 Keyboard Maligayang bati (Birthday Greetings), for piano 03:52 Keyboard No hablos mas!, for piano 01:50 Keyboard Mayón, fantasia de concierto, for piano 05:53 Keyboard
  • 21. + Francisco Santiago (January 29, 1889 – September 28, 1947) was a Filipino musician, sometimes called The Father of Kundiman Art Song + He studied at the University of the Philippines (UP) Conservatory of Music, obtaining a degree in Piano in 1921, and a degree in Science and Composition in 1922. He went to the United States to pursue further education. He first obtained his master's degree at the American Conservatory of Music in June 1923, and finally a Doctorate degree at the Chicago Musical School in August 1924. He is the first Filipino musician to attain a doctorate degree.
  • 22. + Today, Francisco Santiago is one of the most celebrated Filipino composers today. His kundiman "Anak Dalita" and "Pakiusap" are in the standard repertoire of Filipino singers today. A hall in the Head Office of BDO (formerly the PCIBank Twin Towers, head office of PCIB) was named in his honor as the Francisco Santiago Hall. It was mainly used for kundiman contests of the Makati city government and the awarding of Service Awards of the former Equitable PCI Bank and PCIBank.
  • 23. His Compositions + listed about 156 works by Francisco Santiago. However most of them are either missing or destroyed due to the war. Surviving compositions of Francisco Santiago mostly consist of published songs, piano works, and a few others in manuscript. There are probably more compositions not listed in Manuel's catalog due to them being destroyed during the war. Some of his kundimans/songs are "Sakali Man", "Hibik ng Filipinas", "Pakiusap", "Ang Pag-ibig", "Suyuan", "Alaala Kita", "Ikaw at Ako", "Ano Kaya ang Kapalaran?", "Hatol Hari Kaya?", "Sakali't Mamatay", "Dalit ng Pag-ibig", "Aking Bituin", "Madaling Araw" and "Pagsikat ng Araw". + His large-scale compositions, such as the Philippine Overture for Orchestra, Sonata Filipina in D-flat for piano, Piano Concerto, and Taga-ilog Symphony were all destroyed.
  • 26. + Nicanor Santa Ana Abelardo (February 7, 1893 – March 21, 1934) was a Filipino composer known for kundiman songs he wrote before the Second World War. + Nicanor Abelardo was born in San Miguel de Mayumo, Bulacan to Valentin Abelardo and Placida Santa Ana, on February 7, 1893[1] His mother belonged to a family of artists in Guagua, the Henson. He was introduced to music when he was five years old when his father taught him the solfeggio, the bandurria, and the guitar at 6. His quick mastery of the instruments has made him a prodigy in town. He could play his father's arrangement of Rossini's "William Tell Overture" on the guitar at age 6. He also learned the violin and other string instruments given to him by his father, and learned how to play quickly without much difficulty. In 1901, he wrote his first composition, "Ang Unang Buko" and dedicated it to his grandmother.
  • 27. + In 1916, Abelardo entered the newly-established University of the Philippines Conservatory of Music, taking courses under Guy F. Harrison and Robert Schofield. During his studies, he composed the melody of the university's official anthem, U.P. Naming Mahal in 1917. The Conservatory instantly noticed his musical ability and by 1918, he was appointed assistant instructor in solfeggio and harmony. He took lessons in piano under Jose Estella, violin under Bonifacio Abdon, and voice under Victorino Carrion. He continued conducting cinema orchestras and play the piano at saloons and cabarets during this time, and this is also the time where he learned to drink alcohol. in 1921 he finally received his degree in science and composition, and thereafter took a post-graduate course which he finished the next year. On 1924 he became head of the composition department of the conservatory, and at night taught private music lessons to some prominent families.
  • 28. + He wrote most of his important works while teaching at the conservatory. His graduation piece, a Piano Sonata in G Major, was the first Sonata made by a Filipino composer[a] and his post-graduate piece, the Piano Concerto in B-flat minor, was the first concerto made by a Filipino composer. Almost all of his kundiman was written during his time as well. + He asked a leave of one year because "There is a greater demand in my activities which demand my whole personal attention." He resigned his post in 1930 only to be reinstated in the same year. In 1931 he received a grant to pursue advanced musical studies abroad. He accepted the offer despite his little savings, seeing his bright prospects in the future.
  • 29. + Abelardo developed styles that combined European romanticism with chromaticism + Nicanor Abelardo, along with Francisco Santiago, is known for redefining the kundiman, bringing the form to art-song status. Abelardo's kundiman songs, such as "Mutya ng Pasig", "Nasaan ka, Irog?", and "Bituing Marikit" proved to be popular among the Filipino people, and his compositions are regularly played in concerts in the Philippines.
  • 30. His Compositions + Cinderella overture + Panoramas + A violin sonata + Mutya ng pasig + Nasaan ka irog + Cavatina for violin cello + Magbalik ka hirang
  • 33. + Antonio Jesús Naguiat Molina (December 26, 1894 – January 29, 1980) was a Filipino composer, conductor and music administrator. He was named a National Artist of the Philippines for his services to music. He was also known as the Claude Debussy of the Philippines due to his use of impressionist themes in music. + Molina was born in Quiapo, Manila, the son of Juan Molina, a government official, who founded the Molina Orchestra.[1]:147 He attended the Escuela Catolica de Nuestro Padre Jesus Nazareno in Quiapo, Manila, and college at San Juan De Letran where he was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1909.
  • 34. + Molina made his first composition in 1912 titled Matinal, which is preserved in an unpublished volume called Miniaturas, Vol. 1.[1]:147 He was appointed to teach harmony, composition, music history, and violincello at the UP Conservatory of Music, pursuing a career in music education until being appointed dean of the Centro Escolar Conservatory of Music. He founded the CEU String Quartet which was professionally organized and financed by its music school. + As a composer Molina is credited with over 500 compositions.
  • 35. His compositions + Molina’s most familiar composition is Hatinggabi, a serenade for solo violin and piano accompaniment. Other works are (orchestral music) Misa Antoniana Grand Festival Mass, Ang Batingaw, Kundiman- Kundangan; (chamber music) Hating Gabi, String Quartet, Kung sa Iyong Gunita, Pandangguhan; (vocal music) Amihan, Awit ni Maria Clara, Larawan Nitong Pilipinas, among others. +
  • 38. +Hilarion Francisco Rubio•Born on October 21, 1902 inBacoor, Cavite•Composer, music teacher,conductor, and clarinetist•His interest in music came from theinfluence of his unclewho was thenplaying with the Bacoor Band•He became a member of BacoorBand as aClarinetistat the age of 8
  • 39. + (b Bacoor, Cavite, Oct 21, 1902; d Bacoor, Dec 28, 1985). Filipino composer and writer on music. At an early age he learnt to play the violin, the piano and the clarinet under an Aglipayan priest. He took preparatory law courses at the Far Eastern Institute (Associate in Arts 1927) and then entered the University of the Philippines Conservatory, where he received a teacher’s diploma in theory and composition in 1933. Later he taught at the university and was assistant secretary of its conservatory (1939–41).
  • 40. + He also taught in other institutions, becoming director of the Conservatory of Centro Escolar University (1944–5). Founder-president of the Philippine Bandmasters’ Association, he conducted concerts and stage performances in the Philippines and elsewhere in Asia. He also published articles on Philippine music, into which he has made dedicated research. He made four goodwill trips to Taiwan (1956–60), for which he received the Friend of China Award. Among his prizes and honours is a diploma of merit from the University of the Philippines on his
  • 41. His compositions + Rubio’s compositions include: Bulaklaken, Theme and Variations for Band, Dance of the Nymphs Rondo, Florente at Laura (overture), Halik, Danza, Unang Katas, Twopart Invention (piano), Ang Konsyerto (ballet), Ang Magsasaka, BukangLiwayway, Concertino in C (marimba and piano), Filipinas Kong Mahal, Hatulan Mo Ako, GinintuangAraw, In a Tropical Sea, Light, Narra, Mutya ng Silangan, To the Filipino Youth, Nela, National Heroes Day Hymn, and Salamisim. He passed away on December 28, 1985.
  • 44. + Colonel Antonino Ramirez Buenaventura was a renowned composer, conductor, and teacher. His father Lucio was the chief musician of the Spanish artillery band in Intramuros and founder of Banda Buenaventura. As a young boy, he had already demonstrated a passion for music while learning the rudiments of music and solfeggio and becoming a proficient clarinet player.
  • 45. + Col. Buenaventura further developed his musical abilities at the Conservatory of Music, University of the Philippines (UP) at the age of 19. He received a Teacher’s Diploma in Science and Composition at UP. Nicanor Abelardo and Francisco Santiago were among his famous mentors. At the University, Buenaventura led the UP ROTC Band and established the UP Junior Orchestra which was the first collegiate orchestra in the country. He pursued further studies at the Institute of International Education in New York. He was also awarded a study grant by the UNESCO in 1949. He was a delegate to the general assembly of the International Society for Music Education held in Montreux, Switzerland in 1976. He represented the country at the general meetings of the International Music Council (IMC) in Rome (1962) and Hamburg (1964).
  • 46. + Buenaventura was actively involved with the various military bands which ultimately earned him his military rank of Colonel. He was a music instructor and band conductor of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA). Later, he restored the Philippine Constabulary Band in 1945, which was reputedly likened to a symphony orchestra. It was considered as “one of the best military bands in the world.” It would later be renamed the Philippine Army Band. He also founded the San Pablo Music Academy in Laguna.
  • 47. + Buenaventura was a faculty member of the University of the Philippines Conservatory of Music. Later, he became the music director of the Conservatory of Music, University of Santo Tomas (UST) in 1961. After retiring from the military, he became the music director at the School of Music and Arts, University of the East (UE) in 1964. He promoted Philippine music through his extensive use of folk materials which he had recorded around the country with Ramon Tolentino and National Artist for Dance Francisca Reyes Aquino
  • 48. His compositions + Buenaventura composed the music and folk dance notations for the dance researches of Aquino. As a multi- awarded musician, he composed Minuet, Mindanao Sketches, Divertimento for Piano and Orchestra, Variations and Fugue, and Greetings based on Philippine folk music.PandanggosaIlaw, one of his most popular compositions, remains a favorite performance repertoire of many folk dance companies. He was declared National Artist for Music in 1988 and passed away in 1996.
  • 51. + was born on May 15, 1909 in Singalong, Manila. Inspired by his mother’s genuine support, the young Cornejo started formal music lessons at the age of six. He performed on stage after only two years of music studies. During this time, he was also invited as organist of the Pasay Catholic Church. His first composition at age 10 was a piano piece entitled Glissando Waltz. It was followed three years later by a military march entitled Salute.At the age of 14, 26 of Cornejo’s compositions were already listed by the United Publishing Company Incorporated.
  • 52. + Cornejo graduated with a Teacher’s Diploma in Pianoforte and a Teacher’s Diploma in Science and Composition at the Conservatory of Music, University of the Philippines in 1930. He received his Bachelor of Music degree major in piano and theory from the Chicago Musical College of Roosevelt University, USA in 1932. He received a Master of Music degree major in composition and conducting at the Chicago Musical College of Roosevelt University, USA in 1933. He was conferred a Doctor of Music degree honoris causa in 1954. He received his Doctor of Philosophy degree major in composition from the Neotarian College of Philosophy in Kansas City, USA in 1947. + Cornejo taught at the UP Conservatory of Music and became the researcher and official composer of the government-in- exile. He was appointed by then President Manuel L. Quezon.
  • 53. + He was commissioned to write a symphony and an opera and compose the music for the documentary film on President Quezon’s funeral. He served as pianistdirector of a USO concert unit that entertained the Allied Forces at the E.T.O., the Marianas, and the Hawaiian Islands during World War II.
  • 54. His compositions + Cornejo was also known for his extemporaneous thematic improvisations based on the letters of people’s names. His compositional output includes A la Juventud Filipina, Bailes de Ayer, Caprice on a Folksong, Cello Sonata, IbongAdarna, Kandingan, Malakas at Maganda, Overture, Okaka, Oriental Fantasy, IbongAdarna, Piano Concerto Nos. 1,2,3, Ruby, and Song of the Miners. He passed away on August 11, 1991.
  • 57. + National Artist for Music + Felipe Padilla de Leon was born on May 1, 1912 in Barrio Papaya (now General Tinio) in Penaranda, Nueva Ecija. He is the son of Juan de Leon and Natalia Padilla. Felipe de Leon married pianist Iluminada Mendoza with whom he had six children. Bayani and Felipe Jr., are two of his children. Bayani is a well-known composer, and Felipe Jr. is a writer and the chairman of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).
  • 58. + De Leon’s talent in painting and drawing was discovered during his school days and admired by his uncle, peers. People asked him to make illustrations and sketches and was paid for them. When he was studying at the Nueva Ecija High School, he went on trips with his hometown band and wrote short pieces for them. He took up Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines in 1927, but he had to stop schooling to make a living. He played the trombone in dance orchestras which performed in cabarets, circuses andbodabjil (vaudeville). Then, he worked as an assistant conductor of the Nueva Ecija High School Orchestra where he started doing musical arrangements. Later, he wrote music for the zarzuela
  • 59. + He decided to study formally and enrolled at the Conservatory of Music, University of the Philippines, where he studied under National Artists Col. Antonio Buenaventura and Antonio Molina. He contributed articles to the school paper and vernacular magazines. Later, he wrote music columns for the Manila Times (then known as Manila Tribune) and Taliba. He graduated with a music teacher's diploma, major in conducting in 1939. Much later, he took advanced studies in composition under Vittorio Giannini of the Julliard School of Music in New York, USA. De Leon received many awards, such as Composer of the Year (1949), Manila Music Lovers Society, Musician of the Year (1958), UP Conservatory of Music, and others. He was conferred an honorary degree, doctor of philosophy in the humanities, by the University of the Philippines in 1991.
  • 60. His compositions + De Leon wrote piano compositions, hymns, marches, art songs, chamber music, symphonic poems, overtures, band music, school songs, orchestral works, operas, kundiman, and zarzuelas. He was known as a nationalist composer who expressed the Philippines' cultural identity through his compositions. Two operas which are considered his masterpieces are the Noli Me Tangere (1957) and El Filibusterismo (1970). These two operas have been staged in the Philippines and abroad. He also wrote a march during the Japanese regime entitled Tindig, AkingInang Bayan, and another march Bagong Lipunan during the martial law.
  • 61. + He wrote the popular Christmas carolsPayapangDaigdig (1946), Noche Buena, and Pasko Na Naman, both in 1965. Felipe de Leon received a posthumous award as National Artist for Music in 1997. He died on December 5, 1992.
  • 64. + National Artist for Music + Lucio San Pedrowas born on February11, 1913 inAngono, Rizal. Since his elementary days, he started composing. He studied the banjo which inspired him to become a serious musician.He later pursued his music degreeat theUniversity of the PhilippinesandtheJuilliardSchoolin New York, USA. Upon returning to the Philippines, he became a professor of theory and composition at the University of the Philippines’ College of Music.
  • 65. + His orchestral compositions are best represented by the Suite Pastorale (1956), a poetic aural description of his hometown Angono, and his nationalistic symphonic poem LahingKayumanggi(1962). Other compositions include songs, pieces for violin, cello, and chorus. His works for the symphonic band was where he was most prolific and productive both as composer and conductor. + His musical prowess was internationally recognized when he was invited to be a judge at the prestigious Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 1980. He was declared National Artist for Music in 1991 and passed away on March 31, 2002.
  • 66. His compositions + San Pedro is known as a “romantic nationalist.” He incorporated Philippine folk elements in his compositions with Western forms and harmony. His chords have a rich expressive tonality, as represented in his well-loved Sa Ugoy ng Duyan, a lullaby melody sung by his mother.
  • 69. + was born on September 3, 1922 in Cavite City. At age 11, he started composing band marches, instrumental, and vocal scores, as well as music for Catholic masses. + He studied in Cavite schools and later graduated from the UP Conservatory of Music where he eventually became a faculty member. He also pursued a Master of Music degree in theory and composition from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. After which, he also served on its faculty as well as in West Virginia University and Howard University.
  • 70. + As a UNESCO scholar, Santos was awarded the “Philippine Composer of the Century” after receiving the “Composer of the Year Award” in Manila in 1956 and 1957. He joined the faculty at Wilkes University, Pennsylvania in 1968. He performed as timpanist, pianist, and conductor with several orchestral groups. He conducted church choirs in Maryland, New Jersey, Lehman, Huntsville, and Shavertown United Methodist Churches in Pennsylvania, USA. He composed the background music for J. Arthur Rank Films at Pinewood Studios in London, England, where he worked with British composers Malcolm Arnold and Muir Mathieson. Among Santos’ teachers were famous composers Aaron Copland, Irving Fine, Humphrey Searle, and conductor Norman Del Mar.
  • 71. + A prolific composer, he had composed several piano concerti, sonatas, symphonies, symphonic poems, five operas in Filipino, numerous band overtures, and more than 200 marches. He had also written 50 masses in Latin and 20 in English. He has more than 1,000 musical compositions in the library of the University of the Philippines. Santos’ last musical work and only ballet composition, Melinda’s Masquerade, was performed in 1995, a year after his death. Santos passed away on November 4, 1994 in Swoyersville, Pennsylvania, USA.
  • 74. + composer, conductor and teacher, was born in Sta. Maria, Bulacan on October 14, 1929. He grew up in a musical environment and became a band member in his hometown at a young age. He was drawn by his fascination with trumpets and trombones and became one of its arrangers and conductors. He was one of twenty boy sopranos of Tiples at Sto. Domingo Church from where he received his first significant musical training. At that time, he also wrote his first composition, Danza.
  • 75. + Buenaventura’s compositional style rests mainly on his own set of musical ideas, wherein he creates a combination of contemporary and conventional materials. He keeps his melodies simple and understandable but with contemporary harmonies that enhance their complexity. He became an official organist of the Manila Cathedral in 1960. He became the Dean of the College of Music, Centro Escolar University. He is a member of the League of Filipino Composers. He received a number of awards in the music industry. He was twice an awardee of the Republic Cultural Heritage Award and the The Outstanding Filipino Award (TOFIL) for Music in 1995.
  • 76. His compositions + Some of his major works include the operas Maria Makiling (1961), Diego Silang (1966), PrinsesaUrduha(1969),cantatas Ang AtingWatawat(1965), Pasko ng Barangay (1964), three piano concertos subtitled Celebration, Determination, and Exultation, andsymphonies such as DakilangLahi (1971), Gomburza (1981), and Rizal, the Great Malayan Antagonist (1990).
  • 79. + Ryan Cayabyab is a popular contemporary composer who also has classical compositions to his credit, such as Misa, Four Poems for Soprano and Piano, and Te Deum. His compositional style makes much use of syncopation, extended chords, and chromatic harmony. + Among his numerous compositions are the award-winning Kay Ganda ng AtingMusika (1978), as well as the modern zarzuela Alikabok (2003), the opera Spoliarium with libretto by Fides Cuyugan-Asensio, and a variety of choral pieces and song cycles. He also produced a number of recordings, including the memorable album One, where he personally sang the unaccompanied songs on different tracks to produce 16 voices.
  • 80. + Cayabyab was born on May 4, 1954 in Manila. He obtained his Bachelor of Music degree at the University of the Philippines’ College of Music. After which, he became a faculty member for Composition at the same University. He also served as the Executive and Artistic Director of the San Miguel Foundation for the Performing Arts, which oversaw the operations and programming of the San Miguel Philharmonic Orchestra and the San Miguel Master Chorale. At present, he continues to be a much sought- after professor, musical director, composer, arranger, and conductor in the Philippine concert and recording scenes.
  • 82. Stop Look and Listen Listen to Nicanor Abelardo’s “Cinderella overture”
  • 84. Composer and his Composition + the names of contemporary composers are listed inside the box, below are the compositions of each composers, identify the composers that correspond to the compositions below. Write your answer on a sheet of paper
  • 85. + 1. MUTYA NG PASIG + 2. PAKIUSAP + 3. AWIT NI MARIA CLARA + 4. SA UGOY NG DUYAN + 5. MINDANAO SKETCHES + 6.KAYGANDA NG ATING MUSIKA + 7. LARAWAN + 8. GININTUANG ARAW + 9. ORIENTAL FANTASY + 10. MELINDA’S MASQUERADE ROSENDO SANTOS JR HILARION RUBIO RYAN CAYBYAB RODULFO CORNEJO FRANCISCO BUENCAMINO SR. COL. ANTONIN0 BUENAVENTURA NICANOR ABELARDO LUCIO SAN PEDRO ANTONIO MOLINA FRANCISCO SANTIAGO
  • 86. + 1. MUTYA NG PASIG-------------- NICANOR ABELARDO + 2. PAKIUSAP--------------------- FRANCISCO SANTIAGO, PHD + 3. AWIT NI MARIA CLARA------------- ANTONIO MOLINA + 4. SA UGOY NG DUYAN------- LUCIO SAN PEDRO + 5. MINDANAO SKETCHES----------- COLONEL ANTONIO VUENAVENTURA + 6.KAYGANDA NG ATING MUSIKA---- RYAN CAYABYAB + 7. LARAWAN------------------------- FRANCISCO BUENCAMINO + 8. GININTUANG ARAW------------------ HILARION F. RUBIO + 9. ORIENTAL FANTASY------- RODOLFO S. CORNEJO + 10. MELINDA’S MASQUERADE------- ROSENDO SANTOS JR.
  • 87. Essay time + Write a short essay on how contemporary music can help you in this kind of situation
  • 88. Contemporary singer Choose any song from contemporary music that you think you can perform well.
  • 90. What I have learned? + Enumerate the four (4) characteristics of contemporary music. + Traditional composers of contemporary music. Based on discussion
  • 91. What I can do? (Assessment) Answer the following questions + 1. He was the composer of Sa ugoy ng duyan + 2. He was known as the father of kundiman + 3. he was known as the father of Philippine Impressionist music
  • 92. 1.Lucio San pedro 2. Francisco Santiago 3. Antonio Molina
  • 93. + Complete Me! + I realized That ____________ + I Understand That__________________