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30 lesson 10

  1. 1. LESSON 10 FAMOUS MUSIC IN LUZON Objectives: After doing though this lesson you should be able to; 1. Identify some religious song in Luzon. 2. Give some festivities where religious songs are used. 3. Perform simple activity using religious song. NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS 11 12 Lesson
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION <ul><li>Filipinos have varied of folk festivals, to observance of which help disseminate and preserve cultural heritage. These festivals are elaborate rituals which serve as a reason for holding trades fairs, dance exhibition and other entertainment performances. A reason why we attract tourist, but the real climax of the occasion is for spiritual revival and thanks giving to their respective Patrons saints feast day. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  3. 3. In Pakil, Laguna NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  4. 4. <ul><li>The fiesta is an annual happening n every town and barrio in our country. In the early dawn of that day, people are awakened by stains of band music. The festive air is heightened by the bands that play around the town. </li></ul><ul><li>Masses are said in honor of the patron saint. In each home, no matter how humble, a feast s prepared days ahead for relatives and friends who would attend. Traditionally, a procession s held n the evening. It starts from the church and passes through the principal streets. In Pakil, Laguna such a procession is held in honor of Nuestra Senora de los Dolores. People from all walks of life join in the hope of obtaining some favors. This procession is unique because, instead of walking, devotees dance before her image as they sing. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  5. 5. In Taal, Batangas <ul><li>In the Philippines, May s the month of flowers. Throughout this month a ceremony is called “Flores de Mayo” durng whch flowers offered to the Blessed Virgin s held in churches n many parts of the country. </li></ul><ul><li>In Taal the ceremony s referred to as “Alay”. Each day of the celebration a “hermana mayor” called “alaya” takes charge of the preparations and expenses. Relatives, neighbors and friends help n making the affairs a success. Bouquet offerings to the Virgin are very artistically made and only fresh flowers are used even if they have to secured from far-away places. </li></ul><ul><li>After the rosary is recited selected young girls get ready in pairs to make floral offerings. Among them is the “Alay” who carries largest floral arrangement which at tmes could be eight feet high. As firecrackers explode the girls start walking to the altar to the tune of the gay melody. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  6. 6. In Cañao NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  7. 7. <ul><li>This feast of the Igorots is based on the belief that a “mans social status is determined by his contribution”. Every family in the tribe contributes to the festivity. </li></ul><ul><li>Songs signal the start of the feast of merry making. Men and women young and old, light up the hills with bonfires around which they exhibit ritualistic native dances till the wee hours n the morning. They wear colorful costumes and sing traditional songs. They bring their best crop in baskets and lay them before the altar to be blessed by the priest during the mass. </li></ul><ul><li>After the mass, they indulge n basketball, softball, volleyball and other games to the haunting beat of gongs in the hills. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  8. 8. In Moriones NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  9. 9. <ul><li>Mariones which man “mask” or “vision”, is the top part of medieval Roman armor covering the face. Moronies is a colorful and unique Lenten ritual celebrated every Holy Week primarily in the towns of Boac, Gasan, and Mogpog in the province of Marinduque. This is a re-enactment of the Legend of Longinos, the Roman centurion stationed in Jerusalem during the reign of Pilate. </li></ul><ul><li>The Roman authorities could not allow such apostasy so he was captured </li></ul><ul><li>By the middle of the Holy Week, the Moriones wander around town rhythmically beating two stick called “Kalutang” as they dance and mimic the Roman soldiers. Climax of the celebration is the “Pugutan”, a cinematic presentation, held at noon on Eastern Sunday in the dried river bed outside Boac. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  10. 10. <ul><li>Moriones festivals is held amidst the usual gloom and solemn season of Lent on the island of the marinduque, a heart-shaped island surrounded by numerous inlets. Marnduque is a national tourist attraction endowed with abundant river, caves, fishing grounds and mountains teeming with games of all sorts. It is reached either by boat by a 45-minutes plane ride from Manila. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  11. 11. Obando Fertility Rites <ul><li>This festivities is held n Obando Bulacan for the childless couples in the hope that may be blessed with children after praying and dancing </li></ul><ul><li>To the patron saint of fertility, Santa Clara. She s honored on the 17th, 18th and 19th of May together with San Pascual Baylon, the 16th shepherd who became a model of religious virtue and the Lady of Salambao, the image of the Immaculate Conception believed to be fished out of the river by a fisherman with a salambao net to whom fisherman and farmers pray a bountiful catch and good harvest. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  12. 12. In Santacruzan NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  13. 13. <ul><li>Santa Cruzan is an annual festival during the month of May. It commemorates the mystical discovery of the cross by St. Helena. According to legend,300 years after the death of Christ, Helena , mother of Constantine , went to Calvary to conduct search for the Cross. </li></ul><ul><li>Santa Cruzan s the culmination of a month of long novena to the Virgen Mary under the sponsorship of a hermana or a designated host who manages the affair. </li></ul><ul><li>Constantine, the great emperor, converted the Roman Empire to Christianity, thus he is represented as consort to Queen Helena. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  14. 14. In Sunduan NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  15. 15. <ul><li>This is a century old festival popularized n LA HUERTA Parañaque . </li></ul><ul><li>This pageant held every September, dramatizes the fetching of beautiful maidens from their respective houses by young, handsome swains. These gentlemen carry parasols for their beautiful ladies as they parade on the streets to the music of the brass band. The entourage consists of fifteen to twenty pairs in attractive ternos who parade around the town and end up in the house of the hermana for a sumptuous meal. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  16. 16. In Ugnayan <ul><li>using primatve instruments with modern Ugnayan comes from the words “ugat natin yan.” It is a musical culture undertaking which aims to link the modern Filipino with the precious values of its part heritage, thus imbibing a strong sense of National unity though music </li></ul><ul><li>The first Ugnayan was held on January 1, 1974 in ten cities of provinces- Bataan, Bulacan, Caloocan City, Cavite, Laguna, Manila, Pampanga, Pasay City, Quezon City, and Rizal where 20 radio stations serviced for 51 minutes the annual experience. It is a unique singular experience where 20 tapes of different type of a whole piece of music were simultaneously in the 10 designated places techniques . </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  17. 17. <ul><li>Ugnayan program notes have two parts: </li></ul><ul><li>Description and analysis of the music as organized sounds reflecting an intellectual and emotional concept. </li></ul><ul><li>Statement on performance, the making of the event reflecting creative action of a people in purposive search for national identity. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  18. 18. In District Fiesta of Quipo NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS
  19. 19. <ul><li>Celebrated every 9th of January, the District Fiesta of Quiapo is one religious festivity of the religious and at the extreme, the fantastic. People’s veneration of the “Mahal na Senior”, the patron saint is amazing. </li></ul><ul><li>The vast throng of follows of the Senior clad red clothes inch their way to join the lengthy procession around the vicinity of the district, culminating in the church late in the evening. </li></ul><ul><li>Brass bands parade in the streets adding cheer and excitement to the children as well as to adult. </li></ul>NEXT CONTENTS PREVIOUS

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