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Group report in mapeh iv

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Group report in mapeh iv

  1. 1.  (b. January 31, 1917, Manila – d. May 5, 2004, Quezon City). Philippine composer of interdisciplinary works that have been performed throughout the world; he is also active as an ethnomusicologist.  He study piano,composition and music analysis in Academy Of Music in Manila and also in École Normale de Musique de Paris .
  2. 2.  After he became a professional pianist He studied again in many different school in USA. -He studied musicology at Queen College and Columbia University from 1950-52 -Then He studied anthropology at the University Of Chicago and enthnomusicology at Indiana University in 1957-58 and University Of California at Los Angeles from 1961-63, where he earned his PhD. -He also worked with the Groupe de Recherches Musicales in Paris in 1958.
  3. 3.  Ugma-ugma – Structures (text by the composer), mixed chorus, rattle, tagutok (scraper), carabao horn, whistle, shō (Japanese mouth organ), cowbells/other small bells, clapper, pakkung (buzzer), tongatong (stamping tubes), kubing (mouth harp)/aroding (mouth harp), Chinese pai-pan clappers, bamboo sticks, gabbang (xylophone), kulintang (gongs in a row), gender (Indonesian metallophone), suspended agung (gongs with stopped sounds), suspended gandingan (gongs with freely-vibrating sounds), 1963  Kubing (text by the composer), 5 male voices, 7 pairs of tongatong, 3 batiwtiw (bamboo zithers), 3 tagutok, 7 pakkung, 7 kubing, 1966  Pagsamba – Worship (ritual music for a circular auditorium, text from the Mass [Tagalog translation]), 100 mixed voices, 25 male voices, 8 suspended agung, 8 suspended gandingan, 100 players (100 balingbing [bamboo buzzers], 100 palakpak [bamboo clappers], 100 bangibang [yoke-shaped wooden bars; played with beaters], 100 ongiyong [whistle flutes]), 1968  Udlot-udlot – Hesitations (open-air ritual, text by the composer), vocal group (100s of voices; moving around every 10 minutes), bangibang group (100s of players; circling around with formal steps), instrumental group (100s of players; balingbing, tongatong, flutes) (sitting inside a circle), 1975 (also theatre version [VII (1)])
  4. 4.  Ading (text by the composer), 100 mixed voices, 100 players (100 pakkung, 100 bangibang, 100 batiwtiw, 100 tagutok), audience ad libitum, 1978  Music for Indonesian Gongs, Metallophones, Bamboos, Flute, Contrabass oon, and Voices (text by the composer), 8 female voices, 8 male voices, piccolo, contrabassoon, pakkung (+ clapper, tagutok, 2 sticks, 2 tongatong, shaker, whistle), ketuk (Indonesian gong) (+ kempul [Indonesian gong], suwukan [Indonesian gong], 4 saron [Indonesian metallophones], 4 gender), 1997
  5. 5.  (1) Agungan – A Play of Gongs, 3 high suling (bamboo flutes)/other flute-type instruments, 5 small suspended Tiruray agung, 4 kulintang, 6 gangsa (flat gongs; played with the hands), 6 gangsa (played with sticks), 3 large suspended agung, 2 suspended gandingan, 4 sulibao (conical drums) (1 player), 1965
  6. 6. (1) Aroding (text from a Palawan song), 7 male voices, 3 pispis (tiny flutes), 40 aroding, 1983
  7. 7.  Cassettes 100, 100 tape recorders (100 operators), 1971  Ugnayan – Atmospheres, 20 radio stations, 1974
  8. 8.  Siasid, 10 blown bamboo tubes/10 trombones, 10 violins, 4 percussion (3 bamboo slit drums, 3 tagutok, 3 pakkung, 3 conical Ibaloy drums/similar drums), 1983  Suling-Suling, 10 suling/10 flutes, 10 kudlung (bamboo string percussion)/10 pakkung/10 tagutok, 10 gangsa, 1985  Strata, 5 flutes, 5 guitars, 5 celli, 10 balingbing/10 similar instruments (+ 10 bangibang/10 Chinese pai-pan clappers/10 similar instruments), 5 tam-tams, 1988
  9. 9.  Dissemination, olimong (whistle flute)/similar instrument, 5 flutes, 5 oboes, 5 French horns, 5 violins, 3 celli, 2 double basses, 2 gongs/2 tam-tams, 1990  Distemperament, 3 flutes, 3 oboes, 3 clarinets, 3 bass clarinets, 3 bassoons, 3 French horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, 3 violins, 3 violas, 3 celli, 3 double basses, 1992  Music for Five Pianos, 1993
  10. 10.  Two Pianos and Four Winds, clarinet, bassoon, French horn, trombone, 2 pianos, 1996  Exchanges, Music for a Chamber Orchestra, 1997  Colors without Rhythm, harp, piano, harpsichord, celesta, vibraphone, xylophone, marimba, 10 percussion groups (10 total players), large orchestra, 1998
  11. 11.  Music for Two Pianos and Four Percussion Groups, 2 pianos, 4 percussion, 2000  Sujeichon – Korean Court Music for Four Pianos, 2002  Banter and Profundity, small orchestra (19 players), 2003
  12. 12.  Udlot-udlot (music theatre work, text by the composer), voice, 4 flutes (all + balingbing, tongatong), bangibang, 1997 (version of open-air ritual work [I (4)])

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