Chapter 5:
 Literature during the pre-hispanic period is oral in
tradition and is related to rituals and social gatherings.
 The ea...
 These epic deals with the adventures of super heroes
who fought monsters and the lives of gods and
goddesses.
 The ancient Filipinos had metrical works which were
always sung.
(e.g. lullabies, planting songs, boat songs, feasting a...
 Bamboo zithers
 Percussion sounds
 Wind
 Stringed instruments
 Ethnic groups used woods, iron, bronze, brass, gold,
...
 The propagation of the catholic faith made use of
religious paintings, engravings, sculpture, devotional
hymns and verse...
 The bulk of sculpture in the 19th century consisted of
religious statues commissioned by the Church and the
rich familie...
 Many Philippine churches show influence of the
baroque style, having massive walls and thick
buttresses, turrets and spi...
 American Regime-
 Japanese Regime-
 Period of reorientation-
 Period of imitation-
 Period of growth-
 Self-discovery-
 Period of post-war reporientatio...
 PAINTING
 - closely related to writing or calligraphy. Most
paintings are enriched with verses or with
observations of ...
 Chinese building is usually identified by its curved
roof. It is not to be mistaken as a pagoda.
 Pagoda has usually at...
 Tomb sculpture, sculpture in the wood and bronze, the
arts of lacquer ware and masks, religious decorations
of temples, ...
 The bourgeois novels, the kabuki theater, the genre
paintings, the poetic representation form, the haiku,
the favorite m...
 The Japanese architecture focuses the intimate
relationship between the building and its natural
setting.
 Landscaping ...
 The Noh and The Kabuki are the principal forms of the
Japanese theater.
 The Bunraku ( puppet show) , like the Kabuki, ...
- bronze, copper statuettes, steatite seals, and
miniatures portraying intaglio bulls, elephants, other
ceremonial animals...
 Wayang Kulit – a type of shadow play.
 -an important ritual in the life of the
people.
 Bali – religion is intertwined...
 Rangda
 Evil witch
 Barong
 Good spirit
 Batik- a feature of indonesian art ion textile-making
 Asian and western music have many points of
differences.
 Indonesia and Japan music is closely related to the
theater a...
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  1. 1. Chapter 5:
  2. 2.  Literature during the pre-hispanic period is oral in tradition and is related to rituals and social gatherings.  The earliest attempts to explain the mysterious forces which affect man’s daily life are contained in legends, myths, tales, poems, proverbs and riddles.
  3. 3.  These epic deals with the adventures of super heroes who fought monsters and the lives of gods and goddesses.
  4. 4.  The ancient Filipinos had metrical works which were always sung. (e.g. lullabies, planting songs, boat songs, feasting and mourning song).  They had musical instruments like the nose flutes, instruments resembling the violin, the harp and a variety of gongs.
  5. 5.  Bamboo zithers  Percussion sounds  Wind  Stringed instruments  Ethnic groups used woods, iron, bronze, brass, gold, and bamboo.
  6. 6.  The propagation of the catholic faith made use of religious paintings, engravings, sculpture, devotional hymns and verses.  The types of poems, metrical tales, metrical romances and reenactments that flourished were the Comedia, the Moro-Moro, the shadow play, the panunuluyan, the salubong, the zarzuela, the awit, the tibag, the karagatan, the sainete, the cenaculo, the Santa Cruz de Mayo, the Flores de Mayo and the duplo.
  7. 7.  The bulk of sculpture in the 19th century consisted of religious statues commissioned by the Church and the rich families.  Two Artists:  Juan Luna- who belong to the calssical-romantic style.  Felix Hidalgo- who painted in the upcoming impressionist style.
  8. 8.  Many Philippine churches show influence of the baroque style, having massive walls and thick buttresses, turrets and spiral motifs, ornate sculptural façade and graceful, curving balustrades.
  9. 9.  American Regime-  Japanese Regime-
  10. 10.  Period of reorientation-  Period of imitation-  Period of growth-  Self-discovery-  Period of post-war reporientation-
  11. 11.  PAINTING  - closely related to writing or calligraphy. Most paintings are enriched with verses or with observations of man and nature. Done on silk or paper, it has three principal formats-  The Vertical Hanging Scroll  The Horizontal Handscroll  The Small, Album-leaf (which maybe square, round, or fan-shaped and framed on silk.)
  12. 12.  Chinese building is usually identified by its curved roof. It is not to be mistaken as a pagoda.  Pagoda has usually at least seven stories, each storey a repetition of the first, diminishing as it gets higher.
  13. 13.  Tomb sculpture, sculpture in the wood and bronze, the arts of lacquer ware and masks, religious decorations of temples, potable paintings in the form of scrolls, albums, and screens and later printmaking, were examples of the arts were encouraged.  ceramics was also introduced to japan from china and along with the increased production of porcelain, the birth of the tea ceremony.
  14. 14.  The bourgeois novels, the kabuki theater, the genre paintings, the poetic representation form, the haiku, the favorite musical instrument, the koto and later, the samisen, showed continuous shifting in day-to-day life or subjects.  Zen- influenced the remarkable courtly romances to the caricatures, from the samurai, the japanese warrior class to the buddhist artists.
  15. 15.  The Japanese architecture focuses the intimate relationship between the building and its natural setting.  Landscaping is of great importance.
  16. 16.  The Noh and The Kabuki are the principal forms of the Japanese theater.  The Bunraku ( puppet show) , like the Kabuki, covers a wide range of subject matter including historical subjects dealing with the great warriors, court lords and ladies, as well as the merchant and ordinary men.
  17. 17. - bronze, copper statuettes, steatite seals, and miniatures portraying intaglio bulls, elephants, other ceremonial animals as well as deities. - Two great epics: - The Mahabharata - The Ramayana
  18. 18.  Wayang Kulit – a type of shadow play.  -an important ritual in the life of the people.  Bali – religion is intertwined with the dance.
  19. 19.  Rangda  Evil witch  Barong  Good spirit
  20. 20.  Batik- a feature of indonesian art ion textile-making
  21. 21.  Asian and western music have many points of differences.  Indonesia and Japan music is closely related to the theater and ceremonial dances.  Asian and western differs in vocal techniques.  art

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