Musical of the Cordillera

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Functions and Different Kinds of Musical Instruments of the Cordillera, Philippines

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Musical of the Cordillera

  1. 1. Musical Instruments of the Cordillera
  2. 2. • What do you know about Philippine indigenous musical instruments? • What more do you want to know about ethnic instruments? • What do you want to learn about ethnic instruments?
  3. 3. Different Functions of Indigenous Musical Instruments • Wedding • Birth • War • Courtship
  4. 4. • Philippine indigenous musical instruments come in different types and the sounds are mostly rhythmic in nature. • The materials were made from things in nature such as • Bamboo • Wood • Horns of different animals
  5. 5. Classifications of Indigenous Musical Instruments HORNBOSTEL SACHS SYSTEM CLASSIFICATION MEANING IDIOPHONES SHAKING, STRIKING, AND RUBBING MEMBRANOPHONES RUBBING OR TAPPING CHORDOPHONES PLUCKED, BOWED, STRUMMED AEROPHONES BLOWING
  6. 6. Different Indigenous Musical Instruments of the Cordillera Gangsa is a single hand-held smooth-surfaced gong with a narrow rim.
  7. 7. Kalaleng or Tongali (nose flute) Because the kalaleng is long and has a narrow internal diameter, it is possible to play different harmonics through overblowing.
  8. 8. Tongatong is a bamboo percussion instrument used by the people of Kalinga to communicate with spirits during house blessings. It is made of bamboo cut in various lengths.
  9. 9. Diwdiw-as is 5 or more different size of slender bamboo that is tied together.
  10. 10. Saggeypo it is a bamboo pipe that is closed on one end by a node with the open end held against the lower lip of the player as he blows directly across the top. The pipe can be played individually by one person or in ensembles of three or more.
  11. 11. Solibao is hallow wooden Igorot drug topped with pig skin or lizard skin this is played by striking the drum head using the palm of the hand.
  12. 12. Bungkaka- bamboo buzzer
  13. 13. Kullitong- polychordal bamboo tube zither
  14. 14. Ulibaw/Kubing - bamboo jaw’s harp
  15. 15. Patangguk– bamboo quill-shaped tube
  16. 16. Pateteg - bamboo leg xylophone
  17. 17. Paldong - bamboo lip-valley flute

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