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  1. 1. Javier, Marco V. Diamante, Jamela C. Genir, Merry Jessa S. Sanga, Rhaxell A. Camba, Estella Ceress Olivario, sharryrose. Angoya, joanne mae
  2. 2. Pit Elem Volume is or of combining It an art What isofMusic? sounds varying pitch Intensityproduce a coherent ch to ents It is is the loudness or softness of a Volume the relative highness composition that is sound. It ranges from the very soft or lowness of harmonious, a tone. melodious, (pianissimo) and soft (piano) to very loud (fortissimo) and loud (forte). The intelligible and volume is louder whenideas and expressive of a singer belts out compared to the volume when he emotions. simply whispers.
  3. 3. TEMP O Is the speed of a composition or any of its sections. Ballads have a slow tempo, whereas dance songs have a fast rate
  4. 4. DURATI ON Is the length of time during which a sound is produced.
  5. 5. TIMBRE OR TONE COLOR Is the quality of sound that makes it distinct from other sounds
  6. 6. RHYTH M Is the consistent pattern or succession of identical or similar sounds.
  7. 7. MELO DY Is the series consecutive tones that vary in pitch and duration but form a line of individual significance and expressive value. It is an orderly succession of tones of musical sounds.
  8. 8. HARMO NY Is the simultaneous sounding of two or more tones. When three or mores are sounded simultaneously, there exists a chord.
  9. 9. TEXTU RE Is the number of tones expected to be apprehended simultaneously
  10. 10. FOR M • I s the overall organization of the composition. It is associated with shape, structure and coherence.
  11. 11. EXAMP Vocal Music LE music produced by the voices of singers. done without the accompaniment of musical instruments. rendered acapella CHOIR
  12. 12. Instrument EXAMP LE Music al Music produced by musical instruments. exemplified by an orchestra performing without a soloist or a group of singers.
  13. 13. EXAMP Music or Mixed LE Mixed Ensemble combination of vocal music and instrumental music usually perform in Requim Mass, opera, oratorio and cantata. symphony orchestra may employ a vocal soloist or a chorus.
  14. 14. Ense mble rendered by a group music performers (singers and/ players of musical instruments music rendered by a group performers (singers and/ players of musical instruments
  15. 15. Classification of Ensemble:
  16. 16. ORCHEST RA most spectacular ensemble because its large size under the direction of conductor divided into 4 section: the string, the woodwind, the brass and the percussion
  17. 17. Starting in 1888, the SymphonyRoyal Concertgebouw has been performing classical music for over 120 Orchestra ranking, MarissJansons years. At the time of this was chief conductor. Jansons was elected to the large ensemble compose of 100 position in 2004, and still remains to this day. players The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra has a very principal instrument type that it unique sound, largely in part to the fact divided has onlyinto 4 basic range (soprano, alto, had six chief conductors since its tenor and bass) each at of nearly establishment. And with a collectionleast one a thousand instrument it's easy to see why this recordings, orchestra takes its position at the top.
  18. 18. Conc erto from written for orchestra which solo instrument ex. Piano or violin is given prominence
  19. 19. Band Consisting mainly or exclusively of wind and percussion instrument Performs in concert halls and outdoor (parades, funerals, football games) Nowadays consisting, soloist, drummer, guitaritst/s, and keyboardist, or small group singers
  20. 20. Rond alla Band composed of stringed instrument Best known best instrumental group in the Philippines today
  21. 21. Mixed Ensemble Is a combination of vocal music and instrumental
  22. 22. Chamber Orchestra ensemble larger than chamber ensemble Smaller than a full orchestra
  23. 23. Chamber Ensemble small group of instrumental players No. of musical instrument range 1 to 10 Written for only one instrument is called solo sonata: for two duo; for three, trio, for four, quartet
  24. 24. Special Ensemble member composed of family Use electronic media instead of The “PangkatKawayan” otherwise traditional musical instrument known as the “Singing Ex: The PangatKawayan or Bamboos”of the Philippines ” is a BandangKawayan unique orchestra that draws Members play instruments made of music from unconventional bamboo is also considered a special bamboo instruments. ensemble.
  25. 25. MEDIU MS:
  26. 26. Vocal Medium refers to the different forms of musical communication that employ the human voice. For example, the song, the aria and the ballad cover a rich and diverse range of singing throughout history. Pertain to male and female voices
  27. 27. Mezzo Soprano- (middle )vocal range for women, comparable to the baritone Middle (tenor)Basso profundo-In Italian “deep bass” range among men. The word mezzo means medium or middle in Italian(half Female Voices female singers with characteristics of both alto Male voices Italian ), and usually refers to a type of classicalrange singing voice w and soprano singers. The classic singer range. has the ability to reach high in this male means lowest(lowest)-refers to the second highest part of Alto(lowest)- twovocal above middle C, of the highest Bass vocal range hose octaves notes, usually up to the C (Latin: altus), is is one while retaining a a timbre of voicea type to that of is deeper-ranged alto. richercontrapuntal musical texture andvoice applied to itsvoice and vocal similar of classical male singing associated is a also types. of the male range, especially in choral music. the lowest vocal range of all voice types It also applied in instruments Mezzo Soprano Singers example: Lea Alto Singers: tenor saxophone Salonga Toni Gonzaga Bass Singers: Janet Jackson JolinaMagdangal VerTimbang KC Concepcion Tenor Singers: Soprano (highest)-female singers that has highest vocal range. Daniel Tayag Isay Alvarez Martin Nievera, Jonathan Reyes Example: Kaye Brosas Soprano singers: Range Steel Yambao of a basso profondo Gary Valenciano, Sarah Geronimo Alto Songs: according Charice Pempengco Mark Joseph Rivera Italian definition OgieAlcasid,to theSchool Musical When There Was Me and You" from High Sheryn Regis On My Own" from Les Miserables PioloPascual Rachellann Go "People Will Say We're in Love" from Oklahoma! Lani Misalucha Part of Your World" from The Little Mermaid Jonalyn Viray
  28. 28. Instrumentalwind to Wind instruments- require String/stringed produce sounds so they are blown. Media instruments- it has a strings Pertain to the Classified into two: different instruments which either plucked or bowed. played by musicians. Wood wind instruments Piccolos of these instruments based on bass clarinets Most Plucked strings examples: Flutes bassoons orchestra. Oboes contrabasoons guitars, ukuleles, banjos, mandolins, harps It erstwhile English based lyres clarinets and is horns on how sounds produced, they are classified into string or Bowed strings examples: violins, violas, violin Brass instruments basses or stringed, wind, double cellos or cellos andpercussion and Saxophones trombones contrabasses keyboard instruments. Trumpets French horns tubas cornets
  29. 29. Percussion Instruments beaten or Drums: struck, they Kettle forms. come into varietydrums Snare drums Side drums Glockenspiels Xylophone Cymbals Gongs etc.
  30. 30. Keyboard instruments- which have keys and pressed to produced the desire sounds. Piano Organ Celeste Piano accordian harmonium
  31. 31. History History
  32. 32. Prehistoric Period
  33. 33. Prehistoric Period • Dates back to 4,000 years ago • when the “oldest known song” from Ur was written in cuneiform. • Deciphered by Prof. Anne Draffkorn Kilmer of the University of California at Berkeley.
  34. 34. G r e e k P e r ii o d Greek Per od
  35. 35. Greek Period • Exemplified by the Epitaph of seikelos • Engraved on a tombstone in tralles, asia Minor and the “hymn to Apollo” • Mesomedes of Crete.
  36. 36. Roman Period
  37. 37. Roman Period • Vocal and Intrumental music.
  38. 38. Drums
  39. 39. Trumpet
  40. 40. Medieval Period
  41. 41. Medieval Period • The only repertory of Medieval music which has survived from before 800 to the present is the plainsong liturgical music of the roman catholic church. The largest part of this music is called the Gregorian chant, named after Pope Gregory I, who is usually claimed to be the originator of the musical portion of the liturgy in its present form.
  42. 42. • During the 9th century the earliest polyphonic music was sung, a form of parallel singing known as organum. • during the late 13th century, forms of sacred music such as the motet, conductus, discant and clausulae were developed.
  43. 43. RENAISSANCE PERIOD Diamante, Jamela C. II-C BSE Filipino
  44. 44.  Its Roots or started in Northern Europe (France, the Netherlands and Belgium)
  45. 45. Franco-Flemish School
  46. 46. FIRST GENERATION of Franco-Flemish School
  47. 47. Burgundian Composers
  48. 48. GUILLAUME DUFAY (1397-1474)
  49. 49.  The most difficult to circumscribe for major Renaissance composers.  One point of clarity is that Dufay was considered by far the leading composer of his day
  50. 50.  A musician of almost unparalleled eminence, and one of the most famous men of his generation.
  51. 51. GILLES BINCHOIS (ca. 1400 – 20 September 1460)
  52. 52.  Also known as Gilles de Bins  One of the earliest members of the Burgundians Composers  One of the three most famous composers of the early 15th century.
  53. 53. ANTONIO BUSNOIS (c. 1430 – November 6, 1492)
  54. 54.  A French composer and poet of the early Renaissance Burgundian School. While also noted as a composer of sacred music, such as motets, he was one of the most renowned 15th-century composers of secular chansons. He was the leading figure of the late Burgundian school after the death of Guillaume Dufay.
  55. 55. MIDDLE GENERATION of Franco-Flemish School
  56. 56. JOHANNES OCKEGHEM (1410/1425 – February 6,1497)
  57. 57.  The most famous composer of the Franco-Flemish School in the last half of the 15th century, and is often considered the most influential composer between Dufay and Josquin des Prez. In addition to being a renowned composer, he was also an honored singer, choirmaster, and teacher.
  58. 58. JACOB OBRECHT (1457/8 – late July 1505)
  59. 59.  A Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance. He was the most famous composer of masses in Europe in the late 15th century, being eclipsed by only Josquin des Prez after his death.
  60. 60. JOSQUIN DESPREZ c. 1450/1455 – 27 August 1521)
  61. 61.  He was the most famous European composer between Guillaume Dufay and Palestrina, and is usually considered to be the central figure of the FrancoFlemish School.
  62. 62. VINCENZO and GUILIO CACCINI  Worked for the restoration of the music of the Ancient Greeks
  63. 63.  They produced a MONODY (a declamatory melodic of the singing style) and a OPERA (a corresponding dramatic form consisting of staged, acted monody).
  65. 65.  In this period, instrumental music became dominant and most major music forms were defined. While counterpoint was one of the major forces in both the instrumental music and the vocal music of the period, secular music came to the fore as the sonata, the concerto, and the concerto gross developed
  67. 67. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (March 21, 1685 (O. S.) – July 28, 1750 (N. S.)
  68. 68. GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL (23 February 1685, Halle – 14 April 1759, London)
  69. 69. ANTONIO VIVALDE (4 March 1678 – 28 July 1741)
  71. 71.  The music of the Classic Period is characterized by a HOMOPHONIC TEXTURE (an obvious melody with accompaniment). The popular instrumental music was dominated by several well-defined forms (the sonata, the symphony, and the concerto; however , during 19th century, the sonata became the primary form of instrumental compositions.
  73. 73.  During the Romantic Period , music became more expressive and emotional. Such were the compositions of the famous early Romantic composers, including Schumann, Chopin, Mendelssohn, Bellini, and Berlioz.
  75. 75.  A revolution in music listening occurred as the radio gained popularity worldwide and new media and technologies were developed to record, capture, reproduce, and distribute music.
  76. 76.  Music today is no longer limited to concerts and clubs inasmuch as the almost obsolete cassette tape, the CD, the VCD, the DVD, the MP3, the MP4, and the computer are media generating music.
  77. 77. Adams, John Coolidge He was known for his opera: “ Nixon in China” (1985-1987) “ On the Transmigration of Souls” (2002)
  78. 78. Arne, Thomas Augustine He was best known for the Patriotic “ Rule, Britannia!”
  79. 79. Bach, Johann Sebastian He was a German composer of the Baroque, Bach wrote all forms of music except opera.
  80. 80. A hungarian composer Bartok did: “ Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celeste”
  81. 81. Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1872) A German composer Beethoven wrote symphonies, opera (Fidelio), chamber music and piano sonatas
  82. 82. Incidental music for Daudet “L’Arlesienne” Bizet is known for his opera: “ Carmen” A French composer Bizet, George (1838-1875)
  83. 83. Cannabich, Johann Christian Innocenz Bonaventura A German composer of the Classical era He was the son of the flautist and composer Martin Friedrich Cannabich, a pupil of Johann Stamitz and a friend of Wolfgang Amadeus A composer of almost 70 symphonies Cannabich was described by Mozart as the, “ best music director I have ever seen and has the love and awe of all under him.”
  84. 84. A polish composer Chopin is known as the “Poet of the Piano” He wrote preludes, waltzes, and concertos
  85. 85. Donizetti, Gaetano He was an Italian composer Donizetti, wrote the following operas: “ L’Elisir d’Amore” “Lucia di Lammermoor “William Tell”
  86. 86. He was an American Composer “Porgy and Bess” “Rhapsody in Blue” “American in Paris”
  87. 87. Glinka, Mikhail (1804- 1867) A Russian Composer Glinka wrote a national opera, “Life for the Tsar” He translated Alexander Pushkin’s “Russian and Ludmilla” into opera with music.
  88. 88. Haydn, Franz-Joseph (1732- 1809) A German Classic Composer He wrote symphonies, oratorious,(“Creation” and Seasons”
  89. 89. Leoncavallo, Ruggiero An Italian Composer He wrote the opera emtitled “Pagliacci”
  90. 90. Liszt, Franz (1811- 1886)
  91. 91. Mcdowell, Edward (1861- 1908) An American Romantic Composer He wrote, “Woodland Sketches” and “Sea Pieces”
  92. 92. Machaut, Guillaume De (1300-1377) A French composer of the ars nova He is noted for his “Mass of Notre Dame”
  93. 93. Mascagani
  94. 94. Menotti, Gian Carlo He noted for his opera entitled “ The medium”
  95. 95. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus He wrote symphonies, operas, chamber and piano music An Austrian Classic composer His works are: Symphony no. 41 in C major (Jupiter) Marriage of Figaro Don Giovanni
  96. 96. Puccini, Giacomo He wrote the following operas: “Tosca” “La Boheme” “Madame Butterfly”
  97. 97. Rossini, Giaochino (1792- 1868) He did, “Barber of Seville” “William Tell” based on Beaumarchais, Comedy, and Schiller’s Drama respectively
  98. 98. Sammartini, An Italian Giovanni Batista Composer, He was highly organist, choir regarded by master and teacher younger composers, He produce three including Johanna operas, over 50 Christian Bach and sonatas, 10 Joseph Haydn. concertos, over 70 symphonies and many more
  99. 99. Scarlatti, Allesandro (1659-1725) He wrote operas, operatic overtures and oratotios
  100. 100. Scarlatti, Giuseppe Domenico (October 26, 1685-July 23, 1757) He spent much of his life in Spain and Portugal Influential in the developmnent of the Classical style, he attracted notable admirers including Frederic Chopin, Johannes Brahms,Bela Bartok, Dmitri Shostakovich, Heinrich Schenker and Vladimir Horowitz
  101. 101. Stravinsky, Igor (born 1882) He is known for his works, “Firebird” “Petrouchka” “Rite of Spring”
  102. 102. Tsachaikovsky, Peter Illich (1840-1901) A Russian Composer He is noted for the following “Sixth Symphony”(Pathetique), “Nutracker Suite” (Ballet), and the overture of “ Hamlet”
  103. 103. Verdi, Giuseppe (1813-1901) An Italian Composer He wrote the following operas: “Aida”, “Rigoletto”, “Ill Trovatore”, “La Traviata”, and “Otello”
  104. 104. Wagner, Richard (1813-1883) A German Composer He wrote the following musical dramas: “Die Meistersinger” “Siegfried” “Lohengrin” “Tristan and Isolde” “The Ring Cycle”
  105. 105. LOCAL COMPOSER The pride of Filipino in music industry
  106. 106. Bonifacio Abdon
  107. 107. • He studied at Ateneo municipal at he is part of the choir in the school • At the of 18 he already exposed in opera • Most of Abdon’s musical compositions are in Tagalog zarzuela • First filipino who conduct an opera in the country • he was appointed as a violin instructor violin in the Conservatory of Music of the University of the Philippines in 1920.
  108. 108. Works of Abdon: • Misang Tagalog sa Balintawak (1910) – composed for the Aglipayan Church • Kundiman (1920) – unpublished; composed for the Russian concert cellist Bogumil Sykora • Instituto de Mujeres’ school hymn • Romanza • In Memoriam • Antipolo • Paghihinakit • Awit ng Pulubi • O! Dios sa Kalangitan! • Ang Bibingka – a part of one of Patricio Mariano’s works • Ang Anak ng Dagat • Ibong Adarna • Alaala
  109. 109. Nicanor Abelardo
  110. 110. • A native Bulaceño • At age of eight he already compose a song “Ang Unang Buko” dedicated to her grandmother • His family was know for being musician • Abelardo finally took up courses under Guy F. Harrison and Robert Schofield at the UP Conservatory of Music in 1916
  111. 111. Works of Abelardo: • Mountain Suite • "Ang Aking Bayan" • The Historical Pageant • Processional March • Concerto in B Flat • "Nasaan ka, Irog?" • "Kundiman ng Luha" • "Magbalik Ka, Hirang!" • "Mutya ng Pasig" • "National Heroes' Day Hymn" • "Ikaw Rin" • "Bituing Marikit" • "Kung Ako'y Umibig" • "Doon Po sa Aming Bayan" • "Un Cuento de Lola Basiang"
  112. 112. Freddie Aguilar
  113. 113. • Known as Bob Dylan of the Philippines • a folk musician of our country • best known for his rendition of "Bayan Ko", which became the anthem for the opposition to the Marcos regime during the 1986 People Power Revolution • and for his song "Anak", the best-selling Philippine music record of all time • Some of the songs that caused him to be banned from mainstream media include: "Kata-rungan" or "justice" (speaking for the unjustly accused), "Pangako" ("promise") (a leader's unfulfilled pledges to an abandoned people), and "Luzviminda" (an acronym for Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao, calling on Filipinos to wake up to the reality of oppression)
  114. 114. Herminio Alcasid Jr.
  115. 115. • Known as Ogie Alcasid and recently marriage to Regine Velasquez • Alumni of La Salle,Grenhills and Univesity of the Philippines • He is a singer,songwriter, composer,host,actor,comedian and entrepreneur • He composed and arranged songs for television and films. • He has since released 18 albums
  116. 116. Some major awards: • Popular Male recording • Artist Representative to the 1990 ASEAN SONG FESTIVAL, Kuala Lumpur • 2003 Famas Best Movie Theme Song of the Year (KAILANGAN KITA). • 2004 Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Award Most Popular Male Singer/Entertainer • 2008 24th Star Award for movies, movie theme song of the year, Pano Ba Kita Iibigin • 2009 STAR AWARDS FOR MUSIC( Male Recording Artist-First Recipient) • 2012 Multiple Intelligence for music award (Multiple Intelligence school) • "Nandito Ako" (I Am Here) was awarded "Song of the Year" by local radio station Magic 89.9
  117. 117. Singles of Alcasid: • Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang? • Hanggang sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan • Kailangan Kita • Kung Tayo'yMagkakalayo • May Bukas Pa • Pangako • Kailangan ko’y ikaw • Hanggang ngayon
  118. 118. Joey Ayala
  119. 119. • An advocate of environmental protection • He composed song with nature,humanity,and dying tribes and culture as themes. • Ayala also served as the (2008–10) Chairman and Vice-Chairman (201113) of the National Committee on Music under the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.
  120. 120. • An advocate of environmental protection • He composed song with nature,humanity,and dying tribes and culture as themes. • Ayala also served as the (2008–10) Chairman and Vice-Chairman (201113) of the National Committee on Music under the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.
  121. 121. Works of Ayala: • • • • • • • • • • • • • Panganay ng Umaga (Firstborn of the Morning) Magkabilaan (Dichotomies) Mga Awit ng Tanod-lupa (Songs of the Earth-Guardian) Lumad sa Síyudad (Native in the City) Lupa't Langit (Earth and Heaven) 16lovesongs Awit ng Magdaragat (Songs of the Seafarer) Organik Basta May Saging (As Long as There Are Bananas!) JoeyAyala: RAW Encantada (Music from a Ballet Philippines dance-drama, 1992.) Parol (Music from a Ballet Philippines Christmas dance-drama, 1995.) Palay Bigas Kanin (A multi-artist collaborative album directed by Ayala, 2010. Available for educational use via the web.) • Sita at Rama (In collaboration with sibling Cynthia Alexander. Music for a puppet theater production by Amelia Lapena Bonifacio.)
  122. 122. Heber Bartolome
  123. 123. • is a Filipino folk and folk rock singer, songwriter, composer, poet, guitarist, bandurria player, bluesman, and painter • His music was influenced by the “stylistic tradition” of Philippine folk and religious melodies • carried the trademark sound of the kubing, a native musical I • His “Tayo’y Mga Pinoy” (We’re Filipinos) was a finalist during the 1978 first Metro Manila Popular Music Festival instrument in the Philippines
  124. 124. Works of Bartolome: Bartolome’s famous songs include: • “Pasahero” or ‘passenger’ (1977), • “Almusal” or ‘breakfast’, • “Inutil na Gising” or ‘an awake fool’ (1985), • “Karaniwang Tao” or ‘ordinary person’ (1985).
  125. 125. Eleander B. Buendia
  126. 126. • Also know as Ely Buendia • a Filipino writer and musician who gained fame as guitarist, songwriter, and lead vocalist of the popular Pinoy rock band Eraserheads and Pupil. • Alumni of Pasig Catholic College,University of Perpetual Help rizal and later enrolled at University of the Philippines • Ely Buendia had a broadsheet column, entitled "CURSOR," published weekly (every Saturday) in the Entertainment Section of the Manila Bulletin
  127. 127. Works of Eleander: • Black whole • Sucker • Marble with sister Lally • Kung di rin lang ikaw for True Faith • Mga Babae and Something always Bring Me back to you for Novia • Stones Throw for Sponges Cola • Private Diane with Francis Magalona and Death Threat
  128. 128. George Canseco
  129. 129. • One of the foremost composer of original filipino music • Most of his songs were interpreted by the country's ace balladeer, Basil Valdez • His manner of writing songs was as unusual as his gift as he can draw bittersweet emotion from some imagined experience • His very first composition was "I'll Never Be Yours." • He then finished journalism at the University of the East and even worked as one for the Philippines Herald and Associated Press where he was an editor
  130. 130. • The following compositions all won best theme songs for Canseco from the FAMAS awards: • "Imortal" (for the 1989 Metro Manila Film Fesrival) • "Langis At Tubig" (1980) • "Gaano Kadalas Ang Minsan" (1982) • "Paano Ba Ang Mangarap" (1983) • "Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin" (1984) • "Hihintayin Kita Sa Langit" (1991)
  131. 131. Works of"I'll Never Be Yours." Canseco • • "Kapantay Ay Langit," • "Rain," • "Kailangan Kita," • "Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo,“ • "Kastilyong Buhangin," • "Dito Ba," • "Langis At Tubig.“ • Ngayon at Kailanman“ • "Burlesk Queen,“ • "Pagputi ng Uwak, Pagitim ng Tagak," • "Atsay" and "Miss X;“ • "Kapantay Ay Langit" (which was named best theme song in 1971).
  132. 132. • 19th Jose Canseco A late century composer who wrote hymns,zarzuelas, military marches and motets Religious compositions: • “Salve a la Sma. Virgen” • “Letania a la Sma. Virgen” • “Liberame (responso)” • “Plegaria a la Dolorosa” • Hymns to Nuestra Senora de Guia, patron saint of Ermita, Manila Secular pieces: • “La Despedida,” with words by Lorenzo Guerrero and dedicated to Juanita Marco • “La Ausencia,” dedicated to the girl who later on became his second wife • “Flor de Maria” • “La Huerfana,” dedicated to Clara Guerrero • “Josefina,” dedicated to his daughter • “Valeroso,” a paso doble • “Themis y Marta,” a paso doble dedicated to General Eulogio Despojol • Canseco also wrote the musical score of the Spanish zarzuela “La Muerte de Lucrezia” by Ronderos.
  133. 133. Ryan Caybyab
  134. 134. • A holder of bachelor of Music in composition degree from UP college of Music • He was the Executive and Artistic Director of San Miguel Foundation for Performing Arts • The manager of the group Smokey moutain • He is now the executive director of the Philpop Music Fest Foundation Inc., the organization behind the Philippine Popular Music Festival • He was also a Maestro performing in different country and events in country
  135. 135. Works of Cayabyab • Tuwing Umuulan at Kapiling Ka (winner, 18th Awit Awards, Best Musical Arrangement) • Iduyan Mo • Kahit Ika'y Panaginip Lang • Paraisong Parisukat • Tunay na Ligaya • Nais Ko • Liman-Dipang Tao • Tsismis • Da Coconut Nut • Iniibig Kita • Paraiso • Awit ng Pagsinta (Epithalamium) - from Ryan Cayabyab and Bienvenido Lumbera's pop-ballet Rama Hari; lyrics by Lumbera • Hibang sa Awit - lyrics by Jose Javier Reyes
  136. 136. Levi Celerio
  137. 137. • Celerio was a prolific songwriter, with over 4,000 songs to his credit • He is perhaps best known for being a leaf-player, a feat for which he was put into the Guinness Book of World Records. In 1997, he was named National Artist of the Philippines for Music. • He would also later appear on That's Incredible!.
  138. 138. Works of Celerio Levi's Christmas songs: • • Pasko na Naman, Maligayang Pasko at Manigong Bagong Taon (Ang Pasko ay Sumapit), • Misa de Gallo. love songs include: • Saan Ka Man Naroroon?, • Kahit Konting Pagtingin, • Gaano Ko Ikaw Kamahal, • Sa Ugoy ng Duyan, his folk songs include: • Ang Pipit, • Tinikling, • Itik-Itik, • Waray-Waray • Pitong Gatang,
  139. 139. Wency Cornejo
  140. 140. • A son of New Anchor Mel Tiangco • A composer and lead vocalist of band After Image • Part of the famous singing group in La Salle University- manila
  141. 141. Works of Cornejo: • • • • Habang May Buhay Magpakailanman Hanggang Isang kinabukasan(theme song of GMA Foundation)
  142. 142. Willy Cruz
  143. 143. • A prolific songwriter • He has written lyrics and composed songs for Sharon cuneta and her movies • He work for a number of telenovela including : – – – – – – – – Babangaon ako at dudurugin ka Kung mahawi man ang ulap My onlu love Pasan ko ang daigdig Pati ba pintig ng puso Sinasamba kita Bituing wlaang ningning Kaputol ng isang awit
  144. 144. Ernani Cuenco
  145. 145. • film scorer, musical director and music teacher • He completed a music degree in piano and cello from the University of Santo Tomas where he also taught for decades until his death in 1988. • His songwriting credits include: – – – – – – – "Nahan, Kahit na Magtiis," "Diligin Mo ng Hamog ang Uhaw na Lupa,“ "Pilipinas," "Inang Bayan," "Isang Dalangin," "Kalesa," "Bato sa Buhangin" "Gaano Kita Kamahal."
  146. 146. Constancio de Guzman
  147. 147. • acknowledged dean of Filipino movie composers and musical directors • Notable composer • Set to music the lyrics of “bayan ko” written by Jose Corazon de Jesus (huseng batute) • He became the music director of movie production outfits like Sampaguita, LVN, Royal, Excelsior, Lea, and Tagalog Ilang-ilang. • In 1948, his song “Ang Bayan Ko” and “Kung Kita’y Kapiling” bagged the gold medal at the Paris International Fair. • The same song won for him the Awit Award for best Filipino lyricist.
  148. 148. Julian Felipe
  149. 149. • The first filipino composer of note • Set music the lyrics of the Philippines national Anthem “Lupang Hinirang” written by Jose Palma • He composed nationalistic songs that inspired his compatriots to continue fighting against the Spaniards
  150. 150. Lucrecia Kasilag
  151. 151. • Knows as the “First lady of the Philippine Music” • She made over 350 musical composition • She serve as president of Cultural Center of the Philippines for 17 years • Her last composition was a fantasy opera “Why flowers bloom in May?”
  152. 152. Louie Ocampo
  153. 153. • Known for his association with Martin Nievvera • Wrote numerous hits,most of which were done in collaboration with other artist. • He became one of the Judge in Artista Academy in channel Five • Composition made was : • • • • • Tell me Kahit isang saglit You are my song Lagarista (arranged for Piolo Pascual) Closer you and I (GMA jingle)
  154. 154. Francisco Santiago
  155. 155. • First Filipino composer to be confered the degree of doctor of Music Abroad • The First Filipino to be appointed director of UP conservatory of music • Created the timeless piece like : – Pakiusap – Kundiman – Madaling araw
  156. 156. Juan Silos Jr. • • • Best known as “Father of Rondalla” Composed the theme song of movie “Giliw Ko” and the popular “Tunay na Tunay” Juan Silos, Jr. and his Rondalla has produced several traditional Philippine folk dances which he himself conducted. • • • • • • • • • • • Lawiswis Kawayan Pastora Putong Sinalampati Redoba Culebra Paruparong Bukid Sileleddaang Pabirik Pingga-Pingga Pino Escala
  157. 157. Restituto Umali
  158. 158. • Known as “Resty” • One of the most prolific composer the philippines ever produced • He became a volunteer instructor teaching the double-bass at the University of the Philippines (UP)
  159. 159. Awards Some of his awards: Compositions First Prize, Philippine Independence Some Hymn Contest, 1947 of his compositions: FAMAS Best Music Award for "Sa Bawa't • Romance, 1953 Pintig ng Puso," 1964 • Filipiana Medley Award for FAMAS Best Music Overture "Pinagbuklod ng Langit," Arts • Medley for Philippine1969 FAMAS Best Song Award for • Ang Kiri "Pinagbuklod ng Langit," 1969 Manila Film Festival ng Oras Award • Sa Lahat Best Music for "Bitter-Sweet," 1969 • FAMASang Lahat sa Akin, 1969 Ikaw Best Music Award for "Mga •Anghel na Walang Langit," 1970 Sa Araw ng Kasal, 1970 FAMAS Best Music Award for "Ang • Dearest Forever, 1971 Alamat," 1973 • Sa Pagitan ng Festival Best Music Award Olangapo Film Dalawang Langit, 1974 for "Ang Aguila at ang Araw", 1973 • Lupang Pangarap, 1975
  160. 160. Mike Velarde
  161. 161. • the founder and Servant Leader of the Philippines - based Catholic Charismatic religious group El Shaddai • Composer of Imelda Romuladez-Marcos favorite song “Dahil Sayo” • He also compose : • Buhat • Ikaw • Lahat ng araw • Habang may buhay • Minamahal kita • Ikaw ay akin