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MUSIC REVIEWER GRADE 7

Music of Palawan

Palawan
- One of the most visited places in the Philippines
- Has beautiful beaches
- Underground River
- Discovery of the Tabon Man

3 Indigenous Tribes of Palawan


1. CUYONON
2. PALAWAN
3. TAGBANUA

Cuyuna
- Lives in the island of CUYO/CUYO ISLAND
- One of the OLDEST inhabitants of Palawan
- Highly developed culture

1. Sandaw lullaby of the cuyuna / song for babies by the Cuyuna.


2. Enekay Balagtasan

Instruments of the Cuyunan:


1. Batungtung A BAMBOO SLIT DRUM THAT IS STRUCK WITH A STICK.
2. Palakupakan another instrument made from bamboo. It is a stick with a BAMBOO CLAPPER.
3. Subing also called as Jews harp
4. Lantoy a nose flute

Subing

Batungtung

Lantoy

Songs of the Cuyunan Tribe

1. Ang Saya- Saya


2. Kotaw- botaw a song for wakes and vigil
Tagbanua
- Tribes that are found in the SOUTHERN and NORTHERN part of Palawan
- Tabon Man
- People who served several ceremonies, feasts and rituals.

Oiman ballads of the Tagbanua


Dagoy love songs of the Tagbanua

Instruments of the Tagbanua


1. Gimbal a drum made from HOLLOW TRUNK OF A TREE and Membrane made from skin of LIZARDS.
2. Tipanu mouth flute of the Tagbanua
3. Aruding nose flute of the Tagbanua
4. Beberek a nose flute of the Tagbanua

Tipanu

Gimbal

Palawan
- People with fair skin and slender built
- People that plays songs that expresses closeness to nature.

Instruments
1. Gimbal
2. Babandin large brassed bossed gongs
3. Pagang an instrument made from SELECTED MATURE BAMBOO WITH FOUR STRINGS STRETCHED TO THE BODY.

BABANDIL PAGANG
MUSIC OF MINDORO

Mindoro
- Southern tip of Luzon
- Seventh Largest Island of the Philippines.
- Name of the tribe called Hanunuo Mangyans

Mangyans a genetic name for all the indigenous groups that stays/ lives in the island of Mindoro
Hanunuo used to describe Mangyans who have remained faithful to the traditions of Mindoro
Sanskrit system of writing of the Mangyans
Ambahan poem and songs chanted by the Hanunuo-Mangyans.
- Comes from the word AMBA invocation of the Spirit
- 3 134 lines, riddle-like manner

Themes of Ambahan
1. Birth
2. Marriage
3. Old age
4. Sickness
5. Nature

Luka portion of bamboo pole where Mangyans write there ambahans.

Instruments
Chordophones Aerophones Idiophones
Gitgit a three stringed fiddle played Bangsi is an external pipe flute Barimbaw is a bamboo slit gong that
with a bow made from bamboo is played with a stick
Kudling is a zither made from Tangkap is a bamboo whistle Kaluntang a percussion sticks cut
bamboo that has parallel strings from softwood. They are played by
striking each other.
Kudyapi- is a six stringed zither that is Cantuy is a a Mangyans nose flute Agong- is a bossed bronze gong that is
carvedout of soft wood. It has six struck with bamboo sticks.
nylon threads that can be plucked or - Instrument used in social
strummed. gathering such as good
harvest and burials

Visayan Music

Visayas is a region situated between Luzon and Mindanao.


- One of the Regions were Spanish rule and influence are very evident as reflected in their music.

Various Songs of the Visayans


Childrens Song Ilo nga Bata

Working Song Si Pilemon

Serenade Song Matud Nila

Nonsense Song Pakitong-kitong

Drinking Song Condansoy

Lullaby Ili-Ili Tulog Anay

Instruments:
1. Guitar
2. Koratang
3. Buktot
4. Lig it
5. Lantoy
PE BOYS

Celebrating traditions through Folk Dance

Folk Dance are reflections of a peoples culture. It reflects the CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS, SENTIMENTS and
FEELINGS OF PEOPLE.

Dance is a BODY MOVEMENT WITH RYTHMIC PATTERNS


- It is a way of expressing what person thinks or feels.

Folk Dancing is the oldest form of dance and probably one of the earliest forms of communication

Nature and Characteristic of Folk Dance

a. Ethnic Traditions
- Most Folk dances originated as a traditional dances of a country. They evolved from the everyday activities
and experiences in people.

Examples of Ethnic Traditions


a. Ritual Dances dances which have something to do with the SPIRIT.
b. Life Cycle Dance dances that celebrates INDIVIDUALs BIRTH, BAPTISM, COURTSHIP and WEDDING.
c. Occupational Dance imitate the OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE IN THE LOCALITY.

b. Spanish Colonial Tradition


- When the Spaniards colonized the Philippines they brought to the country the Catholic Religion and European
Art and Culture.

First Dances Introduced by the Spaniard


Rigodon
Virginia
Lanceros

Dances with Hispanic Influences in the Philippines


a. Pandanggo is a favorite dance by Filipinos during the Spanish Period. It is a lively Spanish Dance with
slow to quick rhythm.
b. Habanera- is a piece of music named after HAVANA in CUBA. It is a danced in slow duple meter with a
step-close-step pattern
c. Rigodon also called as RIGODON de HONOR

c. American Colonial Tradition


- America made its presence felt in vaudeville dancing, ballet and modern dance, folk and social dancing. These
dances live on today and continue to influence the evolution of dance and media forms.

a. Vaudeville or bodabil a dance that was introduce by the Americans which includes ENTERTAINMENT, ROUTINES
and COMEDY SKITS.
b. Ballet this is decidedly Western innovation and invention in dance and was taught by LUVA ADAMEIT to the first
generation of teachers and choreographers.
c. Modern Dance
d. Folk and Social Dances

Basic of Folk Dancing

Dance Formations

Column Formation Partners Facing Front Column Formation Partners Facing Each Other
Column Formation/ Partner Facing Each other Column Formation Partners Facing Each Other

Line Formation Single line formation


Partners Facing Each Other, pairs parallel to each other Partners side by side Facing Front

Semi- Circle formation Square Formation


Partners Facing Front, Forming ONE HALF CIRCLE Partners Facing Center Occupying Sided of Squares

Square Formation Set of Two Pairs


Partners Facing Center Occupying Corners of Square Partners Facing Each other

Home Corners In Single File


Facing Diagonaly Rectangular Pattern

Single Circle Single Circle


Partners Facing in Partners Facing Clockwise
Single Circle Double Circle
Partners Facing Each Other Partners Facing counter clockwise, Boys INSIDE Girls
OUTSIDE

Double Circle Double Circle


Partners Facing Each other Partners Facing in OPPOSITE direction

Double Circle Double Circle


Two Pairs Facing Each Other Partners Facing Each other

Double Circle
Partners back to back Position

Dance Positions

1. Closed Dance Position Partners faced each other with shoulders parallel. Each person shift slightly to his or her
left so he or she can look over his partners right shoulder. They are somewhat further apart than in the customary
ballroom dance position; arms are higher and extended.
2. Semi closed position partners keep the same hand position but turn to face forward to the boys left and girls
right. His right hand and her left side are adjacent to each other.
3. Open Position partners stand side by side, with inside hands joined and free hands positioned on waist. In most
of our folk dances, the girl holds her skirt with her free hand and the boy places his free hand behind his back
above the hip.
TERMS USED IN DANCE POSITIONS

1. Inside hand or foot this refers to the hand or foot that is near the partner, when the couples are side by side.
2. Outside hand or foot this means the hand or foot is far from the partner, when the couples are side by side.
3. Starting Position when ready to begin a dance, each person usually has one foot free and slightly lifted ready to
move at the proper movement. This is known as the free foot. The foot bearing the bodys weight is the supporting
foot. The free hand is the one not in contact with ones partner at any point.

Fundamental Position of the Arms and feet

A. First Position
Arms
- Arms encircle forward at chest and arms palms facing the body inward.
Feet
- Heels together, toes apart

B. Second Position
Arms arms raised sideward at shoulder level and palm facing upward
Feet apart sideward

C. Third Position
Arms the Right Arm (L) makes a half circle over and in front of the head, while the Left (R) arms in 2nd position
Feet heel and instep together
D. Fourth Position
Arms Left (Right) arm raised overhead, palm facing sideward, and R and L arm encircled forward at chest level,
palm facing down
Feet feet apart and walk stride position

E. Fifth Position
Arms the arms are rounded above the head so that the fingertips are just within the line of visions
Feet heel and toe together

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