Pe-Ii (First Quarter)



• The regular music in the Philippines, like the folk music of our countries, reflects the life span of common, mostly rural Filipinos. Like it is counterparts in Asia, a lot of traditional tracks from the Korea have a strong connection with nature. However , much of it uses the diatonic scale rather than the more " Asian"  pentatonic range. • Traditional Philippine music is reflective of the country's history as a melting pot of different ethnicities. • A commonality can be that vocal music is of significant import to every ethnic group in the country. While there is some music intended for move, the best-preserved form of classic music is that intended for the voice, with chanting epic poetry as having been the earliest form sometime later it was augmented by simply instrumental accompaniment. • Such as the culture with the country alone, traditional Philippine music is a melting pot of the country's historic previous. Philippine Classic Music is usually influenced by all the music with which this came into contact, so it is unsurprising that it may sometimes sound as 'Chinese' since it is 'Indian' or even 'European'. • Like the people who use it, Classic Music in the Philippines is either Western or perhaps non-Western. And even though having more subdivisions, each form will surely reflect the culture of your specific group. Through it is Traditional Music, one can clearly see how Filipinos have a deep reverence to God, close family connections, and pay attention to nature.

Samples of Philippine Folks Song:


(Kampangan Song)

Atin cu pung singsing

Metung yang timpukan

Amana que iti quing Indung ibatan

Sangkan queng sininup

QuiГ±g metung a caban

Myself wala en este momento iti, electronic control unit camalayan

Ent sucal ning lub cu

Susucdul qГ±g banua

Picurus cung gamat

Babo ning lamesa

Ninu mang manaquit

QuiГ±g singsing cung mana

Calulung pusu cu

Manguinu ya ceca

Pamulinawen Lyrics

(Ilocana Song)



Pusok imdengam manВ

Plaything umas-asugВ

Agrayo ita sadiam. В

Panunotem manВ

Dika pagintultulnganВ

Doll agayat, agruknoy ita emmam. В

Itdem ta diak kalipatanВ

Tag nasudi unay a nagan, В

Uray sadin' ti ayan, В

Lugar sadino man, В

Aw-awagak a di agsardayВ

Ta naganmo a kasam-itanВ

No malagipka, pusok usted mabang-aran!

Filipino Instrument


• Bulungudyong - straight flute (Pinatubo Ayta)

• Palendag - lip-valley flute (Kalinga)

• Tongali - nasal area flute (Kalinga)

• Tumpong - bamboo flute


Configured gongs

• Agung

• Gandingan - pair of four large hanging knobbed gongs

• Kubing - jaw's harp (Maranao)

• Kulintang

• Any guitar


The recorder is a woodwind musical instrument of the relatives known as fipple flutes or perhaps internal duct flutes—whistle-like musical instruments which include the tin whistle. The recorder is end-blown and the mouth of the tool is narrowed by a wooden plug, known as ablock or fipple.


• Luntang - wooden beams hanging coming from a framework (Maguindanaon) • Gabbang - bamboo sheets blades on a frame (Yakan, Batak, B'laan, Badjao, Taus)


• Kulintang a tiniok - eight tuned knobbed metal plates strung over the wooden shape (Maguindanaon) • Saronay -- eight tuned knobbed metal plates strung over a wooden frame (Maranao)


• Dabakan - cup drum (Maranao)

• Gandang - double-headed barrel trommel (Maranao)

• Libbit - conical trommel (Ifugao)

• Sulibao - conical drum (Ibaloy)

• Agung a tamlang - bamboo bedding slit drum

• Kagul - scraper


• Bandurria

• Kutiyapi

• Buktot-an instrument made out of coconut layer w/ 5 strings


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