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CPAR_ABM 11_Music.pptx

  2. Presentation in CPAR (Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Regions)
  3. QUARTER 1- MODULE 3: Filipino Artistry at its Finest
  4. OBJECTIVES : At the end of this lesson, students are expected to; 1. Identify the works of Filipino Music Artists, 2. Discover the Roles of Filipino Music Artists to Contemporary Art. 3. Explain the significance and impact of their Artistry to the Philippines.
  6. JOSE MACEDA •Jose Maceda, was a Filipino composer, teacher, performer and musicologist, His research were taken from the remotest mountain village and farthest Island communities which resulted in the massive number of recorded music.
  7. • Maceda’s life-long dedication to the understanding and popularisation to the Filipino traditional music. • He wrote papers about the nature of Philippine traditional and ethic music that enlightened, both Filipino and foreign scholars. • His experimentation also freed Filipino musical expressions from a strictly Eurocentric mold. • Ugma-Ugma (1963), Pagsamba (1968), and Udlot-Udlot (1975) composition were usually performed communal ritual, other some major works include: - Pagsamba - Kubing - Ugnayan - Aroding
  8. UGNAYAN ni Jose Maceda
  9. LUCRESIA R. KASILAG •Lucrecia R. Kasilag, performing artist, composer, educator, administration and cultural entrepreneur of national and international caliber, had require herself to hone the Filipino appreciation of musical.
  10. •Kasilag develop the Filipino roots through fusing the ethics music with Western influences, who had led many Filipino composers to experiment with such an approach. •Her orchestral music includes: - Love Songs - Ang Pamana - Legand of the Sarimanok
  11. ANG BASURA ni Lucrecia Kasilag
  12. LEVI CELERIO •Levi Celerio was born in Tondo, Manila. •An exemplary lyricist and composer who received his scholarship at the Academy of Music in Manila which allowed him to join Manila Symphony as the youngest member.
  13. •Some of his work made for local movies while some became popular songs which include: - Saan Ka Man Naroon? - Kahit konting Pag tingin - Ikaw
  15. JOVITA FUENTES •She was born on February 15, 1895, Roxas City, and passed away on August 7, 1978, Manila.
  16. •There was already Jovita Fuentes portray of Cio-Cio San in Giacome Pucceni’s Madame Butterfly at Italy’s Teatro Municipale Di Piacenza, before Lea Salonga’s break into Broadway. •Her portrayal was hailed as the “most sublime interpretation of the part”.
  17. •This is remarkable because it happened at a time when Filipino people were scarcely heard of in Europe. •Prior to that, she was teaching at the UP Conservatory of Music (1917) before leaving for Milan in 1924 for further voice studies. •After eight months of arduous training, she made her stage debut at the Piacenza.
  18. •She embarked on a string of music performances in Europe with the roles of Liu Yu in Puccini’s Turandot, Mimi in Puccini’s La Boheme, Iris in Pietro Mascagni’s Iris, the title role of Salome (which composer Richard Strauss personally offered to her including the special role of Princess Yang Gui Fe in Li Tai Pe). •She was given the unprecedented award of “Embahadora De Filipinos a su Madre Patria” by Spain.
  19. NASAAN KA IROG? Ni Jovita Fuentes
  20. HONORATA “atang” DELA RAMA •Honorata “atang” Dela Rama “Queen of kundiman” in 1979, at age of 74 singing the same song (nabasag na banga) that she sang as a fifteen – year old girl in the sarsuela dalagang bukid.
  21. •The very first actress in the very first locally produced Filipino film when she essayed the same role in the zarzuela’s film version, at age seven, she was already being cast in Spanish zarzuelas such in Marina, Mascota, Sueno De un Vals, the role of an orphan in Pangarap in Rosa was her most satisfying and rewarding role that she played with realism, the stage sparkling with silver coins toosed by a teary-eyed audience, Atang firmly believes that the kundiman and sarswela expresses best Filipino soul and even performed kundiman and other Filipino songs for the Aetas or Negritos of Zambales and the Sierra Madre, the Bagobos of Davao and other Lumad of Mindanao.
  22. NABASAG NA BANGA ni Honorata Dela Rama