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1 Music Lesson 1 The Music of the Philippines

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  • Q1
    is a type of song that is non religious in nature.
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  • Q2
    this popular folk song describes the tedious task of rice planting.
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  • Q3
    It is a folk song from lowland Luzon which comes from the Ilocos region.
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  • Q4
    or serenading is part of the Filipino traditional way of courtship.
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    is another type of folk song in 3/4 time signature. This fold song expresses love verses for both the man and the woman.
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    is a song and dance style from the 19th century. Kumintang is the former name of Batangas, where the style of music originated from.
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  • Q7
    follows a form and tonality that is distinct from the other love songs.
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  • Q8
    is a type of music that is religious in nature or with a religious purpose.
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  • Q9
    has been part of our musical tradition since the Spaniards brought it to our shores during the 1800s.
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  • Q10
    performs as an instrumental group to accompany a dance or singing performance.
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  • Q11
    may also be plucked but it is mostly strummed.
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  • Q12
    provides the low notes that balance off the bandurria's shrill sound.
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  • Q13
    is more often a combination of brass, percussion and woodwind instruments; the performers wear colorful costumes and are preceded by a group of girls as majorettes in street parades
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