Filipino Music Essays

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Rondalla’s Struggle to Past Until Present

Rondalla is a legacy that we inherited from our great ancestors; it is an art that gives more life and color to our already rich culture, it is the sound that enhances the uniqueness of Filipino music, and most of all, it is the one that strengthens and remind us the true beauty of our Filipino roots. Over the years, Rondalla has achieved great memo...

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How Influential K-Pop is to Filipino Teenagers Essay

How can Music Authorities influence Filipino Teenagers to patronize OPM? Also this study focuses only on K-Pop music and the respondents are Filipino Teenagers whose ages are 13 years old up to 19 years old only.

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Reasons of K Pop Popularity Among Filipino Teenager Essay

Most Filipino fans are local to their idols, they do like a stalker just to see them, to touch and to say hello to them, only one reply like “hi” is enough for them that why fans are exceptionally love their Idols. Another thing why k pop music is so popular in Philippines is because of the theme song of what in Filipino called “koreanovelas”.

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Philippine Literature During the Japanese Era Essay

The Japanese nevertheless encouraged the creation and performance of music with native themes through music contests. They also founded the organization of Filipino players named Dramatic Philippines.

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Development of Dance and Music in the Philippines Essay

The Filipino is a lover of music. In the field of vocal music, choral music in the Philippines has dramatically expanded in the last fifty years, with the rise .

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Filipino Psychology Essay

Imbued with dynamism and a commitment to indigenous Filipino psychology in music and the arts, Felipe de Leon Jr. led the Sikolohiyang Pilipino movement as the fifth president of the association, promoting consciousness in people’s arts. Delineating the Filipino psychology and worldview is a contribution towards liberation—by not simply describing t...

1771 words (4.4 pages)
The Reflected Values in Filipino Folk Dance

This term paper will discuss Filipino dance culture such folk and their histories. Importance about Filipino culture and dance .

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What is the effect of kpop in the philippines? Essay

Kiss’ Because I’m A Girl was made Filipino as Kung Alam Mo Lang, whereas Mina’s Answer the Phone was translated into English retaining its original title. Not long after, the music video of Korean singer Mina for her first album’s carrier single, Answer The Phone, also entered the local music scene.

1008 words (2.5 pages)
Traditional Filipino Serenade

The kundiman is often called the classical Filipino love song. Kundiman was the traditional means of serenade in the Philippines.The Kundiman came around to be an art song at the end of the nineteenth century and by the early part of the twentieth century, its musical structure was formalised by Filipino composers such as Francisco Santiago and Nica...

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Great Filipino Music Artists (80’s – Present) Essay

More commonly known alternately as Joey Smith and Pepe Smith, he is an icon of original Filipino rock music or “Pinoy Rock”. A Filipino musician who hails from Bunawan, Agusan del Sur, and is known for her use of indigenous instruments and styles.

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Culture & country Essay

A closer look will reveal that Filipinos prefer the same type of music and clothing just as the same as any American. com/philculture/family.

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The Spanish Colonization in the Philippines Essay

Even though the Filipino experienced the inhumanity of the Spaniards but still they influenced us the way of their living and until today we still used and make those influences in our daily lives. We can say that the Filipino during the time of the Spanish was so very poor and pity because the Spaniards treated the Filipino people not as human bein...

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Identity: Filipino Psychology Essay

Filipino identity now has pride in it, never give up, that’s the true Filipino identity it contributes well in our society. And now a day’s Filipino influence a lot to society like in music, food, philosophy, art, religion and in culture, We Filipino preserve our culture very well as you can see our traditions and culture is still alive and we still...

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Julio Nakpil Essay

Julián Felipe (January 28, 1861 – October 2, 1944), was the composer of the music of the Filipino national anthem, formerly known as “Marcha Nacional Magdalo”, now known as Lupang Hinirang. He wrote an outstanding and memorable body of works that resonate with the Filipino sense of musicality and which embody an ingenious voice that raises the aesth...

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Juan Tamad

While these essays were written many years ago, the stereotype still persists. Over the years, it is a characteristic that Filipinos have learned to believe about themselves, and worse, accept with little question.

305 words (0.8 pages)
Addiction to K-Pop

Some lambast K-Pop for stealing the thunder from local artists but with the Internet shrinking the world, artists of every genre and of every nationality have no choice but to compete in a much wider arena. The value of respecting our elders and honoring them is embedded in both our cultures and expressed by the use of honorifics (e.g., “po” and “op...

356 words (0.9 pages)
Is the Philippines Truly Free Essay

By doing so, we can boost our country’s economy and awaken the sense of nationalism in each and every Filipino. As a member of the Filipino youth of today I believe that I can somehow make the Philippines truly free by reversing the above negative attitudes.

294 words (0.7 pages)
A Good Filipino Citizen Essay

I love my country and I advocate for the return to time-honored Filipino values for my sake and for the sake of the future generations. I may not be as influential as Mr. Noel Cabangon, but I can be a good Filipino.

823 words (2.1 pages)
Philippine Culture

Again, the Filipino talent is shown in their lifestyle during the early years. And just as the Filipinos’ creativity in Pottery, the gold industry displays another Filipino ingenuity and talent.

1289 words (3.2 pages)
Guitar and Plectrum Instruments Essay

Other stringed instruments composing the standard Filipino rondalia are the bandurria, the laúd, the octavina, the Twelve-string guitar, the Ukulele, the bajo de uñas or double bass, the Guitarrón mexicano, and other Filipino-made instruments modeled and developed after the guitar. The Philippine rondalia’s repertoire include folk songs such as the ...

493 words (1.2 pages)
Life Is Beautiful Movie Essay

One thing that makes every filipino happy is a karaoke machine,there is no family who doesn’t have one. The music of the movie is so calming and everytime I hear it I feel like I’m in a disco or a dance ball in the 90’s.

368 words (0.9 pages)
Rolando Santos Tinio

This great Filipino poet was a National Artist for Theater and Literature and was in the first group of inductees into the Palanca Hall of Fame in 1995. The “meaning” is hidden in the intentional actions of the actors and the unexpected reply of the audience (Lumbera) He published four seminal books of poems between 1972 and 1993, in which, along wi...

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Kundiman Filipino Love Songs

INSTRUMENTAL is a musical composition or recording without lyrics, or singing, although it might include some non-articulate vocal input; the music is primarily or exclusively produced by musical instruments. BALLAD is a form of verse, often a narrative set to music.

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Influences on the Philippines Essay

The Philippines continues to grow in itself with the everlasting influences of the many countries that came to the Philippines. India has influenced the Philippines in all aspects of life, from writing, music, and language to even religion.

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Education in the Philippines Essay

Fourth year has Calculus, Advanced Algebra, Physics, Filipino IV, Literature, and Economics. Filipino is based on Tagalog, so in Tagalog areas (including Manila), Filipino is the foundational language used.

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Philippine Education Essay

Second year has Algebra II, Biology, English II, Filipino II, and Asian History. Filipino is based on Tagalog, so in Tagalog areas (including Manila), Filipino is the foundational language used.

1547 words (3.9 pages)
Technology Case Study

[…] Interestingly, Synovate find out that 47 percent of Filipino respondents think that a cell phone would be harder to replace than a wallet or purse when lost. Last year, a similar study by Synovate showed that young Filipinos liked usingtheir mobile phones to play games, listen to music, watch videos and surf the Internet (Gutierez, 2010).

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Filipino Cry: The Social Issues in OPM Songs Essay

The paper seeks to prove that these songs have similar theme that Filipino composers integrate in a music/song to convoke the attention of the government officials. These songs were selected according to their similarities in terms of the social issues of the Filipino to the government such as poverty, unemployment, corruption and oppression.

290 words (0.7 pages)
The Evolution of Fashion in the Philippines

Filipino imports lost popularity over time, but the materials have recently made a comeback with the popularity of organic fabrics. The source The History of Filipino Fashion by Melanie Mayne discusses that Philippine Fashion was acknowledged in 1500s, but it was just recognized in United States and Europe in 1800s.

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Interpretation of the poem, “Sa Aking mga Kabata“ Essay

“A la juventud filipina” was written by Rizal when he was only eighteen years old, and was dedicated to the Filipino Youth. He wanted the Filipino youth to use their abilities and skills to excel not only for their success but also for the success of the country.

2838 words (7.1 pages)

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