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<ul><li><p>Bughaw, Mariechan M. </p><p>IV BSEd- English </p></li><li><p> Traditional Music in the Philippines </p><p>is like the traditional music of other </p><p>countries, reflects the life of common folk, </p><p>mainly living in rural areas rather than </p><p>urban ones. Like its counterparts in Asia, a </p><p>lot of traditional songs from the Philippines </p><p>have a strong connection with nature. </p><p> Filipinos love music. Singing is a form </p><p>of expression. Even the earlier Filipinos </p><p>love to sing their songs. Folk songs are </p><p>quite literally the songs of the people. </p></li><li><p>Folk Song in Luzon </p><p>Magtanim ay Di Biro </p><p>Magtanim ay di biro Maghapong nakayuko Di naman makatayo Di naman makaupo </p><p> Bisig ko'y namamanhid </p><p>Baywang ko'y nangangawit. Binti ko'y namimintig </p><p>Sa pagkababad sa tubig. </p></li><li><p> Kay-pagkasawing-palad </p><p>Ng inianak sa hirap, Ang bisig kung di iunat, </p><p>Di kumita ng pilak. Sa umagang pagkagising Lahat ay iisipin </p><p>Kung saan may patanim May masarap na pagkain. </p><p> Halina, halina, mga kaliyag, Tayo'y magsipag-unat-unat. Magpanibago tayo ng lakas </p><p>Para sa araw ng bukas </p><p>(Braso ko'y namamanhid Baywang ko'y nangangawit. </p><p>Binti ko'y namimintig Sa pagkababad sa tubig.) </p></li><li><p>Visayan Folk Song </p><p>Dandansoy </p><p>Dandansoy, bayaan ta ikaw </p><p>pauli ako sa payag ugaling kung ikaw hidlawon </p><p>ang payag imo lang lantawon. </p><p>Dandansoy, kung imo apason bisan tubig di magbalon </p><p>ugaling kung ikaw uhawon sa dalan magbubon-bubon. </p></li><li><p>Kumbento, diin ang cura? </p><p>munisipyo, diin justicia? </p><p>yari si dansoy makiha. </p><p>makiha sa pag-higugma </p><p>Ang panyo mo kag panyo ko </p><p>dal-a diri kay tambihon ko </p><p>ugaling kung magkasilo </p><p>bana ta ikaw, asawa mo ako. </p></li><li><p>Other famous Folk Songs </p></li><li><p>Leron, Leron, sinta Buko ng papaya Dala dala'y buslo </p><p>Sisidlan ng sintaPagdating sa dulo'y Nabali ang sanga, Kapos kapalaran Humanap ng iba. </p><p>Halika na Neneng, tayo'y manampalok Dalhin mo ang buslo, sisidlan ng hinog </p><p>Pagdating sa dulo'y uunda-undayog Kumapit ka Neneng, baka ka mahulog. </p></li><li><p>Paru-Parong Bukid </p></li><li><p>Paruparong bukid na lilipad-lipad </p><p>Sa gitna ng daan papagapagaspas </p><p>Isang bara ang tapis </p><p>Isang dangkal ang manggas </p><p>Ang sayang de kola </p><p>Isang piyesa ang sayad </p><p>May payneta pa siya uy! </p><p>May suklay pa man din uy! </p><p>Nagwas de-ohetes ang palalabasin </p><p>Haharap sa altar at mananalamin </p><p>At saka lalakad nang pakendeng-kendeng. </p></li><li><p>Bahay Kubo </p></li><li><p>Bahay Kubo (Nipa Hut) </p><p>Bahay Kubo, kahit munti Ang halaman doon ay sari-sari. </p><p>Singkamas at talong, sigarilyas at mani Sitaw, bataw, patani. </p><p> Kundol, patola, upo't kalabasa </p><p>At saka mayroon pang labanos, mustasa, </p><p>sibuyas, kamatis, bawang at luya sa paligid-ligid ay puro linga. </p></li><li><p>O Ilaw </p><p> A popular example of the traditional Filipino love song genre "kundiman", this song was made famous by Filipino singer and actor Ruben Tagalog (1920-83). The real title of the song is actually "Aking Bituin" ("My Star"), its current title having been derived from its first two words "o ilaw" ("o light"). </p></li><li><p>O, Ilaw sa gabing madilim </p><p>Wangis mo'y bituin sa langit </p><p>O, tanglaw sa gabing tahimik </p><p>Larawan mo Neneng nagbigay pasakit </p><p>Tindig at magbangon sa pagkagupiling Sa pagkakatulog </p><p>na lubhang mahimbing </p><p>Buksan ang bintana at ako'y dungawin </p><p>Nang mapagtanto mo ang tunay kong pagdaing </p></li><li><p>ANG PIPIT </p><p> "Ang Pipit" ("The Sparrow") relates the story </p><p>a sparrow who falls off the branch its perched on </p><p>after being stoned by a cruel man. It was co-</p><p>written by Lucio D. San Pedro (1913-2002) and </p><p>Levi Celerio (1910-2002). Named National Artist </p><p>for Music and Literature in 1997, Celerio had </p><p>composed over 4,000 songs and has even been </p><p>included in the Guinness Book of World Records </p><p>for his unusual talent of playing music from a </p><p>leaf. </p></li><li><p>SA UGOY NG DUYAN </p><p> Another collaboration from Lucio </p><p>San Pedro and Levi Celerio. "Sa Ugoy </p><p>ng Duyan" ("The Swing of the Cradle") </p><p>is a haunting and nostalgic lullaby </p><p>expressing the feelings of a child </p><p>finding tranquil security in the arms of </p><p>a loving mother. </p></li><li><p>BAYAN KO </p><p> Written in 1929 by Filipino poet Jose Corazon de Jesus ("Huseng Batute" 1896-1932) and later set to music by Constancio de Guzman (1903-83), "Bayan Ko" ("My Country") was meant as a patriotic song protesting the American occupation of the Philippines. Since then, it has practically been a second national anthem for freedom-loving Filipinos, a theme song for some of the most momentous events in Philippine history. Its most famous rendition is the one by Filipino folk singer Freddie Aguilar. </p></li><li><p>BAYAN KO </p><p>Ang bayan kong Pilipinas Lupain ng ginto't bulaklak Pagibig sa kanyang palad Nag-alay ng ganda't dilag. </p><p>At sa kanyang yumi at ganda Dayuhan ay nahalina Bayan ko, binihag ka </p><p>Nasadlak sa dusa. </p><p>Ibong mang may layang lumipad Kulungin mo at umiiyak </p><p>Bayan pa kayang sakdal dilag Ang di magnasang makaalpas. </p><p>Pilipinas kong minumutya Pugad ng luha ko't dalita </p><p>Aking adhika makita kang sakdal laya </p></li><li><p> It can be said that a country is defined by its folk songs. From this list of Filipino folk songs, we can gather that the people of the </p><p>Philippines are a humble folk, full not only of mirth but also of deep aspiration. They are </p><p>also an industrious people, with a love for the simple things in life, as well as a great </p><p>yearning for peace and national freedom. And of course, the Filipino people are a talented lot, capable of crafting songs that reflect the </p><p>nature of their beloved country. </p></li></ul>