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An Ilonggot Lullaby: Baliwayway
Transcript of An Ilonggot Lullaby: Baliwayway
Origin of Lullaby
An Ilonggot Lullaby: Baliwayway
An Ilongot lullaby showing the tribal pattern of culture in which the father expressed his fears and doubts about the growing boy; his hopes for the boy to take care of him in his old age; and his hopes for the boy to take over his work
Where and when did Baliwayway started or existed?
As we know children literature in the Philippines had been in existence as far back as the primitive era even before colonizers came to the Philippines...
Region II Cagayan Valley
The name is derived from the famous Sagayan River, the longest and the biggest river in the Philippines. The Cagayan Valley comprises the northern part of Luzon
Batanes, Cagayan, Isabela,Nueva Vizcaya and Quirino. It is bordered on thewest by the Central Cordillera, on the east by the Sierra Madre Mountains and on the south by theCarballo Mountain.It is the second biggest region inthe country. Region 2 constitutes significant ethnicgroups: Ivatan(Batanes); Ibanag(Cagayan andIsabela); Itaves, Malueg, Aeta(Cagayan); Gaddangand Isinai(Nueva Vizcaya); and Ilongot(Nueva Vizcaya and Quirino)
The origin of the term “lullaby” comes from the words “Lilith abi”which means “Lilith, go away.”
“Sudden Infant Death Syndrome”
Until today filipino people
still practice lullaby but with
the aid of technology.
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The term baliwayway came from the Isinay. Isinay is a group of people who occupied northern Luzon in the pre-spanish period.
In literature, one of the strongest devices is imagery wherein the author uses words and phrases to create “mental images” for the reader. Imagery helps the reader to visualize more realistically the author’s writings. The usage of metaphors, allusions, descriptive words and similes amongst other literary forms in order to “tickle” and awaken the readers’ sensory perceptions is referred to as imagery. Imagery is not limited to only visual sensations, but also refers to igniting kinesthetic, olfactory, tactile, gustatory, thermal and auditory sensations as well.
The connotation of a word refers to the emotional or cultural association with that word rather than its dictionary definition. The connotation definition is therefore not the explicit meaning of the word, but rather the meaning that the word implies.
Connotation comes from the Latin word “connotare,” which means, “to mark in addition.”
In some cases, connotation can also be similar to symbolism as it hinges on culturally-accepted meanings. For example, the connotation of a red rose is love and passion, and if an author were to refer to a red rose while talking about a relationship, the reader would understand that this connotation and symbolism was at play.