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THE MUSIC OF MINDORO
Transcript of THE MUSIC OF MINDORO
by: Patricia and Liann of Barney And Friends (group 1)
The functions of their songs are for work, leisure, worship, and ritual.
For the Mangyans, music is a part of their ordinary and festive occasions
Di bagamaraming bulaklak saan man!
Makakapili ka Sarisaring kulay
Kung ang mapili mo'y ang bulaklak ng rosal
Di ibig pitasin sa sanga at tangkay Di bagama
Di mo ba gatanto na ako'y asusena
Ang hardinero ko'y si Ama't si ina?
Bago ka pumitas bulaklak sa sanga
Sa hardinero'y magsabi ka muna
this song is an example of a Mindoro folk song. But usually, they use vocal music. Let us move on to the types of Vocal Music
it is their own word for 'song'
is a genre of songs used to communicate with spirits in rituals for healing the sick and protecting the community by an Indigenous Group called Iraya-Mangyan.
it is a legend which means 'fear of water'
It is a chanted poem of seven lines. Usually, it is used by a young man to serenade a girl during courtship. But it really is a chanted poem.
TYPES OF VOCAL MUSIC
I will discuss the songs of the Mangyans in Mindoro.
Mindoro, formerly called 'Mait' was known to Chinese traders before the Spanish came.
is the only indigenous group living in Mindoro. It is composed of different sub-groups such as
Iraya, Tadyawan, Alangan,
(Mangyan sub-groups from oriental Mindoro North)
Batangan, Buhid, and Hanunoo
(Mangyan sub-groups from the South of Mindoro)
of course, these vocal songs are performed with musical instruments
It is a bamboo duct flute which has a chip glued on the the tube of the flute
Subing or Kinaban (Jaw's harp)
It is a bamboo Jaw's Harp. You play it by putting it between your lips and plucking the slightly pointed end. It is also known as 'kubing'. Other indigenous groups such as T'boli, Ifugao, and Maranao also have their own versions of Subing.
It is a type of indigenous violin with three to four strings made of human hair.
Agong is a set of two wide-rimmed, vertically-suspended gongs also used by the Maguindanao, Maranao and Tausug people of the Philippines as a supportive instrument in kulintang ensembles.
A kind of Rattle Made from "Bean Pod"