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Music of Mindanao (Instrumental Music)

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Music of Mindanao (Instrumental Music)

  1. 1. INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITY
  2. 2. Lets watch a video of a Kulintang Ensemble (Play video “Kulintang Ensemble”)
  3. 3. UNIT III MUSIC OF MINDANAO
  4. 4. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
  5. 5. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 1. Kulintang ensemble – a gong-based ensemble used by the Maguindanao and Maranao of Western Mindanao, the Tausug, the Yakan, and the Sama-Bajao of the Sulu archipelago. They have varied functions but are mostly used for celebrations / rituals and are mainly divided into three parts: 1. Kulintang Ensemble 2. Bamboo Ensemble 3. Solo Instruments
  6. 6. KULINTANG ENSEMBLE  Kulintangan (Manobo Cotabato) / Kwintangan – ensembles of 6 -8 hanging or placed melody gongs in a row , hung in a pyramidal order, with the smaller and higher-pitched gongs near the top
  7. 7. KULINTANG ENSEMBLE Kulintangan – is an important social property. This instrument of the ensemble is highly valued. The ownership of these instruments indicates high social status.
  8. 8. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC K U L I N T A N G A N
  9. 9. KULINTANG ENSEMBLE AGUNG – a large, deep- rimmed gong, vertically suspended, hanged in wooden frames.
  10. 10. KULINTANG ENSEMBLE A G U N G
  11. 11. KULINTANG ENSEMBLE  Tahunggo, Agung, Salmagi, Blowon Semagi – suspended gong ensembles (9-11 gongs, played a melody and drone player) in various names according to each tribe; ensemble maybe completed with 1 or 2 drums
  12. 12. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 2. Bamboo Ensemble- according to Philippine legends, the first man and woman are born out of bamboo. Bamboo is also considered among early Filipinos as a spiritual connection from our physical world to the spiritual. Many bamboo instruments are made for these purposes, but some are made for entertainment and musical expression.
  13. 13. BAMBOO ENSEMBLE 2. Bamboo Ensemble – the different manners in playing bamboo instruments include: blowing (aerophones), shaking or hitting (idiophones), and plucking (chordophones).
  14. 14. BAMBOO ENSEMBLE Gabbang – a native xylophone in Sulu, a bamboo keyboard on top, constructed out of wood. Ordinarily, its main body is shaped like a coffin; keys are struck with 2 mallets, each with a strip of rubber fastened to its underside.
  15. 15. BAMBOO ENSEMBLE G A B B A N G
  16. 16. BAMBOO ENSEMBLE Lets watch a video (Play video Gabbang Music “Philippine Music: Music of Mindanao Muslims Uwang Ahadas Gabbang)
  17. 17. BAMBOO ENSEMBLE Seronggagandi – a guitar like made of bamboo. Two chords are slit loose side from the outer skin fibers of the bamboo itself and these are given tension by means of bridges. A hole is cut into the bamboo under the 2 chords that serves as resounding
  18. 18. BAMBOO ENSEMBLE S E R O N G G A G A N D I
  19. 19. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 3. Solo Instruments – these are instruments that can be played alone or in a solo performance.
  20. 20. SOLO INSTRUMENTS Kudyapi – is a 2 string plucked lute instrument made of wood which resembles an elongated guitar usually having 2 strings. It varies in sizes, but normally it is about one and a half meter long. It is held in the performer’s lap like a guitar, the left hand slides back and forth between the frets; the middle finger of the right plucks both the melody and strings with a rattan plectrum or kubit.
  21. 21. SOLO INSTRUMENTS Lets watch a video (Play video“Master Samaon Sulaiman”) K U D Y A P I
  22. 22. SOLO INSTRUMENTS Suling – (Maguindanao and Yakan’s) is made mainly of “tamiang” bamboo, a long, thin- walled bamboo tube. Its mouth piece is circled with a thin band made of rattan near a small hole.
  23. 23. SOLO INSTRUMENTS Lets watch a video (Play video “Kaehlian Tunanetra Memainkan Suling Bambu”)
  24. 24. INSIGHTS The different ethno-linguistic group in Mindanao have SIMILAR gongs and bamboo types of instruments used in their celebrations and rituals, but they also have varied functions and different ways of playing these instruments.
  25. 25. APPLICATION (SEATWORK) Let’s watch and listen to a song entitled “Sanlibutan” and prepare for an activity afterwards.
  26. 26. APPLICATION (SEATWORK) While listening to the song entitled “Sanlibutan” by Ang Grupong Pendong, answer the following questions: What particular instrument/s do you hear were being used in the song? Does the song’s melody and mood give you a feeling of the same traditional Mindanao ritual or celebration? Why? What do you think is the message of the song?
  27. 27. ASSESSMENT (GROUP ACTIVITY) Let’s divide the class into 5 groups. Using your improvised musical instruments, each group will create a presentation and play the improvised musical instruments in front of the class. Rubrics will be used in rating the students' performance Creativity and resourcefulness is the key ;) See the video for reference. (Play the video “Group Activity Gongs of Mindanao”)
  28. 28. ASSIGNMENT Answer page 100 of your music book in your MAPEH notebook which will be checked next meeting.

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