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  1. 1. QuarterII: AFRO-LATIN AMERICAN AND POPULAR MUSIC
  2. 2. CONTENTST ANDARDS Thelearner demonstratesunderstandingof... 1.CharacteristicfeaturesofAfro-LatinAmerican musicandPopularmusic. a.AfricanMusic b.LatinAmericanMusic c. Jazz d. Popular / Pop Music e. OPM
  3. 3. PERFORMANCEST ANDARDS Thelearner... 1. Performs vocal anddanceformsof Afro-LatinAmericanmusicand selections of Popular music.
  4. 4. LEARNINGCOMPETENCIES Thelearner... 1.Observes dance styles, instruments, and rhythmsofAfroLatinAmericanandpopular musicthroughvideo, moviesandlive performances. 2.Describesthehistorical andcultural backgroundofAfro-LatinAmericanand popular music.
  5. 5. 3. ListensperceptivelytoAfro- Latin Americanandpopular music. 4. Dancestodifferent selectedstylesof Afro-LatinAmericanandpopular music.
  6. 6. 5.Analyzesmusical characteristicsofAfro- LatinAmericanandpopular music. 6.SingsselectionsofAfro-LatinAmerican andpopular musicinappropriatepitch, rhythm,style, andexpression. 7.Exploreswaysof creatingsoundsona varietyof sourcessuitableto chosenvocal andinstrumental selections.
  7. 7. 8.Improvisessimplevocal/instrumental accompanimentstoselectedsongs. 9. Choreographs achosendancemusic. 10.Evaluatesmusicandmusic performancesusingknowledgeof musical elementsandstyle.
  8. 8. MUSICOFAFRICA(Day1) Historical andCultural Background Musichasalwaysbeenanimportantpart inthedailylifeof theAfrican • Work • Religion • ceremonies • communication.
  9. 9. Singing, dancing, handclappingandthe beatingof drumsareessential tomanyAfrican ceremonies, including: • Birth • Death • Initiation • Marriage • Funerals Musicanddancearealsoimportant to religiousexpressionandpolitical events.
  10. 10. SomeT ypesofAfricanMusic 1.Afrobeat Afrobeat isatermusedtodescribethefusion of WestAfricanwithblackAmericanmusic.
  11. 11. Apala(Akpala) Apalaisamusical genrefromNigeriain TheY orubatribal style to wakeupthe W orshippers after fastingduringtheMuslim holyfeast of Ramadan. Percussion instrumentationincludestherattle (sekere), thumbpiano(agidigbo), bell(agogo), andtwo or threetalking drums.
  12. 12. Axe Axeis apopular musical genrefromSalvador, Bahia,andBrazil. It fusestheAfro- Caribbeanstylesof themarcha,reggae, and calypso.
  13. 13. Jit Jit isahardandfast percussive Zimbabwean dance musicplayedondrumswithguitar accompaniment, influencedbymbira-basedguitar styles.
  14. 14. Jive Jiveis apopularformof SouthAfricanmusic featuring alivelyanduninhibited variation of the jitterbug,aformof swingdance.
  15. 15. Juju Jujuis apopularmusicstylefromNigeriathat reliesonthetraditional Y orubarhythms, wheretheinstrumentsinJujuaremoreW estern inorigin.Adrumkit, keyboard, pedal steel guitar, andaccordionareusedalongwith thetraditional dun-dun (talking drum Or squeeze
  16. 16. KwassaKwassa KwassaKwassaisadancestylebeguninZaire inthelate1980’s, popularizedbyKanda BongoMan. Inthis dance style, thehips move backandforthwhilethe armsmovefollowing thehips.
  17. 17. Marabi Marabiis aSouthAfricanthree-chord townshipmusicof the1930s- 1960s whichevolvedintoAfrican Jazz.
  18. 18. LA TINAMERICANMUSICINFLUENCED BYAFRICANMUSIC Reggae ReggaeisaJamaicansounddominatedby bassguitar anddrums.
  19. 19. Salsa Salsamusicis Cuban,PuertoRican, and Colombiandancemusic. It comprisesvarious musical genresincludingtheCubanson montuno, guaracha, chachacha, mamboand bolero.
  20. 20. Samba Sambais thebasicunderlying rhythmthattypifies mostBrazilian music. It isalivelyand rhythmical danceandmusicwith threestepsto everybar,making theSambafeel likea timeddance.
  21. 21. Soca SocaisamodernTrinidadianandT obagopop musiccombining “soul” and“calypso”music. Were Thisis Muslimmusicperformedoftenasa wake-upcall for earlybreakfast and prayers duringRamadan celebrations. Relyingonpre-arrangedmusic,it fusestheAfricanandEuropeanmusicstyles with particular usageof thenatural harmonic series.
  22. 22. Zouk Zoukisfast, carnival-likehythmicmusic, from theCreoleslangwordfor ‘party ,’originatingin theCarribeanIslandsof Guadaloupeand Martinique andpopularized in the1980’s.
  23. 23. VOCALFORMSOFAFRICANMUSIC Maracatu Maracatufirst surfacedintheAfricanstateof Pernambuco,combiningthestrong rhythmsof Africanpercussion Instrumentswith Portuguesemelodies.
  24. 24. Maracatu TheMaracatuusesmostlypercussion instrumentssuch: Alfaia Drum T ar ol AgbeSakere Caixa MinieroorGanza Gongue
  25. 25. Blues Thebluesis amusical formof the late 19th centurythat hashaddeeproots inAfrican- Americancommunities. Thesecommunities are locatedintheso-called“DeepSouth” of theUnitedStates.Theslavesandtheir descendantsusedto singastheyworkedin the cottonandvegetablefields.
  26. 26. Soul Soulmusicwasapopular musicgenreof the 1950’sand1960’s. It originatedinthe UnitedStates.It combineselementsofAfrican- Americangospel music, rhythmandblues, andoftenjazz. JamesBrown EttaJames
  27. 27. Spiritual Thetermspiritual,normally associatedwitha deeplyreligiousperson, refers heretoa Negrospiritual, asongformbyAfrican migrantstoAmericawhobecameenslavedby itswhitecommunities.
  28. 28. ClassificationofTraditionalAfrican Instruments A.Idiophones Thesearepercussioninstruments that are either struckwithamalletor against oneanother. 1. Balafon-The balafon isaW est African xylophone.
  29. 29. 2. Rattles- Rattlesaremadeof seashells,tin, basketry , animal hoofs, horn, wood,metal bells, cocoons,palmkernels, or tortoise shells.
  30. 30. 3. Agogo-Theagogoisasinglebell or multiplebellsthat haditsoriginsin traditionalY orubamusicandalsoin the samba baterias(percussion) ensembles.
  31. 31. 4. AtingtingKon-Theseareslit gongsused tocommunicatebetweenvillages.
  32. 32. 5.Slit drum-Theslit drumisahollow percussioninstrument. 6.Djembe-TheW est Africandjembe (pronounced zhem-bay) is oneof the best-knownAfricandrumsis.
  33. 33. 7.Shekere- Theshekereisatypeof gourd andshell megaphonefromW est Africa, consistingof adried gourdwithbeadswovenintoa net coveringthegourd. 8.Rasp-Arasp,or scraper, isahandpercussion instrument whosesoundis producedbyscrapingthe notchesonapieceof wood
  34. 34. B.Membranophones Membranophonesareinstrumentswhichhave vibratinganimal membranes usedindrums. 1. Bodypercussion-Africansfrequently use their bodiesasmusical instruments.
  35. 35. 2. T alkingdrum- Thetalkingdrumisusedto sendmessagesto Announcebirths, deaths, marriages, sportingevents, dances, initiation, or war.
  36. 36. C.Lamellaphone Oneof themost popularAfricanpercussion instruments isthelamellaphone, whichisaset of pluckedtonguesor keysmountedona soundboard. It is knownbydifferentnames accordingtotheregions suchasmbira,karimba,kisaanj, andlikembe.
  37. 37. Mbira(handpianoor thumb piano) -Thethumb piano or finger xylophoneisofAfrican originandisused throughoutthecontinent.
  38. 38. D. Chordophones Chordophonesareinstruments whichproduce soundsfromthevibrationof strings. Theseinclude bows,harps, lutes, zithers,and lyresof varioussizes. 1. Musical bow-Themusical bowisthe ancestor of all stringinstruments. It istheoldest andoneof the most widely-usedstring instruments ofAfrica.
  39. 39. 2. Lute(konting, khalam, andthe nkoni ) - The lute, originatingfrom the Arabic states, isshapedlikethe modernguitar andplayedinsimilar fashion.
  40. 40. 3. Kora-ThekoraisAfrica's most sophisticatedharp, whilealsohavingfeatures similar toalute. Itsbodyis madefromagourdor calabash.
  41. 41. 4. Zither-Thezither isastringedinstrument withvaryingsizesandshapes whosestringsarestretchedalongits body.
  42. 42. 5. Zeze-Thezezeis anAfricanfiddle played withabow , asmall wooden stick,or pluckedwiththefingers. It hasoneor twostrings, madeof steel or bicyclebrakewire.
  43. 43. E.Aerophones Aerophonesareinstrumentswhichare producedinitiallybytrappedvibratingair columnsor whichencloseabodyof vibrating air. 1. Flutes - Flutesare widelyusedthroughout Africaandeither vertical or side-blown.
  44. 44. 2. Horns- Hornsandtrumpets, foundalmost everywhereinAfrica, are commonlymadefromelephant tusksand animal horns. Kuduhorn-Thisis onetypeof horn made fromthehorn of the kuduantelope.
  45. 45. 3. Reedpipes-Therearesingle-reedpipes madefromhollowguineacornor sorghumstems, 4. Whistles- Whistlesfound throughout thecontinent maybe madeof woodor other materials.
  46. 46. 5. Trumpets-Africantrumpetsaremadeof wood,metal, animal horns, elephant tusks, andgourdswithskinsfrom snakes, zebras, leopards, crocodilesandanimal hideasornaments tothe instrument.
  47. 47. WHA TTOKNOW 1. WhataretheclassificationsofAfricanmusic? 2.Whatarethecharacteristicsofeachclassification of Africanmusic? 3.NamesomeAfricanmusicalinstrumentsunderthe followingcategories: a. idiophones b. chordophones c. membranophones d. aerophones 4. DescribehowAfricanmusical instrumentsaresourced fromtheenvironment. Giveexamples.
  48. 48. MUSICOFLA TINAMERICA (Day2) Themusicof LatinAmericaistheproduct of threemajor influences–Indigenous, Spanish-Portuguese, andAfrican. Sometimes calledLatinmusic, it includesthe countries that havehadacolonial historyfrom SpainandPortugal,dividedintothe followingareas:
  49. 49. a.Andeanregion(amountainsystemof westernSouthAmericaalongthePacificcoast fromVenezuelatoTierra delFuego)– Argentina,Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador,Peru,and Venezuela b.CentralAmerica –Belize, CostaRica,El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras,andPanama c.Carribean–Cuba,DominicanRepublic, Guadeloupe,Haiti, Martinique,and PuertoRico d. Brazil
  50. 50. INFLUENCESONLA TINAMERICANMUSIC 1.Indigenous Latin-American Music Beforethearrival of theSpanish, Portuguese, andotherEuropeancolonizers, thenativeswerefoundtobeusinglocal drum andpercussioninstruments Quena T urtleShell
  51. 51. Guiro Maracas Maracas
  52. 52. 2. NativeAmerican/IndianMusic Theethnicandcultural groupsof theprincipal nativeAmericans sharemany similaryetdistinctive musicelements pertainingtomelody,harmony,rhythm, form, anddynamics. Someof theNativeAmericanmusicincludes courtshipsongs, dancingsongs, andpopularAmericanor Canadiantuneslike AmazingGrace, Dixie, Jambalaya, andSugarTime.
  53. 53. 3. Afro-LatinAmericanMusic TheAfricaninfluenceonLatinAmericanmusic ismost pronouncedinitsrich and variedrhythmic patternsproducedbythe drumsandvariouspercussion instruments.
  54. 54. 4. Euro-LatinAmericanMusic Thedifferent regionsof LatinAmericaadopted variouscharacteristicsfromtheir Europeancolonizers. I W annaBeinAmericafrom Leonard Bernstein’s Broadwayhit W est SideStory .
  55. 55. 5. MixedAmericanMusic Thediversityof racesandculturesfromthe NativeAmericans,Afro-Latin Americans, andEuro-LatinAmericans account for therich combinationsof musical elementsincludingthemelodic patterns, harmonic combinations, rhythmic complexities, widerangeof colorsand dynamics,andvariousstructuralformats. * musicanddanceformssuchastheAfro- Cubanrumba,Jamaicanreggae,Colombiancumbia, andtheBraziliansamba.
  56. 56. 6. PopularLatinAmericanMusic LatinAmericahasproducedanumber of musical genresandformsthat hadbeen influencedbyEuropeanfolkmusic,African traditional music, andnativesources. Someof theseLatinAmerican popular musicformsaretango, bossa nova, samba, son, andsalsa.
  57. 57. T ango Salsa Samba
  58. 58. MUSICALINSTRUMENTSOFLA TIN AMERICA Tlapitzalli Thetlapitzalli is aflute variety from theAztec culturemadeof claywith decorationsof abstract designsor imagesof their deities.
  59. 59. Teponaztli Theteponaztli is aMexicanslit drumhollowed outandcarvedfromapieceof hardwood. It is thendecoratedwithdesignsin relief or carved to representhumanfiguresor animalstobe usedfor bothreligiousandrecreational purposes.
  60. 60. Conch Theconchisawind instrument madefroma seashell usually of alargesea snail Rasp Theraspisahand percussion instrument whose soundis producedby scrapingagroup of notched stickswithanother
  61. 61. Huehueti Thehuehueti isaMexicanupright tubular drumusedbythe Aztecsandother ancient civilizations. It ismadeof wood openedat thebottomandstanding onthreelegscut fromthe base, withitsstretchedskinbeaten bythehandor awooden mallet.
  62. 62. Whistles Whistlesareinstrumentsmadeof natural elementssuchasbonefromanimals. The eagle-bonewhistleisthemost common whose functionistohelpsymbolizethe piece’s purpose.
  63. 63. IncanInstruments AmongtheIncasof SouthAmerica,two instrumental varietiesweremostcommon: a. Ocarina Theocarinawasanancient vessel flutemadeof clayor ceramicwithfour to12finger holesandamouthpiecethat projectedfromthebody .
  64. 64. b. Panpipes(Zamponas) The zamponas wereancient instrumentstunedtodifferent scalar varieties, playedby blowingacrossthetubetop.
  65. 65. AndeanInstruments The Andean highlands made use of several varieties of flutes andstring instruments that includethefollowing: a. Pitus Thepitusareside-blowncaneflutesthat are playedall year round.
  66. 66. b. W oodenT arkas Thetarkasareverticalductflutes witha mouthpiecesimilar to that of arecorder, usedduringtherainy season.
  67. 67. c. Quenas Thequenasareverticalcanefluteswithanend- notchedmadefromfragilebamboo. Theyareusedduringthedryseason.
  68. 68. d. Charango Thecharango is aten-stringedAndeanguitar fromBolivia. It isthesizeof aukulele andasmallerversionof themandolin, imitating theearly guitar andlutebrought by theSpaniards. It produces bright soundsandis oftenusedin serenades in SouthernPeru.
  69. 69. Mariachi TheMariachi isanextremely popular bandin Mexicowhoseoriginal ensembleconsisted of violins, guitars, harp, andanenormous guitarron (acousticbassguitar).
  70. 70. VOCALANDDANCEFORMSOFLA TIN AMERICANMUSIC 1. Cumbia OriginatinginPanamaandColombia,the cumbiabecameapopularAfrican courtshipdancewithEuropeanandAfrican instrumentationand characteristics.
  71. 71. 2. T ango ThewordtangomayhavebeenofAfrican origin meaning“Africandance”or fromtheSpanishwordtanermeaning“to play” (aninstrument).
  72. 72. ic 3. ChaCha Thechachaisaballroomdancethe originatedin Cubain 1953,derived fromthemamboanditscharacterist 4. Rumba Therumbapopular recreational danceofAfro- Cubanorigin, performed inacomplex duple meter pattern and tresillo,
  73. 73. 5. Bossanova Bossanovaoriginatedin1958-59asa movement effectingaradical changein theclassicCubansamba.Thewordbossa comesfromtheBraziliancapital of Rio deJaneiro, whichmeanseither “trend” or “somethingcharming,”
  74. 74. Aforemost figureof bossa novais Antonio CarlosJobim, who became famouswithhis songDesafinado(1957). InthePhilippinepop music scene, Sitti Navarroisa singer who hasbecome knownasthe “Philippines’ Queenof
  75. 75. 6. Reggae Reggaeisanurbanpopular musicanddance stylethat originatedinJamaicain themid1960’s. It containedEnglishtext coupledwith Creoleexpressionsthat werenot sofamiliar tothenon-Jamaican. It wasasynthesisof W esternAmerican (Afro-American) popular musicandthe traditionalAfro-Jamaicanmusic,
  76. 76. Thebest-knownproponent ofreggaemusicis BobMarley, aJamaicansinger-songwriter, musician, andguitarist. 7. Foxtrot The foxtrot is a 20th century social dancethat originated after 1910inthe USA.It was executedasaonestep, twostepandsyncopated rhythmic pattern.
  77. 77. 8. PasoDoble Thepasodoble(meaning “doublestep”) isatheatrical Spanishdanceusedbythe Spaniardsinbullfights, wherethemusicwas played asthematador enters (paseo) andduring passes just beforethekill (faena).
  78. 78. WHA TTOKNOW 1.Whatarethedifferent vocal anddanceforms of LatinAmericanmusic? 2.Whatarethecharacteristicsof eachvocal anddanceformof LatinAmericanmusic? 3.Whichtypeof musicwaspopularizedbyBob Marley? 4.Whichtypeof musicwaspopularizedby AntonioCarlosJobim? 5.Whois knownasthe“Philippines’Queenof BossaNova”?
  79. 79. JAZZ (Day3) • Thearrival of thejazzgenredidnot come overnight. • It wasanoffshoot of themusicofAfricanslaves whomigratedtoAmerica. • Asmusicisconsideredatherapeutic outlet for humanfeelings, • theAfricans usedmusictorecall their nostalgic past intheir homecountryaswellastovoice out their sentimentsontheir desperatecondition at that time.
  80. 80. RAGTIME • RagtimeisanAmericanpopular musical stylemainlyfor piano, originatingintheAfro- AmericancommunitiesinSt. LouisandNew Orleans. • Itsstylewassaidtobeamodification of the“marchingmode” madepopular by JohnPhilip Sousa,wheretheeffect is generatedbyaninternallysyncopated melodiclinepittedagainst arhythmically straightforwardbassline.
  81. 81. JellyRollMorton ScottJoplin
  82. 82. BIGBAND • Theterm‘BigBand”referstoalarge ensemble • originatingintheUnitedStatesinthemid 1920’s • closelyassociatedwiththeSwingErawith jazz elements. • Relyingheavilyonpercussion(drums),wind,rhythm section(guitar,piano,doublebass, vibes)andbrass instruments(saxophones), withalyrical string section(violins andother
  83. 83. GlennMiller Orchestra
  84. 84. BEBOP •Bebopor bopisa musical styleof modern jazz •whichis characterized byafast tempo, instrumental virtuosity , * improvisationthat emergedduringW orld W ar II. DizzyGillespie
  85. 85. JAZZROCK • Jazzrockisthe musicof 1960’s and1970’sbands that insertedjazz elementsintorockmusic. • Asynonymfor “jazzfusion,” jazz rockisamixof funkandR&B Joni Mitchell
  86. 86. WHA TTOKNOW 1. Whatarethedifferent jazzforms? 2.Whatarethecharacteristicsof eachjazz form? 3.Nameoneof theBigBandsthat became popular. 4.Whichtypeof musicwasadoptedby singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell? 5.Namethreeof thepopular groupsthat usedthejazzrockstyle.
  87. 87. POPULARMUSIC(Day4) *Popular music literally means “music of the populace,” similar to traditional folk music of thepast. *it developed in the 20th century , pop music (asit hascometobecalled) *generallyconsistedof musicfor entertainment of large numbersof people, whetheronradio or inliveperformances.
  88. 88. BALLADS • Theballadoriginatedasanexpressive folksongin narrativeversewithtext dealingtypicallyabout love. • Thewordisderivedbothfromthe medieval French“chansonballadee” an * “ballade”whichrefersto adancingsong.
  89. 89. Characteristics: 1. BluesBallads -Theformemphasizesthecharacter of the performer morethanthenarrative content,and isaccompanied bythebanjoor guitar. 2. PopStandardandJazzBallads Thisisabluesstylebuilt fromasingleverseof 16barsendingonthedominant or half-cadence, followedbyarefrain/chorus part
  90. 90. 3. PopandRockBallads Apopandrockballadisanemotional love songwithsuggestions  DonMcLean “AmericanPie.”
  91. 91. ST ANDARDS Inmusic, theterm“standard” isusedto denotethemost popular andenduring songsfromaparticular genre or style FrankSinatra NatKingCole
  92. 92. ROCKANDROLL Rockandroll wasahugelypopular song formintheUnitedStatesduring thelate1940’stothe1950’s. TheBeatles ElvisPresley
  93. 93. DISCO The 1970s saw the rise of another form of pop musicknownas“disco.” Discomusicpertained torockmusicthat wasmoredanceable, TheBeeGees ABBA
  94. 94. Earth,Wind, andFire DonnaSummer
  95. 95. POPMUSIC Parallel withthediscoera, other pop music superstarscontinuedtoemerge. Among DianaRossandthe Supremes
  96. 96. Popsuperstarsin morerecentyearsincludesoloartists: CelineDion(MyHeartWill GoOn), Madonna(MaterialGirl), WhitneyHouston(I WillAlwaysLoveY ou), MariahCarey(Hero), JustinTimberlake(Justified), BritneySpears(Oops, I DidItAgain), Beyonce(Irreplaceable), LadyGaga(BadRomance), BrunoMars(JustTheWayYouAre); aswell asvocal groupssuchasBoyzII Men(FourSeasons ofLoneliness),TheBackstreetBoys(I WantIt ThatWay), N’Sync(ThisI PromiseYou),Destiny’sChild(Survivor), amongmanyothers.
  97. 97. Michael Jackson,“TheKingofPop” Perhapsthe most popular soloperformer of all timeis MichaelJosephJacksonwhowasborn on August29,1958anddiedonJune25,2009. HewasanAmericanrecording artist, entertainer, singer- songwriter, recordproducer, musical arranger, dancer, choreographer, actor, businessman, and philanthropist.
  98. 98. T oday’sPopMusicIdols Therearemusicgroupslike: • BlackEyedPeas, • KPop(Korean), • MyChemical Romance, • Fall Out Boys, • TheRedJumpsuitApparatus, • SoujaBoy ,Train, • Maroon5, and • OneDirection.
  99. 99. HIPHOPANDRAP Hiphopmusicis astylized, highly rhythmic typeof musicthat usually(but not always) includesportions of rhytmicallychantedwords called“rap.” KanyeW est Eminem
  100. 100. AL TERNA TIVEMUSIC Alternativemusicwasanunderground independent formof musicthat aroseinthe 1980’s.
  101. 101. WHA TTOKNOW 1.Brieflydescribethehistoricalandcultural backgroundof African,LatinAmerican,jazz,andpopularmusic. 2.AnalyzethemusicalcharacteristicsofAfrican,Latin American,jazz,andpopularmusic. 3.Howdidthefollowingmusicreflect lifeintheir respective culturesandtheconditionsat that time? a.Africanmusic–maracatu, blues, soul, spiritual, call and response b. LatinAmericanMusic–cumbia,tango,chacha,rumba, bossanova, reggae, foxtrot, pasodoble c. Jazz–ragtime, bigband, bebop, jazzrock d.Popularmusic–ballads,standards,rockandroll, disco, pop,hiphopandrap,alternativemusic
  102. 102. PHILIPPINEPOPULARMUSIC (Day5) • Theonewordthat comestomind when wethinkof contemporary Philippine musicisthetypecommonly termedas Original PinoyMusicor Original Philippine Music,Or OPMfor short.
  103. 103. Inthe1960sto 1970s, *NoraAunor, • Pilita Corrales, • EddiePeregrina, • VictorWood, • Asin, • APOHikingSociety , • andotherswerehighlypopular OPM singers..
  104. 104. Inthe1970sto 1980s, themajor commercial Philippinepopmusicartists were: • Claire delaFuente, • Didith Reyes, • RicoPuno, • RyanCayabyab, • BasilV aldez, • CelesteLegaspi, • Hajji Alejandro, ReyV alera, FreddieAguilar, Imelda Papin, Eva Eugenio, Nonoy Zuñiga,
  105. 105. PHILIPPINEJAZZ Philippinemusicianshavealsobeeninspired byjazzmusic. LitoMolinaand theJazzFriends EddieKatindig BobbyEnriquez
  106. 106. PHILIPPINEAL TERNA TIVEFOLKMUSIC ThePhilippinesalsosawtherise of alternative folkmusicwhichwasdifferent fromthe traditional andpopular form. FreddieAguilar
  107. 107. PHILIPPINEROCK Theyear 1973sawthebirthof Philippineor “Pinoy”rockmusicwhichsuccessfullymerged therockbeat withFilipinolyrics. JuandelaCruzBand
  108. 108. Parokyani Edgar Bamboo
  109. 109. PINOYRAP In thePhilippines, rapwasalsomadepopular by suchcomposers andperformers as FrancisMagalona(MgaKababayanKoand W atawat) andAndrewE(HumanapKa ngPangit).
  110. 110. WHA TTOKNOW 1.Howdidthedifferent formsof popularmusicreflect lifeinthe20thcentury? 2.Differentiatethecharacteristicsof Philippinepop, rock,andrapmusic. 3.Whatroledidmedialike radio,television,and recordingsplayin thedevelopmentof thesedifferent musical genres? 4.Describethe“ManilaSound”inPhilippinepop music. 5. Namesomewell-knownOPMperformers.
  111. 111. WHA TTOPERFORM GroupActivities(Day 6) 1. ClassSingingConcert–liveperformance a. Y our teacher will dividetheclassintofour groups. b.Eachgroupwill beaskedtodrawlotstosinga songfrom oneof thefollowingmusical genres: ForAfricanMusic- choosefromKumbaya, W aka W aka, orMbube ForLatin-Americanmusic- OneNoteSamba ForJazz- choosefromSomeonetoWatchOverMe byElla Fritzgeraldor AllThatJazzfromthemovie ChicagoForPopandOPM- chooseyourownsong
  112. 112. c. Decideamongyour groupmembers whichof youwill sing, planthe choreography or movementsto accompanythesong, playamusical instrument, andrecordthegroup’s performanceonvideo. d. Learnyour assignedsong, usingthe lyricsonthefollowingpages.Practiceit, withthechoreography and accompaniment. Then, performit inclass.
  113. 113. 2. DanceInteraction a. Asyour groupperformsinclass, invite the other class members to join you inthedancemovementsor choreographythat youhaveprepared. b. Doanimpromptu selection of “Best Dance Performance” among your classmates.
  114. 114. 3. MusicVideoAward a. Duringtheclassperformance, theassignedgroupmember(s) will record your group’sperformance usingamobilephone, tablet, or videocamera.
  115. 115. b. Simulatea“MusicVideoAward” event by joiningtheother groupsin presentingyour respectivevideosinclass. c.Theclassmemberswill choosethe“Best SongPerformance”basedon howwell thegrouppresentedtheir assignedmusicgenre.
  116. 116. (Day7) –Practice (Day 8) - Performance
  117. 117. EvaluationofPerformingActivities Ratingscale: 5=V eryGood 3=Fair 2=Poor 4=Good 1=NeedsFollow-up Ratescoresarebasedonthegroups’performancequality. 1. Howwelldidour groupperformour assignedmusic? a.AfricanMusic b. LatinAmericanMusic c. Jazz d. PopMusic/ OPM 2HowwellcanI identifythedifferentmusicalgenresbased oninstrumentation,melody,rhythm,text,timbre,harmony, andpurpose?
  118. 118. 3.HowwellcanI describethecharacteristics of eachgenreasI listenedtothemelody , harmony , rhythm,andlyrics? 4.Howwell didour groupperformthedifferent dance movesfor our assignedsong? 5.HowwellcanI (individually)singthefollowing musical genres? a.AfricanMusic b. LatinAmericanMusic c. Jazz d. Popular / PopMusic e. OPM
  119. 119. Teacher’sRatingofthePerformance 1. Musicianship(60%) 2. Presentationimpact and showmanship(20%) 3. Ensemblecoordinationand organization(20%)

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