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  1. 1. Let us RECALL… Jose Maceda’s musical style shifted when he encountered the music of the indigenous tribes of Mindoro in 1953. He then embarked on his life’s work, dedicated to the understanding and preservation of Filipino traditional music. His extensive research and fieldwork resulted in an immense collection of recorded music taken from the remote mountain villages and far-flung inland communities in the Philippines.
  2. 2. Ramon Santos’ compositional style features chromaticism, music seria, and electronic components, combined with indigenous Philippine music elements.
  3. 3. Fr. Manuel Maramba OSB, one of the most accomplished musicians in the Philippines, is best known as a liturgical composer whose body of works lean towards religious figures and events. His versatility as a pianist, composer, arranger, theorist, and teacher is widely recognized in the local musical scene
  4. 4. Lucrecia Kasilag’s compositional style demonstrated a fusion of Eastern and Western styles in using instruments, melody, harmony, and rhythm. She is particularly known for incorporating indigenous Filipino instruments into orchestral productions.
  5. 5. Jerry Dadap, the first Filipino composer to conduct his own works at the Carnegie Recital Hall in New York.
  6. 6. Francisco Feliciano is one of Asia’s leading figures in liturgical music, having composed hundreds of liturgical pieces, mass settings, hymns, and songs for worship. At the Asian Institute for Liturgy and Music, a school for church musicians which he founded, he supervised the publication of a new Asian hymnal containing mostly works of Asian composers.
  7. 7. Josefino Toledo is the founding music director of the Metro Manila Community Orchestra, the UP Festival Orchestra, and the Crosswave Symphony Orchestra. He is noted for conducting the premiere performances of the works of Filipino composers as well as other Asian composers. His own music has been performed by well- known international artists and ensembles.
  8. 8. Jonas Baes, Associate Professor in Composition and Theory, ethnomusicologist, cultural activist, and writer, has explored innovative territories and unusual musical treatments in his works.
  9. 9. SONG COMPOSERS By: ANDREW GABIONZA LNHS
  10. 10. Prolific lyricist and composer Levi Celerio was named National Artist for Music and Literature in 1997. Also a violinist, he had written the lyrics for over 4,000 songs in his lifetime, including many for film. LEVI CELERIO (1910 – 2002) National Artist for Literature and Music A great number of kundimans and Filipino love songs have lyrics written by him, most notable of which are Dahil sa Iyo, Buhat, and Ang Pasko ay Sumapit.
  11. 11. Celerio was born in Tondo on April 30, 1910. He studied at the Academy of Music in Manila under a scholarship. Later, he went on to join the Manila Symphony Orchestra. Aside from writing his own lyrics, he also translated and re-wrote the lyrics of folksongs to traditional melodies like Maliwanag Na Buwan from Ilocos, Ako ay May Singsing from Pampanga, and Alibangbang from the Visayas. Guinness Book of World Records for being the only person to make music with a mouth- blown leaf
  12. 12. CONSTANCIO DE GUZMAN (1903 – 1982) Born on November 11, 1903 in Guiguinto, Bulacan. He grew up in Manila where he studied piano and composition under Nicanor Abelardo. He went to law school but switched to pursue and finish a BS Commerce degree at Jose Rizal College in 1928. He passed the certified public accountants (CPA) board examinations in 1932. After he took the CPA board exam, he started working for the movies.
  13. 13. “Dean of Filipino Movie Composers and Musical Directors,” Music director of movie production companies like Sampaguita, LVN, Royal, Excelsior, Lea, and Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions. His “unexpected” hit music, Panaginip, paved the way for him to record hundreds of songs, principally under Villar and Columbia Records “Dean of Filipino Movie Composers and Musical Directors,” De Guzman became the music director of movie production companies like Sampaguita, LVN, Royal, Excelsior, Lea, and Tagalog Ilang-Ilang Productions. His “unexpected” hit music, Panaginip, paved the way for him to record hundreds of songs, principally under Villar and Columbia Records
  14. 14. In 1948, his song Ang Bayan Ko and Kung Kita’y Kapiling won the gold medal at the Paris International Fair. Bayan Ko was later adopted as the symbolic song of the People Power Movement of 1986. The same song won for him the Awit Award for Best Filipino Lyricist. Some of De Guzman’s notable compositions include Babalik Ka Rin, Ang Tangi Kong Pag-ibig, Birheng Walang Dambana, Maalaala Mo Kaya, and Sa Piling Mo. De Guzman passed away on August 16, 1982.
  15. 15. MIGUEL “MIKE” VELARDE JR. (1913 – 1986) Composer, conductor, movie actor, and musical director was born in Manila on October 23, 1913 His exposure to the unaffected and unpretentious environment of Basilan and Zamboanga had influenced his creative imagination, mainly nurtured by his mother who became his first music teacher in piano and violin when he was six years old. School Zamboanga Normal School and graduated as valedictorian. He pursue medicine University of the Philippines. He learned the basics of harmony and composition from Antonio Molina and Ariston Avelino as he further deepened his musical knowledge through self-study.
  16. 16. Velarde created his own style as he composed highly melodious and romantic songs such as Ikaw, Lahat ng Araw, Habang Buhay,Minamahal Kita , Ikaw ay Akin, andDahil Sa Iyo. In 1970, he won the Best Conductor award at the First International Popular Song Contest in Japan with his composition As Long as Forever. He received the Cultural Achievement Award in Popular Music from the Philippine Government Cultural Association in 1975 and the Gawad CCP Para Sa Sining in 1986. His other compositions include Buhat, Ikaw, Bituing Marikit, Minamahal Kita, Dating Sumpaan, Dalisay, Eternally Yours, and
  17. 17. SANTIAGO SUAREZ (1901 – 1964) born in Sampaloc, Manila. He learned how to play the piano from his grandmother who was also a competent harpist, while his grandfather played the flute. He attended the Conservatory of Music, University of the Philippines and the Ateneo de Manila in Intramuros. He took private music lessons from Caetano Jacobe, Pedro Floriaga, and Nicanor Abelardo.
  18. 18. Suarez’s compositions are a mixture of the soulful kundiman style and the lively strains of the countryside. The melodies are tonal and catchy, while the rhythms follow the regular meter with minimal tempo changes. His harmonies follow the traditional classical progression, making his compositions easy to understand without the complexities of form and structure. Some of his works are quite popular and heard even with today’s classical singers, pop singers, and choral groups. They include the following: Ligaya Ko, Pandanggo ni Neneng, Dungawin mo Hirang, Bakya Mo Neneng, Caprichosa, Sa Libis ng Nayon, Harana, Kataka-taka, Labandera Ko, Lakambini, Kamia, Ikaw ang BuhayKo!, Kay Lungkot nitong Hating-Gabi, and Mutya Niyaring Puso. Suarez passed away in 1964
  19. 19. RESTITUTO “RESTIE” UMALI (1916 – 1998) Restituto Aquino Umali was born in Paco, Manila on June 16, 1916. His early exposure to music was due to the influence of his father who taught him violin as well as his exposure to the regular family rondalla. He also taught solfeggio and score reading at the Mapa High School where he became an active member of the school glee club and orchestra.
  20. 20. He can play the E-flat horn, trombone, and tuba (University of Santo Tomas) Band. He also taught choral arranging and orchestration at the UST Conservatory of Music. He majored in Composition and Conducting at the Conservatory of Music, University of the Philippines (UP) and Commerce at the Jose Rizal College. He even passed an electrician’s course at the Philippine School of Arts and Trades before embarking on a rewarding career as musical scorer for movies. Among Umali’s most popular songs are Saan Ka Man Naroroon, Alaala ng Lumipas, Ang Pangarap Ko’y Ikaw, Sa Libis ng Barrio, Di Ka Nag-iisa, and Paano Kita Lilimutin. He had arranged the performance of Maestro Federico Elizalde’s Manila Little Symphony aired on radio stations DZRH and DZPI, apart from his stint as musical director for Sampaguita Pictures.
  21. 21. ANGEL PEÑA (1921 – 2014) classical and jazz composer, arranger, and bass player. He is widely considered by modern Filipino jazz musicians as “one of the founders of traditional jazz in the Philippines.” born on April 22, 1921 to a musical family. Peña learned solfeggio from his mother Rosario Velarde Matias.
  22. 22. Peña auditioned for the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra. He was immediately accepted as bassist and later as arranger in 1969. He would spend the next 28 years in Hawaii, where he continued to write his own music. As farewell homage, the Manila Symphony Orchestra performed hisConcerto for Double Bass and Orchestra. In 1981 on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of Filipino presence in Hawaii, the Honolulu Symphony premiered his Concerto for Jazz Quartet and Orchestra with an all-star Filipino jazz quartet.
  23. 23. In 1998, a House Resolution from the State of Hawaii’s House of Representatives was passed to honor Peña for his contributions in the field of music as a world renowned jazz musician, musical arranger, and Hawaii’s own living classical composer. The Jazz Society of the Philippines-USA further gave him a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Third Annual Fil-Am Jazz Festival in Hollywood. Pena passed away on December 22, 2014.
  24. 24. ERNANI CUENCO (1936 – 1988) National Artist for Music composer, film scorer, musical director and music teacher, was conferred the National Artist Award for Music in 1999. His works embody a Filipino sense of musicality that contain the classical sound of the kundiman. Cuenco was born on May 10, 1936 in Malolos, Bulacan. As a boy, he was encouraged to learn the violin
  25. 25. He was mentored by his mother, his godmother Doña Belen Aldaba Bautista, and his first teacher, Jovita Tantoco. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Music, major in Piano at the UST Conservatory of Music in 1956. A UST scholarship grant in the same year enabled him to study the cello under Professor Modesto Marquiz, which he finished in His career as a musical director began in 1960 when he was discovered by then actor Joseph Estrada while he was playing as part of a band he had formed with friends at an exclusive restaurant in Makati. In 1963, Cuenco was sent as a delegate to the International Music Conference in Tokyo, Japan. Aside from being a composer and musical director, he was also a faculty member at the UST Conservatory of Music until his death on July 11, 1988.
  26. 26. GEORGE CANSECO (1934 – 2004) George Masangkay Canseco was born on April 23, 1934 in Naic, Cavite. He graduated with a Liberal Arts degree at the University of the East. After graduation, he worked for the Philippines Herald and the Associated Press as a journalist. He also worked as a “free-lance scriptwriter for hire” in Manila. “a nationally acclaimed composer of numerous popular classics.”
  27. 27. One of his best-known compositions was Child, the English- language version of Freddie Aguilar’s signature song Anák. He wrote songs for the country’s top popular singers such as Sharon Cuneta, Basil Valdez, Regine Velasquez, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Pilita Corrales, Martin Nievera, and Kuh Ledesma. His legacy as a composer include approximately 120 song titles including Ikaw, Kailangan Kita, Dito Ba, Hiram, Tubig at Langis, Hanggang sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan, Sinasamba Kita, Kastilyong Buhangin, Minsan Pa Nating Hagkan ang Nakaraan, Ngayon at Kailanman, Saan Darating ang Umaga, Sana Bukas Pa ang Kahapon, Dear Heart, Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan, Paano kita Mapapasalamatan, and Kahapon Lamang. He passed away on November 19, 2004 in Manila.
  28. 28. LEOPOLDO SILOS Sr. (1925 – 2015) Leopoldo Silos Sr.was born on March 6, 1925. He was a composer, singer, and arranger. He composed and recorded a number of romantic songs, the most famous of which were two of his well known hits, Dahil Sa Isang Bulaklak (Because Of One Flower) and Hindi Kita Malimot (I Can’t Forget You). He was also the award-winning musical director of the longrunning television musical program, Aawitan Kita, which starred Armida Siguion-Reyna.
  29. 29. Accordingly, the music of Silos touches the sentiment quite deeply. His lyrical melodies are complemented by exotic harmonies. His melodies were made more appealing through their extended chords, diminished intervals, and secondary dominants Thus, that enriched the otherwise basic chordal patterns accompanying a tonal melody.

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