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Bughaw, Mariechan M. IV BSEd- English

Traditional Music in the Philippines is like the traditional music of other countries, reflects the life of common folk, mainly living in rural areas rather than urban ones. Like its counterparts in Asia, a lot of traditional songs from the Philippines have a strong connection with nature. Filipinos love music. Singing is a form of expression. Even the earlier Filipinos love to sing their songs. Folk songs are quite literally the songs of the people.

Folk Song in LuzonMagtanim ay Di Biro Magtanim ay di biro Maghapong nakayuko Di naman makatayo Di naman makaupo Bisig ko'y namamanhid Baywang ko'y nangangawit. Binti ko'y namimintig Sa pagkababad sa tubig.

Kay-pagkasawing-palad Ng inianak sa hirap, Ang bisig kung di iunat, Di kumita ng pilak. Sa umagang pagkagising Lahat ay iisipin Kung saan may patanim May masarap na pagkain.

Halina, halina, mga kaliyag, Tayo'y magsipag-unat-unat. Magpanibago tayo ng lakas Para sa araw ng bukas(Braso ko'y namamanhid Baywang ko'y nangangawit. Binti ko'y namimintig Sa pagkababad sa tubig.)

Visayan Folk SongDandansoy Dandansoy, bayaan ta ikaw pauli ako sa payag ugaling kung ikaw hidlawon ang payag imo lang lantawon. Dandansoy, kung imo apason bisan tubig di magbalon ugaling kung ikaw uhawon sa dalan magbubon-bubon.

Kumbento, diin ang cura? munisipyo, diin justicia? yari si dansoy makiha. makiha sa pag-higugma Ang panyo mo kag panyo ko dal-a diri kay tambihon ko ugaling kung magkasilo bana ta ikaw, asawa mo ako.

Other famous Folk Songs

Leron, Leron, sinta Buko ng papaya Dala dala'y buslo Sisidlan ng sintaPagdating sa dulo'y Nabali ang sanga, Kapos kapalaran Humanap ng iba. Halika na Neneng, tayo'y manampalok Dalhin mo ang buslo, sisidlan ng hinog Pagdating sa dulo'y uunda-undayog Kumapit ka Neneng, baka ka mahulog.

Paru-Parong Bukid

Paruparong bukid na lilipad-lipad Sa gitna ng daan papagapagaspas Isang bara ang tapis Isang dangkal ang manggas Ang sayang de kola Isang piyesa ang sayad May payneta pa siya uy! May suklay pa man din uy! Nagwas de-ohetes ang palalabasin Haharap sa altar at mananalamin At saka lalakad nang pakendeng-kendeng.

Bahay Kubo

Bahay Kubo (Nipa Hut)Bahay Kubo, kahit munti Ang halaman doon ay sari-sari. Singkamas at talong, sigarilyas at mani Sitaw, bataw, patani.

Kundol, patola, upo't kalabasa At saka mayroon pang labanos, mustasa, sibuyas, kamatis, bawang at luya sa paligid-ligid ay puro linga.

O IlawA popular example of the traditional Filipino love song genre "kundiman", this song was made famous by Filipino singer and actor Ruben Tagalog (1920-83). The real title of the song is actually "Aking Bituin" ("My Star"), its current title having been derived from its first two words "o ilaw" ("o light").

O, Ilaw sa gabing madilim Wangis mo'y bituin sa langit O, tanglaw sa gabing tahimik Larawan mo Neneng nagbigay pasakit Tindig at magbangon sa pagkagupiling Sa pagkakatulog na lubhang mahimbing Buksan ang bintana at ako'y dungawin Nang mapagtanto mo ang tunay kong pagdaing

ANG PIPIT"Ang Pipit" ("The Sparrow") relates the story a sparrow who falls off the branch its perched on after being stoned by a cruel man. It was cowritten by Lucio D. San Pedro (1913-2002) and Levi Celerio (1910-2002). Named National Artist for Music and Literature in 1997, Celerio had composed over 4,000 songs and has even been included in the Guinness Book of World Records for his unusual talent of playing music from a leaf.

SA UGOY NG DUYAN

Another collaboration from Lucio San Pedro and Levi Celerio. "Sa Ugoy ng Duyan" ("The Swing of the Cradle") is a haunting and nostalgic lullaby expressing the feelings of a child finding tranquil security in the arms of a loving mother.

BAYAN KOWritten in 1929 by Filipino poet Jose Corazon de Jesus ("Huseng Batute" 1896-1932) and later set to music by Constancio de Guzman (1903-83), "Bayan Ko" ("My Country") was meant as a patriotic song protesting the American occupation of the Philippines. Since then, it has practically been a second national anthem for freedom-loving Filipinos, a theme song for some of the most momentous events in Philippine history. Its most famous rendition is the one by Filipino folk singer Freddie Aguilar.

BAYAN KO Ang bayan kong Pilipinas Lupain ng ginto't bulaklak Pagibig sa kanyang palad Nag-alay ng ganda't dilag. At sa kanyang yumi at ganda Dayuhan ay nahalina Bayan ko, binihag ka Nasadlak sa dusa. Ibong mang may layang lumipad Kulungin mo at umiiyak Bayan pa kayang sakdal dilag Ang di magnasang makaalpas. Pilipinas kong minumutya Pugad ng luha ko't dalita Aking adhika makita kang sakdal laya

It can be said that a country is defined by its folk songs. From this list of Filipino folk songs, we can gather that the people of the Philippines are a humble folk, full not only of mirth but also of deep aspiration. They are also an industrious people, with a love for the simple things in life, as well as a great yearning for peace and national freedom. And of course, the Filipino people are a talented lot, capable of crafting songs that reflect the nature of their beloved country.