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 Music 

Contemporary Philippine Music


• Contemporary music in the Philippines usually refers to compositions that have adopted
ideas elements from twentieth century art music in the west, as well as the latest trends
and musical styles in the entertainment industry

Philippine Music Composers


• Traditional Composers
 Lucio San Pedro
• National Artist for Music 1991
• Composer and teacher
• Conductor (San Pedro Band of Angono)
• His music evokes the folk element of the Filipino heritage
 Antonino Buenaventura
• National Artist for Music 1988
• Composer, conductor, and teacher
• Francisca Reyes – Aquino
• Philippine Army
 Antonio Molina
• National Artist of Music 1973
• Composer and teacher
• Elevated music beyond realm of folk music
• UP Conservatory
o Lucresia Kasilag
 Ryan Cayabyab
• National Artist of the Philippines in 2018
• A composer who won several awards
• Some of his works include:
o Tuwing Umuulan at Kapiling Ka
o Kumukutikutitap
o Paraiso
o The Coconut Nut
• New Music Composers
 Ramon Santos
• National Artist for Music 2014
• Composer and musicologist
• Works on the combination of instruments and vocal production
 Jose Maceda
• National Artist for Music 1997
• Composer and musicologist
• Embarked on a life long dedication to the understanding and
popularization of Filipino traditional music
 Lucresia Kasilag
• National Artist for Music 1987
• A composer who involved herself in sharpening audience’s appreciation
of music
• Particularly known for incorporating Filipino instruments into orchestral
production
 Francisco Feliciano
• National Artist for Music 2014
• Asians leading figure in Liturgical Music
• A composer who has contributed to bringing the awareness of people all
over the world to view the Asian culture as rich source of inspiration and
celebration of ethnicity
• Song Composers
 Constancio de Guzman
• Born on November 11, 1903 in Guiguinto, Bulacan
• Studied piano and composition under Nicanor Abelardo
• Jose Rizal College
• “Dean of Filipino Movie Composers and Musical Directors”
• Some of his works include:
o Babalik Ka Rin
o Maalaala Mo Kaya
 Ernani Cuenco
• National Artist for Music in 1999
• Born on May 10, 1936
• Completed a music degree in piano and cello at UST where he also taught
for decades — 1988
• Sta. Isabel College
• Some of his works include:
o Bato as Hangin
o Gaano Kita Kamahal
 Levi Celerio
• National Artist for Music 1997
• Born in Tondo on April 30, 1910
• Academy of Music
• Composer and lyricist
• Ako ay may Singsing, Alibangbang
• The only person able to make music using a leaf
• Some of his works include:
o Ang Pasko ay Sumapit
o Kahit Konting Pagtingin
 George Canseco
• Born on April 23, 1934 in Naic, Cavite
• Composer and lyricist
• No formal training in music
• Finished journalism at UE
• Child  translated Freddie Aguilar’s “Anak”
• Ako ay Pilipino
• Some of his works include:
o Hanggang as Dulo ng Walang Hanggan
o Ngayon at Kailanman

 Arts 
Media-Based Arts and Design in the Philippines

Photography  drawing with light


• George Tapan
o Won ASEAN Tourism Association Award 2011 (1st Place)
o Pacific Asian Tourism Association (Gold)
o Department of Tourism and Philippine Airlines
o Released 5 Travel Photography books
o Started as a photographer for movie posters, photographer for movie stars
 Dolphy
 Fernando Poe Jr.
 Joseph Estrada (mayoralty)
o Advertising, fashion, sports  travel photography
• John Chua
o Famous in the realm of advertising photography
o Over 3 decades of experience
o The first time in his field to embrace digital photography
o Favorite quote:
 “Just do it, live life to the fullest”
o Was a volunteer elephant keeper during his spare time
o Advertising and commercial photographer
o Aerial photo shoots

Film-making  technical process of making a film


• Stages of Film-making
o Commission
o Idea
o Initial Story
o Casting
o Script writing
o Shooting
o Sound recording
o Editing
o Screening
• Brillante Mendoza
o Sapi
o Taklub
• Maryo J. Delos Reyes
o Magnifico
o Bagets
• Laurice Guillen
o Tanging Yaman
o I Love You, Goodbye

Animation
• Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc. (ACPI)
• Philippine Animation Studio, Inc. (PASI)

Print Media Advertising


• Magazines
• Newspaper
• Outdoor Advertising
• Direct Mail
• Radio Advertising
• Television
• New media (blogs, text message, website)

Comics/Komiks
• Drawings with a story
• A medium used to express ideas by still images, often combined with text or other visual
information

Webpage Design
• Normally used to describe the design process relating to the font-end design of a
website including writing mark up
Innovations in Product and Industrial Design

Industrial Design
• A process of design applied to products that are to be manufactured through
techniques of mass production
• Design is separated from manufacture
• It can be conducted by an individual or a large team
• It can be influenced by factors (Budget)

The Role of Industrial Designer


• Create and execute design
o Brand development
o Form
o Marketing
o Sales
o Usability
• Kenneth Cobonpue
o He is a multi-awarded furniture designer and manufacturer from Cebu
o An industrial design graduate
• Monique Lhuilier
o Bridal and ready-to-wear collections
o 1995  The year she was married to Tom Bugbee
o 1996  Opened her own boutique
o 1997  The year her husband started working with her
o Inducted as a member of the Council of Fashion
o Designer of America in 2003
• Josie Natori
o Embroidered lingerie
• Lulu Tan Gan
o Crafted knitwear
o “Queen of Knitwear”
o Wearable collectibles
o Promote Filipino design
• Ditas Sandico-Ong
o Ecologically friendly design
o Transforming the use of abaca, banana, and other natural plant fibers into a
fashion art form
• Rajo Laurel
o One oe the top fashion designers in the Philippines
o Embroidered, beaded, and hand painted fashion
• Aze Ong
o A Filipino visual artist using crochet as medium
 Physical Education 
Active Recreation
Hip-hop Dance
• Cultural movement best known for its impact on music in the form of musical genre of
the same time
• Bronx, New York City
• Composed of pillars such as:
o DJ-ing
o Rapping
o Break dancing
o Graffiti art

Basic Hip-hop Dance Steps


• Glide Step
• Pump Step
• The Turn Step
• Cool Walk
• Hip-hop Wave

Hip-hop Dance Style


• Breaking
o B-boying or breaking also called as break dancing, is a style of street dance and
the first hip-hop dance style created in Bronx, New York in 1970s
o B-boy or b-girl or breakers
o B-boying and breaking are original terms
o 4 Foundational Dances
• Top rock – Footwork presented while standing
• Down rock – Footwork performed with both hands and feet on the floor
• Freezes – Stylish poses done with hands
• Power moves – Complex or impressive acrobatic moves
* Drop – Transition between top rock and down rock
• Locking
o Originally named Campbellocking
o Created by Don “Campbellock” Campbell in 1969; The lockers
o Lock is the primary move in locking
o Frequently locking in place and after a brief freeze moving again
• Popping
o Popularized by Samuel Boogaloo Sam Solomon and his group the Electric
Boogaloos
o Quickly contracting and relaxing muscles to cause jerk in a dancer’s body
o Forces parts of the body outwards
• Krumping
o Originated in African-American community
o Free, expressive, and highly energetic
o Dance style to release anger

 Health 
Health Trends, Issues, and Concerns
Global Level

Existing Global Health Initiatives


• Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
• WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
• Mental Health Action Plan
• Global Strategy to Reduce the Harmful Use of Alcohol
• Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations

Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)


• The united Nations Millennium Development Goals are eight targets that all 191 UN
Member States have agreed to achieve by 2015
• Signed in September 2000
• A concrete action plan for poverty, hunger, discrimination against women and children,
illiteracy, environmental degradation and disease affecting billions of people
• Goal 1:
o Eradicate Extreme Hunger and Poverty
• Goal 2:
o Achieve Universal Primary Education
• Goal 3:
o Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women
• Goal 4:
o Reduce Child Mortality
• Goal 5:
o Improve Maternal Health
• Goal 6:
o Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and Other Diseases
• Goal 7:
o Ensure Environmental Sustainability
• Goal 8:
o Develop a Global Partnership for Development

WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control


• Protect present and future generations from the devastating health, social,
environmental, and economic consequences of tobacco consumption and exposure
to tobacco smoke
• Guiding Principles:
o Every person should be informed
o Strong political commitment
o International cooperation
o Issues relating to liability
o The importance of technical and financial assistance
o The participation of civil society

Global Mental Health Action Plan


• 2013 – 2020
• Mental health is an integral part of health and well-being
• “health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely
the absence or disease or infirmity”
• The action plan has the following objectives:
o To strengthen effective leadership and governance for mental health
o To provide comprehensive, integrated, and responsive mental health and social
care services in community-based setting
o To implement strategies for promotion and prevention in mental health
o To strengthen information systems, evidence, and research for mental health

Global Strategy to Reduce the Use of Alcohol

AREA TARGET
Area 1 Leadership, awareness, and commitment
Area 2 Health services response
Area 3 Community action
Area 4 Drink-Driving policies
Area 5 Availability of alcohol
Area 6 Marketing of alcoholic beverages
Area 7 Pricing policies
Area 8 Reducing negative consequences
Area 9 Reducing public health impact
Area 10 Monitoring and surveillance

Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations


• An international organization created in 2000
• Brings together public and private sectors with the shared goal
• To create equal access to new underused vaccines for children living in the world’s
poorest countries
• Better health, more education
• Healthier, more productive workforce
• More money spend or save
• Better off families and communities

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