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Various - Music From The Tausug Of Sulu - Moslems Of The Southern Philippines FLAC album

Various ‎– Music From The Tausug Of Sulu - Moslems Of The Southern Philippines. Label: Ethnosound ‎– EST 8000/1. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album.

Sulu (Tausūg: سوگ, Sūg; Zamboangueño: Sulu) is a island of the Philippines in the Sulu Archipelago and part of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).

The Tausūg or Suluk people are an ethnic group of the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. The Tausūg are part of the wider political identity of Muslims of Mindanao, Sulu and Palawan. Most of the Tausugs have converted into the religion of Islam whose members are now more known as the Moro group, who constitute the third largest ethnic group of Mindanao, Sulu and Palawan

Along with it begin called kulintang, it is also called kolintang, kolintan, kulintangan, kwintangan, k’lintang, gong sembilan, gong duablas, momo, totobuang, nekara, engkromong, kromong/enkromong and recently kakula/kakula nuada. Music from the Tausug of Sulu: Moslems of the Southern Philippines. Asian Music 2(1971): ^ a b Maceda, Jose . .The Music of Maguindanao in the Philippines. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1963. Music from the Tausug of Sulu: Moslem of the Southern Philippines.

Music from the Tausug of Sulu: Moslems of the Southern Philippines. Asian Music 2(1971): Maceda, Jose . New York: Anthology Record and Tape Corporation, 1970. Among Primitive Peoples in Borneo. Mercurio, Philip Dominguez. Manila Bulletin USA: Kababayan Ed. 13 OCT 2005, natl.

al Fārūqī, Lois Lamyā' 1987 The Mawlid. The World of Music 28:3:78–89. Kim, Patrick W. 1980 Sinawi, an Improvisational Style of Korean Folk Music: An Analytical Study. thesis in music, University of Hawaii. Trimillos, Ricardo D. 1965 Some Social and Musical Aspects of the Music of the Taosug in Sulu, Philippines. Recommend this journal.

Ethnic music - the traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of people in a community  Filipino music is quite diverse as the indigenous people in the Philippines spread across hundreds of islands. There are aproximately 140 ethnic groups. Philippine indigenous music before the colonial era was largely functional. But as a whole, instruments could be distinguished by their equivalence in wind, string, percussion  ethnic groups in the Mindanao  Tausug in the Sulu Acrhipelago is known for their sophisticated musical repotoire called Kulintang  The main instruments used for Kulintang is similar to the gongs used in Indonesia. Often the music in Mindanao is similar to the tribes in visayas  Aerophone instrument: Palendag .

Actually in Sulu alone there are some tribes again but due to the Tausug tribe that owns the dominant power (Sultanate), the author focus only Tausug tribe's history. However, other communities were also touched on in addition to help clarify some of the facts because other races have also had a significant contribution to the war along Tausug ethnic against the occupation forces to this day. There are four goals of this writing. Disclosure of the Sultanate of Sulu in this book is mostly derived from the writings of Prof. Cesar Adib Majul: Islam and the Philippines, as well as resources from the royal family of the Sultanate of Sulu from Adinda Aranan Family side and resources taken from the internet from sites that can be trusted.

He is the only candidate from the south and many Moslems had voted for him. Elected a Duterte as a President will be an evidence: is Duterte the new hope for Philippines Moslems? President-elect’s Challenges Regarding the problem in the South, Duterte has challenges at least in three matters. First, Duterte should ensure the law supremacy of the Bangsamoro as a result between the MILF and the Philippines’ government. Second, ensuring the peace remains in the southern Philippines by preventing human rights violations against Muslims. Escalation of conflicts can raise when Duterte fails to manage Bangsamoro’s claim. For this matter, Duterte is demanded to avoid violence. He should face it by humanity approaching, including with Abu Sayyaf’s group. Moreover, the Sulu-based Abu Sayyaf group have opened the line for the government to have a dialogue with them.

released December 3, 2012. recorded by Vincent Moon in Mindanao, Philippines march 2012. mixed by Diego Mapa in Manila, autumn 2012,. film vimeo. all the music published here was recorded by filmmaker Vincent Moon.

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A1 Gabbing Taqtag
Soloist – Saking
A2 Kasi-lasa, Luguh, And Taqtaq
Soloist – Sapayani
A3 Sing Kiadtu-kari 2:16
A4 Sinug Titik Panjam 2:44
A5 Kuriri
Soloist – Saliling
A6 Kuriri
Soloist – Saham
A7 Luba-lubak 1:48
A8 Two Versions Of Mahamut 2:36
B1 Billi Mahaha 1:42
B2 Tiawig Kasi 1:49
B3 Piyalurus 3:08
B4 Tiagad-tagad 1:37
B5 Two Version Of Malahang 4:39
B6 Sinug Tiangisan Balu 1:59
B7 Titik Panjam 1:56
B8 Kuriri Gi'Ikan Gadja 1:45
B9 Tiawag Kasi
Soloist – Adjirol
B10 Taqtaq
Soloist – Salamun
C1 Luguh Maudud (Religious Prayer Ceremony) 1:37
C2 Luguh Maudud 1:57
C3 Langan Bataq-bataq 1:34
C4 Hadis 4:07
C5 Pangadji 1:41
C6 Langkit Parrang Sabbil Kan Apud 9:55
C7 Ay Bah Lawagunk A Pakay In? 2:37
D1 Fragment From A Wedding Ritual 4:26
D2 Fragment From A Kissaq Or Religious Story 2:00
D3 Pugsindil (Courtship Repartee) 17:03


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Various - Music From The Tausug Of Sulu - Moslems Of The Southern Philippines FLAC album
Music From The Tausug Of Sulu - Moslems Of The Southern Philippines
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