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Premium member Presentation Transcript National Artist of the Philippines (Filipino: Pambansang Alagad ng Sining ng Pilipinas) : National Artist of the Philippines ( Filipino : Pambansang Alagad ng Sining ng Pilipinas )PowerPoint Presentation: The Order of National Artists ( Orden ng Gawad Pambansang Alagad ng Sining ) is the highest national recognition given to Filipino individuals who have made significant contributions to the development of Philippine Arts.Categories: Categories Music Dance Thearte Visual Arts Literature Film and Broadcast Arts and Architecture and Allied Arts.PowerPoint Presentation: Here are 11 great Filipino National Artist under the music category.Antonio R. Buenaventura 1904 - 1996: Antonio R. Buenaventura 1904 - 1996PowerPoint Presentation: Antonio R. Buenaventura composed songs, compositions, for solo instrument as well as symphonic and orchestral works based on the various folk songs of Philippine ethnic groups. He took over the cudgels of the Philippine Constabulary and Philippine Army Bands and transformed them into one of the finest military bands in the world. Colonel Buenaventura is also a distinguished composer and educator.PowerPoint Presentation: Some of his works: Marches: Triumphal March Echoes of the Past History Fantasy Second Symphony in E Flat Echoes from the Philippines Ode to Freedom Orchestral music composition: Concert Overture Prelude and Fudge in G minor Philippines Triumphant Mindanao Sketches Symphony in C minor Ernani Joson Cueno 1936 - 1988: Ernani Joson Cueno 1936 - 1988PowerPoint Presentation: Ernani Joson Cuenco a composer, film scorer, musical director and music teacher. His works embodied a Filipino sense of musicality. Hailed national artist for music in 1999.PowerPoint Presentation: Some of his works: Nahan , Kahit na Magtiis Diligin mo ng Hamog ang Uhaw na Lupa Pilipinas Inang Bayan Isang Dalangin Kalesa Bato sa Buhangin Gaano Kita KamahalJovita Fuentes 1895 - 1978: Jovita Fuentes 1895 - 1978PowerPoint Presentation: Jovita Fuentes was theater artist, she made a name in European operas portraying the role of Cio - cio -san in Giacomo Puccini’s Madame Butterfly at the Teatro Municipale di Piacenza . She was given the unprecedented award of "La Embahadora de Filipinas a su Madre Patria" by Spain. Also responsible for producing operas in the Philippines. She became the chairperson of the Music Promotion Foundation of the Philippines. An internally acclaimed artist, she also made performances in Manila, Japan,, United States. She was the first Filipina who had sung all over the world.PowerPoint Presentation: Some of her works: Music performances Liu Yu in Puccinis ’ in Turnadot Mimi in Puccini’s in La Boheme Iris in Pietro Mascagni’s Irish The title role of Salome Yang Gui Fe in Le Tai PeiJose Maceda 1917 - 2004: Jose Maceda 1917 - 2004PowerPoint Presentation: Jose Maceda is a composer of traditional music, pianist, ethnomusicologist, and professor. He has done field music researches and has devoted much of his time to ethno musicological studies of the music of the Philippines and Southeast Asia. He was named national artist for music in 1997.PowerPoint Presentation: Some of his works: Agungan , for six gong families, 1965 Kubing , for bamboo percussion an dmen's voices which was performed in Hawaii and Brazil, 1968 Pagsamba , or ritual music for a circular auditorium, 1968 Cassettes 100 , for one hundred cassette-tape-recorders, performed in Hawaii and Menisota Ugnayan , a music for several radio stations in the Manila area, 1974 Ugma-ugma , 1963 Cassettes 100, 1971 Udlot-udlot , 1975 Ading , 1978 Aroding , 1983 Suling-suling , 1985 Strata, 1988PowerPoint Presentation: Awards: Rockefeller Grants Southeast Asia, 1956; US, 1961-1963; Brazil, 1968 Ordre des Palmas Academiques mula sa Pransiya , 1978 UP Composer's Award, 1985 UP Outstanding Researcher Award, 1985 JDR III Award mula sa Asian Cultural Council sa New York, 1986 Philippine National Science Award for Outstanding Researcher in the Humanities, 1987 Tanglaw ng Lahi Award mula sa Ateneo de Manila University, 1987 UP University Professor Award, 1988 Gawad CCP Para sa Sining award, 1989 Fumio Koizumi Award for Ethnomusicology sa Japan, 1992 National Research Council Award, 1993 Araw ng Maynila Award, 1996 Nikkei Award sa Tokyo, 1997 Award of the Fondazione Civitella Ranieri in Italy, 1997 Officier dans l’Ordre National du Mérite , from France, 1997 Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur , from France, 2001 Lucio San Pedro : Lucio San PedroPowerPoint Presentation: Lucio San Pedro (February 11, 1913 - March 31, 2002) was born on February 11, 1913 in Angono , Rizal, and the Philippines. He was a composer and teacher in the Philippines. He is known in the Philippines as the composer of the popular lullaby Sa Ugoy ng Duyan (in collaboration with Levi Celerio ) and the symphonic poem Lahing Kayumanggi , he taught composition at a number of colleges and universities, including the University of the Philippines College of Music, where he served as chairman of its Composition and Conducting Department from 1970 to 1973. Lucio came from a family with musical roots and he began his career early. When he was still in his late teens, he became a church organist, taking over the job after the death of his grandfather.PowerPoint Presentation: Some of his works: Sa Ugoy ng Duyan ( titik mula kay Levi Celerio ), 1943 Violin Concerto in D minor, 1948 Lahing Kayumanggi , 1961 The Devil’s Bridge Malakas at Maganda Overture Hope and Ambition Easter Cantata Sa Mahal Kong Bayan Rizal’s Valedictory Poem Lulay In the Silence of the Night Dance of the Fairies Triumphal March Angononian MarchPowerPoint Presentation: Awards: Unang gantimpala , National Heroes Day Competition, 1936 Unang gantimpala , President Laurel March, 1943 Natatanging gantimpala , national compositon contest, 1946 Republic Cultural Heritage Award, 1962 Professor Emeritus mula sa UP College of Music, 1979 Tanglaw ng Lahi Award mula sa Ateneo de Manila University, 1981 Signum Merit Medal mula sa De La Salle University, 1982 Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan Award mula sa Lungsod Maynila , 1984 Unang gantimpala , Second National Eucharistic Congress of the Philippines Hymn Contest, 1987 Asean Award for Music, 1990 Papal Award Pambansang Alagad ng Sining , 1991Levi Celerio: Levi CelerioPowerPoint Presentation: Levi Celerio is a Filipino composer and lyricist, born on April 30, 1910 in Tondo , Manila,Philippines . He received a free education to the Academy of Music in Manila and became theyoungest affiliate of the Manila Symphony Orchestra. He was a creative songwriter, with morethan 4,000 songs to his acclaim including Filipino folk, Christmas, and love songs that are popular pieces, which many consider to be immortal.Famous for being a lyricist, his songs treasure life; express nationalistic sentiments and completegrand philosophies. At one instance or another, no Filipino can miss the song or lyrics of Levi'sChristmas songs namely Pasko na Naman , Ang Pasko ay Sumapit , and Misa de Gallo .He is probably best recognized for being a leaf-player, an achievement where he was place intothe Guinness Book of World Records.He wrote a huge number of songs for local movies, which gained him the Lifetime AchievementAward of the Film Academy of the Philippines.He was awarded as National Artist of the Philippines for Music in 1997. He died on April 2,2002.PowerPoint Presentation: Some of his works: Alembon ( musika ni J. Silos Jr.) Bagong Pagsilang (F.de Leon) Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan (T. Maiquez ) Galawgaw ( J.Silos Jr.) Misa de Gallo (J. Balita ) Pasko na Naman (F. de Leon), Sa Ugoy ng Duyan (L. San Pedro) Saan Ka Man Naroroon (R. Umali ) Tinikling ( awiting bayan ) Itik-itik ( awiting bayan ) Waray-waray ( J.Silos Jr.) Tunay na Tunay (J. Silos Jr.) Ang Pasko ay SumapitPowerPoint Presentation: Awards: Natatanging Gawad Urian mula sa Manunuri ng Pelikulang Pilipino noong 24 April 1993 Humanities doctorate honoris causa mula sa Unibersidad ng Pilipinas , 1991 Lifetime Achievement Award mula sa Film Academy of the Philippines Gawad CCP Para Sa Sining mula sa Cultural Center of the Philippines Pambansang Alagad ng Sining sa MusikaFelipe Padilla De Leon : Felipe Padilla De LeonPowerPoint Presentation: Felipe Padilla de Leon (1912-1992) was a major Philippine composer, conductor, and scholar. He was known best for translating the lyrics of the Philippine National Anthem from the original Spanish to Tagalog . A recepient of numerous awards and honors, he was posthumously named National Artist of the Philippines for music in 1997. He was married to Iluminada Bonus Mendoza and the father of six equally gifted and musical children: (in order of birth) Felipe Mendoza de Leon , Bayani de Leon , Tagumpay de Leon , Luningning de Leon- Carbonell , Magdangal de Leon and Marilag de Leon-Mendoza .PowerPoint Presentation: Some of his works: Mariang Makiling Overture, 1939 Payapang Daigdig , 1946 Roca Encantada , 1950 Noli me Tangere , 1957 – Opera Noche Buena, 1965 Pasko Na Naman , 1965 El Filibusterismo , 1970 – Opera Maynila Overture, 1976 Orchesterstuk , 1981 Tindig , Aking Inang Bayan Bagong Pagsilang Ako’y Pilipino Lupang Tinubuan Ama NaminPowerPoint Presentation: Awards: Composer of the Year, 1949 mula sa Manila Music Lovers Society Musician of the Year, 1958 mula sa UP Co servatory of Music Presidential Medal of Merit, 1961 Rizal Pro Patria Award, 1961 Republic Cultural Heritage Award, 1971 Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan Award mula sa Lungsod Maynila , 1971 First Cultural Achievement Award, 1975 mula sa Cultural Center of the Philippines and Philippine Government Cultural Association Doctor of philosophy in the humanities, 1991 mula sa UP Pambansang Alagad ng Sining , 1997Lucrecia Kasilag : Lucrecia KasilagPowerPoint Presentation: Lucrecia R. Kasilag , as educator, composer, performing artist, administrator and cultural entrepreneur of national and international caliber, has involved herself wholly in sharpening the Filipino audience's appreciation of music. Kasilag's pioneering task to discover the Filipino roots through ethnic music and fusing it with Western influences has led many Filipino composers to experiment with such an approach. She dared to incorporate indigenous Filipino instruments in orchestral productions, such as the prize-winning "Toccata for Percussions and Winds, Divertissement and Concertante ," and the scores of the Filiasiana , Misang Pilipino and De Profundis . " Tita King", as she is fondly called, worked closely as music director with colleagues Lucresia Reyes- Urtula , Isabel Santos, Jose Lardizabal and Dr. Leticia P. de Guzman and made Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company one of the premier artistic and cultural groups in the country. Named as a National Artist in Music in 1989, Kasilag's first musical influence was her mother. Kasilag began composing during WW II. She has written over 250 compositions: folk song arrangements, art songs, solo instrumental pieces, and chamber and orchestral works. Her orchestral music also include Love Songs, Legend of the Sarimanok , Ang Pamana , Philippine Scenes, Dilarawan , Her Son, Jose and Sisa and chamber music like Awit ng mga Awit Psalms, Fantaisie on a 4-Note Theme, and East Meets Jazz Ethnika .PowerPoint Presentation: Some of his works: Toccata for percussions and winds, 1958 Divertissement for piano and orchestra, 1960 Legend of the Sarimanok , 1963 Filiasiana , choral dance kaleidoscope, 1964 Dularawan , 1969 Her Son, Jose, 1976 Sisa – ballet music, 1976 Love Songs Philippine Scenes East Meets Jazz EthnikaPowerPoint Presentation: Awards: Presidential Award of Merit as Woman Composer, 1956 Republic Cultural Heritage Award sa musika para sa kanyang Toccata for percussions and winds , 1960 at Misang Pilipino, 1966 Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan award, 1954 at 1973 Doctor of Music, Honoris Causa , mula sa Centro Escolar University, 1975 Doctor of Law, Honoris Causa , mula sa PWU, 1980 Doctor of Fine Arts, Honoris Causa , mula sa St. John’s University sa New York, 1981 Outstanding Filipino Award for the Arts mula sa Philippine Jaycee Senate International, 1991 Pambansang Alagad ng Sining sa musika , 1989Antonio J. Molina: Antonio J. MolinaPowerPoint Presentation: Antonio J. Molina (1894-1980), acknowledged as "dean of Filipino composers" is in his time. He is a musician, composer and educator. He is one of the triumvirate in Filipino music together with Nicanor Abelardo and Francisco Santiago, who elevated Philippine music beyond the realm of folk music. He was a recipient of National Artist of the Philippines for music category in 1973. His composition is over 500, with " Hatinggabi ", the most popular them is a serenade for solo violin and piano accompaniment. Other works are (orchestral music) Misa Antoniana Grand Festival Mass, Ang Batingaw , Kundiman-Kundangan ; (chamber music) Hatinggabi , String Quartet, Kung sa Iyong Gunita , Pandangguhan ; (vocal music) Amihan , Awit ni Maria Clara, Larawan Nitong Pilipinas and among others. He is the recipient of various awards and citations such as diploma of honor, Manila Music Lovers Society, 1940; "Choral Conductor of the Year", "Music Researcher of the Year", Music Lovers Society, 1949; Araw ng Maynila Award in music, 1969; Republic Cultural Heritage Award in 1965 and 1972 and in June 12 1973, the most coveted National Artist of the Philippines.PowerPoint Presentation: Some of his works: Matinal , 1912 Lamentos de Mi Patria (Laments of my Fatherland), 1913 Hatinggabi , 1915 Misa Antoniana Grand Festival Mass, 1964 Ang Batingaw , 1972 Pandangguhan Awit ni Maria Clara Larawan Nitong Pilipinas Kung Sa Iyong GunitaPowerPoint Presentation: Awards: Choral Conductor of the Year Award mula sa Music Lover's Society, 1949 Honorary doctorate in law mula sa CEU, 1953 Civic Assembly of Women of the Philippines Citation of Merit, 1962 Republic Cultural Heritage Award, 1965 at 1972 Dean Emeritus, CEU, 1970 UP Conservatory Alumni Award Phi Kappa Beta Award, 1972 Pambansang Alagad ng Sining , 1973 Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan Award, 1979Andrea Veneracion: Andrea VeneracionPowerPoint Presentation: Andrea Veneracion . A well-respected choirmaster and choral arranger, Andrea O. Veneracion was honored as a National Artist in Music in 1999. She has devoted her life to music, developing choral music in the Philippines. Moreover, she popularized the country’s folk songs and original works through her achievements, and organized a cultural outreach program to bring music education to several provinces. However, her most distinguished achievement is perhaps her founding of the Philippine Madrigal Singers in 1963. The renowned group went on to win many awards, and Veneracion has received top prizes in choral competitions around the world.PowerPoint Presentation: Awards: Pambansang Alagad ng Sining sa Musika , 1998 Distinguished Alumni Service Award mula sa Indiana University, 2001PowerPoint Presentation: Pasko Na Sinta Ko is sung by Phil. Madrigal Singers and their choir master was Andrea Veneracion .The End: The End You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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