4 Music Education (Foreign) Progressive Music SeriesSpecial Edition for Philippine schoolsCompiled by Norberto RomualdezEdited by Charles GriffithAnthology form with songs and choruses from folk song literature of various countries
5 Music Education (Local) Singing and Growing for Primary GradesPublished by UP Conservatory of Music1952Ramon TapalesFilipino compositions and filk songs with songs from US and Europe
6 RA 4723 Philippine Music Law 1966 Provided for the teaching of music and art as a separate subject in the elementary level and the teaching of music once a week for one hour in the secondary level
7 Government Intervention Organizations and Institutions
8 National Music Council 1953Formed in response to UNESCO's call for institution of national music associations that would work towards a better understanding of world cultures
9 Music Promotion Foundation of the Philippines 1955Created under RA 1370Provide scholarships to poor but talented studentsSponsor opera productions and concerts
10 Republic Cultural Heritage Award Honored works that contributedto the national heritageAntonino Buenaventura'sSymphony in C, 1961Lucrecia Kasilag'sToccata, 1960Misang Filipino, 1966
11 Cultural Center of the Philippines First Lady Imelda Romualdez MarcosFocused on appreciation and cultivation of music as her priority programInaugurated in 1969Premiered Lucrecia Kasilag's Dularawanand Eliseo Pajaro's Mir-i-nisa ballet
12 Classical Music fought losing battles for audiences against popular entertainment fair
13 Broadway Musical Productions My Fair LadyThe King and ICarouselThe Sound of MusicSouth PacificWest Side Story
14 The most significant influence of American culture on Philippine musical life is reflected in the popular music movement which catered to the need for entertainment and leisure by a growing mass audience.
15 Filipino Works in Western Classical Idiom Filipino composers took pride in having cultivated the ability to write operas, symphonies and concertos, symbols od European high art in the field of music.
16 Development of Nationalism Philippine nationalism during this period manifested itself in two seemingly irreconcilable tendencies: the first, to take pride over one'a ability to assimilate and replicates the sociocultural identity of the dominant power; and the second, to affirm one's identity as a people.
17 LFC (Local Filipino Composers) Founded in 1955Promote the cause of serious music and nationalism in Philippine music as a conscious and concerted effortIncorporate native musical elements in the different forms of western classical music
18 Francisco Santiago's Concerto in B-flat Cebuano BalitawKundimanAwit themeFolk Songs:Leron-Leron SintaDandansoySonata Filipina in D- flatVisayan LulayTagalog Balitaw
19 Indigenous Motifs in Music Lucio San Pedro's Lahing KayumanggiBahay KuboUsed folk-song derived motifs as thematic materialsAntonio Buenaventura's By the HillsideInspired by nose-flute music of the Cordillera'sReplicate structural elements as the main melodic motifFelipe Padilla de Leon's Manila Sketches and Bataan Symphonic PoemPortraying Philippine scenes, legends, historical events, Filipino Character, native objects and aspects of life
20 Semi-Classical Repertoire Folk SongsLove Songs and BalladsMusic from SarswelaPatriotic Hymns & MarchesBand and Rondalla Music
21 Folk Songs Transcribed in western staff notation Arranged for chorus and published as educational materials for the school systemPopularized in musical performances that called for “native” music
22 SarswelaHeighten theatrical impact and helped in the popularization of certain worksEffective medium in expressing nationalist and anticolonial sentiments as well as other serious literary messages