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Forum neuer musik 2015: Jose Maceda Suling-Suling
From the CD: Atelier neuer musik : forum neuer musik 2015: Jose Maceda Suling-Suling / Jose Maceda
Dr. Jose Maceda’s composition titled “Suling-Suling”
Studierende und Musikschuler aus Wuppertal und Rostock Leitung: Christian Roderburg
Köln [Germany] : Deutschlandfunk Programmservice, 2015
“Suling-Suling (1984) — Jose Maceda. Ten Indonesian flutes with different tunings are treated as a unit spectrum with pitches becoming accessories rather than principal entities to the total picture consisting of two other sound colors–buzzers with short decays and gongs with long and short decays.” (Excerpt from “Evening Concerts of the University Composers Forum on Asian Traditional Music, program notes”)
Bulaklakan songs rendered by young girls from Baclayan
Track 19 from the CD: Nostalgia in a Denuded Rainforest : Iraya-Mangyan Music from Mindoro, Philippines
Recordings and annotations by Jonas Baes
Quezon City: College of Music, University of the Philippines, 1984
“The bulaklakan are actually metaphorical texts used in communicating secret messages by young messages by young couples who wished to elope. Aside from being sung, these texts are also uttered in jew’s harps (subing), by which these secret messages could be communicated more effectively, with the least suspicion from parents of the young couple”. (Excerpt from annotations of Dr. Jonas Baes in CD insert)
Track 14 from the CD: Hanunoo Music from the Philippines
Recorded by Harold C. Conklin
Washington DC: Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, c1955
“Daily food getting and other essential economic activities involve foot travel to and from swiddens, forests, streams, and neighboring settlements. Except during the rice and maize growing season when destructive environmental spirits might be attracted to the maturing crops — certain instruments are played while hiking. Young men often practice on their gitgit fiddles and women hikers of all ages carry sticks known as kalutang.” (Excerpt from Hanunoo Music from the Philippines cassette insert by Harold C. Conklin)
New titles in the UPCE library. Available for room use.
- Mga Katutubong Awiting Pangasinan : Cancansion na Pangasinan / Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino
- Tie a String Around the World : the Philippine Pavilion, Biennale Arte 2015 / Ed.: Patrick D. Flores
- Forum Neuer Musik, 17-19 April 2015 / Deutschlandfunk
- Forum Neuer Musik 2015 : Jose Maceda: Suling-Suling / Deutchlandradio
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