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Music and Arts (MUSIC) Teaching Guide 2nd Yr FIRST QUARTER

Music and Arts (MUSIC) Teaching Guide 2nd Yr FIRST QUARTER

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Southeast Asian Music
Southeast Asian Music

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Published by: DepEdResources on Jun 14, 2012
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 2010 Secondary Education CurriculumMusic II
General Standard
The learner demonstrates understanding of basic concepts and principles of music and arts ofAsia, through active participation in artistic and cultural performances for self development, promotion of cultural identity andexpansion of one’s world vision.
 2010 Secondary Education CurriculumMusic II
Quarter 1 : Music and Arts of SoutheastAsiaTopic: Southeast Asian Music Time Frame: 8 hours/sessionsStage 1Content Standard:
The learner demonstrates understanding of musicalconcepts used in Southeast Asian music as influencedby history and culture.
Performance Standard:
The learner performs examples of Southeast Asian music alone and withothers in clear tone and correct pitch, rhythm, expression and style.(Singing/Playing/Improvising)
Essential Understanding(s):
The music of Southeast Asia reflects different aspects of Asian culture through its timbre, rhythm, melody, texture,form and style.The use of gongs is common in the Philippinesand Indonesia (gamelan and kulintang) whileboth Philippine and Thai ensembles have stringensembles (rondalla and pi phat).While Indonesian singing uses a combination of mostly chest voice with occasional head,Philippine vocal music uses both chest andhead voice, with both as a result of Westerncolonization (Dutch for Indonesia and Spainand America for the Philippines), while Thainasal vocal timbre may be an effect of theirlanguage and its close proximity to Chineseculture and language.Texture is heterophonic for Indonesian and
Essential Question:
How is culture reflected in Southeast Asian music?
 2010 Secondary Education CurriculumMusic II
Thai folk music while Philippine folk music usesmixed textures. Interlock is a commontechnique used in gong ensembles in Indonesiaand the Philippines.The use of melodic modes is common toIndonesian and Thai folk music while Philippinefolk music uses melodic modes and diatonicscales.Duple meter and strophic form is commonacross countries.
Learners will know:Music of Southeast Asia
Instrumental / Vocal Music
Philippines - kundiman, balitaw, salidummay /gangsa, kulintang, bamboo instruments, rondalla,marching band
Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam –molam,mawlun / kaen mouth organ, dan tranh, dan co,dan ty ba, pi phat, ching, ranat, ehru
Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia – pesinden/ gamelan, keroncong
Myanmar – music bears Indian influences
Elements of Music
Timbre – nasal (Thai, Lao, Cambodian, Vietnam,Indonesian), mixed timbres (Philippine)
Timbre – drums (Phil. dabakan, Thai taphon,Indonesian kendang), xylophone (Phil. gabbang,Thai ranat), gong (Philippine kulintang, gangsa,
Learners will be able to:
sing/play/improvise using the folk music of Southeast Asia.
listen/describe/compare the folk music of Southeast Asia
evaluate the quality of their own and others’ performances andimprovisations of Southeast Asian music using developed criteria
compare in two or more arts/disciplines outside the arts how thecharacteristic materials of each can be used to transform similarevents, scenes, emotions or ideas into works of art
describe distinguishing characteristics of representative folk music of Southeast Asia in relation to history and culture

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