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Bannatiran

(Ilocano Folk Song)


Bannatiran, ta dutdotmo't kalilibnosan
Ta panggepmo dika patuluyan
Suminakan sadino aya't papanam?
Sadino, bannatiran, ania nga kayo ti inka
pagdissuan?

Daydiay kayo nga agsabong ken ayat


panawam man,
Ay babawyem ton kamaudianan
No ni liday ti matumpungan

Ania nga sabong ti kayatmo bannatiran,


Ta uray awan pilit nga inka isapulan.
Ta sika ti sarming nga paganninawan
Iti raniag da init ken bulan.

Dandansoy
(Visayan Folk Song)
Dandansoy, bayaan ta ikaw
Pauli ako sa payaw
Ugaling kung ikaw hidlawon
ang payaw imo lang lantawon.
Dandansoy, kung imo apason
Bisan tubig di magbalon
Ugaling kung ikaw uhawon
Sa dalan magbubon-bubon.
Kumbento, diin ang cura?
Munisipyo, diin justicia?
Yari si dansoy makiha.
Makiha sa pag-higugma
Ang panyo mo kag panyo ko
Dal-a diri kay tambihon ko
Ugaling kung magkasilo
Bana ta ikaw, asawa mo ako.

Dungawin Mo Hirang
(Tagalog Folk Song)

Irog ko'y pakinggan


Awit na mapanglaw
Na nagbuhat sa
Isang pusong nagmamahal.
Huwag mong ipagkait,
Awa mo'y ilawit
Sa abang puso kong
Naghihirap sa pag-ibig
Chorus:
Dungawin mo, hirang
Ang nananambitan
Kahit sulyap mo man lamang
Iyong idampulay
Sapagkat ikaw lamang
Ang tanging dalanginan
Ng puso kong Dahil sa 'yo'y nabubuhay

Sarong Bangui
(Bicol Folk Song)
Sarong bangui

Sa higdaan
Nacadangog aco
Hinuni nin sarong gamgam.
Sa luba co
Katurugan
Baco cundi,
simong tingog iyo palan.
Dagos aco bangon si sacuyang mata iminuclat
Sa kadicloman nin bangui aco nangalagcalag
Si sacong paghiling biglang tinuhog paitaas
Simong laog na magayon maliwanag

Malinak Lay Labi


Pangasinan Folk Song
Malinak lay labi, Oras lay mareen
Mapalpalnay dagem, Katekep toy linaew

Samit day kugip ko, Binangonan kon tampol


Lapud say linggas mo, Sikan-sikay amamayoen

Refrain:
Lalo la bilay no sika lay nanengneng
Napunas lan amin so ermin ya akbibiten
No nanonotan ko lay samit day ugalim
Agtaka nalingwanan anggad kaoyos na bilay.

Repeat refrain.

The Musician
About the Artist:

Ganesh Pyne

Ganesh Pyne was born in Calcutta in 1937. A shy introverted child, Pyne began sketching and
doodling right from his childhood. After finishing school, he joined the Government College of Art &
Craft in Calcutta. In 1959, he received his diploma in drawing and painting. In those early years, Pyne
was greatly influenced by the brothers Abanindra nath and Gaganendra nath Tagore. He did water colours.
After graduating from art college, Pyne made a major decision of not going in for a full time job. In the
early '60s, he spent some part of the day sketching for he animated films made at Mandar Mullick's
studio. In 1963, he became a member of the newly-formed Society of Contemporary Artists. From then
on, he regularly participated in the annual exhibition of the society with three temperas or mixed media
till the late '80's. The first on-man show of private sketches 'from his workbook called Jottings
(Preliminary Drawings for Paintings) was mounted by The Village Gallery in New Delhi. Subsequently,
he had many more prestigious group shows. Among them the Paris Biennale in 1969, contemporary
Indian Painting, West Germany in 1970, International Festival of Paintings in France, 1975,
Contemporary Art of Asia, Japan, 1980, Modern Indian Paintings, U.S.A., Contemporary India Art, UK,
Indische Kunst Heute, West Germany, 1982, Visims, Calcutta, 1986. Timeless Art, Bombay, 1989. Pyne
has received many awards and is present in many public and private collections.