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The Gran Cordillera is the highest and largest mountain range in the Philippines. It comprises about 1/6 of the whole Luzon island with a total area of 18,300 km2. The Philippines, as an archipelago of 7,100 islands, is situated between the South-China Sea to the West and the Pacific Ocean (Philippine Sea) in the East. Its main islands are Luzon (on which the capital Manila is situated), Mindanao and Visayas. Total surface is 301,000 km2.
Ethnic music, often called traditional music (both terms having replaced folk music) are broad terms to describe how these music forms capture and express historical differences between peoples, and shape and maintain cultural identities. Not only to they act as vehicles for maintaining and preserving cultural, tribal and family identities, they serve a critical role of preserving in over time in the face of cultural change. Ethnic music takes on different forms in religious cultures where both the content (lyrics, language, meanings, etc.) may overlap, or where the musical forms themselves may develop from the same historical sources and have great similarities.
Examples of Ethnic songs in Cordillera:
Babagto, Dayakos, Pipipiyogo, Sahdomy, Pentiz Manor, Chua-ay, Ak-acong, Nan-aanto-o-ay and Ulilalim
1. Name the specific Earth science described by each of the folowing statements. a. The science that deals with the dynamics of the oceans. b. This word literally means “the study of earth”. c. An understanding of the atmosphere is the primary focus of this science. d. This science helps us understand Earth's place in the universe. 2. Contrast renewable and nonrenewable resources. Give one or more examples of each. 3. World population may reach ______ billion by the year 2015. How does this compare to the world population near vthe beginning of the nineteenth century?