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A COMPILATION OF FAMOUS COMPOSERS IN

NORTHERN SAMAR
AND CLASSICAL MUSIC FOUND NORTHERN SAMAR

ARTS RESEARCH 9
INTRODUCTION

• Music is an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and


emotions in significant forms through the elements of rhythm,
melody, harmony, and color. Instruments and singing are
those that can produce musical sounds. Singing is the act of
producing musical sounds with the voice and augments
regular speech by the use of sustained tonality, rhythm, and a
variety of vocal techniques. A person who sings is called
a singer or vocalist (in jazz and popular music). Singers perform
music (arias, recitatives, songs, etc.) that can be
sung with or without accompaniment by musical instruments.
Singing is often done in an ensemble of musicians, such as
a choir of singers or a band of instrumentalists. Singers may
perform as soloists or accompanied by anything from a single
instrument (as in art song or some jazz styles) up to a symphony
orchestra or big band.
INTRODUCTION
• There are different types of Music but in this ---- we are
focusing on classical music. Classical music is a very
general term which normally refers to the
standard music of countries in the Western world. It is
music that has been composed by musicians who are
trained in the art of writing music (composing) and
written down in music notation so that other musicians
can play it. Classical music may also be described as
"art music" though it was not good in classical period
that term also includes types of serious modern music
which are not classical. Classical music differs from pop
music because it is not made just in order to be popular
for time or just to be a commercial success. It is different
from folk music which is generally made up by ordinary
members of society and learned by
future generations by listening, dancing and copying.
FAMOUS COMPOSERS IN NORTHERN
SAMAR
• Jose Cinco Gomez
• Cielo Tibe
• Pablo Rebadulla
• Joseph Uy
• Dominador Pagliawan
JOSE CINCO GOMEZ
(MUSIC MAN OF SAMAR)
• Jose Cinco Gomez was born in Brgy. Tabok, Calbayog City on February
27, 1911. His parents are Licarion Gomez, a Civil Engineer during the
Philippine- America War, an armory man, skillful in the making of
gunpowder and Benigna Cinco. At the age of 7, he could play all kinds
of instruments from Saxophone, Trumpet, Clarinet, etc. For him he could
master any kind of musical instrument just a look at it.
Year 1918 to 1928, he was a member of San Vicente de Paul choir,
directed by the Paulist Fathers in calbayog City and a member of
different native stringed instruments. On August 13, 1930, he organized
and led his own band, The Cecilian Orchestra; he was also a member of
the Cebu Blues Orchestra. With his own band, He becomes popular
among the townsfolk. Joe as he was called by his friends was making
benefits and City Hall dances, the Cecilian Band all other popular dance
orchestra in Manila. For the privilege of playing at Malacanang Palace
reception and it was on this occasion that he composed the "Moonlight
Cruise in Casiana" in honour of Pres. Manuel Roxas on his Presidential
Yacht, a dedication to the beautiful yacht "Casiana" named after him.
JOSE CINCO GOMEZ
(MUSIC MAN OF SAMAR)
JOSE CINCO GOMEZ’S COMPOSITIONS
• Christ the King College Hymn
• Calbayog
• Harupoy Bukidnon
• Alibangbang
• Pandangyado
• Samarnon Selection no. 1
• Mutya sa kagab ihon
• An Kamote
• Sadasada
• An Dondonay
• Calbayog (Minus- one)
JOSE CINCO GOMEZ
(MUSIC MAN OF SAMAR)
CIELO TIBE

• Cielo Tibe is a composer in Tacloban, he composed


the song Balud (A very Popular Waray song by
former Miss Leyte, Cielo Tibe, currently living in San
Francisco) a Waray song. Mga Balud (Waves) is a
popular Waray song. Waray or Winaray is a
language that’s distinct from Tagalog. It is spoken
mainly in the Visayas region of the Philippines.
CIELO TIBE

CIELO TIBE’S COMPOSITIONS


• Aanhon Pa
• Balud
• Buhat Ng Ikaw Ay Minahal At Sinamba
• Bulan
• Bumabalik
• Bungalos Nga Sangkay
• Dinumdum Ko Ikaw
• Hi Iday Hi Intoy
• Lihim
• Mambo Waraynon
• O Dapat Ba Akong Mangarap
• Paano Kaya Kung Ang Musikay Wala
• Selos
• Waray Sugad
PABLO REBADULLA

• A third dominant poetic form used by the revolutionaries is no less


than the love lyric. The revolutionary love song may have evolved
from the folk songs of Leyte and Samar. ”Folk songs,” Sugbo
notes,” make the bulk of documented folk poetry in Waray.”
These songs” were sang to woo the maidens since most of them
dwelt in love.” Indeed, the love lyric has a long tradition in Waray
literature. Even ilustrados like Norberto Romualdez and Iluminado
Lucente ventured into the production of lyrical love songs. A very
popular love song, for instance, is Lucente’s “Dinumdum ko
Ikaw,” a translation of a Rizal poem: “Kon harapit na an adlaw/
• matunod ngan ha imohirayo ako/ nsputok an akon kakulba ha
dughan/ … pagpula had sidlangan/ pagpunias han adlaw/
pagkalpad han maya/dinumdum ko ikaw”( When the sun is
sinking/ And I am away from you/My heart throbs with fear/When
the eastern sky reddens/When the new morn dawns/ When the
mayas take flight/I think of you)(97). This tradition is continued by
Pablo Rebadulla in his “Basuni.”He bacame vice governorof
Catarman N. Samar.
PABLO REBADULLA

PABLO REBADULLA’S COMPOSITION


• Binglad
• Basuni
PABLO REBADULLA
JOSEPH UY

• Joseph Uy is a Waraynon musician and


composer. According to Doms Pagliawan , the new
musicians recorded their songs from Catbalogan,
Samar . Most of his albums include curfew, jota and
other dances in Sinirangan Kabisay-an .

JOSEPH UY
JOSEPH UY’S COMPOSITION
• San Juanico Bridge
• Man (this is his most popular song in the 1990s)
• Isla han Samar
• Kuratcha Menor
• Amenudo Nga Pinayungan
• Balud Han Kapalaran
• Batang Waray
• Binasu-an
• Bungalos Nga Sangkay
• Hala Na Lawiswis Kawayan
• Imo Kaadlawan
• Oye Kumusta
• Samba Curacha
• Todo-todo
DOMS PAGLIAWAN

• Dominador "Doms" Awarded a Waray artist who claims to


have great talent in art, music, visual arts, and so on. He will
give him a talk, a novel, a novel, an essay, and a newspaper
article.He was a composer, singer, and recording artist. He has
spent much of his life on the list of poems. He's so excited to
have a music album, two Winaray, a Shiver, and an
English. Cartonist and columnist is the newspaper Leyte Samar
Daily Express. In addition to a cardboardist, he was a painter
and sculptor. He once wrote a fellow of UP-sponsored
creative writing workshops in various places in the
Philippines. Radio broadcaster and television journalist
in Catbalogan, Samar, his hometown, he is a graduate
student in elementary school, cum laude college, regional
winner of Ten Outstanding Graduate Award '92, and national
finalist of Ten Outstanding Students of the Phillippines '92. He
was a lecturer at Leyte Normal University, Tacloban City .
DOMS PAGLIAWAN

DOMINADOR PAGLIAWAN
• Aanhi
• Babaye
• Alayon
• Pamati
• Diri Matupngan
• Gintalikdan Mo
• Kanta Nga Panorondon
• Kinabuhi HanTawo
• Kitamismo
• Kon Puwede
• Pagdaug
• Sangkay Mo
• Waray Waray
DOMS PAGLIAWAN