Music, Dance & Costume

KUNDIMAN AT IBA PA: PIANO SELECTIONS

$15.00 [2 CP.]

San Juan, Metro Manila: Likhawit Enterprises, Inc., 1994. 150 p. Softcover

A compilation of Kundiman pieces, love songs and songs with positive values.

CORDILLERA ETHNIC DANCES: A MANUAL FOR TEACHERS

$13.50 [OUT OF STOCK]

La Trinidad, Benguet: National Commission for Culture & the Arts, 1994. 146 p. Softcover

The first compilation of its kind to be documented and produced by people of the Cordillera.

PATTERNS FOR THE FILIPINA DRESS

$88.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Bernal, Salvador, et al.
Manila: Culural Center of the Philippines, 1992. 109p. Glossary. Bibliography. Hardcover

A study of the terno in its early forms, it serves as a valuable reference and source book for designers in theater, dance, and film.

PHILIPPINE FOLK DANCES

$85.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Aquino, Francisca R.
Manila: Bureau of Public Schools. Reprinted 1996. Volumes 1 to 6. 110 p. per volume ; Illustrations, music & photographss. Softcover

A comprehensive manual for teaching folk dances in the schools. Limited supply.

ANTUKIN, PHILIPPINE FOLK SONGS AND LULLABYES

$20.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Selected by Felicidad A. Prudente, PhD.
Manila: Tahanan Books. 1998. 77 p. Index & Bibliography. Softcover

A collection of 39 heirloom songs handed down through the ages.

66 ILOCANO SONGS

$7.50 [2 CPS.]

Collected, edited and translated by Sigrid S. Rodolfo
Quezon City: Giraffe Books, 1998. 164 p. Includes Index of First Lines. Softcover

Contains 66 popular Ilocano songs, including the lyrics and sheet music. Soon to be out of print.

KUNDIMAN ATBP: PIANO SELECTIONS

$10.50 [3 CPS.]

San Juan, Metro Manila: Likhawit Enterprises, Inc., 1994. 62 p. Softcover

A smaller compilation.

MGA AWIT NI JOEY AYALA

$6.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

By Jose L. Ayala
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1993. 67 p. Softcover

This collection includes songs (with guitar chords), poems, notes and photographs. Bilingual: English and Filipino.

THE SHARED VOICE: CHANTED AND SPOKEN NARRATIVES FROM THE PHILIPPINES

$36.75

Nono, Grace
Pasig City: Fundacion Santiago and Anvil Publishing, Inc., 2008 248 pp. text and compact disk, Softcover

“A must-read for those interested in Filipino oral literature…” F. landa Jocano
“A strong piece of poetic scholarship…” Albert E. Alejo
“This book by Grace Nono is indisputably significant among today’s various efforts to retrieve and protect our racial memory…” Virgilio Almario
Grace Nono started singing more than 20 years ago and gained a cult audience among cultural workers anxious to create original Pilipino music—an outgrowth of our ethnic tradition instead of a derivative of western musical training. This book is a testament to her perseverance in creative innovation and rigorous scholarship.

PASKO NAMING HANGAD: VOCAL ARRANGEMENTS

$20.00 [1 CP.]

Metro Manila: Jesuit Music Ministry of the Jesuit Communications Foundation, Inc., 2003. Various pagings. Softcover

A Christmas songbook with commentary.

THE FILIPINO DRAMA (1905)

$15.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Riggs, Arthur Stanley
Manila: Intramuros Administration, 1981. 666 p. Softcover

THE FILIPINO DRAMA is the author’s reportage of what he had witnessed, examined and researched on political plays during his two year stay in the Philippines.

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL DANCES

$20.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Tolentino, Francisca Reyes. P.
Quezon City: Kayumanggi Press. reprinted 1993. 367 p. Index. Includes photographs, illus. and music. Softcover

A collection of 54 dances and corresponding music.

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