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PostSubject: World & Folk Music...   Thu Oct 30, 2008 3:47 pm

World Music
"From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia"

Traditional music (sometimes called folk music or roots music) of any culture that are created and played by indigenous musicians or that are "closely informed or guided by indigenous music of the regions of their origin," including Western music (ie. Celtic music). Most typically, the term world music has now replaced folk music as a shorthand description for the very broad range of recordings of traditional indigenous music and song from around the world.


In essence, the term "world music" refers to any form of music that is not part of modern mainstream Western commercial popular music or classical music traditions, and which typically originates from outside the cultural sphere of Western Europe and the English-speaking nations..

...now that's still pretty much a very broad description, however, Wiki also adds:

In musical terms, "world music" can be roughly defined as music which uses distinctive ethnic scales, modes and musical inflections, and which is usually (though not always) performed on or accompanied by distinctive traditional ethnic instruments, such as the kora (African lute), the steel drum, the sitar or the digeridoo (or in the case of our local sounds, instruments such as the kumintangs, bongos, banduryas, etc. Wink).

Most typically, the term "world music" has now replaced "folk music" as a shorthand description for the very broad range of recordings of traditional indigenous music and song from the so-called Third World countries.

...and this additional definition alone pretty much takes the cake for me. World Music gives you a rich and very diverse selection of music to choose from. It pretty much covers a very wide base of cultural genres from the upbeat rhythms of Latin and Carribean music like Samba and Calypso, to the more contemplative chants and pluckings of Tibetan and Japanese folk music and it also covers the more exotic tribal sounds of the Australian Aborigines and their digeridoos as well as the ethnic music of the African nations.

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Filipino world music in a sense can be creditted to more culturally-inclined / rootsy / native / folky / ethnic / indigenous-sounding music of such individuals like Joey Ayala, Grace Nono, Bayang Barrios and groups such as Pinikpikan, Kadangyan, KaTribu and Tugma among others.

and to our local Iloilo artists like

Armor
Tribu ni Mali
Maharlika Bahandi

wehehe
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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Fri Oct 31, 2008 2:34 am

sadly. may mga filipino artists who interpret world music in this manner:

http://www.imeem.com/people/NCedOZm/music/Cgh8qyF9/john_prats_tarat_tat_dos_fuertes/

http://www.imeem.com/dyobikotz/music/uZqg_kmN/iloilo_supermart/

sunny

and who could ever forget the macarena or the safri duo? ahahaha music sang pagfield demo namon sang U-day sa cpu sang 1st college kami hahaha

nowadays. world music is well.. worldly. tsk tsk

good thing may mga fun acts pa man ah.. The Vampire Weekend, M.I.A. , Bonde de Role

local.. mga gatukar magdinagyang nga mga drummers! drummer drummer drummer hala bira

kag entertaining as "hell" man dyun ang mga scandanavian/viking/black metal dudes nga naga incorporate folk elements sa ila tukar. Iban gne ga-go as far to folk music as a whole. cracks me up evertime. mr frodo..




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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Fri Oct 31, 2008 3:01 am

wehehehe..

I dunno but I think more sa samba beats ang La Carlota Drumbeaters so I guess inde mo sya ma clasify as indigenous/folk music.. but I think sa world music ya pwede..
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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Fri Oct 31, 2008 10:14 am

daw di ko ma compare anf world sa folk..haahahha....may online site ko nga guina matian nga world music bala ang ngalan..teh daw amo na pag incindi ko....

pinikpikan - yeah!!!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Fri Oct 31, 2008 11:08 am

bata batuta wrote:
daw di ko ma compare anf world sa folk..haahahha....may online site ko nga guina matian nga world music bala ang ngalan..teh daw amo na pag incindi ko....!

haha ako man.. kay taga dyun lugar may folk music man

nmian gid ko sang gamay ko mamati mga 60-70s american folk. america, lobo, simon and garfunkel, peter paul and mary, england dan and john ford coley, don mclean.. daw folk man na knu cla

@vansen La Carlota Drumbeaters<cnu na cla? hehe sorry
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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Fri Oct 31, 2008 2:07 pm

@maladriod

wehehe.. negros based group na...

well for my part medyo swerte ako nga biskan paano i was exposed to this at an early stage.. like HS pa ako..

being one of the youngest member of Iloilo's local art scene gave me the previlege to even meet the guys of kadangyan sang upod kami pa tu tamaby sa dunkin donuts sa allegro sang inde pa cla sikat..

namian ko tu gani sang gin ubra namun nga fusion sang indigenous instruments and a full band that is Level Zero..

si Mann Lee kag si Jojo Unsay gid mo.. ahahhaha
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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Mon Nov 10, 2008 8:25 pm

PUTUMAYO

diri saton: Joey Ayala

vans3n & maladroid- drumbeaters from La Carlota eh...hehehe i dont think world music ni ah, but these guys are damn good. gusto k ni cla makita ga perform live!
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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Mon Nov 10, 2008 9:16 pm

VanS3n wrote:
being one of the youngest member of Iloilo's local art scene gave me the previlege to even meet the guys of kadangyan sang upod kami pa tu tamaby sa dunkin donuts sa allegro sang inde pa cla sikat..

whoa, you actually get to hangout with them? kahilisa bah! im not really a fan of kadangyan but i look up to these guys, pati pinikpikan, joey ayala & asin.. namian ku sa mga msg nga gina convey sa songs nila..

ang nanamian ko music ni Krishna Das, he sings Indian chants, he chants the names of their gods.. (does that make me anti-Christ kn mamati ku sa songs ya?) eventhough hindi ku ka chindi, namatian ku man japun hehe. im not really sure if under cla sa world music.

another is Northern Cree, as usual, d ku ka chndi! haha! bg o ko pa mlng ni cla napamatian, hindi pgd ku particular sa ila..
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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Tue Nov 11, 2008 12:00 am

weheh..

@S. Adumn

that deosn't mean you listen to such songs anti-christ ka na dayun... its just one of chirstianity's stupid dogma.. for my part screw christianity.. i don't even consider it my religion anyways.. nor do i consider myself having a religion..

anyways.. i was lucky to even got to meet the guys of kadangyan.. wheheh
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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Wed Nov 12, 2008 10:07 pm

cynthia alexander (joey ayala's sister) man gyapon paborito ko sa pinas nga related sa amu ni nga genre.

dumduman ko sang 3rd yr hs. naglantaw kmi ni surfer_nando daw indigenous music convention sa san ag. percussions n shit. hambl nmon ayus ni para slipknot n soulfly haha..

nami irish punk drinking songs nga album ah. mga irish folk songs nga incorporate sa punk. btw ang whiskey in the jar gle sang metallica irish folk song man na. goes to show.. ayus mga irish! hahaha irish coffee sire?
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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Thu Dec 18, 2008 12:56 am

AFROBEAT !
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PostSubject: Re: World & Folk Music...   Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:39 am

afrobeat ?! well sa context of world music then..

I'd still prefer traditional Filipino indigenous sounds and instruments..

Indiomusic and IndioGenius culture as Kidlat Tahimik would always coin.. wehehe
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