Below is a fantasy variation of Sarung Banggi as rendered by Angelito Agcaoili as composed by Filipino guitarist, Maestro Jose Valdez.
Tag: Bicol Songs
(Another version and almost exact translation of the folksong "Bahay Kubo" shared by Atty. Benjie of Bulan Observer) An harong ko nipa Minsan ngani sadit Manga maritas diyan nasasaray Singkamas asin talong Sigarilyas asin mani Sitaw, bataw patani Kundol, patola, upo kalabasa Sa kadakul-dakul pang labanos Mustasa, sibulyas, kamatis Bawang saka luya Sa palibot may … Continue reading An Harong Ko Nipa
I was looking for the English equivalent of "iba" (Kamias) when I was asked to sing "Bahay Kubo". I finished the song but without "iba" in it. Too bad! But anyway, I was able to get it's scientific name (but not from the song): Averrhoa bilimbi. Going back to Bahay Kubo, It was only lately … Continue reading An Iba, asin An Kantang “An Harong Mi”
Let's break first the sad tale of poverty. Bobot Malaga of San Roque, Legazpi City renders a version of one of the songs I used to hear over rounds of bottles of gin. The title is "Hilong Pagkamoot" and is uploaded by "Tagatibo" in You Tube.
A comic song. Something cute from youtube! Or click HERE directly
Just this Saturday, Jessica Soho in her TV program "Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho" featured the other ailing languages of the Philippines -- Bisaya and Kapampangan. According to her, Bisayan and Kapampangan advocates try to revive their language through music. Hence, the BisRock and the Kapampangan Rock. But while BisRock is already filling the airwaves with … Continue reading An tataramon asin musikang Bikolnon