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Traditional Philippine Music
Folk Songs
Birth SongsLullabiesChildren's SongsAdolescent SongsCourtship SongsWedding SongsHarvest SongsWar SongsDeath Songs

Traditional Philippine Musical Instruments
Stringed Instruments

Wind Instruments
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Colonial Philippine Music
Religious Music
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Dance Music


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Modern Philippine Music
Manila SoundPinoy RockPinoy PopAlternative RockEthnorockProtest SongsDance MusicOPMHip-hop MusicBisrock
Philippine Musicians
Filipino Composers
Marcelo AdonayNicanor AbelardoFrancisco SantiagoConstancio de GuzmanJose EstellaFelipe Padilla de LeonJulian FelipeJulio NakpilAntonino BuenaventuraLucio San PedroLevi CelerioLouie OcampoRyan CayabyabVehnee SaturnoTrina BelamideGary GranadaJoey AyalaFreddie AguilarJimmy Borja

Filipino Conductors
Oscar YatcoRodel F. ColmenarMark Anthony CarpioAndrea VeneracionArnold ZamoraFidel Calalang Jr.Jonathan VelascoEudenice PalaruanRodolfo DelarmenteJerry DadapEd Manguiat

Filipino Bands
6cyclemindAegisAfterimageApril BoysAsinBambooBarbie's CradleBuklodCalla LilyChicosciColor It RedCuesheThe DawnEraserheadsFreestyleHaleImagoKamikazeeKennon RoadMoonstar88MYMPOrange and LemonsParokya ni EdgarRivermayaSalbakutaSandwichSiakolSlapshockSouth BorderSpongecolaSugarfreeYano

Filipino Musical Groups
Chorus PaulinusMabuhay SingersManila Philharmonic OrchestraPhilippine Madrigal SingersPhilippine Philharmonic OrchestraSan Miguel Philharmonic Orchestra

Filipino Musical Performers
Cecile LicadEmil Mijares

Philippine Singers
Filipino Singers on the International Scene
Lea SalongaBilly CrawfordMonique WilsonMutya BuenaCharice Pempengco

Dalisay AldabaRachel AlejandroCarol BanawaEleanor CalbesPilita CorralesKaty de la CruzBituin EscalanteJovita FuentesConchita GastonSarah GeronimoRachelle Ann GoEnya GonzalesKuh LedesmaLani MisaluchaZsa Zsa PadillaImelda PapinAtang de la RamaArmida Siguion ReynaSheryn RegisConching RosalElla May SaisonIsang TapalesSylvia la TorreRegine VelasquezJonalyn Viray

Hajji AlejandroDingdong AvanzadoRico J. PunoBasil ValdezBobby GonzalesAriel RiveraChristian BautistaMark BautistaJed MadelaErik Santos

Novelty Singers
Yoyoy VillameBayani AgbayaniPirot

Singing Groups
Apo Hiking SocietyThe CompanySmokey MountainSex Bomb Girls

Music has always been deeply ingrained in the Filipino soul. The pre-Hispanic Filipino had music for every aspect of life, from birth to death and everything in between. Their music, along with their traditional instruments, still lives on among the indigenous Filipinos to this day. Over the centuries, Philippine music evolved to become what it is today-- a unique blend of both Eastern and Western traditions, yet remaining, as always, a reflection of the hopes and frustrations, longings and dreams, and failures and triumphs of the Filipino.

From the oyayi to the kundiman to Manila Sound to OPM to alternative rock and hip-hop, the Encyclopedia of Philippine Music seeks to trace this evolution of Philippine music from its indigenous roots to its modern-day genres.

WikiPilipinas also pays tribute to the Filipino musicians and musical performers, many of whom have been recognized for their talent both locally and internationally. Cecile Licad, Atang de la Rama, Lea Salonga, Smokey Mountain, the Eraserheads, and Jake Zyrus are among them, and many others whose stories and music help to inspire us.

WikiPilipinas invites every Filipino to visit and contribute to this encyclopedia. Help us tell the world about the depth of the Filipino love of music and the richness of the Filipino musical heritage.

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Bamboo Organ

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The Las Piñas Bamboo Organ, in the Parish Church of St. Joseph in Las Piñas City, Philippines, is a nineteenth-century church organ made almost entirely from bamboo: only the trumpet stops are made from metal.

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Parokya ni Edgar

Parokya ni Edgar (literally, "Edgar's Parish") is a Filipino band that was formed in 1993 by a group of Ateneo high school students. The band is famous and most lauded for its original rock novelty songs and often satirical covers of famous songs. With several years in the music scene, it has transcended musical genres, varying styles from one to another - alternative rock to pop rock, funk to rapcore, and so on without leaving behind its trademark style of providing comic relief to their listeners.


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