Music is something that arouses interest and is pleasurable. The casual fan may learn about music, how to read music, how to sing, or how to play a musical instrument, but they do not have the all encompassing passion a musician possesses. Music is a means of relaxation for some, while others simply enjoy listening to the sounds, melodies, and rhythms that music brings to their ears, minds, and hearts. The following definitions are taken from an article that defines music according to different perspectives. Music is Science. It is exact, specific; and it demands exact acoustics.
A conductor’s full score is a chart, a graph which indicates frequencies, intensities, volume changes, elodea, and harmony all at once and with the most exact control of time. Music is Mathematical. It is rhythmically based on the subdivisions of time into fractions which must be done, not worked out on paper. Music is a foreign language. Most of the terms are in Italian, German, or French; and the notation is certainly not English; but a highly developed kind of shorthand that uses symbols to represent ideas. The semantics of music is the most complete and universal language.
Music is History. Music usually reflects the environment and times of its creations, often even the country and/or racial feeling. The Musical Content Analysis By shortsightedly 9 lip, cheek, and facial muscles, in addition to extraordinary control of the diaphragmatic back, stomach, and chest muscles, which respond instantly to the sound the ear hears and the mind interprets. Music is all of these things, but most of Music is Art. It allows a human being to take all these dry, technically boring (but difficult) techniques and use them to create emotion.
That is one thing science cannot duplicate: humanism, feeling, emotion, call it what you will. A Brief History of Music. Music is a composition of three important elements which are rhythm, melody, and harmony. According to zounds. Com. The roots of Western music are strongly influenced by classical music. Tracing back its history, classical music is divided into six different periods which includes music from the Gregorian chants to Beethoven’s symphonies to the contemporary artists. The longest and most distant era or period of musical history is the Medieval Era, otherwise known as the Middle Age Period.
During this period, the Church was the center of social life, learning, and the arts. In the early centuries of the Christian Church, Saint Gregory, who was Pope at that time, arranged and collected choral works in the form of chants, now called the Gregorian hanta. This is music composed with a single melodic line. Polyphony, on the other hand, is music with two or more melodic lines in one harmony. The musical notation used is ensues, which is very different from what is used now. In the Renaissance Period, composers were more recognized and more expressive than in the previous era.
The collection of instrumental music became more varied along with the invention of new musical instruments. Secular music also became more common which now included other forms like motets, madrigals, and songs. Polyphonic lines were used in a different way. The development of music during this period was mainly in Rome since the Church occupied a dominant position in society. Most of the works by the composers are in Latin. The birth of the opera occurred during the beginning of the Baroque Era. Refer, the first opera, was composed by Claudio Monteverdi. Musical instruments became more popular and became the main sources of music.
Music in this period was richly textured, highly metaphorical, and was used to express human emotion or depict natural phenomenon. The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi is a good example. During this era, concerto became the most popular music genre. Music in the Classical Period was rather curious since very little development was done to alter the musical language other than the abolishment of polyphony. The orchestra was born during this period. This was also the era of famous composers such as Mozart and Beethoven. Musical writing was rather simple but musical harmony was developed.
The Romantic Era was more reminiscent and music was expressed with such spontaneity, fantasy, and sensitivity. The color of sound became an essential tool for human expression through music. This period also became the golden age for virtuoso composers, amortized by such greats as Franz Schubert and Peter Tchaikovsky. Around 1900, the face of music the Romantic era, but more reactive to romanticism. Popular and classical music became distinct from one another. Composers began to experiment with the different elements of music, creating their own borrowed chords.
The advancement of technology also created a great impact in the evolution of music in this period. The Philippine Music History. L. Year and historical background. Philippine Music is divided into four eras or traditions, namely Ethnic, Spanish Colonial, American Colonial and Contemporary traditions. Majority of Philippine Music really revolves around cultural influence from the West, due primarily to the Spanish and American rule for over 3 centuries. Oriental (ethnic) musical backgrounds are still alive, but mainly thrive in highland and lowland barrios where there is little Western influence.
II. The Eras. Ethnic Tradition (9th to early 16th century). Philippine ethnic musical traditions are diverse in nature, although there are many common instruments and life-cycle functions. They differ and vary mainly in form and structure, performance media, style, aesthetics, and theoretical properties (temperaments, scales, modes, and terminologies). The diversity of ethnic musical traditions arises from several significant historical accidents. The Philippines had proto-Malay as the first inhabitants, followed by settlers from mainland and insular Southeast Asia.
In essence, the separate regional settlements in the country were a result of this wave of migration. Spanish Colonial Tradition (1 521 – 1898). Spanish musical influence is mainly motivated to bring the Christian faith closer to the natives. The Spanish regime gave new form to Philippine music in particular. Songs, epics native drums and gongs were overshadowed by the Christian chants ND the harmony of new Western instruments namely the organ, harp and the guitar. Unfortunately for Philippine music, the arrival of the Spaniards also meant the forced eradication of ethnic music and old traditions.
Performing ethnic music was highly discouraged, thus slowly disappearing, although some traditions still exist. The formal rise of liturgical music started when missionaries taught European religious music to the new Christians. These converts proved to be good and interested in learning the plainsong, the flute, the harp, and the guitar. After fifty years since the inquest, music schools for the faith were established by the Church. Contemporary Tradition. In the 21st century, Filipino rock is the most popular music form, along with some novelty and acoustic music.
Bands such as Parody in Edgar, Riverview, and Sandwich have all made their names known in the music industry with their brand of music and style. More new forms of Filipino music are emerging and hopefully will continue to flourish in the future. According to claustrophobia’s. Org. Before The Roman Catholic Church consecrates and celebrates same-sex marriages in Europe. Priests can marry a posse of the same sex without creating a scandal. With the plagues that scourged Europe throughout the 13th century, the Catholic Church and the merchant class advocate the reputation of Europe.
This event coincides with the birth of Protestantism, threatening the power of the Church, which results in a transformation of Catholic doctrine with respect to sexuality. From that moment on, the Roman Catholic Church considers all sexual practices which do not lead to procreation or are extra-marital to be mortal sins. Contraception, masturbation and homosexuality are Just a few of the practices which are still, to this day, considered to e mortal sins Music and Entertainment in Connection with the Gays’ Community. Music and the Gays’ Community always will had a very large connection to each other.
According to anytime. Com, Statistics are not at hand to support the claim, but it seems that gay men and lesbians make a disproportionately large contribution to music. Why so? One popular and persistent explanation is that music is the most indefinite, the most ambiguous of all the arts, as Oscar Wiled declared in “The Critic as Artist,” and is therefore attractive to those who find themselves out of sync with more conventional, clear-cut modes of expression. Encouraging an impersonal submersion in the arcane of tradition, music has historically been a refuge for homosexuals who were elsewhere silenced.
Music or song is one the leading entertainment media today. It can Jive with filming and also with the television shows. Some of films and song created and composed are about gays, lesbian, bisexual and transgender or all about the Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and Transgender (LAST) Community in the Philippines and internationally, most frequently, these films and television shows discusses how do the members of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and Transgender (LAST) Community fall in eve, their life style, habits, interest in life, or simply, they discusses the lives of an LAST person.
Filipino nowadays, especially for those who are in their teenage years, frequently calls gays as “Gammon in Vice” (the followers of vice). Vice Ganja is a Filipino gay comedian that has a great influence nowadays. While on lesbian side, they call them “Gammon in Chance” (the followers of Chance). Then Chance Pampering is a preference, a lesbian Among these four (lesbian, gays, bisexual, transgender), gays are the most recognizable because they are very easy to identify.
You can consider a person gay if e has a feminine mannerisms, dresses as a woman or identifies as a woman, and also if they are putting girl things on their faces (I. E. Make up, blush on, etc) if they are talkative and more Jubilant than an ordinary man. According to wisped. Org. Filipinos frequently call gays as “baklava, fading, bad or paint (straight-acting gay man), while their counterpart, the lesbians, had also several woman creatures, many of these are t-bird, Tibet, and tomboy.
The term itself is not the equivalent of the English term “gay”, but baklava are the most culturally visible subset of gay men in the Philippines. They are often considered a third gender, embodying femaleness (appeasable) in a male body. The term baklava is sometimes used in a derogatory sense, although baklava people have largely embraced it. Baklava individuals are socially and economically integrated into Filipino society and are considered an important part of society. The stereotype of a baklava is a parlors, a cross-dresser who works in a beauty salon.
Miss Gay Philippines is a beauty pageant for baklava. LAST citizens may face different social attitudes and legal challenges than heterosexual citizens. Tolerance for LAST people has increased over the years due to rater education about sexual orientation and gender identity issues and the growing visibility and political activism of the LAST community. Same-sex marriages are not legally recognized and the LAST community is not protected by any civil rights laws. Filipino Gay Films Some of the most awarded Filipino gay themed movies according to tableware’s. Logout. Com are “Markova: Comfort Gay, “Nag Pagoda’s In Maxima Oliver’s” and many others. Markova: Comfort Gay is a 2000 Filipino biographical-drama directed by Gill Porters and written by Claudio del Mound Jar. Produced by REV production. The 21st century darted with much Jessing for history, in the aftermath of centennial of Philippine independence. Markova put a real-life gay face to our past, turning “comfort gay’ into a household name for homosexuals raped by Japanese soldiers in WI.
By following the life of Walter Dumpster Jar. , from young awakening to a senior citizen living in a home for the gay aged, the drama traces a path of survival. Too bad it’s the image of it boasts the biggest casting stunt in Philippine Cinema to date; The title role played by three actors: Adolph Quinn, a comedian always loved for his fem. caricatures, ND his two sons, Eric Quinn (a former heartthrob pestered by gay rumors) and Jeffrey Quinn, in the performance that Jumpstarted his career as an actor’s actor.
Nag Pagoda’s in Maxima Oliver’s (the blossoming of maxima Oliver’s, 2005) is a dramatic Indies film directed by Urea’s Soloist and written by Machismo Hampton, produced by OF Pictures. The freshness shocked the nation out of its toper: Here was a movie about an adolescent femme boy, who lives in poverty with his family of macho crooks, who are totally accepting and loving, until he starts to fall for the honest cop twice his age. And it all slid smoothly down our throats, mainly because the tender, truthful film gave the kid dignity.
The runaway hit from the first Kinematical Festival, it demonstrated the possibilities of what a local fund aid can achieve and what a film could become: a record number of top awards from major international festivals, the biggest box office earnings for an independent film (later top by Jimmy Dora), and the paradox that a queer movie can be sweet and innocent without shying away from sexuality. Many filmmakers have since been trying to recapture that lightning in a bottle. In Television. Today’s leading television show and can be consider as the most successful gay themed television series is “My Husband’s Lover” by GAMMA Network.
My Husband’s Lover is a Filipino drama television series created and developed by Suzette Doctored and produced by GAMMA Network. It premiered on June 10, 2013 replacing Love and Lies on the networks coveted Primetimes block, and June 13, 2013 worldwide via GAMMA Pinion TV. The series stars Carla Bellman, Tom Rodriguez, and Dennis Trill as the main characters. Carolyn Eagle serves as the executive producer of the show and Dominic Capita directed the series. It is credited as the very first gay-themed series in the Philippine television due to the series central subject of homosexual relationships and infidelity.
The show has multiple continuing story lines that tackle sensitive yet relevant social issues like homosexual and bisexual relationships, homophobia and society discrimination against homosexual, infidelity, premarital sex and consequence of early or unplanned marriages. It also tackles the importance of the family, friendship, integrity and love. The forty-five minute scripted drama chronicles the life of a woman, who belatedly discovers that her husband has been arraying on an affair, but not with another woman.
In Music That’s why some of the Filipino and International composers influenced by these lesbians in the world to do a lot of songs in connection with them, on how do they spent their lifetime, composers also describe gays and lesbians according to their point of view, emotions and past experiences. Some of the successful gay themed songs are “Sirens” by Glow-9, “Born This Way’ by Lady Gaga, “Mascara Magical Eng Baklava” by Distant Lasso. The “Sirens” by Glow-9 gathered a lot of local and International appreciation by individuals; it is also ones featured in Saputo MO,
Jessica Soho defining the lives of gays and lesbians. Mr.. Glow-9 had many real life experiences in connection with the main topic of his music. Also, the “Born this Way/’ by Lady Gaga. This music is considered as the music for gays and lesbians because of its contents which do completely describe the inner feelings of the gays and lesbians, other races and people of different complexion, thus the music also define the acceptance to different people having different or unique characteristics. One of the songs that can describe the Gays’ Community according to en. Kipped. Org is “l Will Survive”, I will Survive is a hit song first performed by American singer Gloria Saying, released in October 1978. It was written by Freddie Preen and Dine Fakirs. A top- selling song after its initial release, it has remained a popular disco anthem, as well as being certified double platinum by the ARIA. The song’s lyrics describe the narrator’s discovery of personal strength following an initially devastating breakup, delivered with increasing confidence and backed by a stirring instrumental accompaniment.
It is one of the most famous disco songs of all time and remains Signora’s biggest hit. It received heavy airplay in 1979, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the I-J Singles Chart on consecutive weeks. The song is also frequently recalled as a symbol of female strength and as a gay anthem. The song was included in the 2012 videotape Dance Central 3 and will be included in the upcoming videotape Just Dance 2014. It is also one of the select songs available on the demo version of Just Dance 2014.
But probably, one of the most beautiful song that contain a subject about the Gays is the “Utility MO Lang” sang by Social, a Filipino band. According toastmistresses. Mom, “when you got to the chorus, you can’t help but notice the positive message that the song wants to get across”, this implies that the biologist truly appreciate the message of this song that made them write an article about it. This truly proves that not all people are not appreciating the talents and presence of Gays. This is good to know and probably a great start for the acceptance of the society to the beautiful creatures or simply the gays on Earth.
One of the latest Gay themed song in the country is the “Gamma” by Bra. According to wisped. Org. The music video shows the man and his transgender (baklava) girlfriend” enjoying time together, despite friends and other people being against their relationship. Later on in the video, the man realizes that the person he loves is in fact a gay or “baklava”, after his former girlfriend (played by Kate Llano) revealed that the gay had used a potion to make the man (Bra) attracted to him. He later meets a pretty girl in a bar, and the pair start dating.
After the girl goes to lean on his shoulder, the gay (his former love interest) suddenly appears to be the one at his side. At the end of the video, it depicts fellow rapper Leonie as having watched the movie” on DVD. The music video is also popular for the short appearance of Janice Statement of the Problem. This part of the research aims to give the guide questions that is going to be answered in the succeeding parts of this research, this part states the things in which the research focused on. The following are the guide questions. 1 . What are the feelings inserted in every song? . What song says negative, positive and neutral messages about Gays’ Community? 3. Does acceptance in Gays’ Community present at any song? 4. How the songs do completely describes the Gays’ Community? 5. Do the songs contain Public Issues about the Gays’ community and the society? Significance of the Study. This part of the study describes the importance of this research that the researcher will do, what is the impact of this research to the community, to the researchers and most of a;;, to the subjects of the research, which are the Gays’ Community. Eng composers about the feelings, attitudes, social life, interests and others of the Gays’ Community. This study may define the emotions of the composers during the completion of their works. The study can also give the readers an up-to-date function of Gays’ Community according to the composers. The researchers may also give their opinions about the acceptance of the society to these Gays’ Community. They can also give recommendations and conclusions about today’s views of different people on this kind of community.
By doing this study, the researcher’s aims are to give an alternative or maybe permanent solution to some of the problems Gays’ Community is facing today. This study can also give a great help to those who wants to have a musical content analysis research about the songs containing Gay matters in the future. The study ay contribute to some of the researchers about either music or about the Gays or any related topics of the future students of this institution. Hypotheses.
This part of the study gives the educated guess of the researchers about the later results of the study. This part aims to have a preview on the future results to have a comparison later (when the actual results are available) to the actual and precise results of the study. The researchers’ hypotheses regarding the research are the following. 1 . The feelings inserted at every song are usually happiness and being strong because of he gays that are usually fighting for gender equality and the “anti-discriminatory’ activists of today. . The researchers thought that only the minority of the selected to know that saying or interpreting good message about the Gays’ Community. 3. The researchers presume that only the minority of the songs contains a message of acceptance to the Gays’ Community while the others are either neutral or saying that this community does not yet accepted by the Society. 4. In general, these ten (10) songs describe the Gays’ Community as the one who are Jubilant, fighters, creative, facial, loving and expressive people of the society.
They are also the one who are fighting for the society’s full acceptance in all of them. 5. The public issues contained at the majority of songs is all about acceptance of the society to the Gays’ Community, the issues concerning the behaviors and the way of life is Just comes next. These are all presumes that is not proven by any studies, the above statements are just presumptions or what others called “Educated Guess” or simply “Hypothesis”. Scopes and Limitations. This study titled “How does selected Local and International song Writers see