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Nitoy Gonzales And His Rondalla - Philippine Folk Songs (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Oct 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Selected Filipino Folk Songs YouTube Kundiman Nonstop Opm Tagalog Songs - Kundiman Greatest Hits - Filipino Music - .
  2. Filipino Folk Music 4 The three main forms introduced to the Filipinos were the harana, the kundiman, and the rondalla. Most of these forms were developed as a result of the fusion between tribal music styles and traditional Spanish and Mexican music. The harana is a traditional form of courtship.
  3. Buy LP Record Rare Manila by Nitoy Gonzalez in Manila,Philippines. Manila! Colorful Music of the Philippines Directed by Nitoy Gonzales () Rare LP Record Featuring the Roque Sisters Betty Rivera Larry Miranda Ison Sisters Chat to Buy.
  4. Philippine folk and popular music. Performer(s): Juan Silos, Jr. and his Rondalla ; Silos Quartette (on container referred to as the Silos Sisters). Event notes: Recorded in the Philippines. Description: 1 audio disc: analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 10 in. Contents.
  5. Le'ron S Intro by Le'Ron from the Album The Le'Ron S Project (Book 1) [Explicit] Lerion (Festival Dance from Leron) by Nitoy Gonzales and His Rondalla from the Album Manila! Music of the Philippines; Leron by The Crystal Apes from the Album Galaxies [Extended] Leron by Naethan from the Album Auburn: Cheating Games.
  6. 78_papuri-to-praise_nitoy-gonzales-and-his-rondalla-swaying-mrs-francisca-aquino_gbia Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned David Skovron User_metadataentered Liz Rosenberg User_transferred Liz Rosenberg.
  7. Jul 30,  · Malabon Brass Band The Best of Parada Pilipino Volume 2 Full Album - Duration: Alpha Records , Selected Filipino Folk Songs - Duration: marlon lacsamana ,
  8. Early recording by NITOY GONZALES and his MANILA RONDALLA. A2 Pagtatanim - Planting Rice. A1 Apat Apat - Couple Mixer (Four By Four). B1 Basulto (Satirical Dance). During the Spanish period in the East Indies, and mostly in the late 19th century, certain styles were adopted by the natives, especially in the Philippines.

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