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Name: Maxen Erika Pilarion Date: July 26, 2017

Section: 12- Phoenix Score: ______

Assignment (CPAR)

What is music?
Answer: Music is an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions in significant
forms through the elements of rhythm, melody, harmony, and color. Whether it is vocal or
instrumental sounds, combined in such a way as to produce a beauty on it.

What is the function of music?

Music as a form of self-expression.
Music as a form of entertainment.
Music stirs up nationalism.
Music connects us with the Higher being.
Music gives us an overview of the culture and tradition it represents.
Music creates emotional integrity.
Music connects us with our environment.
What are the Music genres?
Answer: Music genre is a conventional category that identifies some pieces of music as
belonging to a shared tradition or set of conventions. It is to be distinguished from musical
form and musical style. Thus heres the following genre, namely; jazz, rock music, folk
music, blues, hip-hop music, pop music, classical period, punk rock, rapping, reggae, opera,
instrumental, disco, orchestra, electro, world music and many more.

What are the following: a)Elements of music b)Forms of music, c)Musical style
Elements of music Forms of music Musical Style
Strophic - AAA, etc.
Rhythm Binary - AB Black music
Dynamics Ternary - ABA
Classical music
Melody Religious music
Arch - ABCBA
Harmony Sonata Form - Exposition: Marching music
Tone color (Theme Group 1 - Theme Group Popular music
Texture 2) --- Development -- Opera
- Recapitulation: (Theme Group
Form 1 - Theme Group 2) Sonata
Sonata Rondo - ABA - C - ABA
Profile of Lucrecia Kasilag

Answer: Lucrecia R. Kasilag, National Artist of Music (1989). She was born in San
Fernando, La Union on August 31, 1918. As educator, composer, performing artist,
administrator and cultural entrepreneur of national and international calibre. She had involved
herself wholly in sharpening the Filipino audiences appreciation of music. Kasilags
pioneering task to discover the filipino roots through ethnic music and fusing it with Western
influences has led many Filipino composers to experiment with such an approach. She dared
to incorporate indigenous filipino instruments in orchestral productions, such as the prize-
winning Toccata for Percussions and Winds, Divertisement and Concertante, and the
scores of the Filiasiana, Misang Pilipino and De Profundis. Tita King, as she was fondly
called, worked closely as music director with colleagues Lucresia Reyes-Urtula, Isabel
Santos, Jose Lardizabal, and Dr. Leticia P. de Guzman and made Bayanihan Philippine
Dance Company one of the premier artistic and cultural groups in the country. Her orchestral
music include Love Songs, Legend of the Sarimanok, Ang Pamana, Philippine Scenes, Her
Son, Jose, Sisa anf chamber music like Awit ng mga Awit Psalms, Fantaisie on a 4-Note
Theme, and East Meets Jazz Ethnika. However, Kasilag died from pneumonia on August 16,
2008 at the age of 89.


Doctor of Music, Honoris Causa from the Centro Escolar University, 1975
Doctor of law, Honoris Causa from the Philippine Women's University, 1980
Doctor of Fine Arts, Honoris Causa from the St. John's University in New York, 1981
The Outstanding Filipino (TOFIL) Awardee for Culture and the Arts, 1989
National Artist of the Philippines for Music, 1989
Avicenna award from the USSR
Dama de La Orden Alfonso X el Sabio from the Spanish government
Japans Third Class of the Order of the Precious Crown
Frances Commandeur dans lOrdre de Arts et des Lettres