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  • 1. MUSIC

2. What is Music? Music is an art form whose medium issound and silence. Its commonelements are pitch (which governsmelody and harmony), rhythm (and itsassociated concepts tempo, meter, andarticulation), dynamics, and the sonicqualities of timbre and texture. The wordderives from Greek (mousike;"art of the Muses"). 3. an art of sound in time that expressesideas and emotions in significant formsthrough the elements of rhythm, melody,harmony, and color 4. Elements of Music Form Harmony Melody Rhythym Texture Timbre Dynamics 5. QUIZZ 1 (MUSIC)1. Music is an art form whose medium issound and silence. Answer if Yes or No Yes No 6. QUIZZ 2 (MUSIC)A. 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 (Choose your answer from the choices below)TrueFalseMaybe 7. B. It is defined as a set of linear notations in the form of tunes,vocals, or even chords or grooves. The melody essentiallyforms the basic framework of a song, a combination of therhythm and pitch. Form Texture Melody 8. C. It is a abstract concept that involves the differentiation and identification of the notations that are played on differentinstruments at the same time.TimbreDynamicsHarmony 9. D. Elements of music that is compose of set of sequential,synchronized and uniform beats and notations.MelodyHarmonyTexture 10. E. It coordinates the role of synchronization betweenprogression of all the chords. Harmony Form Balance 11. ARTS 12. PRE-TEST: QUIZZ 1 (ARTS)Matching Type: Folk Arts of Luzon & Visayas PampangaMarinduqueAngono, Rizal 13. LagunaQuezon Baguio 14. CebuBacolodTaclobanAklan 15. Philippine Folk Arts Sarimanok - is a legendary bird of theMaranao people who originate fromMindanao, a major island in thePhilippines. It comes from the words"sari" and "manok." "Sari" means clothor garment, which is generally ofassorted colors.[1] Mank, which makesup part of its name, is a Philippine wordfor chicken. 16. Bulul - is a carved wooden figure usedto guard the rice crop by the Igorotpeoples of northern Luzon. Thesculptures are highly stylizedrepresentations of ancestors, and arethought to gain power from the presenceof the ancestral spirit.[1] The Ifugao areparticularly noted for their skill in carvingbululs. 17. Okkir or okkil - is the term forgeometric and flowing designs (oftenbased on an elaborate leaf and vinepattern) and folk motifs that can be usuallyfound in Maranao and Muslim-influencedartwork, especially in the southernPhilippines, and in some parts of SoutheastAsia. Okir a dato refers to the ornamentaldesign for men and okir a bay to that forwomen 18. Tnalak - is a traditional clothfound in Mindanao island made bya group of people in Lake Sebu,South Cotabato called Tbolis, Tbolipeople. This traditional cloth ishand-woven made of Abaca fiberswhich traditionally has threeprimary colors, red, black and theoriginal color of the Abaca leaves. 19. Weaving - is a method of fabricproduction in which two distinct sets ofyarns or threads are interlaced at rightangles to form a fabric or cloth. The othermethods are knitting, lace making, felting,and braiding or plaiting. The longitudinalthreads are called the warp and thelateral threads are the weft or filling. (Weftor woof is an old English word meaning"that which is woven".[1]) The method inwhich these threads are inter wovenaffects the characteristics of the cloth.[ 20. QUIZZ 2 (ARTS)I. It refers to the ornamental design for men.Okir a datuTnalakOkir a bay 21. II. This is a carved wooden figure used to guard the ricecrop by the Igorot peoples of northern Luzon. Weaving Bul-ul Tnalak 22. III. It comes from the words "sari" and "manok." "Sari" means cloth or garment, which is generally of assorted colors.[1] Mank, which makes up part of its name, is a Philippine word for chicken.OkkirOkkilSarimanok 23. IV. This traditional cloth is hand-woven made of Abacafibers which traditionally has three primary colors,red, black and the original color of the Abacaleaves.TnalakWeavingSculpture 24. V. It is a method of fabric production in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are interlaced at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. Sculpture Painting Weaving