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HIMIG
Ang Dalagang Pilipina (Waltz)

Publisher: FPL Records


Title Details
  • Ang Dalagang Pilipina (Waltz)
Publishers
  • [Place of publication not identified]FPL Records0
Descriptions
  • 45 rpm
Subjects
  • Balse - Balitaw
  • American Period
  • D minor ; D major
Material Type
  • MU
  • Music
Photographer
  • Himig ng Lahi Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble
Sources
  • Julie (Waltz) / Ang Dalagang Pilipina (Waltz) [Single]
Time Period Of Content
  • Time period code - 1928
Main Entry
  • Corporate name or jurisdiction name as entry element - Himig ng Lahi Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble
  • Relator term - performer
Title Statement
  • Title - Ang Dalagang Pilipina (Waltz)
  • Statement of responsibility, etc - Himig ng Lahi Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble
Publication, Distribution, Etc. (imprint)
  • Place of publication, distribution, etc - [Place of publication not identified]
  • Name of publisher, distributor, etc - FPL Records
  • Date of publication, distribution, etc - 0
Physical Description
  • Other physical details - 45 rpm
General Note
  • General note - The music and lyrics were composed by Jose G. Santos. Jose G. Santos was born in Bagumbayan, Bulacan, Bulacan on July 9, 1884. His inspiration for this song is his daughter, Felicidad (now Mrs. Felicidad Vicente) for whom this song is also dedicated. More than a song offered to a favorite daughter, "Ang Dalagang Pilipina" is immensely popular among the Filipinos since it was written in 1928. The song is characterized by its sublime tone and lyrics that extols the ideal beauty and innate traditions of the Filipino woman. Even today, the Filipino's love for the song has not faltered as shown by its being played by rondallas, bands, and orchestras all over the country. "Lambing", "Nelia", "Gunita", "Hibik", and "Plegaria de Una Madre" (his last composition written while at his sickbed) are some of the more popular compositions during his time. Most of these were written during the times he spent with Nicanor Abelardo who not only admired him and but also taught him various ways of composing music. (From TALIBA, December 10, 1967)
  • General note - Vocal Trio: Cynthia Mercado, Josephine Seminio, Marietta Ong
Local Note - Composer
  • Composer note - Santos, Jose Gonzales
  • Composer write up note - Jose Santos learned how to play the violin at the age of seven from his uncle Gaspar Santos. He was 12 years old when he composed “Valse de Los Pajaros.” He was mentored by Nicanor Abelardo who also taught him composition.
  • Composer date of death - 5/3/1949
  • Composer place of birth - Bagumbayan, Bulacan, Bulacan
Local Note - Conductor
  • Conductor's name - De Leon, Felipe Padilla
  • Conductor's write up - \r\n\r\nNational Artist for Music, 1997\r\n\r\n\r\nThough born to a poor family and orphaned by his fa
  • Conductor's date of death - 12/5/1992
  • Conductor's place of birth - Peñaranda, Nueva Ecija
Local Note - Lyricist
  • Lyricist's name - De Jesus, Jose Corazon
Index Termgenre/form
  • Genre/form data or focus term - Songs of Appreciation / Praise / Tribute
Local Note - Form Name
  • Form Name - Balse - Balitaw
Local Note - Historical Period
  • Historical Period - American Period
Local Note - Mode Name
  • Mode Name - D minor ; D major
Personal Name
  • Personal name - De Jesus, Jose Corazon
  • Relator term - lyricist
  • Personal name - De Leon, Felipe Padilla
  • Relator term - conductor
  • Personal name - Santos, Jose Gonzales
  • Relator term - composer
Uniform Title
  • Uniform title - Julie (Waltz) / Ang Dalagang Pilipina (Waltz) [Single]
Host Item Entry
  • Title - Julie (Waltz) / Ang Dalagang Pilipina (Waltz) [Single]

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