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Music of the Philippines in Mindoro?

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Mindoro is one of the many islands that make up the country of the Philippines. It is the seventh largest island and is located on the west side of the country. The music of the Philippines consists of both modern music (which includes pop and hip hop from around the world) and traditional music. With traditional music, it is split up into Harana and Kundiman, Tinikling, Carinosa, and Rondalla. There are also some instruments that are unique to the country.
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Gitgit = Gitgit is an instrument with a 3 or 4 strings made of human hair. Batiwtiw = a bamboo instrument from Mindoro about 40 cm long, played by striking the split end. of a bamboo
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i am from Mindoro but i know none in particular.except this makeshift guitar created by the mangyans with a chord using a maiden's hair.
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Most of the indigenous music is found on the northernmost and southernmost islands. One specific vocal styling in the south has been heavily influenced by the Muslim minority. It
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from my point of view filipinos are good musicians but are lacking in some aspects. 1. we have little identity with our own cultural music 2. we have little innovation in music instead
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