Recent completed research on Philippine music (submitted to degree granting institutions)

 (in chronological order):

 

Muyco, Christine. Sibud in the binanog: a music-dance tradition of the Panay Bulidnon (Western Visayas, Philippines). Phd dissertation (Philippine Studies), University of the Philippines, 2008.

 

Irving, David. Colonial musical culture in early modern Manila. PhD dissertation, University of Cambridge (Clare College), 2007.

 

Nicolas, Arsenio. Musical exchange in early Southeast Asia: the Philippines and Indonesia, CA 100 to 1600. PhD dissertation, Cornell University, 2007.

 

Stallsmith, Glenn. The music of a Kalinga peace-pact celebration: making place through the Soundscape. Master’s thesis, Bethel University at St. Paul Minnesota, 2007.

 

Domingo, Katherine. Filipino musical identity in the 20th century: an analysis of four mass settings by Marcelo Adonay, Bonifacio Abdon, Francisco Buencamino, and Ryan Cayabyab. PhD Dissertation, Indiana University, 2005.

 

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One thought on “Recent completed research on Philippine music (submitted to degree granting institutions)

  1. Greetings Jose!
    I’m glad you started a blog on topics involving Filipino music research. Sometimes I feel like I do so much of my writing and thinking in isolation. I’ll be “stopping by” very often.
    Best,
    Mary

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