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Old November 1st, 2011, 11:26 AM   #16621
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hi,, im a lurker for the longest time, ... i guess these are interesting prehispanic practices of our ancestors
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There are still those who practice "pagdiwata" .... Not quite a long time ago, say 10 years, I even witnessed what they called "harang" which was an offering of food and drinks to the spirits in San Remigio in order to heal a family member who had allegedly injured a nature spirit. It apparently appeased the spirit because the disease healed after the ceremony.

Despite our having been Christianized a long time ago yet our animist beliefs continue to persist, even until today.
I have heard so many stories about Harang, as you had described it. From funny stories about having to say "tabi usa" whenever one pee pees on a certain tree, honking vehicle horns whenever one passes by a dakit tree, to a being sick whenever one cuts down a tree.

Then there are the diwindi in a termite mound, a personal account of meeting up with a hairy tall person at dusk thought to be an agta, a tree inhabited by ingkanto where if one is invited to enter one can see a castle instead of a tree, a wakwak that visits pregnant women about to give birth.

I have heard so many stories while growing up ina rural area.

Dale, can you suggest a reference that can make good reading for these beliefs. Kanang dili kaayo technical and scholarly
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Old November 2nd, 2011, 01:39 AM   #16622
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This is how Antonio Pigafetta wrote it. Since he is an Italian, he wrote in Italian orthography.

Fun fact: Letter W is excluded in Italian alphabet.
This is very plausible. If Spanish was used, this would have been written as: gualo or hualo, an approximation of the W sound.

Also, Spanish speakers had trouble with the g sound at the end. e.g. Tagalog would normally be pronounced as Tagalo, so Tubi here for water would've been most likely Tubig as it is now.
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Old November 4th, 2011, 08:12 AM   #16623
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The way I see it, Austronesian group of language with some exceptions almost always have common sounding words. "qualo" could be "gualu" (number 8) which how Chamorro people speak. "Walu", "Valu", etc all sound similar and could have been missed by the Italian, Pigafetta, IMHO.

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Old November 6th, 2011, 10:32 PM   #16624
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I have heard so many stories about Harang, as you had described it. From funny stories about having to say "tabi usa" whenever one pee pees on a certain tree, honking vehicle horns whenever one passes by a dakit tree, to a being sick whenever one cuts down a tree.

Then there are the diwindi in a termite mound, a personal account of meeting up with a hairy tall person at dusk thought to be an agta, a tree inhabited by ingkanto where if one is invited to enter one can see a castle instead of a tree, a wakwak that visits pregnant women about to give birth.

I have heard so many stories while growing up ina rural area.

Dale, can you suggest a reference that can make good reading for these beliefs. Kanang dili kaayo technical and scholarly
There are a few readings I have come accross, Boy. Murag wala pa gyuy libro bahin ana nga topic pero you may read some works made by students sometime in the early 20th century at the Cebuano Studies Center which we brought to Cebu while doing research for the Cebu Provincial History Project.
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Old November 7th, 2011, 07:19 AM   #16625
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There are a few readings I have come accross, Boy. Murag wala pa gyuy libro bahin ana nga topic pero you may read some works made by students sometime in the early 20th century at the Cebuano Studies Center which we brought to Cebu while doing research for the Cebu Provincial History Project.
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Old November 12th, 2011, 12:36 PM   #16626
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Old November 12th, 2011, 05:33 PM   #16627
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Do you guys have any idea what they are going to do with the Judge Carlock obelisk in Plaza Hamabar?

I understand that the plaza is being rehabilitated but the obelisk is now enclosed with what looks like a concrete enclosure. Or perhaps they would raise the obelisk with the concrete enclosure serving as the platform?
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Old November 13th, 2011, 03:48 AM   #16628
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Old November 15th, 2011, 02:25 PM   #16629
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Cebuano orchestra to hold debut concert
Cebu Daily News
7:46 am | Tuesday, November 15th, 2011


A Cebuano orchestra will have its first public concert on Dec. 10 at the Cebu Cultural Center in Lahug, Cebu City.

The launching of the Cebu Symphony Orchestra (CSO) brings together Cebuano musicians who are former members of the Cebu Youth Symphonic Orchestra (CYSO) and Peace Philharmonic Philippines (PPP).

The new group was formed last March.

“Our goal is to develop a high standard in music, and to revive the popularity and appreciation of classical music,” said Rey Abellana, one of the founders.

Musicians will perform under the baton of Professor Roberto del Rosario, the musical director and conductor of the orchestra.

Renowned pianist Ingrid Sala Santamaria will perform with the group as piano soloist.

The CSO started with only seven members meeting on a weekly basis.

Today, it has grown to 87 members. The group is also supported by the Cebu City government and the Cebu Provincial government.

The new orchestra is expected to offer two to three major concerts in a year, working toward the vision of putting Cebu in the world’s cultural map.

They will be playing classical pieces, Visayan folk songs, Broadway hits and Christmas songs.

There will be a matinee show at 3 p.m. and a gala show at 8 p.m.

For inquiries and ticket reservations, contact Naila Beltran at 0926-7478441. UP Masscom student Annie Fe G. Perez

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Sun Star Cebu | Monday, November 14, 2011


A cultural gem has just been added to the crown of the Asean City of Culture that Cebu is: the Cebu Symphony Orchestra (CSO). It fills a vital element in the artistic soul of Cebu. It is a gem the Cebuanos can truly call their own and be proud of.

Not long after the Peace Philharmonic Philippines ceased operations, its orphaned musicians banded themselves on their own for sheer love of making music together. From a seminal group of about 20, it has swelled to more than 70 and is still growing by the week--an incontrovertible affirmation of the Cebuano innate musicianship and love of music.

Touched by their unflagging enthusiasm, a group of professionals and businessmen met to find ways of giving new life to the only symphony orchestra outside Manila.

Towards this end, a foundation dedicated to supporting the operation and sustainability of the orchestra will be established in the near future. Meantime, the Cebu Rotary Club Foundation, Inc. (CRCF)--headed by Consul John F. Domingo and Jose Soberano III, chairman and president respectively--was chosen to support the endeavor. The CRCF is the project arm of the Rotary Club of Cebu.

Thus the CSO was born, or more correctly, revived. For some decades back, a symphony orchestra by that name had existed. But even previous to this there was the symphony orchestra of the University of San Carlos back in the 50s.

While the CSO is predominantly made up of Cebuanos and a few Filipinos from other regions, it also includes Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Norwegian nationals residing in Cebu.

The CSO will be formally launched with a maiden concert on December 10 at the Cebu Cultural Center in the UP Lahug Campus. The concert will feature renowned pianist Ingrid Sala-Santamaria, with Roberto del Rosario conducting. Proceeds from the concert will be used to purchase badly needed and to defray operating expenses of the orchestra. Renato Kintanar

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To all Cebuanos who love music and culture!

Matinee concert is SOLD OUT.

Gala tickets: Available at P500 and P1000. For inquiries and ticket reservations, contact Naila Beltran at 0926-7478441.

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Old November 15th, 2011, 02:57 PM   #16630
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^ naa na gyud tawn silay venue to hold a concert. very nice move. i hope mapadayun kay hilig gyud kaayo ang mga cebuano ug music.
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Cultural, heritage mapping of city begins with training
By Garry B. Lao/JMO (The Freeman) Updated November 28, 2011 12:00 AM

CEBU, Philippines - The Cultural and Historical Affairs Commission and the City Council will hold a two-day Capacity Building Workshop on Cultural Heritage Mapping for non-government organizations, local government units and the academe.

Councilor Margarita Osmeña, chairperson of the Council’s committee on tourism and vice-chairperson of CHAC, said the workshop aims to identify the natural and cultural heritage of the city’s 80 barangays.

The workshop will be held starting today at the social hall of Sacred Heart Parish. The workshop will cover discussions on Cebuano History, Heritage and Development and Cultural Heritage Mapping.

CHAC has started identifying possible heritage landmarks, including the Fort San Pedro in Barangay San Roque and Casa Gorordo in Barangay Tinago.

“The results of this cultural mapping will be used as basis for the city’s tourism development plans as well as for the development council resolutions and laws for the conservation of our city’s heritage,” Osmeña said.

Architect Melava Java, one of the commissioners of CHAC, said structures above 50 years old are covered and protected by national heritage laws.
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By Garry B. Lao/JMO (The Freeman) Updated November 28, 2011 12:00 AM

CEBU, Philippines - The Cultural and Historical Affairs Commission and the City Council will hold a two-day Capacity Building Workshop on Cultural Heritage Mapping for non-government organizations, local government units and the academe.

Councilor Margarita Osmeña, chairperson of the Council’s committee on tourism and vice-chairperson of CHAC, said the workshop aims to identify the natural and cultural heritage of the city’s 80 barangays.

The workshop will be held starting today at the social hall of Sacred Heart Parish. The workshop will cover discussions on Cebuano History, Heritage and Development and Cultural Heritage Mapping.

CHAC has started identifying possible heritage landmarks, including the Fort San Pedro in Barangay San Roque and Casa Gorordo in Barangay Tinago.

“The results of this cultural mapping will be used as basis for the city’s tourism development plans as well as for the development council resolutions and laws for the conservation of our city’s heritage,” Osmeña said.

Architect Melava Java, one of the commissioners of CHAC, said structures above 50 years old are covered and protected by national heritage laws.
Nausab na diay ang firstname ni Archt. Java!
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Old November 28th, 2011, 06:34 PM   #16633
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7:46 am | Tuesday, November 15th, 2011


A Cebuano orchestra will have its first public concert on Dec. 10 at the Cebu Cultural Center in Lahug, Cebu City.

The launching of the Cebu Symphony Orchestra (CSO) brings together Cebuano musicians who are former members of the Cebu Youth Symphonic Orchestra (CYSO) and Peace Philharmonic Philippines (PPP).

The new group was formed last March.

“Our goal is to develop a high standard in music, and to revive the popularity and appreciation of classical music,” said Rey Abellana, one of the founders.

Musicians will perform under the baton of Professor Roberto del Rosario, the musical director and conductor of the orchestra.

Renowned pianist Ingrid Sala Santamaria will perform with the group as piano soloist.

The CSO started with only seven members meeting on a weekly basis.

Today, it has grown to 87 members. The group is also supported by the Cebu City government and the Cebu Provincial government.

The new orchestra is expected to offer two to three major concerts in a year, working toward the vision of putting Cebu in the world’s cultural map.

They will be playing classical pieces, Visayan folk songs, Broadway hits and Christmas songs.

There will be a matinee show at 3 p.m. and a gala show at 8 p.m.

For inquiries and ticket reservations, contact Naila Beltran at 0926-7478441. UP Masscom student Annie Fe G. Perez
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yeah ive seen all her youtube videos. it is very nice of her to mold the cebu youths to like classical music that we can be proud of.
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Old November 30th, 2011, 02:51 PM   #16637
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Fuente Osmeña and the Arc de Triomphe
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Cebu Daily News 9:08 am | Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Mayor Michael Rama’s recent pronouncements to expand Fuente Osmeña and turn it into something like the Arc de Triomphe brings to mind William E Parsons’ original plan for the development of Cebu beyond the old Spanish quarter.

In 1912, Parsons, the consulting architect at the then Bureau of Public Works, presented his master plan for the expansion of Cebu beyond what was then called the Cebu Burnt Area, a swathe of land from Sanciangko and Colon down to M.C. Briones streets and the waterfront, sections of which had been burned during the 1898 revolution against Spain and then again about five years later. This area had remained decrepit, with streets so narrow that the American colonial administration decided to create a new section of the city, beyond Sanciangko.

In his plan, Parsons designed six diagonal avenues leading to a central hub, in this case the Fuente Osmeña Rotunda, which he originally designated as the site of the new Cebu Capitol. Unfortunately, except for Osmeña Boulevard, Maxilom Avenue and B. Rodriguez Street, the two other broad avenues, supposedly radiating on the western side of the rotunda, were never realized. Parsons left in 1914 and probably never bothered to check whether his plans for Cebu ever saw the light of day. The failure to add those two broad avenues is one missed opportunity in the urban development of Cebu that now gives Mayor Michael Rama some headache vis-a-vis his plan to close off Osmeña Boulevard from public utility vehicles and taxis.

Parsons’ plan for Cebu is of almost the same pattern that one sees with Paris, like spokes on a wheel with the Arc de Triomphe right at the center. This is also the pattern of the four broad avenues of Quezon City (aptly called North, South, East and West avenues) that radiate from the Quezon Memorial Circle, also a rotunda.

Modesty aside, I was privileged to have twice visited Paris and I can understand why the good mayor wants to turn Fuente into something like the Arc de Triomphe and Osmeña Boulevard akin to the Avenue des Champs Elysees. The Champs-Elysees is a 1.9-kilometer, eight-lane road considered the most expensive thoroughfare in the world, with equally the most expensive cafes and luxury shops, on both sides. It is lined with trees, uniformly trimmed and regal, along pedestrian and bicycle lanes as wide as the avenue itself. One of the top tourist destinations of the world, it is there where one finds the Arc de Triomphe, which serves as the starting point for 12 avenues (including the Champs Elysees) that radiate from it and out of central Paris.

I think it is not that the good mayor wants to build an arc right at the rotunda and do away with the venerable old fountain. Rather it is to spruce up this rotunda and give it its due historical value and significance the way Parisians and all of France revere the Arc de Triomphe as a monumental symbol of their triumphs in history. And the mayor is not incorrect in this approach. When it was inaugurated in February 1912, it was to mark the beginning of clean potable water and the end of cholera as well as the devastating fires that blazed out of control in the downtown area. More than this, however, this fuente or fountain marked in fact the triumphant collaboration between the young Don Sergio Osmeña and Gov. Gen. William Cameron Forbes. It was their decade-long alliance that brought so much development to Cebu such that within the second decade of the 20th century the title “Queen City of the South” had been appropriated out of Iloilo City by Cebu as its infrastructure—and its economy—grew by leaps and bounds.

Given its pivotal significance in our history, how Mayor Mike will spruce up this fountain and its boulevard, both named after the Osmeña patriarch, most certainly merits everyone’s and not just some politician’s attention.



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I think one of these two avenues have been built, which is now Fructuoso Ramos Street. If you look at the map of Cebu City, you would wonder why Ramos St. was laid out in such an unusual direction (diagonal going to Fuente Osmena). Then comparing it to the Parsons Plan, you would realize the answer.

Parsons seems to have used the goosefoot (patte d'oie) module from French Baroque garden/urban planning, which was revived in the City Beautiful Movement. The city of Versailles (where the eponymous palace is located) was planned with this module: three broad tree-lined avenues converging in a vast esplanade before the Palace.


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If you look closely at the Parsons Plan, you would see a Versailles-esque similarity: three avenues were planned to connect the old city to the new areas, converging grandly in an open square before the Capitol which was to be dominated by a central circular element (most probably the Osmena Fountain). This open square is rectangular, not a circle as it is now. B Rodriguez and Mango Avenues bordered the rectangular space to the south, which probably explains why these roads are off-center from Fuente Osmena.



If it was indeed true, the departure from this grand vision of Parsons actually started when Pres. Sergio Osmena Sr. intervened to push the Capitol's location further up the boondocks to raise the value of his properties, and only aggravated by postwar recovery.
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yeah ive seen all her youtube videos. it is very nice of her to mold the cebu youths to like classical music that we can be proud of.
Looking forward on that time nga magperform sila sa Sam Francisco or any part of the Bay area
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Looking forward on that time nga magperform sila sa Sam Francisco or any part of the Bay area
wala siya program for the west coast but duna silay travels to major philippines cities. kana iyang gi create nga string quartet mao siguro iyang madala when she plays in international cities kay sa the whole symphony orchestra iyang dad-on.
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