Do It Yourself

How to Make Your Own Antangan (kulintang stand) and Betay (kulintang sticks): http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Kulintang-Stand


About Some Noted Traditional Kulintang Teachers

Aga Mayo Butocan  http://www.ateneo.edu/aga-mayo-butocan-gawad-tanglaw-ng-lahi

Danongan “Danny” Kalanduyan  https://www.arts.gov/honors/heritage/fellows/danongan-kalanduyan

Kanapia Kalanduyan  http://music.upd.edu.ph/Dept%20of%20Musicology%20Faculty–Kalanduyan.html


Selected Reference Materials

Asian Music.  Journal of the Society for Asian Music.  Volume XXVII-2, Spring/ Summer, 1996.  http://www.jstor.org/stable/i234613

Benitez, Kristina.  2005.  The Maguindanaon Kulintang: Musical Innovation, Transformation and the Concept of Binalig, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Ph.D. Dissertation.

Butocan, Aga Mayo. 1987. Palabunibunyan: a repertoire of musical pieces for the Maguindanao Kulintangan [sic]. Manila: Philippine Women’s University.

Cadar, Usopay H. 1971.  The Maranao Kulintang Music: an Analysis of the instruments, musical organization, etymologies and historical documents, Seattle: University of Washington, M.A. Thesis.

Kalanduyan, Danongan S.  1984.  The Performance of Maguindanaon Kulintang Music of the Southern Philippines.  Seattle: University of Washington, M.A. Thesis.

Maceda, José. 1963.  The music of the Maguindanao in the Philippines, Los Angeles: University of California, Ph.D. Dissertation.

_____. 1998. Gongs & bamboo: a panorama of Philippine music instruments. Quezon City: University of the Philippines

Gonzalves, Theodore S.  2009.  The Day the Dancers Stayed: Performing in the Filipino/American Diaspora. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Otto, Steven Walter. 1976.  The Maranao Kakolintang. An approach to the Repertoire.  Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Ph.D. Dissertation.

_____. 1985. The Maranao Kakolintang. An approach to the Repertoire.  Marawi: Mindanao State University.

Posner, Karen L. 1980.  The Magindanaon Kulintang, Seattle: University of Washington, M.A. Thesis.

Scholz, Scott. 1981.  The Supportive Role of the Agung in the Maguindanaon Kulintang Ensemble.  Seattle: University of Washington, M.A. Thesis.

Terada, Yoshitaka. 1983.  The role of the Gandingan in the Magindanaon Kulintang Ensemble. Seattle: University of Washington, M.A. Thesis

Trimillos, Ricardo Diosdado. 1972. Tradition and repertoire in the cultivated music of the Tausug of Sulu, Philippines. Los Angeles: University of California, Ph.D. Dissertation.


Selected Discography

Banasil, Sindao, 1997.  Pakaradia-an: Maranao Epic Chants and Instrumental Music (Tao Music 004)  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001QSIADY/ref=dm_ws_pr_fl_dp_B001QSIADY

Butocan, Aga Mayo, 1995.  Maguindanao Kulintang (Tao Music)  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001QSQQ4E/ref=dm_ws_pr_fl_dp_B001QSQQ4E

Houn (Ho), Fred, 1988.  A Song for Manong: the Soundtrack to Part 3 of Bamboo that Snaps Back, featuring the Asian American Art Ensemble and Kulintang Arts (AsianImprov 0003).  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000R04RB6/ref=dm_ws_pr_fl_dp_B000R04RB6

Kalanduyan, Danongan S., 2004.  The Old Tradition of Maguindanaon Kulintang

Kalanduyan, Danongan S. and Palabuniyan Kulintang Ensemble, 2001. Pakaraguian sa Maguindanao: A Celebration of Kulintang Music & Dance (Mindanao Lilang-Lilang CD001)

__________, 2003.  Traditional Kulintang Music and Dance of the Southern Philippines (Mindanao Lilang-Lilang CD002)

Kulintang Arts, 1989.  Ancient Rhythms/Urban Sounds.

__________, 1992.  Cycles: Timeless Rituals to Ancient Icons.

Kulintronica, 2015.  Till the Break of Gong  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XWYGBRW/ref=dm_ws_pr_fl_dp_B00XWYGBRW

Mindanao Kulintang Ensemble, 1995.  Kulintang: Traditional Gong Music from Mindanao Island, Philippines

Pakaraguian Kulintang Ensemble, undated (c. 2010).  Pakaraguian Kulintang Ensemble.

Various artists, 1955.  Music of the Magindanao [sic] in the Philippines, vol. 1 & 2 (Smithsonian Folkways FW04536/FE4536)  http://www.folkways.si.edu/music-of-the-magindanao-in-the-philippines-vol-1-2/world/album/smithsonian

Various artists, 1996.  Gifts from the past: Philippine music of the Kalinga, Maranao and Yakan (Manu Music)  http://www.allmusic.com/album/gifts-from-the-past-mw0000905819

World Kulintang Institute, 1994.  Kulintang: Ancient Gong/Drum Music from the Southern Philippines (World Kulintang Records 72551)