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  Palabuniyan Kulintang Ensemble - Traditional Gong Music & Dance from Mindanao Island, Philippines.
 


Announcement:
Private kulintang music lessons available!

Taught by Danongan "Danny" Kalanduyan
- Master kulintang teacher and performer
- 1995 NEA National Heritage Fellowship Awardee
- Teacher of kulintang music for the past 30 years in
North America, currently teaching at San Francisco
State University.

For details:
dannykalanduyan@sbcglobal.net or Dannysk@sfsu.edu
Phone: (650) 583-1837.

   
The Palabuniyan Kulintang Ensemble "The Palabuniyan Kulintang Ensemble featuring Danongan Kalanduyan, Kulintang Master Musician"
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The Oral Tradition of Maguindanaon Kulintang Newly released CD!
"The Oral Tradition of Maguindanaon Kulintang"

by Danongan S. Kalanduyan
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PKE CD Cover "Traditional Kulintang Music & Dance of the Southern Philippines"
by Danongan S. Kalanduyan and the Palabuniyan Kulintang Ensemble.
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Palabuniyan CD Listen to clips from the album, "Pakaraguian sa Maguindanao - A Celebration of Kulintang Music and Dance."

Kulintang Video

In video:

"Kapaganad sa Kagkulintang: A Kulintang Lesson from a Master Musician."

Please email dannykalanduyan@sbcglobal.net for more information or to order a copy.


Danongan playing kulintang
Danongan Sibay Kalanduyan
Artistic & Executive Director - Palabuniyan Kulintang Ensemble
1995 National Heritage Fellow, National Endowment of the Arts


Kulintang gong
In the beginning, before Islam or Christianity spread to the Philippines, the tribal, indigenous music of this Southeast Asian country was unified by the use of gongs. Learn more >>

 


The Palabuniyan Kulintang EnsembleSagayan
Traditional music and dance from the Maguindanao, Maranao, and Tausug peoples of Mindanao Island, Southern Philippines. Member bios and late-breaking PKE news!
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