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Question 1: It is used during large ________, festive/harvest gatherings, for entertainment of visiting friends and relatives, and at parades.
FestivalEasterChristmasReligious festival

Question 2: [1] Kulintang music also accompanies ceremonies marking significant life events, such as weddings and returnees from the ________.

Question 3: Kulintang is a modern term for an ancient instrumental form of music composed on a row of small, horizontally-laid gongs that function melodically, accompanied by larger, suspended gongs and ________.
NaqarehGoblet drumDafDrum

Question 4: Technically, kulintang is the Maguindanao, ________ and Timor term for the idiophone of metal gong kettles which are laid horizontally upon a rack to create an entire kulintang set.
Portuguese EmpireMaluku IslandsMalaccaTernate

Question 5: However, kulintang music differs in many aspects from ________ music, primarily in the way the latter constructs melodies within a framework of skeletal tones and prescribed time interval of entry for each instruments.
GamelanKecakGamelan jegogAngklung

Question 6: It is considered ________ to step or cross over the antangan while the kulintang gongs are placed on it.

Question 7: [9] When either of them brought their own students, from universities such as University of Washington or ________, to Mindanao to play the kulintang in front of their own people, a renaissance of sorts occurs.
San Francisco State UniversityCalifornia State University, Los AngelesCalifornia State University, ChicoCalifornia State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Question 8: The extent of kulintang tradition in the Philippines, particularly in the Northern and Central islands of the ________ and Visayas, will never be fully known due to the harsh realities of three hundred years of Spanish colonization.
ManilaIlocos RegionMetro ManilaLuzon

Question 9: Kulintang belongs to the larger unit/stratum of “knobbed gong-chime culture” prevalent in ________.
SingaporeSoutheast AsiaMalaysiaPhilippines

Question 10: Today, the existence of kulintang music is threatened by the influence of ________, and the introduction of Western and foreign ideals into the region.
ASEANWorld Trade OrganizationInternational Monetary FundGlobalization


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