What is the timbre of bagbagto?
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Asked in Literature and Language
What is a bagbagto?
BagBagto is a Filipino folk song. The lyrics go like this (as memorized from my teenie years in the Bicol region): Bagbagto bagbagto bagbag to lambing Tulambing tulambing tulam pawikan Pawikan pawikan pawi kalanay Kalanay kalanay Bunay! I couldn't talk much about it because we're just about to tackle that song in school:D
What is bagbagto?
BagBagto is a Filipino folk song. The lyrics go like this... Bagbagto, bagbagto-lambik, Tulambik, tulambawikan, Bawikan, bawikalanay, Kalanay, kalanapunay, Napunay, napunayagta, Nayagta, nayagtagumba, Tagumba, tagumbaya-aw, Baya-aw, baya-atinbao, Antinbao, Atin-bayanggaw, Bayanggaw, bayang-gawistan, Gawistan, gawistanabog, Tanabog, tanabuga-ay, Buga-ay, bugayesikan, Yesikan, yesikamad-eng, Kamad-eng, kamad-eyeng-as, Eyeng-as, Eyeng-asaas...
Asked in Musical Instruments
What are the musical instruments that was use in bagbagto?
Asked in Guitars
What is the timbre of a guitar?
The timbre of a guitar is guitar timbre. I'm not sure you know what timbre is. It's the sound an instrument or voice has, so it can't be described, only heard. So, whichever guitar you have, the way it sounds is its timbre. On the same pitch your singing voice and your guitar, or your flute or whatever, sound different than each other, that difference is the timbre. Timbre cannot be described in numerical terms.