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Our Roots


The The UP Center for Ethnomusicology is a center for music research with material collections on the musics and musical traditions in the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and representative areas from other continents. The Center was founded by Dr. Jose M. Maceda (1917- 2004), composer, ethnomusicologist, pianist, philosopher, scholar, and National Artist.

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Registration Form
For users doing academic studies, scholarly and creative research
Researchers' Access Form
For users doing academic studies, scholarly and creative research
Access Form
For UP faculty, employee, and students
Access Form
For non-UP users
Request for Reproduction
      of Materials

For non-UP users



PROCLAMATION NO. 811
01 July 2014

Exhibit Catalog

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES
PROCLAMATION NO. 811
DECLARING RAMON P. SANTOS AS NATIONAL ARTIST FOR MUSIC
Reference: http://www.gov.ph/2014/06/20/proclamation-no-811-s-2014/

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Service Announcement
01 July 2014

Notice

The UP Center for Ethnomusicology offices, library, archives, and instrumentarium will be closed during July 7-9, 2014 for our Team Building activity. We will resume office on July 10, 2014. Thank you for your patience and understanding.




Dictionary of Filipino Musical Terms
13 January 2014

Dictionary of Filipino Musical Terms

The Dictionary of Filipino Musical Terms is now available in our products page. Get your copy now!

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Message from the Director





The UP Center for Ethnomusicology is a research institution intended to enhance knowledge and understanding of musical cultures in the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and the rest of the world. It functions as a both archive and repository of materials on music, philosophy, anthropology, and other cognate disciplines, as well as a dynamic center for performance and composition of musics of the world's cultures. It is with much pleasure therefore to invite scholars, artists, and pedagogues to join and interact with us in exploring traditions in the musical world.

Ramon P. Santos, PhD

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