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Sugid Ni Maria - Ukelele Version | Visayan / Bisaya Love Song

Visayan / Bisaya Love Song /  Cebuano iconic songs that took over Cebu - “Sugid ni Maria” by composer/lyricist Joseph Gara - the loss of her fiancé in a road accident in 2019 inspired Gara to write “Sugid ni Maria,” which topped the 40th Cebu Popular Music Festival, or Cebu Pop. “Sugid ni Maria” was Gara’s first entry to the annual musical tilt, which was held at the IC3 Convention Center in Barangay Mabolo, Cebu last Jan. 17, 2020. Cebu Popular Music Festival, or Cebu Pop is the longest-running Cebuano songwriting competition, which started in 1981. 


Sugid Ni Maria Lyrics


Ang imong pagbiya, mapugngan ko kaha?

Sa dili ka pa mawala, mulingi ka unta

Hatagi’g pahiyom ang tam-is nga higayon

Mao unta’y pasalig nga mag uban ra puhon


Kon mahibalik ka’s akong kiliran gunitan ka

Dili buhian ang kalipay nga

Naghatag bulok sa ‘kong kalibutan—

Ang bangaw human sa ulan

Ang atong mga damgo kanako nag-uban


Ayaw na’g hunong langit paghatag og kangitngit

Karon’g wala na’y silaw nga gipaabot pa

Sa akong pagkatulog, lakwon ang kagahapon

Og kon makita ka dili na unta mo mata


Kon mahibalik ka’s akong kiliran gunitan ka

Dili buhian ang kalipay nga

Naghatag bulok sa ‘kong kalibutan—

Ang bangaw human sa ulan

Ang atong mga damgo kanako nag-uban


Sa akong mga damgo puy-an matag segundo

Alimyon sa panit mo, sinina’ng paborito

Balay’ng imong gisak-an, kanta’ng imong duyugan

Ikaw ang unang halok ni’ng ngabil ko


Sa akong kiliran gunitan ka

Dili buhian ang kalipay nga

Naghatag bulok sa ‘kong kalibutan—

Ang bangaw human sa ulan

Ang atong mga damgo kanako nag-uban


Top 10 Cebuano Songs We Know By Heart

Here is a list of the iconic songs that took over Cebu and made a huge impact in our lives. The songs we cannot help but sing along to, from the nostalgic BisRock to the rising VisPop songs.


This can either be a test, a trip down memory lane or a learning to all our readers. Let me take you to the journey through these “Cebuano songs”.


Cebuano language

The Cebuano language, colloquially referred to by most of its speakers simply as Bisaya or Binisaya (translated into English as Visayan, though it should not be confused with other Visayan languages).



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This performance is part of:

Musika ng Kawayan: Yaman ng Bayan, A Virtual Concert

The "Musika ng Kawayan, Yaman ng Bayan" virtual concert is a showcase of Filipino talents, highlighting the use of local bamboo musical instruments (BMIs).

The event aims to promote the versatility of bamboo as an excellent and sustainable material for musical instruments, and feature the various BMIs used across the country.

The concert is organized under the "Bamboo Musical Instruments Innovation R&D Program" of the DOST-FPRDI, in partnership with UP Diliman, PNU, and DOST-PCIERRD.


Featured Bamboo Musical Instruments:

Among many others, the musical instruments which was featured in this concert include the bungkaka which creates a buzzing sound, the guitar-like kollitong, the nose flute tongali, the koratong bamboo tubes, percussion instruments such as tambi, patatag, marimba, and tongatong, as well as banduria, ukelele, and an organ all made of bamboo.



#PantugtogKawayan

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Bamboo Music, Wealth of the Town ′′ virtual concert - held November 27, 9-11 AM. Performed Online on DOST-FPRDI Facebook page.

Performances: Joey Ayala, Mr. Armando Salarza featuring Las Pinas Bamboo Organ, Bamboo Team, Dulag Karatong Festival Performers, Benicio Sokkong, Huni Ukulele, Dipolog Community Rondalla, and PNU Himig Bamboo. This is part of National Science and Technology Week celebration.

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