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Finding Aid for the Jose Maceda Collection, 1954, 1961
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  • Descriptive Summary
  • Access
  • Publication Rights
  • Preferred Citation
  • Acquisition Information
  • Processing Information
  • Biography
  • Scope and Content
  • Indexing Terms

  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: Jose Maceda Collection,
    Date (inclusive): 1954, 1961
    Collection number: 1963.01
    Creator: Maceda, Jose
    Extent: 5 boxes
    Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Ethnomusicology Archive
    Los Angeles, California 90095-1490
    Abstract: This collection consists of sound recordings and notes.


    Archive materials may be accessed in the Archive. As many of our collections are stored off-site at SRLF, we recommend you contact the Archive in advance to check on the availability of the materials.

    Publication Rights

    These materials do not circulate and may not be duplicated or published without written permission from the copyright holders, collectors, and/or performers. Copyright has not been assigned to the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive. For more information contact the Archivist.

    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], Jose Maceda Collection, 1963.01, Ethnomusicology Archive, University of California, Los Angeles.

    Acquisition Information

    Donated by Jose Maceda in 1975.

    Processing Information

    Processed by: Archive Staff, 2003


    Jose Maceda was a specialist in both Indonesian and Filipino music and has conducted fieldwork research in both Indonesia and the Philippines. Born in Manila, he studied piano in Paris, France, and San Francisco, musicology at Columbia University, anthropology at Northwestern University, and ethnomusicology at UCLA. Maceda completed his doctoral degree in ethnomusicology at UCLA (1963). His dissertation is entitled "Music of the Maginadanao in the Philippines." His published works include "Philippine Music and Contemporary Aesthetics" (1956), "Music of Southeast Asia: A Report of a Brief Field Trip" (1956), A Manual of a Music Field Research with Special Reference to Southeast Asia (1981), and "Hanuoo Music from the Philippines" (1955). Maceda was Professor Emeritus at the University of the Philippines until his death on May 5, 2004. He received the National Artist Award for Music in 1997.

    Scope and Content

    Recorded in the 1950s and 1960s by Jose Maceda and others in the Philippines and Sarawak, Malaysia. Includes the following track listings: Bukid from Mindoro -- Tagalog song -- Ambahan -- Hindu music -- Bontoc music -- Babae at Lalake sagutan -- Urukay -- Pasyon from Mindoro with singers from Taal -- Batangan Manggan -- Flute -- Bontoc music -- Chorus with leader, men alone -- Men and women -- Group chorus -- Gongs -- Bontoc singing Flemish melodies -- Sagada (Brooks) -- Song debate -- Basilan (Brooks) -- Mansaka: Muding Mansaka "Yayayanay chant song" -- Kudlung Pausto Mansaka -- Atug Mansaka -- Bilaan -- Kablon -- Tupi, Cotahato -- Kalingga -- Boboh -- Kalingga Guthrie -- Mayoyao chants -- Tongbaon -- Bajun -- Hetay umalin argao -- Intap-tapala -- Guinajanga ay li-ig -- Bartong chi ipad -- Chajang -- Ed-edoy -- Hi bugan -- Hudhud -- Hachuna ton binugan -- Muslim music: Mindanao -- Cotabato Manobo -- Zambinga -- Basilan -- Baki Pagan religious ritual (Ifugao) -- Mombaki (priests) -- Chuy-Awaon -- Monchiguinh -- Chicago Natural Museum of History recordings -- Tirurai at St. Andrews (1957) -- Sarawak music -- Bokod music -- Cotabato music -- Tag music -- Bohoh music -- Gagada -- Bohoh -- Matrimonio -- Tu-waang -- Ugma ugma -- Batagan -- Pandagis -- Bukid and Hanunoo -- Guitar -- Ifugao DZRH Binanus -- Ifugao (Guthrie) -- Bukid and Hanunoo -- Iloc.

    Indexing Terms

    The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.


    Field recordings--Malaysia--Sarawak.
    Field recordings--Philippines.
    Hindu music.
    Islamic music.