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1. Mayor Evelyn T. Uy (JINGLE)

Mayor Evelyn T. Uy  (JINGLE)

Artist:Spike Datskie,BossLocco,Re-an

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2. FILIPINO PT of 10I Karl Uy, Philip Yu, Travis Siy

FILIPINO PT of 10I Karl Uy, Philip Yu, Travis Siy

Ito po ang recording ng aking groupo (10I Karl, Philip at Travis)tungkol sa buhay nina Elias at Sallome.

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3. Filipino Podcast

Filipino Podcast

Shawn at Cody

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4. bb

  • Published: 2017-03-08T08:41:04Z
  • By T Uy
bb

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5. dangdut

  • Published: 2017-04-29T09:14:47Z
  • By T Uy
dangdut

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6. Pequeños torbellinos

Pequeños torbellinos

pre mix interpretada por: Sergio Valle - Manolo Cruz - Jose Fuentes - Gabriela Cumes -Osmar Meliá - Duglas Bäqk'ajol T'uy - Marielos Romero Nitsch - Joshua Texaj montealegre

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7. Artist Talk | Harrell Fletcher | A New Path to the Waterfall

Artist Talk | Harrell Fletcher | A New Path to the Waterfall

Portland-based artist Harrell Fletcher hosts an informal discussion reflecting on 'A New Path to the Waterfall', a public project that situated a CAG satellite gallery space within Lord Strathcona Elementary School in Vancouver, BC. Developed out of Fletcher’s 2015 residency at the Burrard Marina Field House, the initiative placed local artists in MaryAnn Persoon’s grade 6/7 classroom throughout the 2017-18 school year, re-shaping the ways in which we consider contemporary art, gallery spaces and public schools. In a series of participatory projects reflecting Fletcher’s interest in bringing art and life together, local artists Justine A. Chambers, Elisa Ferrari, Hannah Jickling, Carmen Papalia, Helen Reed and T’uy’t’tanat-Cease Wyss collaborated with the students to create projects and interventions exploring different issues and investigating a variety of topics connected to the grade 6/7 curriculum. Each artist’s tenure was presented to the public through exhibitions, interventions, performances and public programming at six week intervals throughout the school year. Find out more at www.anewpathtothewaterfall.ca

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8. Coastal chant

Coastal chant

coastal chant heya heya hey heya heya hey i go down to the shore seeing what i’ve never seen before o O o O o O o O o O o like an eagle flies over the wind into the mist rising fire water earth air i will do my living to know that you’ll be there for the world is sacred and everything within for ancestral wisdom and for children heya heya hey heya heya hey © sylvi & see through publishing fall 1988 (socan) on Coastal Chants CD (2008) Tape (1992) with Blaine Dunaway & Joseph Pepé Danza STILL TUNED TO FOLK Last night, Sylvi MacCormac oversaw the CD release of her Coastal Chants at Iron Works. This might be her most accomplished and focused collection, with its pronounced sense of atmosphere and MacCormac’s dusky folk voice. She’s been immersed in spoken word, sound collages and other projects, but she first was recognized as a folk-influenced singer and is impressive in that role. Tom Harrison, The Province, Published: Tuesday, November 18, 2008 http://www.canada.com/topics/entertainment/movie-guide/story.html?id=01181282-25bf-4d90-aa1f-cbc79a7de904 CONCERT: Sylvi MacCormac’s Coastal Chants Where/When: Siwash Rock, Stanley Park, Coast Salish Territory, tomorrow, noon; Ironworks, 235 Alexander St., Mon., 7 p.m. Why: This local singer is the sort of person who stops you in the street to play some harmonica and offer you a sonnet. With a firm grasp of spiritual music and lyrical twists and turns, she has honed her art over three albums and is now releasing Coastal Chants. MacCormac keeps good company with guests including Sexy Pierre (violin), Wendy Solloway (bass), Astrid (sax), Alyssa Serpa (guitar), cowboy poet Jeff Standfield, MC Betty Rebel 67 aka T’Uy Tanat / Cease Wyss and Pepé Danza. Tickets: $10 at the door; others free Stuart Derdeyn, The Province, Published: Friday, November 14, 2008 The E-List, Great things to do weekend with Stuart Derdeynhttp://www.canada.com/theprovince/news/etoday/story.html?id=70e893fa-7ef2-4749-a577-bf57ccaaf621 “I was stunned with her capture of the transcendance of nature through the lives of the people of the west coast. Sylvi has a very clear and soaring voice. Her songwriting is superb.” Ken Lunn, Blues Skies Music Festival Coastal Chants Tape (1992) 10 trks w Blaine Dunaway & Pepé Danza (50:00) CFox 99.9, Demo Listen Derby, Best Demo Presentation 1992 Horizon also appears on Uts’am / Witness CD (2004) and in the film, Child of the Wind, the story of John Clarke (1995) Best Film on Climbing (1995) went to Canadian director and producer Bill Noble for his documentary Child of the Wind. Based on the wilderness adventure legacy of Canadian Coast Mountain explorer John Clarke, the film recounts Clarke’s many first ascents and solo traverses of the remote Coast Mountain terrain on foot and skiis. Bruce Cockburn and Sylvi supply the musical score. http://www.banffcentre.ca/mountainculture/archives/festivals/film/fest95.asp http://www.wilded.org/johnClarke.htm – Wilderness Education Program – WEP Coastal Chants (excerpt) in film Patience & Absurdity (2012) http://wideanglemedia.ca Debuting at the Roundhouse, March 23, 8pm at WAM Gala and March 25, 5pm P A T I E N C E & A B S U R D I T Y STARRING: SYLVIA MACCORMAC AND SYLVI MACCORMAC PRODUCED & DIRECTED BY: PAULA COLE & SYLVI MACCORMAC DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: D’ARCY HAMILTON MUSIC BY: SYLVI MACCORMAC EDITOR: THOMAS WESTON PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS: VALERIE VANDERSTAPPEN & HELEN MASAMBAL Running Time: 15:47 ONE LINE Patience and Absurdity shows the synchronized interaction of a mother and daughter as they move through life together, leading and following, enriching each other’s experiences, sharing stories of a life well lived and creating memories soon forgotten. SHORT SYNOPSIS Life is fluid, ever changing and uncertain as time physically and mentally taunts us, washing away the memories we create with those we love. Patience and Absurdity shows the synchronized interaction of a mother and daughter as they move through life together, leading and following, enriching each other’s experiences and sharing stories of a life well lived. We see that it takes a great deal of loving patience to be kind and selfless in caring for family. Sylvi and Sylvia reveal that anxiety and grief, joy and humorous absurdity reside in the middle of the difficulty. http://www.SYLVI.ca

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