An International Event: "The World Bamboo Organ Day"

I still remember the first time I watched an International Event, which revealed my experience in life as a Musician. The concert hall was filled with people I didn't remember, but there existed closeness, the thickness of the blood. Each was a member of the group I joined for several years. I was too sick from the never-ending flight to express the joy.
It was an opportunity to be with a group of Phg5 collaboration with the HCS-Y and Heritage Lakwatseros in St. Joseph Parish (Bamboo Organ), Las Piñas City to watch an International Event entitled World Organ Day last 6th of May 2013. It was a tribute concert in celebration of the 850th anniversary of Norte-Dame de Paris and on the occasion of the Feast of St. Joseph. The featuring organist from Las Piñas and Manila under the tutelage of Maestro Armando Salarza was really made the whole event effective in additional wa with the Manila Cathedral-Basilica of the Immaculate Conception Strings Players and Ferdinand M. Bautista (MCB Liturgical Music Minister)
Musician performed lists of classical pieces from early 18th century during Baroque period composers such as J.S.Bach, G.F.Handel, Padre Antonio Soler, Stanley Goodwin, Simon Stubley, Henry Purcell, Louis-Claude Daquin and composed instrument with the transition of Trumpet, Harpsichord and excerpt Sonatas.
All the pieces were good. But one thing I was touched that one of my most favorite classical pieces was performed by a young lady named Denalene Kyla Encabo who really played perfectly as it is. It was “Air from Suite No. 3 in D” which I have known as “Air on the G String” by Johann Sebastian Bach. I was crying and emotionally for the whole piece. It was really a great piece for me it is the best. Beautiful story behind the music.
The group really enjoyed the event and amazed how young ages enhance in playing this kind of instrument. The program was dedicated for the Heritage of the Bamboo Organ. As Maestro Armando Salarza said to our group “Buti yan, at mayroong mga kabataang gaya nyo pa ang nakaka-appreciate ng ganitong mga event. Karamihan sa iba bali wala nalang sakanila. Keep on encouraging other people to support our own heritage.” He said.

Article by Alexandra Levantino Remonde and Photos by Axl Guinto

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