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Practice and Practice
If you want to get better, the best thing to do is to practice. According to psychology, practicing something frequently can give you a better learning about it.
The traditional music of the Philippines, like the folk music of the other countries, reflects the life of the common citizen. Most rural traditional songs have a strong diatonic scale rather that the "more Asian pentathlon scale. The song have something to do with fishing and farming, as these are the livelihood of these provinces. Their music used in singing and dancing reflect their way of life, belief, and daily practices These includes epics relating genealogist and exploits of heroes and gods; work songs related to planting, harvesting and fishing; ritual songs drive away the evil spirit; songs to celebrated festive occasions like marriage, birth, victory at war, or songs for the dead; disputes; mourning songs for the dead; and, children's counting and game songs.