Manila Vocal Ensemble
...sharing God's love and peace through music and dance

Mass

Entrance: Do Lord Remember Me Arr. Russell Mauldin
Gloria: Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee Beethoven/Van Dykes
After the Reading: No Other Name Robert Gay
Offertory: Halad (Offering)
Benny F. Castillon
Sanctus: Heilig, Heilig, Heilig (with the community) Franz Schubert
Sharing of Peace: Let there be Peace on Earth Miller/Jackson/Ades
Communion: Prayer of St Francis Allan Pote
Exit: O Happy Day Gospel Song

 

Short Concert (Senior Citizen Homes etc.)

No Other Name Robert Gay
Happiness is the Lord Iran Stanphill
Do Lord Remember Me Arr. Russell Mauldin
O Happy Day Gospel Song
Amazing Grace Newton/Cowpers
T'Boli A tribal dance from the southern part of the Philippines that. It starts with courtship, then family building.
Kappa Malong This dance shows the different ways the malong can be worn.
Dandansoy Farewell song
Kaming Magmamani A song of the poor peanut vendors from the middle part of the philippines. They are so poor that they use the peanuts for their earings, necklaces and bracelets.
Rosas Pandan A song of a country girl that came to town and dances to earn her living. So beautiful she is and the way she dances that the men drool in excitement as they watch her.
Pipit Pipit is a name of a famous, small and playful Philippine bird that chirps a lot all day long. However, a cruel man threw a stone at her and hit her wing. Thus, she could no longer fly and she cried: ''you are a cruel man; your heart is merciless. And if ever I die, another Pipit will cry.'' The playful and happy character of this bird is clearly expressed in the rhythm and melody of the song.
Ikaw ang Mahal Ko You are the one I dearly love--my only dream and reverie. But you keep on doubting my heart that is so true and for you alone.
Spaghetting Pataas at Pababa A funny song for exercise
Kapayapaan Means peace. The songs says: Come lets dance, hold hands and altogether shout: Kapayapaan (peace). The colors of our skin might be different but we only have one world to live in. Hence, we altogether shout: Kapayapaan (Peace).
Guantanamera (Cuban Song) Seeger/Fernandez/Marti
Es Buure Büebli arr. W. Ackermann
ABBA Medley Anderson/Ulvaeus
Let there be Peace on Earth Miller/Jackson/Ades

 

Full Concert 

Part 1: Religious and International Songs

No Other Name Robert Gay
Prayer of St Francis Allan Pote
Happiness is the Lord Iran Stanphill
Halad (Offering) Benny F. Castillon
Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee Beethoven/Van Dykes
Amazing Grace Newton/Cowpers
I Believe / Ave Maria Drake, Graham / Gounod
You'll Never Walk Alone Hammerstein/Rodgers/Mann
Do Lord Remember Me Arr. Russel Maulden
O Happy Day Gospel Song
Guantanamera (Cuban Song) Seeger/Fernandez/Marti
ABBA Medley Anderson/Ulvaeus

 Break

Part 2: Philippine Tribal Dances and Songs

T'Boli A tribal dance from the southern part of the Philippines that. It starts with courtship, then family building.
Kappa Malong A dance from the Southern part of the Philippines. The dance shows the varied ways of wearing the Malong--a round cloth worn by both men and women.
Dandansoy A farewell song
Kaming Magmamani A song of the poor peanut vendors from the middle part of the philippines. They are so poor that they use the peanuts for their earings, necklaces and bracelets.
Rosas Pandan A song of a country girl that came to town and dances to earn her living. So beautiful she is and the way she dances that the men drool in excitement as they watch her.
Pipit Pipit is a name of a famous, small and playful Philippine bird that chirps a lot all day long. However, a cruel man threw a stone at her and hit her wing. Thus, she could no longer fly and she cried: ''you are a cruel man; your heart is merciless. And if ever I die, another Pipit will cry.'' The playful and happy character of this bird is clearly expressed in the rhythm and melody of the song.
Ikaw ang Mahal Ko You are the one I dearly love--my only dream and reverie. But you keep on doubting my heart that is so true and for you alone.
Ay, Ay, Ay/Umiiwas A love song dialogue between a man and a woman in courtship. The man said to the woman, "When I saw you for the first time, I immediately fell in love with you." The woman replied as she played hard to get, "Ay, Ay, Ay, when a man is in love, his promises reach even the high heavens." The man then teased her and further said, when I go away from you, you will come to me.
Spaghetting Pataas at Pababa A funny song for exercise
Kapayapaan Means peace. The songs says: Come lets dance, hold hands and altogether shout: Kapayapaan (peace). The colors of our skin might be different but we only have one world to live in. Hence, we altogether shout: Kapayapaan (Peace).

 

Encore

Es Buure Büebli arr. W. Ackermann
Let there be Peace on Earth Miller/Jackson/Ades