Philippine National Anthem during the late 1970’s (Marcos regime)

1990s version (digital copy version):
1990-December 30, 1994 (for ABS-CBN, PTV, GMA, RPN, IBC), 1992-December 30, 1994 (for ABC-5 and SBN World TV-21), October 31, 1993-December 30, 1994 (for CTV-31) (produced by Philippine Airlines, arranged by Lucio San Pedro and performed in a Capella by UP Concert Chorus) (high-quality picture and high-volume audio sound version without any logos and watermarks) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCWmzbmxk64) Ang lupang hinirang na pinapakita sa TV nung early 1990’s? yung umpisa may bata na kumakanta. may hawak ata sya na kandila.
“A Tribute to the Filipino People by Philippine Airlines”
Performed by University of the Philippines Concert Chorus
Directed by Lucio San Pedro, National Artist
The original video where most of the footages come from Philippine Airlines’ Ad, “Shining Through” and the music goes the slower version of the lines of the national anthem goes “Bayang Magiliw, Perlas ng Silanganan, Alab ng Puso sa dibdib mo’y buhay. Lupang Hinirang, duyan ka ng magiting, sa manlulupig di ka pasisiil”. The main music of the national anthem goes: “Bayang Magiliw, Perlas ng Silanganan, Alab ng Puso sa dibdib mo’y buhay.Lupang Hinirang, duyan ka ng magiting, sa manlulupig di ka pasisiil sa dagat at bundok, sa simoy at sa langit mong bughaw, may dilag ang tula at awit sa paglayang minamahal, ang kislap ng watawat mo’y tagumpay na nagniningning; ang bituin at araw niya, kailan pa may di magdidilim. Lupa ng araw, ng luwalhati’t pagsinta, buhay ay langit sa piling mo (sa piling mo). Aming ligaya na pag may mang-aapi…ANG MAMATAAAYYY NANGGG DAAAHIIILLL SAYOOO!!!”
December 30, 1994-1998 (for ABS-CBN-2, PTV-4, ABC-5, RPN-9, IBC-13, World TV-21, RJTV-29 and CTV-31), December 30, 1994-August 22, 2010 (for GMA-7), August 27, 1995-1998 (for Citynet 27), October 12 1996-1998 (for Studio 23), November 11, 2005-August 22, 2010 (for QTV-11) (The project was undertaken by the Advertising Foundation of the Philippines with production by ACES under Jun Castro, with the whole production being sponsored by the Bank of the Philippine Islands, performed by Philippine Madrigal Singers and Integrated National Police Orchestra) (high-quality picture and high-volume audio sound version without any logos and watermarks) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ck8todiybXQ)
Launched on TV on the noon of December 30, 1994.

This official version of our National Anthem was developed by the Philippine National Centennial Commission on December 30, 1994-1995. It was in preparation for the centennial celebrations. The project was undertaken by the Advertising Foundation of the Philippines with production by ACES under Jun Castro, with the whole production being sponsored by the BPI. The tempo is how it should be sung and played as it was originally composed in the March tradition.
Transcript:
Male voice-over goes “Sa taong sanlibo siyam na raan siyam na pu’t walo, ipagdiriwang natin ang sandaan taong kalayaan, ngayon pa lang, sariwain na natin ang kahulugang ito sa mga titik ng ating Pambansang Awit.” In the video, you can see the “Philippine Centennial” logo designed by Edgardo Santiago and slogan “Kalayaan, Kayamanan ng Bayan” by Joachim Medroso. The rising sun shines its rays over a red and royal blue striped ribbon, twirled to form the figure 100. Underneath are the three stars which are also in the Philippine flag. The slogan aptly states the reason for the nationhood–that indeed, freedom is the true wealth of the nation. The gold “Philippine Centennial” is reversed to frame all elements.
(Voiced by Minnie Manahan): “Tayo po ay magsitayo, ilagay ang kanan kamay sa dibdib at awitin natin sabay-sabay ang Pambansang Awit.”
and the performed by the Philippine Madrigal Singers and the Integrated National Police Orchestra. The main music of the national anthem begins as the ancient map of the Islas de las Filipinas, a golden sunrise at sea to match the Pearl of the Orient line in the Hymn, revolutionary soldiers in rayadillo uniform, General Gregorio del Pilar, the three martyred priests of Cavite or the Gomburza, revolutionary soldiers in a battle scene, a faded glimpse of Old Manila before the Revolution, the Noli Me Tangere cover and its author, Jose P. Rizal, the KKK Banner of Katipunan, it’s Supremo, Andres Bonifacio, General Aguinaldo who at Kawit proclaimed Philippine Independence, an old Filipino flag whose blazing sun is caricatured as a human face, Rizal, Marcelo del Pilar and Mariano Ponce who edited the newspaper “La Solidaridad”, the sewing of the First Philippine Flag in Hong Kong by Marcela Agoncillo, her daughter Lorenza and Josefina Herbosa de Natividad; the Malolos Congress, Rizal’s execution by firing squad at Bagumbayan, and as a finale, a huge Philippine Flag, blown by gentle breeze unfurls to hug the whole screen.
Sa katapusan ng bidyo, ito’y sinasabi: “Sandaang taong kalayaan ipinagdiriwang ng Bank of the Philippine Islands, saksi sa ating kasayasayan” plus there is a Special Thanks to.
(This was played earlier at the Ayala Land Stockholders’ Meeting.)
1998-2000 (for ABS-CBN), 1998-2003 (for PTV) (the centennial version of Philippine National Anthem aired on ABS-CBN-2 and PTV-4, client is Philippine National Centennial Commission, Creative are WILLA MAGLALANG, GRACE CHONG and MARK FLORES, Account Management by NORBERT PINEDA, PATRICK SISON and TITUS ARCE, Broadcast Production by BETH MOLINA MAQUILING, directed by Vitt Romero, produced by DYR-Alcantara and Production Village Corporation) (high-quality picture and high-volume audio sound version without any logos and watermarks)
The flute playing the anthem, the flag is upside down. Meaning the red is on top, a representation of war by the soldiers. After the drum roll, the male voice-over announcer says “Mga kababayan, awitin natin ang Lupang Hinirang, ang Pambansang Awit ng Pilipinas.”
The main music of the national anthem begins as the blending of the children’s voices to match the Pearl of the Orient line in the Hymn and led raising of the Philippine Flag with the adult ones show that their patriotism as Filipinos lives on forever, showing the shots of Rizal Monument, the people. While the scenes from the TV commercial of Expo Pilipino titled “Kawit” directed by Vitt Romero and Rizal’s execution by firing squad at Bagumbayan and as a finale, the male voice-over announcer says “Ang watawat at pambansang awit ay sagisag ng ating pagka-Pilipino. Igalang natin at ipagpitagan ang mga ito” with logo of Philippine Centennial plus there is a Special Thanks to.
June 12, 2003-June 11, 2012 (aired on BEAM TV-31, produced by Office of the Press Secretary, Philippine Information Agency and Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office) (shot in 16:9 1080i Digital High-Definiton Technology)

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