Embodying the New Society
The Philippine Madrigal Singers
This chapter deals with the rise of the Philippine Madrigal Singers as ambassadors of a modern nation expanding into an international community and delves into the cultural politics that members of a nationalized ensemble experienced during the New Society of the Marcos regime. It traces the biography of the ensemble's founder, Andrea Veneracion,through the incorporation of the group as a national performing group under the auspices of the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
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