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Filipino artists for national democracy

Songs of the Philippine revolution
Page #2


Songs page #1

Internasyunal
Ang masa
Araw ng manggagawa
Awit ng pagasa
Awit ng tagumpay
Bandilang pula
Di magagaping diwa
Diwang walang takot
Gumising ka kabataan


Songs page #2

Higit na matatag
Huwad na kalayaan
Luksampati
Manggagawa at magbubukid
Martsa kan Bikolania
Martsa ng bayan
Martsa ng pagkakaisa
Mendiola


Songs page #3

Mutya
Pagbabalikwas
Pag-ibig sa tinubuang lupa
Tambang
Tano
The Internationale


Higit na matatag

The proletarian leadership is stronger and will lead us to triumph!


Huwad na kalayaan

"Huwad na kalayaan" was composed in Stockade 4, Camp Crame, June 12, 1975. The bureacrat capitalist state mandated that 12 June 1898 as the day the Philippines became "independent." However, the Filipino people were not truly emancipated from relentless cruelty.


Luksampati

This is a song of tribute to the martyrs who fought to break the shackles of oppression. They have given new strength to the struggle, thus they will never die.


Manggagawa at magbubukid

In the unstoppable course of history, triumph belong to the workers and peasants.


Martsa_kan_Bikolania

This is a song contributed by dedicated revolutionaries who themselves laid down their lives for the people. The lyrics are in the Bikol dialect.


Martsa ng bayan

Those from the oppressed ranks of society, heed the call of the struggle!


Martsa ng pagkakaisa

This is a song dedicated to the union of workers and peasants.


Mendiola

This song depicts mass actions on Mendiola. Many excesses by the fascist state and the gluttons it serve have been done there. One of which is the infamous Mendiola massacre where demonstrating farmers were fired upon by military assault rifles. About 80 were seriously wounded and 13 killed. The enemy naively believes that it has instilled fear in the people. It rather has made the struggle more powerful.