Aguinaldo

Aguinaldo is a folk genre of Christmas music in several Latin American countries, based on an archaic form of Spanish Christmas carols. Aguinaldo music is often performed by what is called parrandas—a casual group of people, often family or friends, who merrily go from house to house taking along their singing.

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Manuel Tinio - 1898
... dispatched the revenue cutter "McCulloch" to Hongkong to fetch Aguinaldo, who returned to the Philippines on May 19 ... On May 21 Aguinaldo issued a proclamation asking the nation to rally behind him in a second attempt to obtain independence ... Aguinaldo promptly established a Dictatorial Government on May 24, with himself as Supremo (supreme commander) and proclaimed Philippine Independence on June 12, 1898 ...
Aguinaldo, Ifugao - Barangays
... Aguinaldo is politically subdivided into 16 barangays ... Awayan Bunhian Butac Chalalo Damag Galonogon Halag Itab Jacmal Majlong Mongayang Posnaan Ta-ang Talite Ubao Buwag ...
Aguinaldo (disambiguation)
... Aguinaldo can refer to Aguinaldo, a folk genre of Christmas music Emilio Aguinaldo, former President of the Philippines Aguinaldo, Ifugao, a municipality in the Philippines Gen ... Emilio Aguinaldo, Cavite, a municipality in the Philippines ...
Schurman Commission - Survey Visit To The Philippines
... forces and Filipino forces under Emilio Aguinaldo ... spent a month meeting with Ilustrados who had deserted Aguinaldo's Malolos Republic government and studying the Malolos Constitution and other documents of Aguinaldo's revolutionary government ... under Otis advancing northwards from Manila, the seat of Aguinaldo's revolutionary government had been moved from Malolos to new headquarters in San Isidro, Nueva Ecija ...
Licerio Topacio
... They were Baldomero Aguinaldo, Daniel Tria Tirona, Felix Cuenca, Cayetano Topacio, Crispulo Aguinaldo, Antonio Montenegro, and an unidentified Magdalo leader ... The next choice was Emilio Aguinaldo, who was absent, defending the strategic Pasong Santol in Dasmariñas against repeated assaults by Lachambre’s troops ... Aguinaldo was elected president of the Revolutionary Government in absentia ...