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Hudhud. UNESCO Proclaimed Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. ©NCCA - Intangible Heritage Committee, Manila 2005
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Hudhud. UNESCO Proclaimed Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity

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This element is composed of a multimedia packet that documents a vanishing tradition that celebrates the enduring virtues of the Ifugao people, and shows why the Hudhud remains an important source of information regarding Ifugao culture.

The packet contains an interactive VCD, as well as an audio CD (Bugan Ke Aliguyon) with sound recordings realised during the harvest month of June in Barangay Baguinge, Kiangan, Ifugao.

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Place/Country: Philippines
Type: Ethnographic
Extract: 11 min.
Credits: NCCA - Intangible Heritage Committee - Manila, producer. UNESCO, co-producer ; Japan Funds-in-Trust, co-producer.
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