Tinapay Ng Buhay: A Filipino Choral Piece by Manuel V. Francisco
Tinapay Ng Buhay (Bread of Life) is a Filipino choral piece composed by Manuel V. Francisco, a Jesuit priest and musician. The song is based on the Gospel of John 6:35, where Jesus says, \"I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me will never hunger, and whoever believes in me will never thirst.\" The song expresses the faith and devotion of the Filipino people to Jesus, who is their source of nourishment and strength.
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The song was originally written for solo voice and guitar, but it has been arranged for various vocal ensembles, such as SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, bass), SAB (soprano, alto, bass), and SSA (soprano 1, soprano 2, alto). The SATB version is one of the most popular and widely performed arrangements of the song. It features four-part harmony, with each voice part having its own melody and rhythm. The song has a moderate tempo and a simple structure, consisting of an introduction, two verses, a refrain, and a coda.
The lyrics of the song are in Filipino, with some words in Spanish. The song uses metaphors and imagery to describe the relationship between Jesus and his followers. For example, the first verse says, \"Sa pagkain ng tinapay na ito / Ako'y iyo nang lubusan / Sa pag-inom ng alak na ito / Ako'y iyo nang ganap\" (By eating this bread / I am yours completely / By drinking this wine / I am yours fully). The refrain says, \"Ikaw ang tinapay ng buhay / Ikaw ang tubig na nagbibigay-buhay / Ikaw ang pag-asa ng puso ko / Ikaw ang buhay kong walang hanggan\" (You are the bread of life / You are the water that gives life / You are the hope of my heart / You are my eternal life).
The song can be downloaded as a PDF file from various online sources, such as Musescore.com[^1^] [^3^] and Scribd.com[^2^]. The PDF file contains the sheet music for the SATB arrangement, with the lyrics, chords, and notation. The file size is about 12 MB. The song can also be listened to online or offline using various music apps or players.
Fr. Manoling entered the Society of Jesus in 1984, after graduating from Ateneo de Manila University with a degree in Philosophy. He studied Theology at Loyola School of Theology and was ordained a priest in 1995. He also obtained a Master of Music degree from the University of the Philippines College of Music in 2000. He is currently a professor of Systematic Theology and Liturgical Music at Loyola School of Theology, and the director of Jesuit Music Ministry, a division of Jesuit Communications Foundation.
Fr. Manoling has composed over 200 songs, many of which have become staples in Filipino liturgical celebrations. Some of his most popular songs include \"Tanging Yaman\", \"Hindi Kita Malilimutan\", \"Sa 'Yo Lamang\", \"Pananagutan\", \"Huwag Kang Mangamba\", \"Ito ang Araw\", and \"Dakilang Amen\". His songs have been recorded by various Filipino artists, such as Basil Valdez, Regine Velasquez, Gary Valenciano, Jamie Rivera, Piolo Pascual, Erik Santos, and Sarah Geronimo. His songs have also been translated into other languages, such as English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Indonesian.
Fr. Manoling's music is characterized by its simplicity, beauty, and depth. His melodies are catchy and easy to sing, while his lyrics are poetic and meaningful. His music reflects his spirituality and theology, as well as his love for the Filipino culture and people. His music also expresses his social awareness and advocacy for justice, peace, and human dignity. He has written songs for various causes and occasions, such as the EDSA People Power Revolution, the Papal Visits to the Philippines, the Typhoon Yolanda Relief Efforts, and the Philippine Bicentennial Celebration. c481cea774