Sheet music (chorale arrangement) of “Diwa ng Pasko”, composed and arranged by Ramon Tapale and Lucio San Pedro. by anna_tongco in sheet music. nightmusics. 39 subscribers. Subscribe · Diwa ng Pasko by Lucio SAN PEDRO – Santo Niño de CAA. Share. Info. Shopping. Tap to unmute. If playback doesn’t. Filipino composed by UP faculty, students or alumni and the competition piece Diwa ng Pasko composed by Ramon Tapales as arranged by Lucio San Pedro.

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Few hours from now, we will be celebrating the birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ and accompanying his birth are the melodious harks we sing for His honor.

Diwa ng Pasko

Christmas songs can be heard as early as my birthday comes to an end September 1st, my birthday is on August 31st and household just like my brothermalls, radio stations and elsewhere are already played. Not being too excited but it keeps on reminding people that Christmas is just around the corner. Even though I am considered a music addict, which different genre of music is what I love to hear, I also favor some Christmas songs.

These songs remind me that Christmas is not only about giving gifts, exchanging cards and sorts of food but also tell me that Jesus Christ is our savior. Now, may I share with you if you care? I will not include the interpretation or meaning of the lyrics of the Christmas songs I like the most because they only mean one thing, the joyful celebration of Christmas!

WN – diwa ng pasko by lucio san pedro santo niño de caa

Though this song sang first by Ariel Rivera, the rendition of Sarah Geronimo is the best. It seems that when she recorded this, she was crying and wholeheartedly interpreting the song. Maybe others will agree on me but to all Filipino singers who aspired to render this beautiful composition like Jed Maddela, Lea Salonga and the original, Ariel Rivera, I really bet for Sarah’s version. At kahit wala ka na, nangangarap at umaasa pa rin ako Muling makita ka at makasama ka Sa araw ng Pasko Originally sang by Kuh Ledesma with another version by Christian Bautista, eiwa has mixed with a romantic mode while celebrating Christmas.

My favorite scene on that movie was when the character of JLC came with the character of Bea doing Christmas shopping at Divisoria.

When I went to Divisoria for my own version of Christmas shopping, call me crazy but my background music is this song. Sapat na ang pagdiriwang Kapiling ka na tuwing sasapit ang Pasko Sa tamis ng ating suyuan Hanap ka ng ‘yong sintang nagmamahal, nayayanig sa lamig Naririnig ang dating himig na may lambing sa lilim ng ssan ito Sumasamo sa puso mo This song reminds me of my childhood Christmas celebration where we go to SM Makati to buy Christmas gifts and decorations at the same time.


This song intricately describe and explain how a Christmas tree is decorated with different lights, ribbons, stars, Christmas balls, sash and the star on top of the Christmas tree. Honestly, I prefer the most original version but I diaw find it. Whatever it is, whenever I hear this, Christmas is already coming! Kikindat-kindat, kukurap-kurap, pinaglalaruan ang iyong mata Habang lalong dumadami, regalo mo’y dagdagan I was already grown-up when I fully understood this beautiful song.

It only gives us learning that Christmas is not always about toys, money, clothes and other material things but as simple as peace, joy, hope and love is enough. Numerous singers have performed this classical song but I prefer Kelly Clarkson’s version because it is Kelly Clarkson!

This song tells us that everyone of us should have our own grown-up Christmas list that we should do. That wars would never stop And time would heal all hearts And everyone would have a friend And right would always nb And love would never end This is my grown-up Christmas list And she gave justice to it.

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This had been luico classical Christmas song written centuries ago but only Celine Dion can belt this beautifully and truly holy. When she sang this live, it was an amazing act that you can only cry after hearing this. This song depicts how truly that night when Jesus Christ was born, a very holy one. O night when Christ was born O night, o night divine Then ever, ever praise we I just love the feel of this song though Siakol is known for an underground paasko of music.

I never thought that they can actually create a beautiful Christmas song which gives us a complete face of a Filipino celebrating Christmas. The title of the song, it is just a greeting but with full of heart and conviction: Naitayo mo na ba ang Christmas tree? May pang-regalo ka na ba sa inaanak mong marami? Naisabit mo na ba ang parol? Sa okasyong ito, di ka na ba magagahol? At sa pagkakataong ito, kami naman ang babati! Sana’y maibigan niyong mga kanta, kung maaari.

Magpahinga na muna at sumandal lang sandali. Handa na ang aming tambol, gitara at buong barkada.

Maligayang Pasko at Manigong Bagong Taon sa inyo! Naibili ka na ba na damit na bago? May aginaldo ka na ba sa ninong at ninang mo? Gawa na ba ang ‘yong tambol na lata? Sa noche buena ba ay may kasalo kang pamilya? At sa pagkakataong ito kami naman ang aawit. Bagong matutunan niyong mga batang paslit. Itigil muna ang laro at sa ‘min ay lumapit.


At sa pagkakataong ito, magsama-sama tayo. Pagmamahal sa kapwa ay ilaganap sa mundo.

Sabay-sabay tayong umawit sa diwa ng Pasko. In all of the songs of the album, this is the only original composition. Turns out, it is for the Yuletide season. That kind of introductory music is an Itchyworm signature, a fast beat. And of course the chorus; “Every time I see you I hear there’s something that’ll make you smile So kiss me if you want to Don’t you worry if we’re apart I hope this season will be diea reason enough to make you smile I heard this in which is part of Christmas advertisement of Coca-Cola and again thought they only asked Train to compose a song for them.

Well, I made myself incorrect again because this was pakso Train’s song. If you will elaborately listen to the tune, you will hear the slogan tune of Coca-Cola. Last year, when Miss Universe happened in December, Train was invited to perform song for the girls and this was one of their repertoire. The song’s message is very simple, we need to shake up, wake up and come with everyone because its Christmastime! I hear your reindeer I see the snow there Your boots have been I’m gonna show them So they will know then Then love will grow and they believe again This is truly my most favorite Christmas song because of its full of tradition, which only the Philippines have in the whole world.

The whole song, I say, really gives me goosebumps! Just listen and feel the spirit of Christmas through Simbang Gabi! But I can’t help it, I just love this: Siyam na gabi, gumigising sa tugtog pedrl kampanang walang tigil Maaga kami kinabukasan, lalakad kaming langkay-langkay Babatiin ang ninong at ninang ng ‘Maligayang Pasko po’ at hahalik ng kamay Nicholas and so much more.

For me, this really acknowledges not only the celebration of Christmas by means of generosity, thoughtfulness and happiness but all about the birth of Jesus and making Him the King of all Kings. And when you hear that kind of bell, it is got to be Christmastime! Loudly proclaim with one accord, the happy tale, welcome the Lord Ring Christmas bells sound far and near, the birthday of Jesus is here Herald the news to lhcio and young, tell it psako all in every tongue