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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Mga Bayaning at Natatanging Filipino (Filipino Heroes and Artists)

Sa pagsasaliksik po natin ay nakatisod tayo ng listahan ng mga natatanging Filipino (List of Notable Filipinos) at mga Filipinong nagpasimula ng mga mabubuti at natatanging bagay sa ating bansa. Andiyan sina Macario Adriatico, ang Ama ng Manila Charter; Natalio Bacalso, Hari ng mga Manunulat na Bisaya; Isabelo delos Reyes, ang Ama ng Sektor ng Mangagawa sa Pilipinas at marami pang iba.

Sana ay maging kapaki-pakinabang ang listahang ito sa lahat...

Bonifacio Abdon - father of modern kundiman
Nicanor Abelardo - master of kundiman
Napoleon Abueva - father of modern Philippine sculpture
Avelino Galang Adriano - dean of furniture makers
Macario Adriatico - father of Manila charter
Faustino Aguilar - Alexander Dumas of the Philippines
Emilio Aguinaldo - first Philippine president
Arturo Alcaraz - father of geothermal energy development
Dalisay Aldaba - great little butterfly from the Philippines
Benjamin Almeda - father of Filipino inventors
Fernando Amorsolo - grand old man of Philippine art
Pablo Antonio - renaissance man
Cecilio Apostol - prince of poets in Spanish
Francisca Reyes Aquino - folk dance pioneer
Melchora Aquino - grand old woman of revolution
Francisco Arcellana - an artist of a very monster
Nora Aunor - superstar
Lamberto Avellana - boy wonder of Philippine movies
Natalio Bacalso - king of Visayan writers
Francisco dela Cruz Balagtas - father of Philippine literature
Jose Bautista - giant of Philippine Journalism
Ishmael Bernal - the genius of Philippine cinema
Andres Bonifacio - the great plebian
Pedro Bukaneg - father of Ilocano Poetry
Felipe Calderon - author of the Malolos Constitution
Patronicio Tagamora de Carvajal - dean of stars in Philippine theater
Modesto Castro - prince of Tagalog prose
Narciso Claveria - count of Manila
Levi Celerio - poet of Philippine music
Pilita Corales - Asia's queen of songs
Gregoria de Jesus - Lakambini
Jose Corazon de Jesus - father of Balagtasan
Sharon Cuneta - megastar
Atang dela Rama - the once and future star
Felipe de Leon - nationalist composer
Gerardo de Leon - master filmmaker
Narcisa de Leon - grand old woman of Philippine movies
Isabelo delos Reyes - father of Philippine labor movement
Gregorio del Pilar - hero of Tirad Pass
Marcelo del Pilar - father of Philipppine Journalism
Bert del Rosario - father of Tagalog short stories
Nieves Baens del Rosario - champion of the workingman
Geminiano de Ocampo - father of modern ophthalmology in the Philippines
Jose Drillon - father of Philippine agribusiness
Victor Edades - father of modern Philippine painting
Josefa Llanes Escoda - Florence Nightingale of the Philippines
Alberto Feliciano - Dr. Filipino
Julian Felipe - father of national anthem
Juan Flores - dean of Filipino woodcarvers
Germie Fontilla - queen of chess
Jovita Fuentes - the Philippines' prima donna
Eugenio Juan Gonzales - father of Philippine condominiums
Leonor Orosa Goquingco - mother of Philippine theater dance
Fernando Ma. Guerrero - prince of Filipino lyric poets in Spanish
Leon Ma. Guerrero - father of Philippine botany
Luis Guerrero - dean of medicine in the Philippines
Wilfredo Ma. Guerrero - pioneer of outreach theater
Laureano Guevarra - father of Marikina shoe industry
Amando Hernandez - poet for the common man
Guillermo Hernandez - dean of Filipino sportscasters
Jose Hernandez - dean of Filipino diplomats
Graciano Lopez Jaena - prince of Filipino orators
Emilio Jacinto - brain of the Katipunan
Nick Joaquin - megabuck writer
Maximo Kalaw - father of political science in the Philippines
Lucrecia Kasilag - tita king
Amparo Lardizabal - teacher of teachers
Trinidad Legarda - mother of the symphony movement in the Philippines
Cesar Legaspi - trailblazer of modern Philippine art
Leandro Locsin - a poet of space
Jose Luna - official physician of the revolution
Apolinario Mabini - the sublime paralytic
Joce Maceda - the ethnomusicologist
Vicente Madrigal - charcoal king
Teresa Magbanua - Visayan Joan of Arc
Ramon Magsaysay - champion of the masses
Francisco Makabuhos - liberator of Tarlac
Jose Malcampo - count of Mindanao
Anastacio Mamaril - trumpet king of the Philippines
Jose "Pitoy" Moreno - dean of Filipino couturiers
Juak Nakpil - pioneer in Philippine architecture
Jose Nepomuceno - father of Filipino movies
Hernando Ocampo - radical modernist
Sergio Osmena Sr. - architect of Filipino nationalism
Jose Palma - poet soldier
Rafael Palma - apostle of Filipinism
Jose Ma. Panganiban - avenger of Filipino honor
Valeriano Hernandez Pena - father of modern Tagalog novels
Leon Pichay - king of Ilocano poets
Fernando Poe Jr. - king of action films
Manuel Quezon - father of Philippine national language
Carlos Quirino - man for all seasons
Dolphy Quizon - king of comedy films
Claro M. Recto - Paladin of Philippine nationalism
Bobby Regiono - banjo king
Jose Rizal - pride of the Malay race
Alejandro Roces Sr. - exponent of modern Journalism
Lolita Rodriquez - first lady of Philippine movies
Carlos P. Romulo - hero of the republic
Tessie Rumarao - queen of hula-hoop
Lucio San Pedro - creative nationalist
Francisco Santiago - father of nationalism in Philippine music
Lope K. Santos - laureate of Tagalog literature
Vilma Santos - star for all seasons
Gloria Sevilla - queen of Visayan movies
Diego Silang - liberator of the Ilocos
Gabriela Silang - Joan of Arc of Ilocandia
Trinidad Perez Tecson - mother of Philippine Red Cross
Rolando Tinio - creative genius
Guillermo Tolentino - father of Philippine arts
Lina Flor Trinidad - dean of Filipino soap operas
Lucrecia Reyes Urtula - the woman behind Bayanihan Dance Co.
Teodoro Valencia - dean of columnists
Luis Rodriguez Varela - the first Filipino
Jose Gacia Villa - international poet
Gliceria Marella Villavicencio - godmother of revolution
Flavio Zaragoza - poet laureate in Ilongo literature

Main sources of information include Julio Silverio's Diksiyunaryo ng mga Unang Pinoy.


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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

its so many natatanging filipino in this page

Lester said...

sige supsupin mo pa titi ko
kung gusto nyo supsupin titi ko
anytime anywhere iam lester mag post lng kayo kung gusto nyo

Charmain said...

papa lester gusto ko salsal ng titi ang pogi mo pa la

Lorenzbien said...

bket uala c pacquiao ?

shenbrood said...

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Aldrenvillacruz said...

sir uhmn..hanap kc ako nung mga natatanging pilipipno from luzon, visayas and mindanao ang hirap hanapin..madami sana to kaso dko lam kng mga taga san ung iba..