Lessons in traditional music revitalise indigenous self-identity

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Traditional music is being used in the Philippines as a creative way to engage indigenous youth in the dialogue about self-identity.

Julius Ceasar Daguitan is a member of the Igorot people living in the Cordillera Region of the South-East Asian country.

Sophie Outhwaite asked him how he uses music and song to help children explore the distinctive nature of their culture.

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