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Isang Awitin sa Paggunita ng Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa at Pagkilala sa Galing ng Atletang Pilipino!

Mga kababayan sa Japan, nais pong ihandog sa inyo ng Philippine Embassy sa Japan at Sentro Rizal – Tokyo ang espesyal na pagtatanghal ng grupong Young Voices of the Philippines para sa Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa. Ngayong August 19 ang ika-143 Anibersaryo ng Kaarawan ng ating dating Pangulong Manuel L. Quezon, isa sa mga unang nagtaguyod ng pagkakaroon ng wikang pambansa ng Pilipinas.

Inihahandog din ang pagtatanghal na ito ng YVP sa mga atletang Pilipino na matagumpay na nakilahok sa Tokyo 2020 Olympics at pagkilala din sa mga atletang maglalaro sa darating na Tokyo 2020 Paralympics. Mabuhay po kayong lahat!

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As part of the online celebration of the “Buwan ng WIkang Pambansa” this August, the Philippine Embassy in Japan and Sentro Rizal-Tokyo feature the Young Voices of the Philippines with their rendition of the song “Lipad.”

“Lipad” is the soundtrack of a 2008 Philippine animated movie with music and words by Jessie Lasaten and Temi Abad Jr. It is an uplifting and motivational song about believing in your skills and talents, as these are the tools that can help you reach your dreams.

The song’s message inspired the dedication of this particular performance of the Young Voices of the Philippines to all the Philippine athletes – the Olympic athletes for their great performance in the recently concluded Tokyo 2020 Olympics and the Paralympic athletes for rising above the challenges as they compete in the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.

The Young Voices of the Philippines (YVP) is one of the choirs performing under the Treble Choir Association of the Philippines (TCAP), Inc. The YVP is a church and community choir, with members coming from a variety of social backgrounds. These young Philippine choristers are trained by internationally recognized children’s choir experts Dr. Maria Theresa Vizconde-Roldan and Professor Jude B. Roldan.