Harana was a traditional form of courtship in the Philippines wherein men introduced themselves and/or wooed women by singing underneath her window at night. It was widely practiced in old Philippines with a set of protocols, a code of conduct and a specific style of music.
Includes different sizes:
12" x 16" Printed on Archival Heavyweight Paper (Matte)
16" x 20" Printed on Archival Heavyweight Paper (Matte)
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Sep 1, 2020
I received the two art prints and they are gorgeous. The print of the courtship reminds me so much of how my Lolo won over my Lola during WW2. I will always remember them through this. Thank you!