This quantitative-qualitative research was born out of the management and sustainability principles used for collecting, preserving, promoting, producing, and marketing in terms of social, cultural, and instructional uses of the selected original Ilonggo music compositions (OIMC). There were seven music genres composed of folk music, pop music, rap music, March, Hymn, inspirational music, and religious music. Each genre has two receptive OIMC purposely selected and served as materials for this study for a total of fourteen (14) compositions. Three sets of questionnaire were prepared for composers, listeners, and music teachers. Moreover, interview questions were prepared to get a deeper answer for this study. Several composers answered on the making of music composition. The listeners from the community answered on the sustenance of the music. The music teachers is randomly selected elementary and high school in the City of Iloilo, Iloilo Province, Bacold City, Negros Occidental Province, and Guimaras Province gave importance to the uses of OIMC in the classroom for instruction. Prepared questions for the participants were evaluated by the experts. There were twenty seven (27) listeners and thirty three (33) music teachers, thirteen of whom were from high school and twenty from elementary. For descriptive analyses, mean standard deviation, rank, frequency, and percentage were employed. It was found out that majority of the participants were familiar with the OIMC presented to them. By rank, "Dalawidaw" ranked 1 (M=3.00, SD=.00) and "Ang Balay nga Duitay" ranked 2 (M=28.9, SD=46), both were described 'familiar' to the participants. Listeners of sustainability of OIMC indicated "moderately sustained" with overall mean of M=2.11,SD=.44. Majority of the music teachers on sustainability of OIMC described them as "high sustained". Composers and music teachers on management of OIMC in terms of social aspect had overall mean of M=2.29, SD=.42 and M=2.28, SD=.26 and both were described as moderately managed, for cultural, composers had overall mean of M=2.4, SD=.64 described as moderately managed and music teachers' overall mean was M=2.75, SD=.33 described highly managed. For marketability aspects, composers had overall mean of M=2.28, SD=.64 described moderately managed and music teachers had overall mean of M=2.62, SD=.22 described as highly managed. Results of interviews were transcribed verbatim. For listeners, sustainability of OIMC was determined through their continuous listening via radio and media sources, promotion and singing. For music teachers, the same activity with the listeners and the use of OIMC as instructional materials was revealed. The listeners showed support and positive used of the OIMC by either buying the CD or downloading from the internet. The music teachers used the selected materials for instruction, as motivation or brain storming material, and as main lesson. Majority of the composers have pleasant life and are capable of producing their creative works. Sources such as libraries , schools, and friends in the field of music managed to sustain the survival of the original Ilonggo music compositions.