- Made up of a 1 bar motif, repeated to form an ostinato.
- This is introduced in the live guitar and top 4 guitar parts playing at different times to create a canon.
- Note addition is used to thicken melody.
- The melody is a resultant melody, meaning notes are individualy selected from other guitar parts.
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Harmony and Tonality
- Tonal Ambiguity at the begining
- Hints of E minor when the bass guitar is introduced.
- 3 chord sequences: C, Bm, E5 - C, D, Em - C, D, Bm
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- 1 live guitar (amplified), 7 pre-recorded guitars, 2 pre-recorded bass guitars
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Rhythm, Metre and Tempo
- 3/2 and 12/8
- 192 crochets per min
- Rhythmic displacement
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- Builds up gradually in layers
- Use of panning
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- 3 Main sections:
- 1) A Syncopated quaver motif
- 2) A new syncopated quaver motif
- 3) A more sustained motif
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