African A Capella

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Where is the origin of African A Capella?
Zulu, South Africa, 20th Century
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Name three feautures (A)
Shouts, Call and Response and Rolling r's
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What is meant by the term a capella?
Unaccompanied means singing without a backing or accompaniment
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Descirbe the movements or steps you would expect to see in this type of dancing
Stamps and Tip toes to keep eveeryone in time
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Name a well known choir known for this type of singing
The Ladywood Blacksmith
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What is it normally sung in?
It is normally sung in a homophonic texture
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Name three features (B)
Whispering, Falsetto,Ulutations
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What are the two main styles of a capella singing?
Mbube and Iscathamiya
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What is Mbube?
Loud and powerful, high pitched soloist and usually sung in homoponic or polyphonic
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What is Iscathamiya?
Soft and gentle, focus on blending voices, harmonious and refined sound
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What is the Lion King and Example of?
Iscathamiya
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Name three feautures (A)

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Shouts, Call and Response and Rolling r's

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What is meant by the term a capella?

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Descirbe the movements or steps you would expect to see in this type of dancing

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Name a well known choir known for this type of singing

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