African Celt Sound System

Name some African forces
kora, talking drum
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Name some Celt forces
hurdy-gurdy, uilleann pipes, bodhrán, fiddle, whistle, accordion
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Name some Western dance forces
male vox, female vox, synthesisers (including string pad, soft pad, bells, string bass), breath samples, drum machine, electric piano, shaker and tambourine
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Name some playing techniques
glissando, ornamentation, double stopping, open and closed hi-hat
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What is the Structure like
There is a distinct verse form. It contains an intro, solos, breaks and an outro. There are no choruses in this piece and the piece contains three verses.
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Name features about the Melody
Use of nonsense lyrics,Main verse is syllabic, Some spoken parts, Short phrases, Limited range for the female vocal (6th). The male has a more extended range of a 13th, Vocal samples, Repetitive, Sense of improvisation from opening female vocals
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Name some Celt forces

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hurdy-gurdy, uilleann pipes, bodhrán, fiddle, whistle, accordion

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Name some Western dance forces

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Card 4

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Name some playing techniques

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Card 5

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What is the Structure like

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