Hi This is really helpful but i need to find out the exact date it was composed? Yiri is in the key of G flat major and is hexatonic meaning it is based on a size-note scale. ComScore is a media measurement and analytics company providing marketing data and analytics to enterprises, media and advertising agencies, and publishers. This is used to prevent bots and spam. Some articles have Vimeo videos embedded in them. This is otherwise known as ‘transcription. As a user in the EEA, your approval is needed on a few things.
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Edexcel GCSE Music- Yiri – Document in GCSE Music
Madou Kone — vocals, balaphone and flute.
Keresse Sanou — talking drum and Tidiane Hema who does vocals and plays the maracas. The word ‘Yiri’ means wood.
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Yiri (Basic Analysis)
Melody, Harmony and Tonality. I chose to do Something’s Coming. Hiri October 6, The majority of the piece has a layered texture, however the introduction has a monophonic texture.
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Yiri (Basic Analysis) – Document in GCSE Music
The djembe, a drum that is played with the hands. Anonymous January 4, Some articles have YouTube videos embedded in them. Layered musid are built up from independent lines that are designed to be heard together. This is known as an ostinato. Repetition of rhythms, harmonies and melodies to form ostinatos.
Thank you for all of your GCSE music posts, they’ve all been very useful – this one especially. After the introduction, the rest of the piece stays at a steady pulse. The balafon, an instrument similar to the xylophone but made up of wooden bars which are all tuned to different pitches.
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