A4 - Yiri

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Information about Yiri for the Edexcel GCSE Music course.

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A4 - Yiri
1 Instrumentation
1.1 Melodic
1.1.1 Balafon
1.1.1.1 Plays Tremelo
1.1.2 Voices
1.2 Drums
1.2.1 Djembe
1.2.2 Donno / Talking Drum
1.2.3 Dundun
1.3 Other
1.3.1 Piece ends with TamTam
1.3.2 Maracas
1.3.3 Flute
2 Features of African Music
2.1 Repetition / Ostinato
2.2 Improvisation
2.3 Polyphonic Texture
2.4 Call & Response
2.5 Polyrhythms
2.6 Cross-Rhythms
2.7 Syncopated Rhythms
2.8 Oral Tradition
3 Structure
3.1 Introduction
3.1.1 1. Solo Balafon
3.1.1.1 2. 2nd balafon joins in (in octaves)
3.1.1.1.1 3. Drums join in
3.2 Main Section
3.2.1 1. Chorus 1 (Vox in unison)
3.2.1.1 2. Short Instrumental
3.2.1.1.1 3. Chorus 2
3.2.1.1.1.1 4. Call & Response
3.2.1.1.1.1.1 5. Chorus
3.3 Coda / Outro
3.3.1 5 Repetitions of a riff with short rests, then final bell (tamtam) 'ting'
4 Other important things
4.1 Burkina Faso
4.1.1 West Africa
4.2 Oral Tradition
5 Texture & Dynamics
5.1 Layered Texture plus...
5.1.1 Monophonic Introduction
5.1.2 Occasional heterophonic textures
5.1.2.1 Slight variation on a melody
5.2 Little dynamic variation
6 Melody, Harmony & Tonality
6.1 Gb Major
6.2 Hexatonic
6.3 Falling Phrases
6.4 Emphasis on Gb and Db
7 Rhythm, Metre & Tempo
7.1 4/4 (mainly)
7.2 Free tempo to start
7.2.1 Then steady pulse
7.3 Syncopation, Cross Rhythms and Triplets are used
7.4 Mainly quavers & semiquavers
7.4.1 + fills

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