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08 Podhale 1 - basy 3-stringed cello and accompanying...

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Click icon to add picture Podhale Worlds of Music, chapter 5
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Podhale Poland's most southern region located in the foothills the Tatra mountains (part of the Carpathian mountain range) people: Gorale sometimes considered a separate ethnic group within Poland as an ethnic designation, formed around the late 19th- to early 20th -centuries
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góralski dance suite a dance for a single couple accompanied by a kapela ( string band) nuta (gorale term meaning melodic idea or tune type)
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góralski suite structure ozwodna – built upon 5-bar phrase krzesana or drobna or ozwodna zielona – ending tune or medley
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Review: bars or measures
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Harmonic Progression Joy to the World I, IV, V chords built on the 1st, 4th, and 5th steps of the scale: in the key of C: C DE F G AB C
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góralski suite, part 1 ozwodna 5-bar phrases (two beats per measure, so count out in 10 beats) ostinato played by
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Unformatted text preview: basy ( 3-stringed cello and accompanying violin) lead violin plays melody vocalist leads off the ozwodna góralski suite, part 2 ozwodna 5-bar phrases clear A phrase and B phrase B phrase ends in the tonic (the I chord), sounds “resolved”, coming back to the “home” note góralski suite, part 3 “trzy a ros” krzesana listen to the ostinato in the basy (the lowest notes you hear): DD AD DD AD DD AD modulation down at :58 góralski suite part 4 “po dwa” krzesana basy ostinato pattern: DD AA DD AA góralski suite, part 5 “ze stary” and “zielona” begins with sung couplets couplet: paired lines of poetry; often rhyming videos of goralski dancing goralski men’s dance goralski couple dance goralski dance kids Krzysztof Trebunia-Tutka...
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