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Other panpipes gammu burui 14 tubes set into two

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Other panpipes: gammu burui, 14 tubes set into two groups “Kutirimunapaq” in pentatonic, other panpipe music in diatonic scales Sanjuan Quichua of northern Andes of Ecuador Comunas Mount Cotacachie Quichua centuries, 1 million speak Farmers o Regional dialect, a common dress, common material culture, markets, weddings, child’s wake Sense of community Sanjuan as a culture History 1860’s: song, dance, and festival St. John Today’s use of harp to accompany Diatonic harp: because you can play only in one key Harp as a native instrument Imbabura harp: the type of harp that can be found in this region(Imbabura) Oddity among harpists Raul’s harp: shape, color, cedar wood, wooden nails, 2 sound holes, pole Strings: gut-bass and middle register, from dried animal intestines, nylon strings —middle registers, and steel strings—for higher register or melody Tullu (bone) Environmental determinism “Muyu muyari warmigu” aka “Please return beautiful woman” Efrian Glpe, golpeador Treble strings with stronger hands Repetition and motives Phrase—8 beats long, duple couplets Major and minor keys, related keys bimodality Metaphor of walking Key word substitution Formulaic expression in oral tradition Regional styles of Sanjuan Cada Ilajta, every community Organology: study of musical instruments Sanjuan genre
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