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Irish Air vs English language song
AABA vs ABBA; Irish air has larger range
Portaireacht bheil
dydeling
three types of Irish instrumental
harp tunes; slow air; fast dance
Irish solo dancing vs group
solo dancing is reel, jig, hornpipes- competitive
group is polka, slow paced set dance, slide- social
Africanisms
tonal/conversational;
improvisation;
complex polyphonic structure;
layered ostinatos w/ varied repetition;
distinctive pitch systems & scales;
timbral variety
instruments of fontomfrom
dawuro (idiophone; rhythmic foundation); from, eguankoba (1+2), atumpan (all membranophone)
jeli families & instruments (+order of prominence)
Balafon: Kouyate
Ngoni (banjolike instrument): Diabate
Kora (harplike): Sissoko
Regions of Peru:
Andes, Amazon, coast
Languages of Peru:
Spanish, Quechua, Aymara
Andean instruments:
bombo (drum); siku (panflutes); tarka (flutes); quena (flutes)
Afro-Peruano instruments
Quijada (jawbone intruments); cajon (box drum)