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Flynn Reed M8 Zimbabwe

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Debra Goldstein

on 10 February 2014

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Transcript of Flynn Reed M8 Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is the capital of South Africa.
Music Umbrella
Pitch High and low
Dynamics Forte
Tembre Kind, Soft and Sweet
Tempo Allegro
Traditional Music
Vocals

Mbira

African Drums
Traditional Music
The sound of Zimbabwe's traditional music is allegro. The tembre is sweet, soft and kind. In the video I watched it had children singing it, that's why it was sweet. The pitch is high and low because they mix the voices together. That is the sound of traditional music in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe has a republic government.
Some major rivers include the Zambezi, Luenha, Mazowe and the Kadzi River.
Musicians
Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudi born September 22, 1952 in Highfield, Salisbury, he plays vocals.
Simon Chimbetu born September 23, 1955 in Harare, Zimbabwe died August 14, 2005, he played vocals.
Alick Macheso born in Shamva, Zimbabwe on January 1, 1968, he plays the vocals.
Arenas In Zimbabwe
There is no stages, arenas or stadiums in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe Ceremonies
The function of music in Zimbabwe is to spread
religious beliefs and also just for fun!
The people of Zimbabwe are mostly Christian so they celebrate Easter and Christmas. Zimbabwe's dances always change, one dance is the Mbende Jerusarema . Languages include English, Northern Ndebele, and Shona.
Conclusion
Important Information
Zimbabwe is the capital of South Africa
It has a Republic government
Zimbabwe is mostly Christian
They speak English, Northern Ndebele, and Shona
Sources
Google Images
Wikipedia
Google Search
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