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Análisis musical y herramientas de experimentación con el joropo

Proyecto Artístico
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Diego Duque

on 16 March 2016

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Transcript of Análisis musical y herramientas de experimentación con el joropo

JOROPO
AN APPROACH BETWEEN JAZZ AND JOROPO

Instrumentation
The main goal in the research project is to approach jazz musicians with Colombian traditional music supplying them with designed arrangements for jazz quartet. In this way the whole music process will be explained in order to introduce this music to musicians from other parts of the world. In addition, it will provide sheet music with melodies, harmonies and bass lines of ten “golpes” of joropo.
Background
RHYTHMIC PATTERNS
Objectives
Chipola
Conclusions
Derecho
joropo
Alma llanera-Pedro Elías Gutiérrez
The joropo is the expression that identifies the music of the plains of Colombia and Venezuela also means many traditions, where peasants express their daily lives through music. These people are dedicated mostly to cattle and work in the countryside.
Edmar Castañeda
Corrido
Merengue
Impulso - Diego Duque
Joropo and Jazz have been a musical expression that was recorded and transformed from a rural to an urban form, like blues, that being originally a peasant singing with ancestral roots in music and slave labor, then turned to a more stylized path due to studies and the contributions that each musician has made along the years.
The study of joropo and the process of experimentation with jazz led me to develop strong rhytmic concepts that can be applied to create original music. In addition, the transcription process was vital to achieve it.
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