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  • Vogore
    09.01.2020 at 18:21
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  • Dizahn
    11.01.2020 at 12:11
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    Isicathamiya (with the "c" pronounced as a dental click) is a singing style that originated from the South African oupnasdingwiracomrubbpergrabcornslovgo.coinfo European understanding, a cappella is also used to describe this form of singing. The word itself does not have a literal translation; it is derived from the Zulu verb -cathama, which means walking softly, or tread carefully. Reply
  • Zulusar
    10.01.2020 at 17:32
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    The spotlight is on the choir, therefore it is of extreme importance to perform well for the audience (in a concert) or congregation (in a church). In typical 18th to 20th century oratorios and masses, chorus or choir is usually understood to imply more than one singer per part, in contrast to the quartet of soloists also featured in these works. Reply
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  • Gardaran
    04.01.2020 at 23:54
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    Iscathamiya: Zulu Worker Choirs in South Africa [Heritage, ] Put off by its ethnographic audio, I shelved this as a field reference until my boundless thirst for knowledge induced me to take it out and turn it up. Whereupon it exploded. Reply
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