EBS occasion exceptional program, An interesting and extremely fun family game with the 90s Ethiopian craftsmen. Ethiopian music is a term that can mean any music of Ethiopian beginning, notwithstanding, frequently it is applied to classification, a particular modular framework that is pentatonic, with typically long spans between certain notes. The music of the Ethiopian Highlands utilizes a central modular framework called qenet, of which there are four primary modes: tezeta, bati, ambassel, and anchihoy.
Three extra modes are a minor departures from the abovementioned: tezeta minor, bati major, and bati minor. A few melodies take the name of their qenet, for example, tizita, a tune of memory. At the point when played on customary instruments, these modes are for the most part not tempered (that is, the pitches might go astray somewhat from the Western-tempered tuning framework), yet when played on Western instruments like pianos and guitars, they are played utilizing the Western-tempered tuning framework.
Music in the Ethiopian good countries is for the most part monophonic or heterophonic. In certain southern regions, some music is polyphonic. Dorze polyphonic singing (edho) may utilize up to five sections; Majangir, four sections. In the good countries, conventional string instruments incorporate the masenqo (otherwise called masinko), a one-string bowed lute; the krar (otherwise called kirar), a six-string lyre; and the begena, a huge ten-string lyre.
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