The quarter notes form a two-measure ostinato
that accompanies the initial verse (Example 7).
The application of motor "mechanical" rhythm, as well as "mechanically" progressing ostinato
figures, then serves to enhance this effect.
The tambourines will play Ostinato
1 and the drums will play Ostinato
El climax del movimiento por la tension interna de la musica, el ostinato
de los Timp.
APRESENTAQAO VIDEO REGISTRO: CANTO OSTINATO
DE SIMEON TEN HOLT.
Dramatizar una Cumbiamba: el docente puede interpretar al piano, los alumnos/as cantan y acompanan ritmicamente con instrumentos de percusion corporal tomando como referencia los ostinatos
ritmicos improvisados previamente durante las audiciones.
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Although many rhythms contribute to the total Afro-Cuban repertoire, this article describes only three: (1) clave, (2) bembe ostinato
, and (3) tumbao.
Among the highlights: Alexander Shalov's "Valenki," a folk song with verve; Tchaikovsky's "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy"; Rameau's "Minuet," "Tambourin," and "Gavotte-Rondeau," my favorites; another from Shalov, "The White Acacia's Fragrant Flakes"; Stravinsky's "Prelude and Tango"; Frolov's "Blues"; and Vlasov's "Basso ostinato
Her discussion can be compared with the late Derrick Puffett's study Debussy's Ostinato
Machine (Nottingham, 1996).
The strong emphasis on melodic invention in these works, together with the sparsity of multiple stopping and extensive use of ostinato
techniques, makes them very much akin to Schmelzer's Sonatae unaruni fidium.