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The instruments and voices in Tunde Jegede’s song Moving Away work closely and intimately together to make up the texture of the song.
Find out what’s going on in each part and how they relate to each other…
Playing without a leader
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A look at the fundamental role played by the bass and rhythm section in Tunde Jegede's 'Moving Away'.
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Just because an instrument is playing a repeating pattern it doesn't mean there isn't room for subtleties. Find out how Maya does this in the guitar part of Tunde Jegede's 'Moving Away'.
Explore the way in which Tunde Jegede mixes three different vocal styles in his song 'Moving Away'.
Use the Explorer tool to find out what's going on inside the song Moving Away, by Tunde Jegede
A look at the fundamental role of the bass and rhythm section, and its importance to Tunde Jegede’s compositional method in 'Moving Way'.
Find out how Tunde Jegede adds melodic decoration and freedom to the second kora part in 'Moving Away' while still blending with the other instruments.
Tunde Jegede explains why the rhythm and bass lie at the heart of all his music.
See how the bass-line in the song 'Moving Away' takes a traditional West African riff and gives it a reggae feel
Find out how the electric and acoustic guitars in 'Moving Away' are playing different music but in fact sharing the same musical ideas.
In 'Moving Away' the two koras have a special relationship. Find out how the two players interact with each other throughout the song.
Which of the two koras playing in 'Moving Away' is the leader, or is there more to it than that?
The two koras in 'Moving Away' together make a subtle rippling sound. Find out how one plays with the rhythmic patterns of the other.
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