The meter if Dandansoy is triple.
Dandansoy is the name of a Visayan folk song. The popular Filipino song is about a boy named Dandansoy who the singer left when she went back home.
The timbre of a song is specifically referring to the emotions given off from the song
a timbre in a song is the tone colour or tone quality. Examples of Timbre: how does the song sound, is it sad and somber, or is it light and happy, or something in-between. is the musci peasing or is it harsh?
The timbre in as song is the character or quality of a musical sound or voice as distinct from its pitch and intensity.
The song Dandansoy is Visayan folk song that was composed by Miss Fortunata Dioso Magsipoc of Culasi, Antique, Philippines,
what is the message of the dadansoy
Dandansoy is a popular Filipino Visayan folk song. It is about a girl who leaves a boy to go back to her hometown.
The timbre is mellow, warm and resonant on all instruments.
simply it is a polyphonic. please use your brains! whatever!
Dandansoy is courtship dance from Negros Occidental. In its song, it depicts a story of a woman who goes home to Payao and tells her sweetheart to follow her in case he misses her.
dandansoy is originate from visayas
ko dandansoy ko dandandandandan
answer in english word
a timbre.The sound of the instruments sans the vocals in the song is called the instrumental sound of the song.
Unified timbre is another meaning of the word harmony. When all persons singing, sing in harmony, the song is by far more pleasant to the listener.
Dandansoy Ilog nga bata
freddie aguilar Not fredie aguilar. dandansoy is a visayan fold song that preceds fredie aguilar (and aguilar is not a Visayan). Payao is a place in Binabagan, Negros Occidental. Posisbly the composer is fromt hat place or in central negors occidental
Timbre is pronounced TAM-BAR
it is a rough and enchanting timbre
This is my answer - Visayan instrument is =Tulali (flute) =Kudyapi =Buktot (lutes) =Lantoy (clarinet) Song of Visayan Dandansoy ect.
The timbre of a guitar is guitar timbre. I'm not sure you know what timbre is. It's the sound an instrument or voice has, so it can't be described, only heard. So, whichever guitar you have, the way it sounds is its timbre. On the same pitch your singing voice and your guitar, or your flute or whatever, sound different than each other, that difference is the timbre. Timbre cannot be described in numerical terms.
the type of song according to its function is a ballad songthe timbre is head voice
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