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GCSE (Reich)

Vocabulary used in Electric Counterpoint

TermDefinition
Note Addition When the notes of a melody are brought in gradually.
Rhythmic Displacement When a melody or rhythm is played be each instrument in turn but each time shifted to start on a new beat.
Canon When each instrument enters in turn with the same melody
Octave Displacement When notes in a melody are shifted up or down an octave (Bass Guitars)
Panning When the sound is shared between the two speakers (left and right)
Ostinato A repeated cell, rhythm or melody (This describes every part in Electric Counterpoint).
Cross Rhythms The effect created when two rhythms are played at the same time grouped to feel like they are in a different time signature (metre)
Syncopation When the rhythms emphasise in-between the beats (the off beats).
Created by: MC MUSIC