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Morna

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morna
music genre, type of dance
Subclass ofmusic of Cape Verde Maale eŋ
Indigenous toOslo Maale eŋ
Country of originCape Verde, Norway Maale eŋ
Intangible cultural heritage statusRepresentative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, Immateriell kulturarv Maale eŋ
Described at URLhttps://ich.unesco.org/en/RL/01469, https://ich.unesco.org/fr/RL/01469, https://ich.unesco.org/es/RL/01469 Maale eŋ

A morna (boɔloo e Portuguese ane Cape Verdean Creole: [ˈmɔɾnɐ]) O e la seɛre ne yiele deɛne naŋ yi Cape Verde.


A yiele yelbie e la Cape Verdean Creole, ane ŋmeɛbo naŋ e cavaquinho, clarinet, accordion, violin, piano ane guitar.


Morna e la yiele a Cape Verde teŋɛ deme zanaŋ sagedi ka o soma la ,aseŋ fado Portugal poɔ, a tango meŋ e Argentina deme , a merengue meŋ la Dominican Republic deme , rumba naŋ e Cuba yiele , ane amine .


A tendaa zaa morna yielyieli karaa da la Cesária Évora. Morna ane Cape Verdean yiele parɛɛ mine meŋ da be la tatenne mine ba naŋ da yɔ gaa te kpeɛrɛ , zuo a zaa New England naŋ be US poɔ, Portugal, a Netherlands, France, West Africa ane Latin America paaloŋ mine .

Lɛ a baŋ tutaa[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

A waaloŋ zaa , a morna saegra la parɛɛ anuu . A tutaaloŋ maŋ piili la bonyieni , ka a ayi sobɔ tu , a ata sobɔ ne a yeni zaa maŋ yietaa . A chords — tonike — taa la a Cape Verde yuori kaŋa baŋ yi gaa tɔɔre “primeira”, “segunda” ane “terceira” (yeni , ayi ane ata ) naŋ tutaa a lɛ nɛnɛnɛ . Aseŋ , a yiele ŋmeɛbo yeltuuri


A yɛlɛ ama zaa tu ne la a morna yiele gbɛbogiri zaa . A dendeŋ la , chords yelkoree mine naŋ la kpɛ a poɔ.(amine la be a puliŋ kyɛ ). A yeltuuri ama ba e fɛrbo . Yiele maaleba yaga zie , zuo azaa pampana deme , tu la vokpeɛree saama mine poɔ.


Melodic structure[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

Rhythmic model of the morna, ± 60 bpm.

The melodic line of the morna varies a lot through the song, with ascending and descending note sequences, and within a bar the notes generally do not have the same length. One frequent characteristic of the morna is the syncopation, more precisely, one note at the end of a bar is extended to the strong beat of the next bar. The melody is accentuated on the first beat and the last half-beat of the bar.