Was surprised to see that people are searching for the elements of music of the song or Visayan lullaby ili ili Tulog Anay…
So we turned to this Musical Elements Chart Worksheet, and came up with the answers below:
Instrumentation – The instrument being played is a Philippine guitar. Sometimes, it’s a clavinova. Other times, there’s no instrument; just the soloist (it is, afterall, a lullaby).
Lyrics/Language – We guess the lyrics are in Ilonggo or Hiligaynon. Loving and reassuring words sung to a child who is missing his or her mother.
Tempo – The music is moderate. It can be sung slowly, as a lullaby.
Dynamics – The music is soft, not loud. Afterall, it is a lullaby. Soft, soothing vocals.
Melody – ili ili Tulog Anay is simple and sing-able. Solo vocal sings verse (no refrain). No instrumental breaks.
Rhythm – The music moves in three’s, and the accent is on the strong beats.
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