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Canon Form Songs are Often Shown at Activities
Detailed discussion of the Canon Form Song
Canon songs are a type of song that is formed from several parts that are repeated and interrelated. Canon songs can be divided into two types, namely imitative canon songs and non-imitative canon songs.
Imitative canons are canon songs where parts are repeated and interrelated with other parts, with the same time interval, so that it sounds like one part follows another. An example is the song “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” which is popular in the West.
Non-imitative canon songs are canon songs where parts are repeated and interrelated with other parts, but with different time intervals, so it doesn't sound like one part follows another. An example is the song “Frère Jacques” which is popular in France.
Song canons can be used in various contexts, as in music classical, traditional, and children's music.
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