Gifrants

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World - Reggae/Carribean | Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 458   
Member Since: 2007
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Vwa e Gita, Fyèten We (Vocals and Guitar, My Pride)

Vwa e Gita, Fyèten We is the 2nd volume of the Vwa e Gita series (Vocals and Guitar series).

My guitar playing is more percussive...

Mereng Damou pou Ayiti (Merengue of Love for Haiti)

I wanted to write not only a timeless song, but also a song that every Haitian from any social class could sing with passion and love for Haiti, our...

Vwa e Gita, Volim I (Voice and Guitar, Volume I)

Vwa e Gita, Volim I, (Vocals and Guitar, Volume I) is the first in a 4 volume series, focused on adapting the guitar to the sounds of Haitian music...

Twoubadou Sèk (True Troubador)

My dedication to play Haitian music in a much more challenging manner has allowed me to approach folk music with a new vision regarding the...

Serenade by Gifrants

After playing Hard Voodoo Jazz for almost four years in New York, I moved to Boston where the upbeat tempo and very dissonant chords presented a...

Rara Mwe

While Rara Mwe is the second project produced for me by Robert Aaron, it is the first solo project I have ever published. Released in 1991, this...

Vwa e Gita, Fyèten We (Vocals and Guitar, My Pride)

World - Reggae/Carribean

Vwa e Gita, Fyèten We is the 2nd volume of the Vwa e Gita series (Vocals and Guitar series). My guitar playing is more percussive and yet, one may feel my attempt to come up with Haitian Jazz Progressions in a few songs such as "Kanpe Fèm" (Stand up Strong) where the 3 rd is missing on all my chords and the same chords are being used for both minor and major melodic lines within the song; and "Begle, Ya Sispann Begle" (literally --They'll stop cowing us) where I used a CM7 chord and E Major over a E minor pentatonic melodic line. My guitar playing is more percussive and yet, one may feel my attempt to come up with Haitian Jazz Progressions in a few songs such as "Kanpe Fèm" (Stand up Strong) where the 3 rd is missing on all my chords and the same chords are being used for both minor and major melodic lines within the song; and "Begle, Ya Sispann Begle" (literally --They'll stop cowing us) where I used a CM7 chord and E Major over a E minor pentatonic melodic line.

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