The pair performed together for the first time to open the show with a creative partnership of drums and urban vocal percussion.
What does VP stand for?
VP stands for Vocal Percussion (musical technique)
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Having performed for sold-out crowds in America in 2011, the world-renowned a cappella group from Slovenia features 35 powerful voices, creating a "Vocal Orchestra" with vocal percussions, a human beat-box imitating an incredible array of drums, electronic beats and choreographed hand movements that simulate storms for an intense sound experience.
BeatBoxing is a form of vocal percussion which involves producing drum beats, rhythm, and musical sounds using your mouth, lips, tongue and voice.
During practice, two young women take turns singing the chorus while others do beat boxing, a form of vocal percussion.
Each competing group has 12 minutes to impress judges, who will score them on intonation, musicality, choreography, vocal percussion and solo performance, according to a news release.
The tour de force of the whole festival was his amazing display of vocal percussion which had guitarist John Etheridge chortling with delight.
The formidable trio of Sarvar Sabri (composer and tablas), Gulfam Sabri (vocals and harmonium) and Alvin Davis (saxophones), who are given a number of their own at the start of the second half, are also integrated into the choregraphy, notably in a section based on complex handclaps and vocal percussion.
Zambian Vocal Group (March 24-April 30) brings a capella music combined with traditional African rhythms, vocal percussion and complex harmonies, all performed by five young men with a message of unity, hope and blessings.