The music function of and the musical relationship of the lead singer of Cry of Bier Bearer is important because he has to maintain the mood by varying his tone. His main function is to produce the dominant sound throughout the whole song (Tamblyn 2-6). Being the main focus of the audience, he demonstrates great technical stability and excellent vocal talent. He considers several stage aspects like being present at the stage and the audience aspects of performing a stage show that will make their focus to remain on him when he is singing. The leader also plays the handbell in the rhythm of the song to make the sound of the song more appealing.
The chorus team is also playing essential elements to show their coordination and vocal support to the lead vocalist (Campbell). They demonstrate a great understanding of the lead vocalist,’ style of singing and ensure that they synchronize the vocalist’s music with their chorus (Campbell). They ensured that the chorus was based on their own synchronization in order to make sure that their collective efforts make the chorus to come out well for a successful show. The lead vocalist is the person responsible for ensuring uniformity when everyone is singing the chorus. She sets the pace using a handbell that ids him in his warbled cry.
The transportation of the sacred things used in the burial ceremony moves with the tempo of the song with the carriers proving chorus back up to the leading vocalist. However, the tempo of the song does not vary significantly during the whole recording but the key ascends from the beginning to the end. The best explanation for the lack of change in the temple is that maybe the leader does not encounter hills or varies during the initial day of recording. Such hardships would have led to significant changes in the tempo.