Final Review

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Final Review LCS 280 AE – Introduction to World Music Fall 2007 General Terms classical, folk and popular music; globalization; ethnicity; tradition; invented tradition; identity, managed traditionalism, deterritorialization, musical diaspora, folk song and folk musicians; affinity interculture; transnational migrants, ritual, music and politics Classical-- Folk and Popular Music— Globalization— Ethnicity— Tradition— Invented Tradition— Identity— Managed Traditionalism— Deterritorialization— Musical Diaspora— Folk Song and Folk Musicians— Affinity intercultural— Tra India Chapter 6 Terms and Concepts: cultural contact in India’s history, characteristics of Indian music Raga, tala (solkattu, kriya), drone, sruti-box, Hindustani music (sitar, tabla), Karnataka music [mridangam, veena, tambura, alapana, tanam, kriti (pallavi, anupallavi, charanam)] Bollywood aesthetics (film plot/characters, music, dance, costume, etc.), play-back singers Listening Examples: CD 2: Tracks 20-21; CD 3: Track 1 Raga—Color or mood, Complex scales, intonations, and phrases. Sitar—plucked stringed instrument, complex harmonic resonance.
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course LCS 280 taught by Professor Zaretti during the Fall '08 term at Bryant.

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