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How does work music effect our lives here at UNC, chapel hill charanga 1. Clave  2. Cinquillo 3. Charanga 4. Congas 5. Timbales  6. Montuno  7. Danzón 8. Charanga Carolina   Gamalon   Beating tones 9. Gamelan 10. Interlocking parts 11. Pelog 12. Slendro  13. Rhythmic cycle 14. Balungan  15. Saron 16. Bonang  17. Gong 18. Java 19. Kendang  20. Gamelan Nyai Saraswati    The Study of Local Musics (p. 49)  21. Every city, town and village has its own distinctive musical profile 22. We can map the city’s soundscapes by asking what makes up musical life, where  is music performed, when is music heard, who makes music, and why 23. Soundscapes existing side by side often interact 24. Soundscapes in different locales may share sounds, settings and significances CASE STUDIES IN CHAPTER 2: Accra (Ghana); Mumbai (India); and Boston BOSTON: 1) campus music, 2) folk music, and 3) early music  We will substitute Boston with Chapel Hill and focus on the soundscape labeled “campus  music”   
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World music ensembles at UNC Musicians and audiences routinely cross boundaries between soundscapes in cities  (Accra, Mumbai, Boston, Chapel Hill) Individuals from a variety of backgrounds participate in these soundscapes 
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2008 for the course MUSIC 146 taught by Professor Garcia during the Spring '07 term at UNC.

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