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Unformatted text preview: MUS13AF Final review Review • Exam o 62 questions • Divided into 3 parts o religion (music in time of war) o instruments (popular music) o diaspora (general items) • Popular music o Ghana 1 st country to declare indep from euro colonizer (1957) high life music • fusion of • guitar, percussion • church, trad, ballroom fused • during wwI, soldiers used as basis • popular in Liberia too • E.T. Mensah o Father of high life o Band leader since 1948 o 12 piece orchestra = The Tempos o Nigeria Most populous country in Africa Juju music • Uruba region • After WWII electric instruments used • I.K. Dairo = father of Juju music o Coincided with rise to indep o Played accordian + other traditional o Text from Christian sources • King Sunny Ade o mid 1980s o steel guitar o call/response o western arrangements • Ebenezer Obey = chief commander of Juju o Praise singing o Christian spiritual o Became minister Fuji music • Uruba region • Related to islam...
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2008 for the course MUS 13AF taught by Professor Degbor during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.
- Spring '08