Music Final Study Guide

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Music Final Study Guide Music History Instrumentation and Style Important People and terms Listenings and miscellaneous Appalachian Music-the pure form of American/ Folk music Music said to have formed out of mountainious isolation Reveals remnants of English Scottish culture Roots are lost with the commodification of music=less pure more country Affrilachian-railroad African workers mix in wit h the cords and blues Always had a very substantial African American influence Old Time music=folk. Vs Appalachian purest form etc Affinity group- 90 percent are African American Jew's harp- trump Lamellophone: plucked idiophone Syncopation- intensity and rthym peculiarity Free expression and improvisation High lonesome voiced solos Unaccompanied songs Delivery—look at floor, seated, intimate Cecil Sharp- responsible for child ballads- named for francis child Will turner, Ed Gabbel- blues and substantial black influence on Appalachian music Curt betourse- Turkish enemy Middle Eastern Music Radif- defines what Persian culture --- 5 dastgah 7 avaz "Gusheh" Foroud lyrics and rhythms Overthrow the shah Pahalavi---turns iran into a fundamental Islamic state- LA become a huge center of Persian culture Instruments Oud/lutes –early ancestor
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2008 for the course MUS MUS13AM taught by Professor Khalil during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.

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