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Key Terms - Terms Acoustic Agbadza Atumpan Ballad Beating...

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Unformatted text preview: Terms Acoustic Agbadza Atumpan Ballad Beating Tones Bhajan Broadsides Buskers Critical Listening Cross-Cultural Duration early Music Ethnomusicology Fado Falsetto Fieldwork Filmi Git Folk Music Folk Music Revival Form Fundamental Tone Gamelan Ghazal Gong Kebyar Harmonic Chart Highlife Intensity Interlocking Parts (kotekan) Mbube Music Musical Ethnography Organology Overtones/ Harmonics Participant Observation Pitch Playback song/ singers Qanun Quality Register Rhythmic Cycle Setting Significance Silence Sound Sound Sources Soundscape Texture Kargyraa Sygyt Tizita 'Ud Vocalise Throat Singing/ Khoomi Ezengileer Igil Definitions the science that deals with sound an ewe dance performed at social gatherings and funerals large drums, the central instruments in ensembles used in Asante ceremonies and state occasions. Acoustical phenomenon perceived as a shimmering quality when two slightly different pitches are played a the same english or american narrative poem of the sixteenth to nineteenth centures, printed on one side of a page, generally public street performer who collects donations from passresby....
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