Regions of the world

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Regions of the world that we have studied - Asian- Steppes o Listening Guide 1 o Listening Guide 65 o Terms Khoomi Ezengileer Igil Kargyraa Sygyt Borbannadir Tuvans Byzanchi Doshpulur Fundamental/overthrows Sound like nature o Tibetan Buddhist Chants: Chant Rol Mo Dbyangs, Sabhana, Broung - India o LG 10: Sitar classical 22- Mumbai Instru m ents: Tanpura, Tabla, Sitar, Tala
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34: South Indian Raga 35: tambura 59: Bhangara- traditional 60: Bhangara- fusion, heterophony o Concepts Traditional vs. fused - Europe o LG- 37- march, 39- jig, 40- pibrach, 61 o British Isles o Eastern Europe o Terms Musical Entertainment Air and Variations Bag pipe Cielidh Chanters Drones Gracing Ornament Pibrach Scottish Highland Bagpipe Millean Pipes o Concepts Significance of bag pip
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Music’s meaning Is shaped by the sounds and settings of musical performance Can persist across different musical genres and settings
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Unformatted text preview: Is different for different individuals Can change over time-Africa o LG: 16, 18, 19, 20, 67, 70, 71 o Terms Mbira Hidden Transcripts Zema Mbube o Concepts Soundscapes Interact Coexist Music used to reinforce identity Resistance against govt o Ex: Anti-colonialism- Zimbabwe o Apartheid- S. Africa Western Influence Ex: instrumentation in Senegal Christian influence in Ethiopa-Middle East o LG 18 o Terms- music theory is important Iga Khana Modes Maqam Qasidah Samai o Concepts Sound scapes Texture Form-Latin America o Terms Chango Ranchera Button Accordion Conjunto Orisha Ashe Odissi Bata Call and Response Yoruba diaspora o LG- Chongo...
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