Week 7 Ethiopian Christian Chant

Week 7 Ethiopian Christian Chant - Music and Ritual:...

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Music and Ritual: Ethiopian Christian Chant
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Music and ritual cross culturally Tibetan Buddhist chant; Santeria chants and  rhythms; and Ethiopian Christian chant  Chant, sacred text, and liturgy (content of a  religious ritual) Musical associations with divine entities  Religion originally integrated in political and  social life Changes, politics, and diaspora
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Ethiopian Christian chant Zema [ZEH-mah] Origins (6th century) Ge’ez [GUHZ-uhz]
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Musical associations with the  divine  Music for the Mass Hymnary, dabtaras  [deb-TARE-uh] Divine associations with three main chant modes Ge’ez [GUHZ-uhz] (God) Araray [AH-rah-ra-ee] (the Son) ‘Ezl [UH-zuhl] (the Holy Spirit) Compare toques (Santeria) and Tibetan  Buddhist chants
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The melekket [MILL-uh-kit] Ethiopian system of musical notation Invented to help the music survive System of syllables, signs and melodic phrases
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