Week 8 Music of power and resistance - South African music and dance

Week 8 Music of power and resistance - South African music and dance

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Music of Power and  Resistance: South African Music and Dance
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Terms for week 8 Harmony Homophonic texture Mbube (isicathamiya) National anthem  DELETE: rasta  subculture, reggae,  riddim ADD: public transcripts,  hidden transcripts,  Ladysmith Black  Mambazo, Joseph  Shabalala, mbira, bira  ceremony, Thomas  Mapfumo, chimurenga 
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Music and politics (p. 381) Music is frequently used for  symbolic  communication in  political contexts Music can convey official  ideologies , as in national  anthems Music can convey what cannot be spoken publicly,  giving 
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Unformatted text preview: voice to political resistance LG 70 (CD 3/11, pp. 386-7): Nkosi Sikelel iAfrica (Lord, Bless Africa); setting, texture LG 71 (CD 3/12, pp. 390-1): South African national anthem; combination of Die Stem van Suid Afrika (The Call of South Africa) and Nkosi Sikelel iAfrica in 1997 On Tip Toe (V-8964, UL Media Resource Center) Ladysmith Black Mambazo Joseph Shabalala Migration Politics Identity Intersection of singing, dancing, and politics...
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