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June 13, 2006 Simple gifts was written by elder Joe, not Copland (Copland used in ballet for Martha) Exists in all forms: Ceremonial: Simple Gifts Hymn Utilitarian: Appalachian spring: ballet for Martha Art: suite from Appalachian spring Dramatic suite: ex. Nutcracker – music arranged for dance or opera Barbara Allen (music that has changed function) Folk song: 1475 Hymn: 1625 Folk song: 1859, 1937 Hymn: 1855 Shape-note singing Sung a cappella Fa (triangle), sol (oval), la (rectangle), mi (diamond) Developed more than 200 years ago in Colonial America Often hymns Most popular songbook – the sacred harp (1844) Ch. 2 Human responses to music Physical – feet Emotional - heart Cognitive - head Spiritual - soul Four categories of human attributes Cabala (kabbala)– physical emotional, intellectual, spiritual Indigenous – warrior, healer, teacher, visionary Sufi – existence, experience/enjoyment, consciousness, the void/soul Carl Jung – sensation, feeling, thinking, intuition Victoria: O magmun mysterium (all but physical?) John Philip Sousa: stars and stripes forever (all but spiritual?)
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course MUSIC 102 taught by Professor Stuart during the Summer '06 term at Iowa State.

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