Music notes exam 3

Music notes exam 3 - Music 102 Intro to music listening...

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Music 102 Intro to music listening Exam 3: chapters 7-9 Lecture Wednesday Feb. 20 Vocal Melody-usually conjunct motion, small range, simple Instrumental melody- often disjunct, “idiomatic” writing, instruments have huge range while people do not’ examples) peter, paul and mary simple melody, few leaps, conjunct motion gustav mahler (1860-1911) complex melody, many leaps, disconjunct motion, idiomatic writing Paganini, Nicolo (1782-1840) Simple melody, increasing complexity, idiomatic writing Suppressed publication of music until death, sold soul to satin Ravi Shankars Performance career: -Performed with dance troupe in paris, age 10 -Studied with “baba” Allauddin Kahn in the traditional guru- shishya approach, 7 years -Performances on all India radio (1939-1940) -Began to perform india music abroad in 1952 -Collaborated with many artists from around the world (including George Harrison of the beetles) Lecture Friday The music of India The great tradition Spread extensively throughout India
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course MUSIC 102 taught by Professor Stuart during the Spring '06 term at Iowa State.

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