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Music 221 Study Guide for Exam 2 This list is not exhaustive, but if you become familiar with most of the items here, you will be well prepared for the exam. I. Terms : Charlton has good definitions for many of these. I am giving definitions for only those terms not listed in her glossary, or for definitions I want to expand. A cappella AOR : Album Oriented Rock or Album Oriented Radio Camp : style of humor associated with gay culture that uses irony and artifice Crescendo Distortion : an alteration of a tone created either by slashing the amplifier or by a distortion pedal which overloads the signal to the amplifier. Fuzz-box and wah-wah pedals were most common in1960s and 1970s. See also Fuzztone in Charlton Feedback Fusion : a term most commonly applied to the combination of jazz and rock to create a new genre; can also describe the combination of western and non-western styles. Generally not used in reference to folk rock or country rock, although these styles can be considered fusions. See Fusion and Jazz Rock in Charlton .
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2010 for the course MUSIC 221 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Music221StudyGuideforExam2 - Music 221 Study Guide for Exam...

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