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Muet210 Review for First Exam Ethnomusicology: anthropology of music, analyzing musical styles and tends in culture Andean Music and People Indigenous People -Bolivian Peru border on Peru side -Indigenous identity: cultural category, not defined by ancestry -Lifestyle: farmers, very high elevation, wind instruments -Communitarianism: communal labor, farm together on plots, communal land -Equal to one another, nonhierarchical -Decisions done by consensus -Spiritual Beliefs: deities in certain places Terms Communario: call themselves this Orignario: “ones who were here first” Ayllu : the indigenous community Conima: community in district Egalitarianism: do not stress the individual Communitarianism: emphasis on community Instruments Siku: pan pipe, main instrument, breathy sound, upbeat, played with bombos Siku Genres Ligero: fast (bombo) Choclo: fast (snare drum) Lento: slow (bombo) Bombo: drum Pinkillo: vertical wind instrument, highest pitches, almost squeaky Pitu: horizontal wind instrument, high pitches, cadence at the end of each
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2011 for the course MUET 210 taught by Professor Dueck during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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