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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 1 1. According to ethnomusicologists, why is music considered a universal, but not a universal language? Musical activity is found in every human culture, but the meanings of such activity are interpreted differently from culture to culture, even person to person. Correct 2. In the early years of the study of world music, "armchair" scholars did not do their own ______. fieldworkc. 3. Ethnomusicological research is most strongly influenced by ______ and ______. . anthropology, musicology Correct 4. ______ is the assumption that one's own cultural patterns are normative, while those that differ are "exotic," "strange," or "abnormal." . Ethnocentrismd. 5. ______ is a research approach in which an ethnomusicologist learns to perform the music they study. a. Bi-musicality 6....
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This document was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course MUSIC MU 111 at Montgomery.
- Spring '11