Central Asia 10 - music and musical instruments information...

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Central Asia: an Introduction and Music of Kazakhstan
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Central Asia
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Central Asia Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan above all former Soviet republics, now independent countries Afghanistan culturally related to above, was not a part of Soviet Union
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Map showing Inner Asia (center), including Tuva (Friday lecture)
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steppe/grasslands
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steppe and desert
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Central Asia: geography landlocked open steppe and mountains geography and ecology well-suited to pastoralism and rapid overland movement arid semi-desert and grassland oasis culture settled vs. nomadic civilizations
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Silk Road Routes
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The Silk Road
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Silk Road flows goods (spices, horses, fabric, tea…)
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Unformatted text preview: music and musical instruments information technology religion Historical and cultural influences: Persian Mongolian Russian Soviet Central and Inner Asia: religious influences Animism (nature worship) Islam Other religious traditions historically flowering in Central Asia: Judeo-Christian Zoroastrianism Buddhism Western Mongolia Kyrgyzstan Bukhara (Uzbekistan) Afghanistan Kazakhstan dombra two-stringed plucked lute qobyz two-stringed upright horsehair fiddle Important types of performers: zhyrau epic singers aqyn poet singers, improvisation...
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