Peru - SomeMusicoftheAndes TomTurinosResearch

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Some Music of the Andes
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Tom Turino’s Research Larger formations can be further broken down  and understood as cohesive social groups  There are  many  social groups within the Andes. Many  within Peru Many  within Puno Many  within Conima  Majority of his research in…  Conima, Puno, Peru and the town’s surrounding  communities.   Lima
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The Andes 
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Geography Conima * Lima
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Important Points of Presentation Vast array of social groups inside a seemingly  small area. Social units vary between communities Musical participation is emphasized feature  among indigenous groups   Music often reflects social order Certain music identifies with certain groups and vice  versa.   Be thinking about: Where have we seen similar  musical trends throughout the term (compared to  music of the Andean region)?
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Some Important Social Categories Language groups:
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course MUS 130 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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