South America 2 - African Ecuadorian music of the Chota...

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Worlds of Music, Chapter 9 South America 2: sanjuan ( highland and coastal Ecuador); lando ( Afro-Peruvian)
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Sanjuan genre originated around 1860 referred to type of song played at festival of St. John the Baptist, held in June regional variations: sanjuan from Ecuadorian highlands Chota River Valley
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highland sanjuan among Quichua living on the slopes of Mt. Cotacachi (northern Ecuador) perform sanjuan on the diatonic harp harp brought by European missionaries Imbabura harp: made of cedar, gut/nylon and steel strings, large resonator descendant of 16th-century Spanish harp
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Highland sanjuan features main phrase (A) 8 beats; contrasting phrases (B) also 8 beats typically contrasting phrase(s) inserted sparsely among repetitions of the the main phrase isorhythmic: first half of phrase has same rhythm as the second half rhythm combination of sixteenth-eight- sixteenth, two eighths usually double couplet (two-line verse
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Unformatted text preview: African Ecuadorian music of the Chota River Valley rhythms reminiscent of highland sanjuan not strictly isorhythmic 8 beat phrases, repeating main phrase and contrasting phrase different instrumentation: ex. CD 3:5 “Me Gusta La Leche” Coastal Peru Afro-Peruvian Music, lando Afro-Peruvian music of Coastal Peru Peru major center of the slave trade 18th c. Lima – large African population, but diminished to very small percentage by twentieth century mid-twentieth c. revival of Afro-Peruvian music genres: lando, festejo “Azúcar de caña” (Sugar Cane) CD3:7 “Azúcar de caña” (Sugar Cane) perf. Eva Ayllón genre: lando quijada – percussion instrument lyrics: regional coastal culture sugar cane guarapo mochero Moche civilization Northern Coastal Peru, 100-700 AD...
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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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