Music 146 Final

Music 146 Final - Music 146 Final Listening 16-17 examples,...

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Listening 16-17 examples, 27 questions most are multiple choice, some are fill in the blank NEED TO KNOW 1. Areas that the songs are from, not title 2. Instruments 3. If asked elements of texture that simply means what instruments are used
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Be able to recognize: -Arab music (what it sounds like) -Korean music -Persian Instruments -Multicultural( examples of it -> Polish/reggae) -American instruments -South Indian music and texture -African Drumming -Polish Dance music -Latin American music -Japanese instruments
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Persian Instruments Six primary instruments of 20th-century Persian classical music: santur (dulcimer) tār (double-chambered long-necked lute) setār (long-necked lute) kamāncheh (spike fiddle) ney (rim-blown flute) tombak or zarb (goblet/bowl-shaped drum) daff or dāyereh http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhhg_Hnosg0 All except the setār are also prominent in popular or regional traditions, where they are found in variant forms. In the 1980s and 1990s
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course MUSC 146 taught by Professor Ka during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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