Music 146 Midterm Study Guide

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Quiz Format 19 multiple choice (study former questions) 10 matching (instrument to country/ethnic group) Instrument photos are multiple choice*picture of man with bucket on his head-playing shakuhachi) 15 short answer questions(know terms, be able to explain them) Only 2 require foreign words
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Intro Soundscape - the characteristic sounds of a particular place, both human and nonhuman World Beat -wide category that combines popular genres of music that have a level of international recognition with a local or indigenous music usually considered “exotic”. Rhythm - a time-relation between sounds; the duration of sonic events in time Meter -a pattern of strong and week counts/beats (simple, compound, asymetrical, additive) Polyrhythm - simultaneous occurrence of multiple rhythms *unique to Africa-explain how it works Polymeter - simultaneous presence of two different metrical systems
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Melody -tune; part that goes up and down in music; part that people hear and sing along with
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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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