10-World Beat World Markets

10-World Beat World Markets - T HE M USIC OF A FRICA AND...

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Unformatted text preview: T HE M USIC OF A FRICA AND THE D IASPORA Music 13AF: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:00 to 12:20pm Instructor: Jeff Kaiser (jkaiser@ucsd.edu) Teaching Assistants: Nicholas Deyoe (ndeyoe@ucsd.edu) Todd Moellenberg (tmoellen@ucsd.edu) You have a two-way traffic between town and village, village and town. You have a sound that arrives in the town and returns to the village, changed. The echo which comes back is not the original. When a note arrives in town from the village, the town returns it with electronic delay, with reverb, limiter and all the studio technology, but it is the same note that came from the village. Manu Dibango (Garland, p124) World Beat/ World Markets First things: Commercialization and Globalization Interaction between foreign values and local styles Stimulated by: Capital Conquest Migration Technology Imported instruments Guitar, violin, drum set, et cetera Corporate mass media Recording, broadcasting, advertising, film, television, et cetera Back-and-forth with the Diaspora Cuban Rumba and Salsa Dominican Merengue Jamaican Reggae African-American Rock/Soul/Funk/Hip Hop What is World Music? World Music Everything? (Meaningless?) Everything non-Western? Third World Music The West and the Rest Includes some Western folk musics Irish/Celtic; Bulgarian; Gypsy (Rom) Still tends to be music of the other World Beat?...
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