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W14 Music 160 Week 4 Lesson 2

W14 Music 160 Week 4 Lesson 2 - January28,2014 Fortoday...

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Thinking more about the impact of the experiences of migra5on on music making January 28, 2014
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For today… Con5nue to think about Chinese American music Different experiences of migra5on affected music making in and beyond Chinese American communi5es Implica5ons for music Think about Japanese American music, esp. taiko
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Subsequent “ripple” and “wave” 1940s‐50s: “IntermiRent Ripple” Mainly students 1965 ‐ present: Second wave (***Please keep in mind that although had 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act, this was aimed at laborers, were excep5ons for students, professionals and visitors; did have some immigrants arrive between 1880s and 1960s also some people figured out ways to get around the exclusionary laws…)
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In second wave, see diversity Cantonese and Mandarin speakers Working as well as professional classes Includes students, professionals Mostly come from urban areas Contributes to different experiences in U.S.
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Families
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