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W14 Music 160 Week 4 Lesson 4

W14 Music 160 Week 4 Lesson 4 - January29,2014...

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Reviewing for Midterm 1 January 29, 2014
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Administra<on Midterm 1 is tomorrow, Friday, January 31st Bring a scantron answer sheet and No. 2 pencils Exam will cover material from Weeks 1‐4 A review sheet for Week 4 has been posted to the course website (A review sheet for Weeks 1‐3 was posted last Friday)
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Exam Format All mul<ple choice Are 50 ques<ons total Will be 6 or so listening examples that I will play during the exam Each example will have around 2‐4 ques<ons about that example There are a total of 18 ques<ons or so about listening examples that I will play during the exam
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Review of Part I: Arriving and Musically Thriving
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Been thinking about different groups of people in America, how they have arrived and how they have musically thrived Bri<sh‐Americans Heritage from the Bri<sh Isles African Americans (or Black Americans) Asian Americans Chinese Americans Japanese Americans Cambodian Americans Have also been talking about “White Americans” more generally
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Variety of reasons for coming to America, for example: Economic mo<va<ons for many European and Asian immigrants Religious mo<va<ons – for some of the earliest Europeans who came to the colonies People sold into slavery– for Africans (Chinese women sold into pros<tu<on) People pushed or forced to leave their homelands
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Musically thriving in America in different ways Adapta<on of ballads from the Bri<sh Isles Ex: “Pre]y Polly”
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