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Accompanying musicianParticularly on piano which is seen as a feminine skillthe Madonna/Whore dichotomy a woman affirms her feminity either as the nurturing “Madonna” oras a sexually alluring “Whore”oInterrupting Practices (for women)Using instrumentsSince they are partially removed from the “body”Technology sort of exacerbates the interruption – acoustic guiter isn’t that interrupting but electric guitar isoe.g. DJing as welloThreatening Practices (for women)Composition
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Orchestral conductingThese are typically male dominated by “geniuses” such as Bach or MozartoGreen has really only worked this idea out explicitly for women so a great deal of what we do in the course in terms of race/ethnicity is an extrapolation Because of this and the gray area, prof recommends we stick to using affirming or threatening as the two poles2.2 The Seven Elements of Music-The Seven Elements of MusicoPitch, duration, form, dynamics, tempo, tembre, texture-Pitch (LISTEN TO AUDIOS)oHigh and low frequencies-DurationoMainly concerned with rhythmand metreoRhythm is not the same as beatBeattells us how fact to move, rhythm suggests the quality of the movementoMetre is about “feels” suggested by time signaturesWe don’t need to know time signatures for the course, just thinking about “4 feels” and “3 feels”oThe Beatles: We Can Work It Out (LISTEN TO AUDIOS)Breaks the rule Doctrine of AffectionsIdea is that a song should have one and only one prevailing moodSeveral of the 7 elements contribute to mood shifts Song breaks so many pop rulesPitch – vacillates between major and minor soundsDuration – vacillates between 4 and 3 feelsForm – more than one lead singer (rule breaker), also contrasting 4 and 3 feels is about form
Dynamics – no exceptional changes in volumes here (i.e. the chorus itself isn’t louder)Tempo – mid tempo, so okay for dancingTimbre – pretty standard pop instrumentation except for the keyboard line -FormoForm is about “what goes where” in terms of verses, choruses, solos, etc.oStandard pop form is lyrically and melodically strophicoStrophic/strophism meaning regularly, predictably repeated sectionsAnother form of strophism from early 20thcentury folk music – lyrics change inverse/chorus structure but they share same/similar melodyoThrough composed - offers little if any repetitionE.g. bohemian rhapsodyoWhat goes where? Different features:Verse – tends to be the details of the storyChorus – tends to be the moral of the story; this is why it’s repeated so oftenBridge – often a brief melodic and possibly rhythmically different section of the song that changes the sound enough to keep our ears engagedHooks – the musical bit we are to remember, usually repeated in the song quite oftenoThree more ideasCall and response – a kind of musical/lyrical conversation that happens between two or more musical parts (e.g. singer and backing vocalists, singer and guitar, etc.)12-Bar Blues – a form in which lyrics change, but chord patterns do not;

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