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popularized by the Beatles. It was used specifically in“Strawberry Field Forever” and also in Magical Mystery Tour and The Beatles(albums).14. Svarmandal: Indian harp “Strawberry Fields Forever” and “Lucy In The SkyWith Diamonds”.15. Acid Tests: Series of parties held by the author Ken Kesey in San Francisco inthe 1960s experimentation and advocacy of LSD.16. Calliope: steam piano or steam organ (very loud) it was used on “being ForThe Benefit of Mr. Kite” to create the atmosphere of a circus. 17. Our World global TV broadcast: “All You Need Is Love” was played as the firstlive television broadcast link. 18. Extended-play: Longer than a single release but not enough to be consideredto be a full album release generally four tracks.19. I Ching: Harrison wrote “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” using the idealogyfrom this ancient Chinese book of change There is no such thing as acoincidence, everything that happens is meant to happen.20. The Rolling Stone’s Rock and Roll Circus: the event took place on two concertstages and included performance by Lennon and Yoko. The Rolling Stonesnever released the DVD. Filmed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg21. Happenings: Art that took place at a sudden moment. Brought the audienceinto the art world22. Bed-In: John and Yoko had a bed-in as a honeymoon where the invited thepress into their bedroom while they sat in bed and discussed politics and thepeace movement. Made “Give Peace a Chance” Musical terms
1.Varispeed: A variable speed pitch control is a device on a tape recorder thatallows the operator to deviate from standard speed and even raise or lowerthe pitch by 8% “I’m Only Sleeping”.2.Artificial-double tracking (ADT): The sound engineers at Abbey Roaddeveloped this technique at the request of the Beatles. It uses tape delay tocreate a delayed copy of the audio signal, which is then combined with theoriginal “Tomorrow Never Knows” and “Eleanor Rigby”. Don’t have to singthe song again3.Drone: sound created by the sitar “Tomorrow Never Knows”.4.Multi tracking: Separate recordings of multiple sound sources are combinedinto a cohesive whole8 track recordings began with Sgt. Pepper’s. 5.Glissando: A slide from one pitch to another: “Day In The Life”.6.Crescendo: A gradual increase in loudness in a piece of music “Day In TheLife”. Artistic Movements1.Surrealism: “resolve the previously contradictory concerns of dream andreality”.2.Avant-garde: push the boundaries of “norms” radical social reforms. 3.Psychedelia: subculture of people who use psychedelic drugs.4.Pop art: imagery from popular culture (mass culture, comics, ads)

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