The author of this chapter, James P. Leary, traces the history of Czech American polka music beginning
with its origins in the _ .
Polka music then evolved with a special emphasis on the changing c
MUSI 111 Chapter 2 Q-A Set
The author of this chapter, James P. Leary, traces the history of Czech American polka music from its
origins in the 1850s with a special emphasis on the changing contexts in which the music has been
performed: from the Bo
Chapter 3 QA Klezmer Music: The First One Hundred Years Henry Sapoznik
What clarinetist was a key figure in the transmission of klezmer to the New World I in the early part of
the Twentieth Century as well as a major contributor to its dynamic renew
Role of the Blues
1. Gave them solidarity
a. Know we are being mistreated as slaves but in it together
a. Get all emotion out- it is bad- even worse than we thought
a. But I have hope for the future
Blues is a 3-part s
Folk music is music that has cultural and/or _ function
By definition folk music must be passed along:
MUSI 111 Q/A Chapter 1 Homework Study Guide for Quiz 1
p.2 Your text describes high culture music and contrasts it with folk, vernacular, traditional, and popular
According to your text, the fine arts strata of musical activity is the one most dir
Gregorian- Devils interval
Psychophysical-how the minor key can be relaxing or sad or can be happy and lively
Collative- how the song is built
Ecological- School fight song, how a song made you feel at a funeral
Social and Political commentar
German Organ Music in the Later Baroque
I. Effect of Thirty Years War on Germany?
II. Important composers of tradition?
Sweelinck, Scheidt, Pachelbel, Buxtehude, J.C. Bach, J.S. Bach
III. Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707)
A. Nature of his career?
B. What typ