Paco de Lucias influence on the role of guitar in contemporary flamenco music.
Paco de Lucia (born December 1st, 1947) is widely considered one of the greatest pioneers of
contemporary flamenco music, transforming the technical and cultural elements of th
How did the guitar contribute to Nirvanas sound? Consider the influence of both acoustic
and electric guitars in your decision.
Introducing grunge rock to the masses during the late eighties and early nineties, the
alternative rock band Nirvana, impressed
Do Nirvanas songs translate well into an acoustic context? Discuss with reference to
Nirvana and their MTV Unplugged performance.
Formed in 1987 by Kurt Donald Cobain (1967-1994) and Krist Anthony Novoselic
(1965-present), Nirvana was one of the most infl
Week 3: 12 August
Lecture: A discussion of the influence of three seminal Classical Guitarists: Andrs
Segovia, John Williams and Julian Bream.
Reading: Button, S. Julian Bream, The Foundations of a Musical Career.
Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1997. 78-86.
Lecture: Acoustic jazz Guitar. From Django Reinhardt to Ralph Towner.
Reading: Dregni M. Django: The Life and Music of a Gypsy Legend. New
York: OUP. 2004. 117-130.
Tutorial: Rhythm changes in G. Walking bassline, chords and melody.
What is jazz?
Retrieval Processes in Recognition Memory
10 MayI 2017 09:30 710:30
Redmond Barry 503
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Mind, Brain and Behaviour
Semester 1 2017
Sensation and Perception: Assignment
Part 1: The Sunset. (1243 words)
A yolk cracked itself against the distant horizon, bleeding streams of crimson across a wearied sky,
spurts of warmth that t
aco de Luca might have liked the flamenco guitar as it was, but he also felt it was a
deficient and defective instrument and art form. First, because it lacked harmony. And
second, because it was so insular, so intensely and locally Andalusian, devoid of