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Date Created: 02/12/15
On test for writing section 4 layers of gamelan performance The AfroPeruvian revival was a movement from the black Peruvians and was lead by artists and intellectuals Old songs were revived Has rattling from donkey jaw box drums guitar Singing in Spanish Andean Cosmology Mountainous region in South America around the Andes Mountains Contains Bolivia Ecuador Peru arka Bali bomba Middle and high register gongchimes with 1014 kettles which embellish the main melody Traditional AfroPeruvian instrument sound box wooden you sit on it and tap on it Translates to large box Thick wood on the sides and thin wood where you smack it AfroPeruvian musical feature in their subsaharan African music culture Chorus and Guapeo campesinos celempungsiter chajchas characteristics of Andean region music culture characteristics of Balinese music culture characteristics of Javanese musicculture charango ch39inisku comunas cueca d cima differences between rural and urban Andean music dhalang dryrainy season instruments dualityreciprocity festejo gamelan Javanese gamelan gong kebyar gamelan loud playing style gamelan soft playing style g nder family gendhing Any variety of percussion instrument whose soundproducing vibrations are concentrated in the center of the instrument Also hanging gong in Gamelan gongangong cycle Tradtional Afro Peruvian instrument found on the coast hocketing technique Andes hocketing technique Bali lmbaburastyle harp ira Java Kallawaya people Andean Region music with Wooden utes bamboo hind pipes and drums From Bolivia Smaller hanging gongs in Gamelan that suspend vertically which evenly subdivides phrases kena kendhang family Large kettles in Gamelan that rest horizontally which divide the major phrases evenly with the gong or siyem at the end of major phrases Small kettle gongs in Gamelan which subdivides secondary phrases kotekaninterlocking parts land mestizo quotNew Songquot from the Chile region Each band can have different set of instruments such as guitar Song movement though which people stand up for their own culture in the face of oppression by a totalitarian regime or in the face of cultural imperialism ostinato PanAndean music 7tone system in Gamelan made up of large and small intervals normally noting 1234567 pentatonic scale Rhythm of most AfroPeruvian music found in SubSaharan African music culture of Peru Quechua Bolivia Quichua Ecuador Jawbone of a donkey AfroPeruvian traditional instrument Take wooden stick and scrape it against the teeth Ramayana and Mahabharata rebab Music from the Andean Region Ecuador Contains playing with on the side of the harp for drumming sound Contains vocals quechua These instruments have 6 or 7 keys and play the main melody in Gamelan sesquialtera A 5tone system in Gamelan made up of nearly equidistant intervals normally noted with numerals 12356 suling Victor Jara wankara Wayan kulit zamponasiku Chapter 7 quotMusic of Indonesiaquot Review Questions 17 914 1720 pg 238239 Chapter 9 quotLatin AmericaChile Bolivia Ecuador Peruquot Review Questions 13 56 910 I09 276
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