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Music as a World Phenomenon: Unit 5- Study Guide

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Unit 5: Covers Chapters 12 and 13.
Music as a world phenomenon
Andrew Shahriari
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Date Created: 04/24/16
Music as a World Phenomenon -1 Unit 5: Study Guide Unit 5: Covers Chapters 12 and 13. Sites and music types  Amazon- Amazon Indian Chant  Sikuri- Peru  Tango from Argentina  Samba and Capoeira  Mariachi- Mexico  Cape Breton Fiddling- Canada  Lined Hymn  Shape Notes  Bluegrass  Spirituals (African- Americans)  Gospel (African- Americans)  Blues  Salsa “ Nuyorican”  Cajun  Plains Chippewa Song  Native American flute Instrument Classifications  Aerophone o air is vibrating (flutes, reeds, trumpets)  Membranophne Music as a World Phenomenon -2 Unit 5: Study Guide o stuck with hand, struck with a stick or other device, "rubbed" or "singing" membranes  Idiophone o thing itself is vibrating (plucked, struck, or shaken)  Lammellophone o idiophone with a tongue Questions  Common contexts for Country Blues artists to perform in the early 1900s included o Brothels, Medicine shows, Juke joints  Audio- “ la pan de ron w/ bells” = Cajun music  _____ is a “martial arts- dance” created by runaway slaves in Brazil o Capoeira  _____ were a music record label category that targeted African American audiances o Race Records  Harriet “Moses” Tubman was one of the key figures in association w/ _____ o The underground railroad  Audio- “Come and go to that land” o Spiritual music  Audio- “How can this blood on your shirt leave me in tears” o ballad music  A melodic instrument is _____ o Siku  The Amazon basin is largely found in _____ o Brazil Music as a World Phenomenon -3 Unit 5: Study Guide  The _____ is a type of button- box accordion common to tango music. o Button- box accordion


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