Traditional World Music Final Exam Study Guide
Traditional World Music Final Exam Study Guide MUSI 3583 503
Popular in World Traditional Music
MUSI 3583 503
verified elite notetaker
Popular in Music
Bradford MacGyver DDS
verified elite notetaker
This 11 page Study Guide was uploaded by Bridget Dixon on Thursday May 5, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to MUSI 3583 503 at Oklahoma State University taught by Kunzel, Stephen N in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2504 views. For similar materials see World Traditional Music in Music at Oklahoma State University.
Reviews for Traditional World Music Final Exam Study Guide
Report this Material
What is Karma?
Karma is the currency of StudySoup.
You can buy or earn more Karma at anytime and redeem it for class notes, study guides, flashcards, and more!
Date Created: 05/05/16
Quiz 1: Music of Japan Q: Hogaku means… A: traditional world music Q: The Edo period was characterized by hundreds of years of isolation and relative peace without the influence of Western Art A: True Q: Buddhism is the native religion of Japan, and focuses on the innate goodness of man, worship of ancestors, and passage of life celebrations. A: False Q: Characteristics of Zen Buddhism Include: A: all of the above Q: Ma, a Japanese aesthetic that influences Japanese music, means… A: Emptiness Q: Jo Ha Kyu is… A: a Japanese Buddhist chant Q: The koto survived during the Westernization of Japan because… A: its tones were in keeping with Western musical aesthetics Q: The shamisen was… A: the geishas’s primary musical instrument Q: The practice of shakuhachi plying called suizen means… A: blowing meditation Quiz 2: Music of Japan Q: Japanese folk song, or minyo, was popular in the past but it no long a part of Japan’s culture today A: False Q: A sankyoku trio includes… A: koto, shakuhachi, shamism Q: Karaoke became popular in Japan only after it became popular in America. A: False Q: The primary musical ensamble in bunraku puppet theatre is comprised of… A: a narrator and a shamisen player Q: Noh is a Japanese theatre art characterized by… A: Both yugen and refinement Q: Noh drama was the theatre of the middle class, while kabuki and bunraku were patronized by the samurai. A: False Q: The musicians of Kabuki A: make up four different ensembles Q: Kabuki is characterized by restraint, simplicity, and austerity A: False Q: Bunraku puppets are.. A: all of the above Q: Gagaku is probably the oldest unbroken orchestral art music genre in the world. A: True Quiz 1: Music of Latin America Q: Which of the following contains a non-Brazilian musician? A: Heitor Villa-Lobos, Atahualpa Yupanqui, Chico Buarque Q: The word term “samba” originally referred to the choreography of certain circle dances from: A: Angola and the Congo Q: Which of the following is a favorite instrument in the Andean region? A: Panpipe Q: The first opera performed in the New World, La purpura da la rosa (The Blood of the Rose), was composed by: A: Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco th Q: Opera by Latin American composers during the 18 century was: A: European in outlook Q: African influences in Latin America have long been felt. Choose the element that is uncharacteristic of African music: A: Simple rhythms Q: Much of our understanding of indigenous Latin American instruments comes from: A: All of the above Q: The first opera in the New World was produced in: A: Lima Q: The music example above represents: A: One of the first polyphonic pieces published in the New World Q: Syncretism is best defined as the.. A: blending of belief systems Quiz 2: Music of Latin America Q: After independence on 1825, Bolivian musical life: A: Lacked both resources and an educational infrastructure Q: A Latin American protest singer who lost his life at the hands of a military dictatorship was: A: Victor Jara Q: The Cuban son: A: Combines African and Hispanic elements Q: The Colombian vallenato originated in the: A: 1940s and 50s Q: Which of the following in NOT true of the corridor: A: Its texts deal solely with the Mexican Revolution Q: A vernacular genre typical of Uruguay is the: A: Candombe Q: The most common translation of “Christmas carol” is… A: Villancico Q: Which of the following composers alludes to the novel Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez in one of his operas: A: Daniel Catan Q: The patriarch of Latin American protest singers was: A: Hector Chavero Q: Which of the importance Latin American woman composers has written electro-acoustic music with Latin Jazz, salsa, and mambo influences? A: Gabriela Ortiz Torres Quiz 1: Music of Native America Q: In Lakota society, a man would play flutes during courtship to convince the women’s parents that he was capable of supporting her. A: False Q: In traditional Native cultures there is an overarching concept of “music,” i.e. they classify songs in terms of “music for flute” or “music for social dancing” A: False Q: Arnold Richardson was arguably one of the most famous ethnologists who traveled across North America interviewing and recording elderly singers. A: False Q: Native American songs often come to life through: A: a dream of vision Q: Love songs in the Lakota society are called: A: Wioste Olowan songs Q: Part of the larger Iroquoian musical category called “Earth Songs” are danced by both men and women A: False Q: Most Native American dance songs have: A: a steady pulse Q: The instrument depicted above is a: A: hand drum Q: One reason we know that many types of Indian music have remained unchanged is that beginning in the 1880s: A: Ethnologists began fanning out across North America Q: Navajo and Apache music use A/B, or binary form structure A: True Quiz 2: Music of Native America Q: The Oklahoma Ponca share the same lanquage and music with the Omaha A: True Q: Pow-wows can be grouped into two broad divisions of: A: Competition and traditional events Q: The contemporary intertribal pow-wow has become a major force to maintain intact music and dance traditions among today’s Indian populations. A: False Q: The advent of European settlement was the major force that triggered the start of powwows A: False Q: In Powwow music, Southern singing is generally done with a lower voice…… A: True Q: Powwow singing is always in one of two styles. What are they? A: Northern and Southern Q: Northern area powwow styles include drum groups from the A: Central plains and Great Lakes region Q: The musical ancestors to today’s powwow repertory are: A: The song-forms of the Omaha and Ponca Nation's Heluska War Dances Q: The established formal structure or powwow music has remained unchanged for almost half a century. A: True Q: One major difference between old time events and the modern powwow is that contemporary powwows are: A: open to anyone Quiz 1: Jazz Q: Which of the following terms refers to a bass playing equal note values (usually quarter notes) on every beat in an unsyncopated manner: A: Walking Bass Q: The Self-proclaimed King of Jazz was: A: Paul Whiteman Q: In what area of New Orleans did Jazz originate? A: The French Quarter and Storyville Q: What decade is known as the Golden Age of Jazz? A: 1920s Q: The record company Verve was built by Norman Ganz around the talents of: A: Ella Fitzgerald Q: Two important components of American jazz are improvisation and… A: Syncopation Q; Purists do not qualify Joplin’s music as jazz because: A: Is strictly notated with no allowance for improve Q: Who is acknowledged as being the first black female recording artist? A: Mamie Smith Q: The undisputed champion of early jazz is: A: Louis Armstrong Q: Which of the following is NOT an element of the blues: A: A non-standardized harmonic plan Q: What jazz artist brought jazz to Carnegie Hall in 1938? A: Benny Goodman Quiz 2: Jazz Q: Synthesizing classical music with jazz evolved into what Gunther Schuller dubbed: A: third stream Q: Trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie was one of the leaders of: A: bebop Q: Bebop often borrowed chord progressions from: A: The Great American Songbook Q: What influential saxophonist started to rethink the inner works of jazz during his work with the pianists Thelonius Monk? A: John Coltrane Q: What work represent John Coltranes musical statement of his mystical explorations in the mid-60s? A: “A Love Supreme” Q: Swing music was considered America’s popular music in the: A: 1940s Q: Which of the following intervals did pianist Bill Evans use to stack chords in “So What”? A: fourths Q: Which artist played as an opening act for bands like the Grateful Dead and Santana at the framed Fillmore in San Fran in 1970? A: Miles Davis Q: The “premiere” lindy hop establishment was: A: The Savory Ballroom in NY Q: What kind of jazz promoted chromatic harmonies, an intense and often blues’ inflected expressivity, and bravura virtuosity? A: bebop Quiz 1: American Popular Music Q: After WWII, the two competing record formats were the 33 LP and the: A: 45 “single” Q: How many measures does the most common form of American popular song have? A: 32 Q: Who established the singing style known as “crooning”? A: Bing Crosby th Q: The area between Broadway and Sixth Avenue on West 28 Street in NYC was fondly known as: A: Tin Pan Alley Q: The fans of Frank Sinatra were called: A: Bobbysoxers Q: Which early rock n roll band had a song in the hit movie ”Blackboard Jungle”? A: Bill Haley and the Comets Q: Music that is intended to become popular is: A: All of the Above Q: The first professional songwriter in the US is: A: Stephan Foster Q: What system is in place today the measures the sales record of music? A: SoundScan Q: How many measures does the most common form of American popular song have? A: 32 Quiz 2: American Popular Music Q: What 1960s artist led the way in manipulating the sound of the electric guitar by using feedback, distortion, and other electronic sound-changing devices? A: Jimi Hendrix Q: What major record label was started in Detroit by Berry Gordy? A: Motown Q: The Folk Music Festival was spearheaded by: A: Bob Dylan Q: What American city was the original home of Motown Records? A: Detroit Q: Which of the following American music traditions was initiated by James Brown's music? A: Funk Q: Which TV show presented both Elvis and the Beatles? A: The Ed Sullivan Show Q: What dance did Chubby Checker introduce to American audiences on American Bandstand? A: The Twist Q: The Kinks, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles are just a few of the groups that formed the: A: British Invasion Q: Which of the following musical traditions did Aretha Franklin come from? A: Gospel Q: “Thugz Mansion” was released after the death of: A: 2-Pac Q: What film gave the Bee Gees a long run on Billboard top charts? A: Saturday Night Fever Q: Who was the producer of MJ’s Thriller album? A: Quincy Jones Q: Which artist below is renowned for a continuously changing image and provocative music videos? A: Madonna Quiz 1: Country Music Q: In the 1920s and 30s, despite the fact that country music was marketed separately for many years, black and white southern music remained accessible to all. A: True Q: 1920s rural southerners performed in a style that… A: Included folksy nasal singing often accompanied by string instruments Q: Who is the softshell performer in this list: A: Vince Gill Q: Country Music is mainly derived from ballads, comedic stories, and songs like "Oh! Susanna" by Stephen Foster. A: False Q: What country music also uses jazz rhythms, harmonies, and other elements in its performance styles A: All of the above Q: Johnny Cash was influenced by Black blues performers A: True Q: A hardcore twang performer is… A: The Carter Family Q: Which of the following does not represent a famous southern exponent of rockabilly music: A: Gene Autry Q: In the 1920s and 30s, sales of southern rural music became artificially segregated because: A: Marketers didn’t recognize the extent of the southern musical culture Q: What are some of the "tangled" cultural roots of country music? A: All of the Above Quiz 2: Country Music Q: Which of the following is not a design element of country music? A: Cinquain Q: Western Rural musical styles developed in the A: 1930s Q: According to a National Endowment for the Arts survey, country music became America's most popular music in the 1980s A: False Q: In the 1930s, Western rural musical styles developed particularly in the new genre of western films. A: True Q: Cowboys songs from the 19302 and 40s were not yet influenced by jazz harmonies and rhythms A: False Q: Which of the following elevated the string band performances of Appalachian music into a virtuosic instrumental style called bluegrass in the 1940s? A: Bill Monroe Q: The so-called "Nashville sound" was developed in the 1950s by: A: Chet Atkins Q: Which of the following singers is NOT representative of the "countrypolitan" style that became the mainstream Nashville sound through the 60s, 70s, and beyond? A: Hank Williams Q: What kind of cultural function does country music provide for its audiences? A: All of the above Q: Why were hardcore twangers, rockers, honky-tonkers, folk singers, traditionalists, and other roots-oriented musicians and audiences upset with Nashville as it became "Music City"? A: its too suburban softshell
Are you sure you want to buy this material for
You're already Subscribed!
Looks like you've already subscribed to StudySoup, you won't need to purchase another subscription to get this material. To access this material simply click 'View Full Document'