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UCD - MUS 011 - Class Notes - Week 4

School: University of California - Davis
Department: Music
Course: Musics of the World
Professor: J Diaz
Term: Winter 2019
Tags: Music
Name: Musics of the Worlds, Chapter 11 Classnotes
Description: These class notes cover material in Chapter 11 of the textbook "World Music, Traditions and Transformation."
Uploaded: 01/31/2019
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background image Lecture 7: Latin American Music (Ch. 11)      Today:     •  Locate Latin America 
•  Focus on regions and characteristics genres 
•  Look at Andean music panpipes 
•  Look at Afro-Cuban Music 
  Latin America   •  The cultural definition is: a Latin-based country  o  The languages spoken there include: Spanish, Portuguese, and French   •  The Geographic regions include: South America, Central America, North America,  Mexico, and the Caribbean      History   •  Original Inhabitants include three major civilizations   o  The civilizations include: Aztecs, Mayans, and the Incas   •  In 1492 the Europeans arrived  They conquered and brought “civilization”    o  Brought Catholicism and Latin-based languages   o  The colonizers caused the decimation of original inhabitants   •  This led to the arrival of three ethnic groups  o  The ethnic groups included: African, American, or European (Spanish/  Portuguese/ English/ etc.)      Locating Latin American Genres  
background image •  The major Pan-Latino genres include:   o  Salsa   o  Cumbia   o  Reggaeton      Andean Music   •  Located in Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Chile 
•  The two main languages spoken in these regions include:  
o  Quechua    o  Aymara   •  Andean instruments include:   o  Siku (panpipe)    o  Charango (guitar with 12 strings)    o  Bombo (drum)    o  Tarka (flute like instrument)      Julajula Ensembles   •  25-30 men played at the same time 
•  Used a Pentatonic Scale (there are only 5 pitches)  
•  There are two instruments involved:  
o  Yiya (leader)    o  Arka (follower)    •  Focuses on fostering community value  “One without the other would die out”    EX: The Kalankira julajula melody    

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School: University of California - Davis
Department: Music
Course: Musics of the World
Professor: J Diaz
Term: Winter 2019
Tags: Music
Name: Musics of the Worlds, Chapter 11 Classnotes
Description: These class notes cover material in Chapter 11 of the textbook "World Music, Traditions and Transformation."
Uploaded: 01/31/2019
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