INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL MUSIC [C2VPA]
INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL MUSIC [C2VPA] GMUS 206
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GMU206 STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 1 Basic defini l39ions cul l39ure musiccul rure e rl lnomusicology Sound and Music Pa Herns in Music Melody harmony form CHAPTER 2 Native America confex r Native American Music General Characteristics Pow Wow Navajo Culture and Music all of if Carlos Nakai CHAPTER 3 African Cul rure Generaliza rions about African MusicCul rure Agbekor Dagbon Dagbamba Shona musical instruments Abubakari Luna CHAPTER 4 African American Music General Characteristics Worship work songs Blues defini rion social context and history s rruc l39ure Bill Lucas past and present O ris Rush CHAPTER 5 Japan history and cul l39ure Music General characteristics Tradi rional performing arts Noh Bunraku Kabuki Tradi rional music instruments Shakuhachi and shamisen kuo l39a Folk songs Popular music defini rion Shoka Enka Karaoke Taiko drumming CHAPTER 6 India Geography South Asia cul l39ure his l39ory Many Musics folk music popular music religious music Indian Classical Music his l39orys139yle sound carna l39ic ensemble raga and Tala Mridangam veena sru H39i box Tambura nagasvaram Indian music and The west Ravi Shankar CHAPTER 7
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