Anthro Week 12
Anthro Week 12 ANTH 3853 001
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April 4, 2016 Midterm II April 6, 2016 Globalization Oud - Wood in arabic Lute - usually has frets made out of strings (animal intestines) almost makes sound like whole instrument, very rich sound The “Modern” Era Rapid transit trains, cars, planes Ex. Columbus (travel) High-Speed Communications telegraphs, phonographs, radio, television, internet Ex. Edison (radio) Strictly a Modern Phenomenon? The Silk Road 114BCE - 1450s CE “100% American” (Linton) Indian - Cotton, clothing, how we dress Persian - bed Sumerian Priests - Shaving Central Asian Steppes - Business suit Egypt - Sandals Ethiopia - Coffee Aztecs - Chocolate Meso-America - maize The “Cowboy” Look Iberian Peninsula - Mexico, Texas, Global Spread of Hindu-Arabic Math Glocalization - make things local Algorithm (mathmetician) Global Spread of English “The sun never sets on the English language” - Joke Austronesian - languages of the Globalization: Impact on Music Fluid exchange across traditional boundaries International Pop music World Music Scene Cultural Copyrights? Turkish Popular Music Italian Violin, Dance Music, Love Themes, and Rock Inﬂuence Ex. Bendeníz, Kirmazí Biber V&G The story of “Slide Guitar” Roots in Hawaii (late 19th century) Migrant Cowboys from Mexico bring the Spanish guitar Paniolo < español Adapted to local music Weissenborn Guitar National Guitar Hawaiian Virtuoso - Bob Brozman Ukelele Global Spread Mississippi Blues (1920s) Country “Steel” (1930s) Sacred “Steel” (Gospel today) - Robert Randolph Indian - Classical Music “Diddley Bow” (Jack White) The Story of the Lute Imported to Europe
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