MUL2010 Day 1 and Chapter 1 Notes
MUL2010 Day 1 and Chapter 1 Notes MUL2010
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MUL2010 1/7/2016 - 1/12/2016 What is Music? Series of sounds Anything with rhythm Can be defined other ways, but all others ways are opinionated What do we do with Music? Connect interpersonally Form senses of identity Listen (active) Hear (passive) Perform Musicking: partaking in the music making process (performer, audience, producer,…) Teach Write Analyze (Theories, *History, *Sociology, Neuroscience, Alchemy, Athletically, …) Why Study Music? Generally speaking “the more you know, the more you know” o More understanding = better appreciation Chapter 1 Music in the brain Music in Culture Classifying Music Music In The Brain Works all parts of the brain (left brain and right brain) Trace music to all fields of study (except nuclear physics) due to its variety in how it is created, listened to, and preformed Neuroscientists study effects of music on the brain and see the brain organizing music into patterns (Classical is hard to organize, therefore not understood or listened to as much) Claims music in the brain is a muscle and with use you can understand more about music Music requires learning, and has many constituent parts “Mozart Effect”: listening to classical music makes you smarter o Not proven and was a flawed study, yet it led to good breakthroughs Is Music All About Emotion/ Where Does The Emotion Come From? Composer, audience, performer, the music itself? Music is a multisensory input! Dies Irae (1200s) Latin for “the day of fire” Piece of music used in Belioz- Dream of a Witches’ Sabbath Is an example of Pre-existing Associations o Used by composers to help elicit emotion o Used by audience to comprehend emotion in the music Indexicality- when music co-occurs with an event or experience and we associate the two Music In Culture History and Genre of music help identify separate cultures o Spirituals vs Reggae vs Mariachi Show cultural markers (national anthems) Can function as a communicator (songs created by slaves to aid escape) The cultural context of the music helps to understand the piece itself Cultural Classifiers of Music Geography, nationalism, religion, holidays, language, race, age, sex, class, money How We Classify Music? Six Main Eras: (known an Western Art Music) o Medival/ Ancient o Renaissance o Baroque o Classical o Rothntic o 20 Century Some say 21 century music should be separate from 20 , due to use od auto tune Genre: o Country o Pop o Hip Hop o Rap o Rock and Roll o Blues o 80’s o ETC…
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