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MUS 142

by: Celine Obregon

MUS 142 MUS 142-102

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This is week 1 of notes. This is basically an intro to music and what music is.
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Celine Obregon on Friday January 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MUS 142-102 at marshall taught by Rose, Michael in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see Music in Society in Music at marshall .


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Date Created: 01/22/16
MUS 142 5/22/16 Notes Ch.1 Music is Culture  Culture: shared values and experiences  Music is a symbol: communication through cultures  Music: sound organized in time Music within Western Cultures  Signal beginning and ending  Integral part of rituals, ceremonies, celebrations  Build community: sense of belonging  Inducement to buy or behave in a certain way  Background, pleasure, and entertaining  Expression of humanness: beauty, thought, feelings  Ethnomusicology: study of music in cultures “world music”  Acculturation: process, which a culture assimilates, blends with, or adapts to the characteristics and other practices of other cultures. Creativity  Is the musician trained or untrained? (on test) Nature of Music  What is music?  Music is sound that is pleasing to the ear.  Music is sound that you want to hear as music. Music Buisness  Manufacturing and merchandising: making and selling music and merchandises for profit.  Band/orchestra  Electronic instruments  Pianos/pipe instruments  Performance of music: producing and selling live or recorded music for profit or as a service.  Radio  College/university sponsored concerts  Community ensembles  Local festivals  Clubs or churches  Music publishing: for performance and instruction of music and the administration of copyright laws, where applicable.  Sheet music (home use)  Textbook and magazine publishing MUS 142 5/22/16 Notes Ch.1  Copyright law  Advertising: includes radio, television, the Internet, and print media


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