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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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