Week 2 Notes and Reading outlines
Week 2 Notes and Reading outlines Music 160
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tunebook religious Christian vocal music 0 Published in 1844 0 Sacred Harp Roots in earlier America 0 Singing schools 0 First singing school in 18th century northeast Shape Notes 0 Form of notation Different versions of shape note notation 4 shape note introduced around 1800 000 0 used in singing school 0 called fasola Wondrous Love singing in harmony 0 Eclectic European origin Composed in America Based on ballad and dance tunes but lyrics religious 0 19th century singing schools declined these singing styles moved south and west 0 since 1960s sacred harp spread and grown signi cantly in the south October 7m Greenwich sacred harp 0 Recorded at convention in rural Alabama late 1950s 0 Amsterdam sacred harp 0 Starts with fasola syllables then text of song Awake my soul story of sacred harp 0 Shows why people are attracted to sacred Harp October 81 Review Brought to the US from the British isles Narrative 3rOI person 0 Straight forward 0 Economic approach to details Restrained exposure of sexuality 0 Omit details of sex 0 Holds ideas that sinners are doomed US little mention of the supernatural Strophic form 0 Solo voice 0 Except quotPretty Pollyquot O 0 Multiple versions 0 Ex pop cultural reference to ballads In movies 0 quotBarbra Allenquot in A Love Song for Bobby Long Sacred Harp Name of tune book 0 ReligiousChristian vocal book 0 Originated from singing school Created to aid people in learning FoSoLa singing 4 different versions of shape not notation 0 introduced around 1800 0 Music in quotthe sacred Harpquot songbook is eclectic includes 0 Songs on European origin 0 Songs composed in America 0 Dance and music tunes but based on religious lyrics 0 EX Amazing Grace New Britain 0 In 19th century singing schools and their style of music declined in urban centers in the northeast EX New York Boston Philadelphia 0 Continued in the south and west 0 Have been revivals Connections to Ballads o Melody is based on ballads wondrous love sacred Harp amp captain kidd ballad Ex The ballad of captain Kidd Carl Peterson 0 There is harmony unusual 1st person Ex Wondrous Love 0 Group singing 0 Hold Christian ideologies 0 Connection to Europe 0 Differences to ballads o Ballads are individuals while sacred harp is a group performance 0 Sacred Harp uses harmony Sacred Harp singing appears in Cold Mountain 0 Voices are much clearer Used to show time period Appalachian o Surged the amount of participation 0 Artists sampled sacred harp songs 0 MIA s quottell me whyquot Intervals relate to quotthe last words of Copernicusquot o The Last words of Copernicus 0 Bruce Springsteen s quotDeath to My Hometown Small parts come from quotthe last words of Copernicusquot Why do producers include this in lms 0 Where is the line between secular or nonsecular realm H October 9th Turning to the arriving and musical thriving of African Americans Arrived to America differently than European counterparts o Slavery Thinking about spirituals Identify African and African American approach to music Spirituals Cultural synthesis 0 Where it came from Folk Spiritual Earliest form of indigenous a cappella religious music created by African Americans during slavery Late 18th century creation ibid Created for black people 0 Prominent from the late 18th century through civil war Ring shout o A form of folk spiritual that incorporates highly stylized religious dance as participants move clockwise 0 Also called a quotshoutquot Earliest records come from 1845 practice predates that record 0 Evidence in north and South 0 Emerge as a form of Christian worship or ritual quotDarien GullahGeechee Shoutersquot Video 0 women dancing in clockwise notion Unit3 quotRun od Jeremiahquot 0 Characterization of African and African American music outlined by Olly Wilson 0 Call and response Song form 0 Performance practice Musical statement say heyyy l Heyyy African and African American approaches to making music Sign ofJudgment 0 Ring shout 0 African and African American approaches to making music 0 Body motion as part of the performance 0 Poly rhythm o More than one rhythmic patter played Wilson emphasizes idea of rhythmic cash McIntosh County Shouters Video
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