Music Unit 3

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brettfrett
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96935
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Music Unit 3
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2011-08-14 02:14:11
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Gadday Mate
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Aboriginal Australia
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  1. Australian Sounds
    • WonggaL song name
    • Songmen (singing)
    • clapsticks/handclaps
    • Didgeridoo
    • GAPU
    • English words/ aboriginal phrases
    • dance groove (synthesizer)
    • About kinship through mythology
  2. TUVA
    • Hoomei= tuvan overone
    • sygyt: higher overtones and ringing
    • kargyraa: deep rumbling subtone
    • Alash=modern:planting oats and grains
  3. India
    • Alap: Rag (bansuri=flute), tampura (buzzing)
    • Vadi= important note (satable, home)
  4. India
    • Gat: sitar (shankar), tampura (in beginnig)
    • Gat is a short fixed section
    • tabla=brums
  5. India
    • Filimi: Lagaan
    • Chorus: black cloud dont shower
    • woman snging with male
  6. Pakistan/ North India
    • Qwaali: begins with naghana= intro melodyw/ percussion following after harmonium
    • followed by rubai= first sung text
    • sabri brothers
    • singing in harmonium
    • hamd
    • dholak=drum to drive qawalli
    • chorus: secret of the universe, beginnig of all in every song on every instrument
  7. China
    • The moon reflected on the second spring
    • solo erhu
    • folk music known as Abing
    • conservatory
  8. China
    • Silk and bamboo ensemble: Jiangan Sizhu
    • one of ba daqu pipa
    • xiao
    • heterophonic
    • played at tea houses
  9. China
    • Sona= shwam: circular breathing
    • used for funerals
    • sounds like a bad trumpet
  10. China
    • Beijing Opera
    • Jingju
    • sounds like pans clashing
    • loose heterophinic fashion
  11. Indonesia
    • Puspawarna: kind of flowers
    • Javanese gamelan
    • hail to the chief
    • sounds like wind chimes
    • balungan
    • gerong: male chorus
  12. Indonesia
    • Bali
    • gamelan gong kebyar
    • kempli
    • all small gong
    • slayer of gongs
  13. Japan
    • Shakuhachi solo
    • exquisite control over time
    • meditative

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