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Studying Music of the World’s Cultures
The music and musical life of any society is a complex phenomenon
You’re looking to understand cultures from around the world
Your understanding will be limited if you do nothing
You want your appreciation to grow
The course will give you an understanding of world music that you seek in a global context
Here are numerous examples. Which ones are music? Which ones are not? Why?
We will study eleven different cultures, their similarities and their differences We will study eleven different cultures …their similarities and differences
Music is a cultural phenomenon
Each society has a musical system that suits its culture
How can culture affect music?
We must also examine each society’s ideas about music
There are Five Universals of Music
What types of expectations do audiences have when hearing music from their own culture?
Alan Merriam Developed a Three-Part Model
How is music considered a behaviour?
Musical instruments have five classifications
Aerophones (Wind instruments)
Chordophones (String instruments)
Since there are many similarities in musical instruments throughout the world, could there have been patterns of cultural diffusion? If you think so, how might they have operated?
Music changes over time
All music has a history
A culture’s music is affected when brought in contact with another musical culture
In many societies, music is often transmitted aurally
Western music has spread throughout the world
How can we be more open-minded when listening to music of another culture?
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