World Music

World Music

by Dr. David Salisbury

James Cook University, Australia

https://www.open2study.com


Module 1, Topic 1


Module 1, Topic 2


Module 1, Topic 3


Module 1, Topic 4


Module 1, Topic 5


Module 1, Topic 6


Module 1, Topic 7
African Music, part 1

We start by divided the land by regions:

  1. Northern Africa: Egypt, Carthage, Greek, Roman, Persian, Arab nations
  2. Eastern Africa: Arabic nations, India, Indonesia, Polynesia
  3. Central Africa: Chad, Central Africa, Congo, Zambia, Pygmy music
  4. Western Africa: Senegal, Zambia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia
  5. Southern Africa: South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland

    Module 1, Topic 8
    Influences on African Music

Languages

  1. Afro-asiatic:
  2. Nilo-Saharan: Sudan, Tchad
  3. Niger-Congo A:
  4. Niger-Congo B:
  5. Khoi-San: Namibia, Botswana
  6. Austronesian: Madagascar

    Module 1, Topic 9
    African Music, part 2

Music intruments

  1. Strings instruments (Harp, Kora, Fiddles, Kanoon,
  2. Brass instruments (Trumpet,
  3. Wood instruments (Flute,
  4. Balafon (xylophone type)
  5. Drums (Djembe, Baugarabou, Water drums, Ngoma drums,
  6. Slit gongs
  7. Rattles (Kosika, Rain stick, Bells, Wodden sticks,
  8. Double Bells
  9. Lamellophone (Embera, Idiophones, Imbera, Kalimba

Vocal technics

  1. Melasma
  2. Yodelling

Polyrythm


Module 1, Topic 10
The classification of instruments

Indian system:

System of Victor-Charles Mahillon

System of Enrick von Hornbostel and Curt Sachs


Module 2, topic 1
World Music and Traditional Society


Module2, topic 2


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Module 2, topic 5

 


Module 2, topic 6

 


Module 2, topic 7

 


Module 2, topic 8

 


Module 2, topic 9
Indian Music Influences

 


Module 2, topic 10
Aspects of Melody and Rhythm

Matra = rythm

Vibhag = mesure or bar

 

 


Module 3, topic 1
World Music and Contemporary Society

 


Module 3, topic 2
The Marketing of World Music

 


Module 3, topic 3
Locating Performances

 


Module 3, topic 4
Mapping or Describing a Performance

 


Module 3, topic 5
Discourse on Harmony

 


Module 3, topic 6
Harmony Continued

 


Module 3, topic 7
Latin Music

 


Module 3, topic 8
Latin Music Continued

Brazil:

Choro

Bossa nova

Samba

Antonio Carlos Jobim

The Girl from Ipanema

Ray Barretto

 


Module 3, topic 9
Latin Music Influences

 


Module 3, topic 10
Call and Response

Rumba


Module 4, topic 1
Blending of Traditional and Modern Music

Keroncong


Module 4, topic 2
How to Create Your Own World Music

John Meredith films real folk from Australia

Gamelan Orchestra


Module 4, topic 3
Using Technology to Document Performances

Dorothy Canfield Fisher and Helen Hartness Flanders

John Lomax

Bela Bartok

Mantle Hood


Module 4, topic 4
Editing a Performance

 


Module 4, topic 5
Discourse on Texture and Dynamics

Indonesian Randai


Module 4, topic 6
Texture and Dynamics Continued

 


Module 4, topic 7
Indonesian Music

Talempong


Module 4, topic 8
Indonesian Music Influences

Keroncong

Dangdut


Module 4, topic 9
Indonesian Music Continued

Kecak


Module 4, topic 10
Theme and Variation

Balungan

Pokok


 

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