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U OF AMUSIC103Deanna DavisFall

MUSIC103 Lecture Notes - Pop Style, Materialism, Bill Haley

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11 Mar 2014
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U OF AMUSIC103Brian FauteuxFall

MUSIC103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Musicology

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8 Sep 2016
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The condition of being a subject: i. e. , the quality of possessing perspectives, experiences, feelings, beliefs, desires, and/or power . The tether be
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U OF AMUSIC103Brian FauteuxFall

MUSIC103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Paradise Garage, Kevin Drew, Click Track

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10 Dec 2017
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Dec. 4th music scenes of the 1990s (cid:862)i(cid:374)die(cid:863) a(cid:374)d (cid:862)alte(cid:396)(cid:374)ati(cid:448)e(cid:863) Late 1980s: the be
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U OF AMUSIC103Brian FauteuxFall

MUSIC103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Madonna (Entertainer), Jon Pareles, Mtv Channel

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28 Nov 2017
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Nov. 20th virtual music, identity, and technology in the 1980s. The beatles in 1966: music programs (ex. Top of the pops) that showed music videos. Mtv
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U OF AMUSIC103Brian FauteuxFall

MUSIC103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Funky Drummer, Drum Machine, Profit Margin

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10 Dec 2017
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Nov. 27th the commercialization of hip hop. Enfolds range of behaviours, attitudes, and ideologies: rapping, djing, breakdancing, graffiti (cid:862)pro
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U OF AMUSIC103Brian FauteuxFall

MUSIC103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: I Wanna Be Your Dog, Louie Louie, Punk Rock

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24 Nov 2017
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Nov. 8th reacting to rock: punk, reggae, and disco. Music produced and heard in spaces in diverse locations. Paradox: economic development through musi
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U OF AMUSIC100Sandy ThorburnFall

Lecture Notes Detailed notes of everything covered during lectures. Completely based upon what the Professor said during class; he covers many things which are not in the textbook and are important for tests. Very helpful if you miss a class!

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16 Oct 2011
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In modern day, western music is defined by certain cultural behaviours; one goes to concert, does not talk, claps at the end: music is valued as a comm
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U OF AMUSIC103Brian FauteuxFall

MUSIC103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Juvenile Delinquency, Fats Domino, Ida Red

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13 Oct 2017
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Oct. 2nd- the e(cid:373)erge(cid:374)(cid:272)e of o(cid:272)k (cid:858)n(cid:859) oll i(cid:374) the post(cid:449)ar era. Becomes a central instrument
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U OF AMUSIC101David GramitFall

MUSIC101 Lecture Notes - Hector Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique, Fugue

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12 Nov 2012
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Romantic, unify works, literary connection, arouse deep emotions. Character pieces, concert overtures, program symphonies, symphonic poems. Program mus
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U OF AMUSIC103Brian FauteuxFall

MUSIC103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Bert Berns, Love Me Do, Gustav Mahler

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24 Nov 2017
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Oct. 23rd the 1960s continued: the british invasion, american popular music, & 60s counterculture. Each city is distinct; character of the city shaped
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U OF AMUSIC103Brian FauteuxFall

MUSIC103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Ronald Mourad Cohen, Brining, Subterranean Homesick Blues

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25 Oct 2017
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Oct. 18th - the 1960s: surf, urban folk, motown, and soul. California becomes the most populous state and important for economic production: makes sens
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U OF AMUSIC103Brian FauteuxFall

MUSIC103 Lecture 13: Hip Hop

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1 Dec 2016
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