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Lecture 6

Lecture 6 Notes

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Department
Music
Course
MUS111H1
Professor
Joshua Pilzer
Semester
Winter

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February 16, 2011 (Prof. Clark talked about the upcoming midterm test for some time but I havent included the information because its irrelevant) Today Democratizing force of piano Ernesto Nazareth, Brazil Piano in Japan and China India Burma Iran Piano goes out in other locations (1870s-1920s), height of imperialist conquering o 1870s is height of piano production 4 countries (US, Germany, France, Britain) producing lots of pianos o Local saturation of markets, looking to sell them abroad in order to find more markets o Expensive enterprise Piano doesnt transfer well from Europe originally detunes, warps o Piano tuners sent Publishing industry expands Music education: rise in development of conservatories We see general exoticism when hearing music from another place. How does this resonate with local music making? th o Ex: France is host to international exhibitions in late 19 century www.notesolution.com
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