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MUS-L 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Adagia, Fender Stratocaster
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Day 5 Identifying Chords Read notes PIMA Open strings, highest and lowest (E) Origins: o Harp, Lyre, Lute How guitars were used in ancient civ. o Social events Rhythm o Beat Tempo Clapping hands is a response to the beat ...

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MUS-L 121
Daniel Duarte
MUS-L 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Vibrato
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Day 1: Critical Listening: Terms and Tools for Concert Music Appreciation Tools for judging a performance and write reviews Music elements, structure and guitar effects Listening Skills ...

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MUS-L 121
Daniel Duarte
MUS-L 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Adolph Rickenbacker, Acoustic Guitar, Paul Bigsby
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Day 2- The Electric Guitar A new instrument o An Era: Bell & Edison (telephone & gramophone) o Dance Music - social life o Large Bands o Guitar- Accompanying instrume...

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MUS-L 121
Daniel Duarte
MUS-L 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: You Really Got Me, Charlie Christian, Fender Stratocaster
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Day 3- 9/26 The Guitar Riff British Invasion (Reintroducing American Music to America o The Animals, The Who Guitar Heroes o Commonality: Blues guided o Commercial Value ...

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MUS-L 121
Daniel Duarte
MUS-L 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Joseph Kekuku, Classical Guitar, Cross Bracing
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Day 6 Acoustic Guitar Classical Guitar from Europe to America o Most common type of guitar (18th-19th century) o Classical guitar development in EUrope o Brought to America by Immig...

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MUS-L 121
Daniel Duarte
MUS-L 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Conjoined Twins
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Day 7 The Classical Guitar 1780- 6 strings guitar first documented Antonio Ballestero Obra para guitarra de seis ordenes o Works for 6 strings guitar Baroque Guitar Experiments:...

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MUS-L 121
Daniel Duarte
MUS-Z 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Corrido, Narcocorrido, Mexican Americans

Mexicos regional sones North (The borderlands) Corrido o Long narrative songpoetry o Likely descendant of 16 century Spanish Romance o Used to tell stories, commemorate important events, pass on news o Part of a larger Sp...

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MUS-Z 213
Javier Leon
MUS-Z 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Octosyllable, Drum, Maraca

Cuba and Puerto Rico Spanish Poetic Forms in the Caribbean Copla o 4 lines of octosyllabic text o Follows different rhyme schemes associated with different styles Dcima o 10 lines of octosyllabic text o Follows different...

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MUS-Z 213
Javier Leon
MUS-T 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Aretha Franklin, Melisma, Curtom Records

Soul Music 1) Soul Music Aesthetic • Derived from Black Churches. • Gospel singer – Gospel preacher • Soul singers are the secular counterparts of gospel preachers o Improvisator...

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MUS-T 231
Rachel Caswell
MUS-T 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Bix Beiderbecke, John Coltrane, Miles Davis

Miles Davis /John Coltrane 1) Miles Davis (1926 – 1991) • Styles – bebop, cool jazz, hard bop, free jazz elements, ethnic & fusion. • Constantly changed while still sounding like ...

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MUS-T 231
Rachel Caswell
MUS-T 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ornette Coleman, Cecil Taylor, Unit Structures

Free Jazz 1) Free Jazz • Response to general upheaval of 1960s • Free Jazz never real joins the mainstreams – remains radical , audiences are devoted but small. • Without adopting it...

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MUS-T 231
Rachel Caswell
MUS-T 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mingus Ah Um, Jelly Roll Morton, Ornette Coleman

The year that changed Jazz 1) The year that changed Jazz • Four pivotal albums released making 1959 one of the most significant years in jazz • Heralded the changes in music and the ...

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MUS-T 231
Rachel Caswell
MUS-T 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hard Bop, Cool Jazz, Bebop

Hard  Bop     1) Hard  Bop   • Received  greater  critical  acclaim  than  Cool  while  Cool/West  Coast   sold  better.   ...

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MUS-T 231
Rachel Caswell
MUS-T 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cool Jazz, Lee Konitz, Dizzy Gillespie

Cool Jazz 1) Post War America – • Economic Boom : GI’s were coming back . Lots of financial benefits • First seethe notion of the American dream – house in the suburbs ...

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MUS-T 231
Rachel Caswell
MUS-T 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Saturday Night Fish Fry, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Jim Crow Laws

Rhythm and Blues 1. Rhythm and Blues a. Originally a dance music – b. Race Records: beginning of the 20s, AA were supportive of the terms as this is what represented them. The term if offensive r...

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MUS-T 231
Rachel Caswell

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