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Lecture 2

MUS 1030 Lecture 2: World Music- Africa

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Department
Music
Course Code
MUS 1030
Professor
M Moeller

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World Musi:
Afria
The Motherlad
Birthplae of the hua rae
 illio people; etreel diersified laguages
 Regios = oo histories ad ultural traits
North Afria = Middle East
Cetral Afria
East Afria
West Afria*
“outher Afria*
Musi ad Dae Iterdepedet
Griot = guardia of usial ad oral traditios
Toe laguage = ariatios i pith distiguish ords of differet eaigs that otherise
ould soud alike
Talkig dru = iitates speeh toes sigals
West Afria
Federal Repuli of Nigeria
Populatio: . illio
Life Epeta =  e,  oe
Laguages: Eglish, Yorua, Io, Hausa
Religios: Isla, Christiait, idigeous eliefs
Traditioal Yorua Musi
Yorua Kigdo estalished 
Farers
Yas
Cor
Millet
Cooa
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Description
World Music: Africa The Motherland Birthplace of the human race 800 million people; extremely diversified languages 5 Regions = common histories and cultural traits North Africa = Middle East Central Africa East Africa West Africa* Southern Africa* Music and Dance Interdependent Griot = guardian of musical and oral traditions Tone language = variations in pitch distinguish words of different meanings that otherwise would sound alike Talking drum = imitates speech tones (signals) West Africa Federal Republic of Nigeria Population: 166.6 million Life Expectancy = 52 (men), 53 (women) Languages: English, Yoruba, Ibo, Hausa Religions: Islam, Christianity, indigenous beliefs Traditional Yoruba Music Yoruba Kingdom established 1400 Farmers Yams Corn Millet Cocoa
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