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MUSI 2960 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Tumbao, Salsa Music, Conga

I. Conga drums 1. Quinto - small 2. Conga - medium 3. Tumbadora - large II. Clave pattern A. 3/2 clave has two sides, a three side and a t...

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MUSI 2960
Scott
MUSI 2960 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Drum Kit, Snare Drum, Mike Portnoy

1. Drum Kit - rock rhythm On high-end play 1-&-2-&-3-&-4-& a. Bass Drum 1-3 b. Snare Drum 2-4 2. Drum fill - where you start on one drum (example, snare drum) and go across...

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MUSI 2960
Scott
MUSI 2960 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Conga, Drum Rudiment, Drum Kit

African Drums that Ive learned or played in class Jembe Asiko Junjung Conga Jembe - can be identified by an open bottom and its goblet shape. Either play tilted away...

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MUSI 2960
Scott
MUSI 2040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mahalia Jackson, Carter Family, Yodeling

Jazz 02/06/17 Musical Characteristics - Short-long-short syncopation in melody - steady accompaniment - Multi-Strain form - AABBA, Trio: CCDD Ragtime Craze (1897-1920) - 1893 World’s Fiar - Began by “raggi...

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MUSI 2040
Naomi Graber
MUSI 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Caesura, Sonata Form
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Music Theory III Lecture 8 Sonata Form A) Exposition. - Presents most of the melodic motivic material for the entire movement and establishes its fundamental tonal conflict ...

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MUSI 2100
Gertch
MUSI 2100 Lecture 7: Music Theory III lecture 7
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Music Theory III Lecture 7 Augmented sixth chord 1. Features of Augmented Sixth Chord. Lowered 6, (le) in the bass and has raised 4 (fi) th In an upper voice and one in another upper voices. Le to sol Fi to sol Functi...

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MUSI 2100
Gertch
MUSI 2100 Lecture 6: Music Theory III lecture 6.
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Music Theory III Lecture 6 The Neapolitan chord Major triad built on lowered 2 . Rafale Found most often in minor keys, but it is possible to find in major keys when borrowing lowered sixth. Almost always in first inver...

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MUSI 2100
Gertch
MUSI 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Voice Leading, Borrowed Chord, Mediant
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Music Theory III Lecture 5. Continue on modal mixture Altered tonic harmony in Major: i - In major keys, composers sometimes alter the third of the tonic chord to make it minor. Altered Mediant harmony i...

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MUSI 2100
Gertch
MUSI 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Submediant, Borrowed Chord
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Music Theory III Lecture 4 Modal Mixture What is modal mixture? - “borrowed chords” - used a lot is late classical period and early romantic. - Instead of tonicising secondary key, they cre...

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MUSI 2100
Gertch
MUSI 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ostinato, Probability Distribution
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Music Theory III Lecture 3 Continuous Variation Forms  Theme - Relatively short (often a single phrase) - It gives the effect of being incomplete in order to permit each variation to flow ...

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MUSI 2100
Gertch
MUSI 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Diatonic And Chromatic, Chromaticism, Alberti Bass
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Music Theory III Lecture 2 Sectional Variation Forms Sectional Variation: each variation is closed harmonically. - Theme and each variation is closed. - Theme is a binary form  Also possible...

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MUSI 2100
Gertch
MUSI 2100 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 music theory
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Music theory III Lecture 1. Binary form A) Thematic Design Melodicmotivic material 1) Simple binary No material is from R1 returns in R2. R1: Reprise 1. R2: Reprise 2 2) Rounded Binary Material from beginning of R1 return...

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MUSI 2100
Gertch
MUSI 2040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Creole Music, Ragtime, The New York Times

find more resources at oneclass.com Jazz: The Ragtime Craze  Sources of Ragtime o Marches and dances – steady part of ragtime o Caribbean and Creole music o Cakewalks – Africa...

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MUSI 2040
Naomi Graber
MUSI 2040 Lecture 9: Theater/Pop - Vaudeville, Tin Pan Alley, and the Beginnings of Broadway

Theater/Pop: Vaudeville, Tin Pan Alley, and the Beginnings of Broadway  Vaudeville o Railroads – theater performers could reach further places o Touring, variety acts – individual acts each a...

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MUSI 2040
Naomi Graber
MUSI 2040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hymn, Psalms, Parlour Music

Religion: Beginnings of Gospel th  Review: 18 Century Hymnody o Homophonic, rough sound  Shape notes and “democratic” hymnody o Separation between sacred a...

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MUSI 2040
Naomi Graber

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