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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Moral Panic, Misogyny, Super Freak

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By vertical description i mean what is happening all together a single moment in time. By horizontal description i mean how some of which probably help
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Heterosexuality, War Measures Act, Cultural Hegemony

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Prince little red corvette (1983) dancer, perhaps to compensate for lack of virtuosic vocal ability. Emerges out of minneapolis black music scene. Uses
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Eddie Van Halen, The Jackson 5, Nelson George

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What is happening all together at a single moment in time: horizontal. Prominent farfisa organ sound cheap analog organ sound reminiscent of early. Str
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Devo, I Wanna Be Sedated, Lilienstein

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Circle sky from film head (1968) featuring the. Discours for simplicity, authenticity, anti- mainstream/anti-commercialism (see. A musical alternative
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Paul Anka, Bobby Rydell, Frankie Avalon

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The way in which musical parameters (melody, harmony, rhythm, timbre) come together in a composition. Especially pertains to relationship between harmo
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Phil Ochs, Pete Seeger, Amy Ray

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Associated with left-wing, power to the people politics. Key figure in development of pop music and r&r in early 1960s. Producer, songwriter, arranger,
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Little Jackie, Tambourine, Please, Please, Please

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Themes: fight for rights, black pride. Luther king jr. brings more militancy, more explicit relations to black power, some influence from groups like b
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Brian Epstein, The Crickets, Sound Techniques

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Style change: rhythm becomes dominant musical parameter: melodic instruments played percussively, loosely-organized melody over. Both men, heterosexual
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Mick Jagger, You Really Got Me, Different Class

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American tour who introduces them to marijuana; influence almost immediately apparent on lyrics. Beginnings of psychedlia: influence of psychelic drugs
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Dialectic, Frank Zappa, Donald Peers

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One of, if not the first super group band composed of musicians already famous from earlier groups, in this case: Jack bruce (bass), ginger rogers (dru
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Drug Culture, Will You Love Me Tomorrow, Front De Libération Du Québec

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23 May 2012
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Music festivals are the site of challenges to counter-cultural ideologies. Newport folk festival when dylan goes electric (1965) Widespread social opti
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Baroque Pop, Mothership Connection, Counterpoint

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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Jimmy Page, Power Chord, Falsetto

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23 May 2012
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Use of rock and funk rhythms and electric instruments with jazz focus on instrumental improvisation. At first, no, it was used synonymously. But toward
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Grammy Award For Best Disco Recording, Rod Stewart, The Trammps

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From birmingham, england, a mostly industrial city. First known as earth and very blues based, but adopt satanic dark image along with new name. Extens
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MCGILLCHEM 110Bryan SanctuaryFall

CHEM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Bohr Model, Louis De Broglie, Pauli Exclusion Principle

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Electromagnetic radiation is a form of energy transmission in which electric and magnetic fields are propagated as waves through empty space (a vacuum)
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MCGILLCHEM 110Bryan SanctuaryFall

CHEM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 234: Solution, Avogadro Constant, Atomic Number

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Chem 110 chapter 2, 3, 4 smart notes. Chapter 2: atoms and the atomic theory: early chemical discoveries and the atomic theory. The total mass of subst
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MCGILLCHEM 110Bryan SanctuaryFall

CHEM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Significant Figures

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MCGILLCHEM 110Bryan SanctuaryFall

CHEM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Benzene, Thermal Conductivity, Electronic Band Structure

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11. 1: what a bonding theory should do. When the potential energy reaches its lowest value, the two h atoms combine into a h2 molecule through a covale
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MCGILLCHEM 110Bryan SanctuaryFall

CHEM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Enthalpy, Ionic Compound, Lattice Energy

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12. 1: intermolecular forces: van der waals forces. The term van der waals forces is used to describe, collectively intermolecular forces of the london
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MCGILLCHEM 110Bryan SanctuaryFall

CHEM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Atomic Orbital, Chemical Polarity, Electronegativity

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10. 1: lewis theory: an overview: lewis theory. Electrons, especially valence electrons, play a fundamental role in chemical bonding. Ionic bonding occ
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MCGILLPHYS 142Yoichi MiyaharaWinter

PHYS 142 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Wax Paper, Electrolytic Capacitor, Dielectric

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A combination of two conductors is called a capacitor. If the conductors carry charges of equal magnitude and opposite sign, a potential difference exi
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MCGILLPHYS 142Yoichi MiyaharaWinter

PHYS 142 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Test Particle, Robert Andrews Millikan, Electric Potential Energy

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25. 1: electric potential and potential difference: electric potential. Change in the electric potential energy of a system. We often take the value of
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MCGILLPHYS 142Yoichi MiyaharaWinter

PHYS 142 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Electric Flux, Electric Field, Surface Charge

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8 May 2012
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The product of the electric field e and surface area a perpendicular to the field is called the electric flux. Electric flux is proportional to the num
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MCGILLPHYS 142Yoichi MiyaharaWinter

PHYS 142 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Test Particle, Electric Field, International System Of Units

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8 May 2012
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23. 1 properties of electric charges: electric charges. Charges of the same sign repel one another and charges with opposite signs attract one another.
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Time Inc., Time Warner, Tony Judt

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Very successfully adapted gospel songs to secular: it must be jesus became. I ve got a woman ; this little light of. Why did ray charles say his music
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Golden Gate Quartet, Signify, Caldonia

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Hymns: religious song praising god; distinguished from psalms or anthems in not taken from verses in bible. Ballads from the british isles: not in the
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Bessie Smith, Cultural Capital, Fisk Jubilee Singers

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Melodies: diatonic (vs. chromatic) with vocal range of an octave or less. Harmony: simple, tonal, triadic with (over time) increasing use of added. Swe
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MCGILLMUAR 392Melvin BackstromSummer

MUAR 392 Lecture Notes - Recording Studio, Emile Berliner, Melisma

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Normative: popular music is an inferior type. Negative: popular music is that which is not folk or art music. Sociological: popular music is associated
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