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CARLETONMUSI 1002John HigneyWinter

MUSI 1002 Study Guide - Winter 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Popular Music, The Beatles, Rock Music

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Constraints and creativity - arguments and framework (textbook pg. On the radio, streamed/listened to by most people. Often showcased in media, unprobl
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CARLETONMUSI 1002John HigneySummer

MUSI 1002 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Musi Language, Rock Music, Honorific Nicknames In Popular Music

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Platform to represent a culture, cross generation. F(cid:396)a(cid:374)s bie(cid:396)(cid:396)e(cid:396)"s defi(cid:374)itio(cid:374): normative (what
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CARLETONMUSI 2007William EchardFall

MUSI 2007 Study Guide - Final Guide: Malcolm Mclaren, Soul Music, Heteronormativity

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Musi exam: describe two important connections or similarities between early u. s. and early u. k. punk, and two important differences between them: War
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CARLETONMUSI 1002Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUSI 1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Maddie & Tae, Downtown Records, Marvin Freeman

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Pick up on own interest when researching for paper (sociology) Other countries (globalization) influential how does the music inflect the time of life
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CARLETONMUSI 1002Alyssa WoodsSpring

MUSI 1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Harry Belafonte, Paul Gilroy, Snoop Dogg

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Broader issue: musical borrowing (sampling, etc): sampling is type of musical borrowing, relies on technology. Issues have been of central importance:
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CARLETONMUSI 1002Alyssa WoodsFall

MUSI 1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Feminist Theory, Want To, Count Basie

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Text refers to any media form that is self-contained and conveys cultural meaning. Textual analysis is concerned with identifying and analyzing the for
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CARLETONMUSI 1001John HigneyFall

MUSI 1001 Final: Study of Music Review 10.12.2013

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We became interested in music around the world in the 18th century. Field work, might be racially offensive, people might not want to share their cultu
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CARLETONMUSI 1002Alyssa WoodsFall

MUSI 1002 Final: muzic assig 1

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CARLETONMUSI 1001Alyssa WoodsFall

MUSI 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cyndi Lauper, Dixie Chicks, Paul Gilroy

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An organizing element: musical characterisics, time periods, uses, types of listeners. Deined in part by disincions made by the music industry. Genres
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CARLETONMUSI 1002Alyssa WoodsWinter

MUSI 1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Prior Restraint, Dialectic, Dixie Chicks

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Genres: a category or type, an organizaion element. Ttypes of listeners: deined in part by disincions made by the music industry. Look at lyric element
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CARLETONMUSI 2007John HigneyFall

MUSI 2007 Study Guide - Final Guide: Wanda Jackson, Muchfact, Synthesizer

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CARLETONMUSI 2009Carolyn RamzyFall

MUSI 2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Erhu, Bhajan, Sarod

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