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Department
Music
Course
Music 1102A/B
Professor
Henry Meredith
Semester
Winter

Description
9/21/11 Lecture 5 -- Wednesday, September 21, 2011  Opera – “Old Maid and the Thief” o Idiophones  Cup and spoons  Smashing bottles in box to simulate broken glass o Bob’s Drunken aria  Triple: simple (versus compound)  Baritone  Coat hanger on a string o Requires a resonating chamber o Simplest type of idiophone Dr. Hank could find  Idiophone - whole instrument vibrates o Sometimes requires a resonating chamber to make sound  Resonating chamber: hollow cavity  With coat hanger – resonating chamber = head  Tuning fork requires a resonating chamber o Sometimes idiophones don’t require a resonating chamber  Uses air to resonant in  Example: triangle  Big enough to create its own resonance  Vibrations carry further in the air than on a coat hanger  Tambourine o Both an idiophone and membranophone -- an idiomembranophone, or membranoidiop
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