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World music cd 3 – #14 brazil: samba – “agoniza, mas nao morre”

To what extent does this week’s music reflect pre-Columbian, European, or African musical traits? Be sure to use specific musical examples from this week’s listening and scholarly sources to support your ideas.
World Music CD 3 – #4 Haiti: Vodou ritual – Excerpts from “Bosou Djo Eya”
World Music CD 3 -#5 Jamaica: Reggae – “Torchbearer”
World Music CD 3 – #6 Trinidad: Calypso – “Money is King”
World Music CD 3 – #7 Trinidad: Steel Band – “Jump Up”
World Music CD 3 – #8 – Puerto Rico: Plena – “Carmelina”
World Music CD 3 – #9 Cuba: Son – “Soneros Son”
World Music CD 3 – #10 Dominican Republic: Merengue – “Apágame la Vela”
World Music CD 3 – #11 Brazil: Amazonian Chant – “Nhiok: Okkaikrikti”
World Music CD 3 – #12 Peru: Sikuri (Panpipe) Ensemble – “Easter Music”
World Music CD 3 – #13 Argentina: Tango – “El Choclo”
World Music CD 3 – #14 Brazil: Samba – “Agoniza, Mas Nao Morre”
World Music CD 3 – #15 Brazil: Capoeira Music – “Saia do Mar Marinheiro”
World Music CD 3 – #16 Mexico: Mariachi – “Los Arrieros”

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U.s.a.: old regular baptist lined hymn – “and must this body die”

What is “American” music and what differentiates it from European or African music? Be sure to use scholarly sources and specific musical examples from this week’s listening to support your ideas.
Canada: Cape Breton Fiddling – “E Minor Jigs”
U.S.A.: Ballad-Singing – “Edward”
U.S.A.: Old Regular Baptist Lined Hymn – “And Must This Body Die”
U.S.A.: Singing School Shape-Note Music – “Exhortation”
U.S.A.: Bluegrass – “True Life Blues”
U.S.A.: African-American Spiritual – “Come and go to that land”
U.S.A.: African-American Gospel Choir – “God is Good All The Time”
Country Blues – “Sweet Home Chicago”
Nuyorican (New York City) Salsa – “Quítate de la vía Perico”
Cajun Music – “La talle des ronces”
Plains Indian Dance Song – “Rock Dance Song”
Native American Flute – “Courting Song”

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This will save space on an already short 2-page persuasive essay.

Directions
Choose ONE topic from the list below and write a well-thought and sourced paper. Papers must be at least two full pages (typed, 12-pt font Times New Roman, double-spaced, standard (default) margins). Please choose between MLA or APA formatting (Links to an external site.). Formatting will be strictly enforced, and points will be taken away if papers are not formatted correctly. Late assignments will receive a maximum of 90% credit, and will drop by a letter grade for each class missed beyond the due date. None will be accepted after the final exam.
Minimum number of sources: at least one (1) “book” (i.e. full-text/book-length sources, e.g. DeVeaux & Giddens), PLUS at least one (1) or more “articles” (not blogs) . Online sources are ok as long as they meet the above (and academic-quality) standards. A strong “A” paper typically will cite 3-6 such sources, on average.
Writing Assignment #1 is due by Friday, October 7th at 11:59pm.
Please note: Late submissions will lose 1 letter grade (10 points) for each week beyond the due date

Please choose from the following prompts:
1. What was the Great Migration? What is its significance for jazz history?
2. Compare and contrast the style of two of these bands:
Original Dixieland Jazz Band
King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band
Jelly Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers
OR
3. How did racial issues in the post–Civil War United States affect the development of jazz
during the period covered by Chapter 1?

Formatting expectations:
Basic Cover/Title page (your name, our class, project/paper title, your submission date). While strict MLA formatting typically shuns cover pages, you should include one for this assignment and omit a header on the first page of your essay. This will save space on an already short 2-page persuasive essay.
Omit a header on the first page of your essay. Instead, include a cover page. This may be different than strict MLA formatting, but it will save space for your impassioned and well-cited/sourced essays!
Minimum 2 pages, double-spaced (not inclusive of your cover page & bibliography/works cited pages).
12 pt. standard-sized font Times New Roman (not wide fonts e.g. Courier or Copperplate, to manipulate page limit)
Default/standard margins (also don’t use this to manipulate page limits; penalties will apply)
Bibliography page (sometimes called Works Cited; sources laid out in a proper MLA or APA citation format, separate from your in-text citations)
In-Text citations (sources cited as you go, in proper citation format, separate from bibliography page)
Essentially, think of this as an argument sandwich. You’ve got your cover and bibliography/works cited pages acting as the bread (rye, brioche or French roll for me!), and your well researched and sourced/cited arguments are the filling (I’m a sucker for a good tuna sandwich personally, and nothing is better than a New Orleans fried shrimp Poboy (Links to an external site.). But I deliciously digress!) Make the arguments delicious and filling, like a Clyde Stubblefield solo (Links to an external site.), and sandwich it between your cover page and your thorough works cited/bibliography.

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Please answer all prompts in your own thoughts and words and outlined format or lose credit.

VIEW THE CLIP AT THE BOTTOM FROM THE MUSICAL STAGE PRODUCTION OF BURN THE FLOOR
WRITE A DETAILED EVALUATION OF THE FIRST THREE DANCES THAT APPEAR WITHIN THE FIRST SECTIONS OF THIS CLIP USING THE CRITERIA FOR FORMAL CRITICISM BELOW – WRITE ONE SECTION FOR EACH DANCE USING SUB HEADINGS A, B, C ( 100 words each letter) AND FORMAT AS INDICATED BELOW. DON’T FORGET TO CREATE A TITLE.
First dance starts at 1:06 and ends 5:40.
The second dance sequence starts AT APRPOX 5:40 with the audience applause and dancers ripping their costumes and ending (8:54)
Third dance begins AT 9:00 with the airport tower announcer and ends at (12:27) .
Please answer all prompts in your own thoughts and words and outlined format or lose credit. Don’t forget to state the question and put your answer below it.
1. DANCE #1 – CREATE YOUR OWN TITILE FOR IT THEN WRITE A 100 WORD PARAGRAPH FOR EACH A,B,C.
A. DESCRIPTIVE
B. INTERPRETIVE
C. EVALUATIVE
2. DANCE #2 – CREATE YOUR OWN TITILE FOR IT THEN WRITE A 100 WORD PARAGRAPH FOR EACH A,B,C.
A. DESCRIPTIVE
B. INTERPRETIVE
C. EVALUATIVE
3. DANCE #3 – CREATE YOUR OWN TITILE FOR ITTHEN WRITE A 100 WORD PARAGRAPH FOR EACH A,B,C.
A. DESCRIPTIVE
B. INTERPRETIVE
C. EVALUATIVE
The YouTube link of the video: https://youtu.be/rS3_utQE108

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This is a discussion board paper of 250 words over chapters 8-12 from the book the enjoyment of music 13th edition by forney, kristine, dell’antonio, andrew

This is a discussion board paper of 250 words over chapters 8-12 from the book The Enjoyment of Music 13th edition by Forney, Kristine, Dell’Antonio, Andrew

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This paper should be 250 words or more on the popular music report over gospel song final answer by tamela mann.

This paper should be 250 words or more on the popular music report over gospel song Final Answer by Tamela Mann. Attached is the outline for it.

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Click the “pause” button when you hear the end of that idea, and write down the counter time, and whether it is idea a or idea b.

I​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​n this assignment, you will listen to Handel’s See Here the Conqu’ring Hero Comes and identify the musical ideas in the piece, as follows:
Listen to the attached music
Watch the counter on the player, and click the pause button when you hear the beginning of the first musical idea (A or B).
While the player is paused, write down the counter time at the beginning of that first idea. Make sure you label the musical idea as Idea A or Idea B.
Then, click the “play” button again, and listen for the end of the idea currently in progress (Idea A or B).
Click the “pause” button when you hear the end of that idea, and write down the counter time, and whether it is Idea A or Idea B.
For example: Idea A 0:18-0:24
Idea B 0.25-0:38
6.Continue writing down the order of musical ideas A and B (​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​including their start and stop times) throughout the entire piece, and try to identify any pattern you see.
Here is a YouTube link of the same performance, in case you are having troubles with the audio:

Submit your list of beginning and ending counter times for each musical idea as it occurs, identifying the “A”s and “B”s associated with those times, and the recurring pattern (if you were able to identify one).
Notice the changes in dynamic levels (volume). Can you identify which instruments are added towards the end to support the character suggested in the title of the piece? Explain how Handel uses dynamics and timbre to achieve variety in the examples that you created.
Two well written paragraphs about the piece, with as many details as you hear, will be enough​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​.

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Events of the scene.

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Reaction Paper 3 Directions
Write a reaction paper on the musical piece. Imagine that you have taken on the task of making
a 38-minute video about your own life, set to this music. Describe the scenes in the video. (It
can be four separate stories from your own life, with a movement for each, or one story in four
parts, with a movement for each part.)
Start with an introductory paragraph. Give a brief overview statement of the paper’s contents
as spelled out below, identifying the composition and composer by name, and summarily
previewing the key points of the paragraphs to follow.
Like most symphonies, Beethoven’s 5th is in four movements. Since there are four movements
to the symphony, after the intro paragraph write four substantive paragraphs, each explaining
the scene associated with that movement of the symphony, and how the elements of music as
found​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ in Kamien and used in the movement of the symphony would fit the emotions and
events of the scene.
Tip: shoot for a 50/50 balance of attention and detail between details about the
music—the way it uses the elements (tempo, meter, dynamics, modality [major/minor],
harmonic tension [consonant/dissonant], timbre, texture [which “-phonic” word], and
form)—and how each connects with the personal details it evokes in your hearing. Don’t
start the paragraph with something like “this movement’s upbeat pace reminded me
of…” and then spend the rest of it telling your personal story with no more reference to
the music’s details.
That said, there is no one "right" answer, only answers that show you understand the elements
of music as they are used in each the four movements of the symphony, and answers that show
you don’t.
Be sure to include at least two resources, including the textbook. The sources should be
properly re​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ferenced in APA format.

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Address melodic shape.

Choose a song to analyze and provide a YouTube link.
a. Remember to “quote,” underline, or italicize titles. (“Song title” by Artist from Album Title)
b. Ex. “Inspire the Liars” by Dance Gavin Dance from Mothership
3. Review the Terminological Starter.
4. Use 800 words and fill out all 5 sections of the template.
5. Provide a bibliography. You must cite all outside sources, including the actual music itself.
Name:
Song Title, Group, and YouTube Link:
Section 1: Identify the meter: duple, triple, quadruple meter or something else? explain which you
hear and how/where you can hear it. Locate at least one syncopation and one instance of dotted
rhythms, or state that there are no such instances.
Section 2: Major and/or Minor Harmonies: explain which you think you hear, where, and why. Be sure
to clarify if you’re labeling the entire song as major and minor or simply a specific moment. Check for
consonance/dissonance.
Section 3: Conjunct and/or Disjunct melody: locate one or both of these melodic styles within the song
(be specific about where), and explain why you think you’re correct. Address melodic shape.
Section 4: Homophony and/or Polyphony: locate one or both of these textures within the song (be
specific about where), and explain why you think you’re correct.
Section 5: Other: choose at least one term from the Terminological Starter and explain where you
think you hear it in the song and why. You can also discuss musical traits not found on the
Terminological Starter.
Works Cited: