MSU MUS 239 - LECTURE NOTES (18 pages)

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Missouri State University
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Mus 239 - Introduction to World Music
Introduction to World Music Documents

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MUS 239 Introduction to World Music Telecourse Ellis Hall Hall Room Room 226 226 Ellis Dr John John Prescott Prescott Instructor Dr Instructor Office HHPA 309 Office Hours M F 8 AM Phone 836 5748 Email johnprescott missouristate edu Course Web Site courses missouristate edu johnprescott Introduction to World Music Missouri State University 1 Reading Assignment for Today Chapter 1 What are are the the four four components components of of aa Music Culture Music Culture What Can Can you you hear hear and and feel feel the the metrical metrical rhythm rhythm in in the the pieces you are listening to Chapter 10 What type type of of music music do do YOU YOU want want to to learn learn about about What Introduction to World Music Missouri State University 2 MUS 239 Introduction to World Music Chapter 1 The Music Culture as a World of Music Introduction to World Music Missouri State University 3 What is music Soundscape characteristic sounds of a place In general music is sound that is humanly organized Sometimes it s not easy to separate sound and music Musical Examples I 1 and I 2 Introduction to World Music Missouri State University 4 Patterns in Music Rhythm Meter Metrical rhythm rhythm rhythm rhythm with with recurring recurring accent accent Metrical pattern Melody Principal tune tune made made of of aa succession succession of of tones tones in in Principal particular rhythm rhythm particular Harmony Accompaniment to a melody Form Structural arrangement of musical musical ideas ideas Introduction to World Music Missouri State University 5 Harmony Texture Four Kinds Monophonic distinct single melody Homophonic single melody with accompanying harmony Polyphonic more than one melody Heterophonic single melody but each instrument plays it differently Introduction to World Music Missouri State University 6 Ways of Looking at Musical Instruments Classification Sachs Hornbostel Instrument Classification Idiophone Membranophone Chordophone Aerophone Electrophone



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