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Ireland Air is a slow sentimental tune Captain Francis O Neill who clawed his way to top of police force early 20th century put together anthology of Irish music Bible for irish music Ceili 3 traditional music making venues a dance party musicians support the dancers Civil Service jobs came to north America difficult time to find jobs private businesses closed doors Only place they could get jobs was here Public jobs police fireman street car drivers Crossroads dances dances that were held away for the view of the English Emigration leaving some place Feis traditional music venue competition festival compete against other fiddlers Part of the larger system called Fleadh Cheoil Fleadh Cheoil organized Great Famine 1840 s great hunger drove million people out of Ireland Harp instrument most high prestige instrument through the Irish middle ages Symbol of ancient Ireland Hedge Schools like crossroad dances cultures passed from one generation to other Priest away from the view of the law taught them a lot Hell or Connaught famous response Oliver Cromwell gave to the parliament when chasing people out of their home Connaught rocky part of Ireland Immigration coming into a place Liz Carroll traditional fiddlers irsih American fiddler came up in the competitions from Chicago won the all irish championship Michael Coleman other fiddle recording sligo poorest counties produced the most incredible fiddle players career in the US Ori nte Oliver Cromwell lord of England envaded and took over Ireland Planxty an irish traditional tune composed in honor of someone Riverdance professional stage show presentational performance Not participatory Big concert hall Session traditional music making venue just about the music Hanging around teacher eachother tunes Turlough O Carolan last of the great harpers composer historian contemborary of yohu Sebastian bac last of novel tradition of harp players Uilleann pipes irish bagpipes a little smaller indoor instrument delicate sound Titon Onion Model circle model that has 5 levels of context that we bring to music Session feis and ceili 3 places where irish music is player Cuba Arsenio Rodriguez 1940 turned Cuban music upside down congo drums infrfont electrifiyed instruments made montuno section Bat sacred drums of sanitaria religion that combines Yoruba African and Spanish come in 3 BongosSmall pair of drums played with the fingertips Buena Vista Social Club film name of a club back in 1940 s Arsensio Rodriguez Canto song part soloist singing in verses hes singing words and its just a solo voice Celia Cruz fantastic band leader and signer 1950 then emigrated out of Cuba to New york unusual in world of Cuban Music STAR Chano Pozo musician conga player drummer dizzy Gillespie both invented what became latin jazz Clav instrument and a rhythm two hardwood sticks that bang together rhythm that everyone listens to and thinks about 3 beat with 2 beat Conga drums narrow barrels you play with your hands head of drum made out of cowhide thick and heavy Cuba largest island in the carribean 90 miles of coast of florida home of unique music and unique culture Di na introductory part first session of arumba nonsense syllables Diffusion when some trait crosses geographic lines into another world Dizzy Gillespie trumpet jazz player 1950 him and chano pozo created latin jazz Fan a record company coined the term salsa Cuban American company know the date mid 60 s Guaj ra type of folk song contry song from south east mountanis area of cuba represented by the folk singer in the film Havana place where the rumba immerged place where all the urban action is main city in Cuba music developed Captital city of cuba Latin Jazz genre of music Cuban rhythm and jazz improve and jazz arrangements American Genre Louis Armstrong trumpet player who influenced Cuban music 1920 Mont no 3rd section of a rumba call and response section Orisha a saint an orb of god Worship the Orishas each provides over a different aspect of life Worship through song and dance Rumba genre of music 1900 in Havana 3 sections Very specific instrument Combines many different elements Ry Cooder American musician and record producer series of recording of Buena vista social club Salsa genre of music and a marketing term coin by fania record company It means hot sauce Santer a syncretic religion of cuba reliogion that combines africo Cuban religion and Yoruba and catholism Septeto seven piece band 10 years later 7 instruments is the trumpet Sexteto came first 6 piece band Shango orisha god of thunder worship if youre a strong person or leader Son Cuban dance music largely base d around the clave Syncretic adj process of combining elements from different culture areas into something new Into something uniquely Cuban SyncretismTito Puente band leader salsa recording to listen Tr s Cuban guitar Tropicana big hotel casino 1940 50 ultimate in luxury bands played Yoruba largest ethnic group in west Africa paired with the Spanish Vocables nonsense syllables Yoruba drums come in threes traditional drums of the Yoruba


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