Different cultures like Latin America, African, Chinese, Asian and Arabic have their own distinct likes and uses of musical instruments. Arabic music is antique in nature and sounds as beautiful as it would have even prior to 500…
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It requires the breath of the player to play it efficiently. The cultural history of aero-phones is found in Latin America. There are many artifact evidences available for aero-phone usage in historic times in Latin Amercia (Kuss, 2004, pp.263-264). Ductless, Duct, Lip suction aero-phones and reed made aero-phones all are the musical cultural identity of Latin America. Other cultures use aero-phones in form of Mizwid and Nay in Arabic music (Arab Music, 2009), Mouth organs like Shakuhachi in Japan (Musical Instruments, 2000) and flutes in Indian culture.
Chordophones have a huge emergence from Arabic, Latin America, India, West Africa and Chinese culture. It is used abundantly in Arabic Music in the form of ud, buzuq, qanun and rababah also in Pakistan, India, Turkey and Greece (Arab Music, 2009). Laud, a Latin American pear shaped instrument is descendant of Ud from Arabic musical instruments (Torres, 2013, pp.228).
They create sound of music with strike, shake or pluck. In Arabic music, sijat and mihbaj used and can be categorized in idiophones (Arab Music, 2009). Zill is an example of idiophones used by musicians and belly dancers. Xylophones, Gong-chimes, and Cymbals and Metallophones, are used widely in Asian culture and hence are the most prominent culture for idiophones (Musical Instruments of the Indian Subcontinent, 2013).
These are chiefly drums. They use stretched surface to create voice. Membranophones are used commonly in African, Arabic and Asian cultures. The most prominent use of these is in African culture in form of drums. In Asian culture, tabla is a membranaphone used in Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, India etc. In Chinese culture Tsuzmui made up of deer skin is used (Musical Instruments, 2000). In Arabic music, the instruments are tabl, darbukkah and riqq (Arab Music, 2009). Master players of riq include Mohamed El Arabi , Adel Shams Eddine , Hossam Ramzi from Egypt (Arabic Musical Instruments,
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Indonesian Music. It is believed that one cannot research, record and listen to all types of Indonesian musical genres. The music of Indonesia represents the rich cultures that exist in Indonesia. The music also demonstrates the effects of the various cultural; influences that have contributed to the evolution and changes that have occurred in Indonesian music.
As Craig Lockard himself suggests, this book relates to another work f his that addresses a "similar subject matter in non-Asian contexts such as Jamaica, Trinidad, Chile, Brazil, Nigeria, and South Africa" (p. ix). This theoretical framework is evident in the narrative f the individual ethnographic chapters, and reveals an orientation towards representing Southeast Asian popular music as a largely anti-structural, non-mainstream expressive culture.
The problem is that modern high school methods of teaching music are diminishing student interest rather than fostering understanding or appreciation. Music is taught almost entirely on theory and history, the first of which, while useful eventually, is only loosely connected to the musical variety students are exposed to in the world.
A recipient of several national and international awards, Bidini is also a gifted conductor in Italy, and, as on October 2005, also happened to be a professor in the piano department of the "Universitt der Knste - Berlin." (Providing Inspiration and Joy Though Orchestral Music.
ve variety, World Music is a boom in the dynamic music arena, while the same appears to be a vague musical utopia to those who consider the harmonious composition of hybrid music to be impure and unauthentic.
According to David Byrne, one who hates World Music, authenticity of
This video features an old man, Tommy Jarrell, playing the fiddle for the whole three minutes and 15 seconds. He also sings at the same time. The fiddle is played as a background for a short documentary film about Sprout Wings in flight over a mountainous background.
In Arabic concert the elated state of singer along with connection with his audience is evident. Highly expressive music and poetry of this region makes the bond of music here even stronger (Alves, 2012, pp.87).
Aero phone requires air column to be played with. It requires
This paper is going to consider the ways in which various musical cultures have exhibited processes of cross cultural interaction. In addition, this paper is going to use examples of two communities and their kind of cross cultural
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