Always number your answers to coincide with the numbered question. Always supply references from Simoncic lectures or lecture notes, the Textbook or youtube at the end of each Threaded Discussion.
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4. (5 pts) Would you say that “Folsom Prison Blues”, from the textbook recording follows the “Classic” form of the 12-bar blues in rhymed couplet as described by Bernstein? This answer may be somewhat subjective, but please try defending your answer by referring to the Bernstein youtube lecture and not just the author of the textbook.
Counter number 5:13 to 7:37 Bela Bartok string quartet where folk music meets symphonic music. Include dissonances the nature of the piece and dissonances that reflect Sister Hold Your Chastity.
Counter number 7:39-12:20 Zuta Baba (what is similar but what is obviously different in this as compared to “Sister Hold Your Chastity”? Think music and lyrics and purpose of piece.
12:22 to 14:10 Going to the Village. This is a fusion work. Why would Simoncic suggest in the audio that it may be more to the liking for an American listener?
14:56 to 22:27 Goralski Suite use also the Chapter 5 Eastern Europe Lecture notes (Simoncic) and the text book for all songs. What did you learn about the people and the purpose of the dance?
Begin with letter (B). How did sounds of Muslim music reach and influence European music?
Next, in section B1, what were some gifts to European music from the Muslims?
Section (C) , what were some influences from Jewish music in Europe?
Section (C) what were some influences on European music from early Christian music?
Jump to part (E) Case Study Podhale, the Polish Region This a music for dance, is there anything that you can think of that may be even remotely similar in the USA? Try using more than just yes or no.
You may refer to our textbook pages 145-148 please address the following presents Social and political organizations: