world music

world music

1.
Listen to both chants mentioned during week nine, CD 1 Track 15 ("Kyrie" Roman Catholic Mass), and CD 3 Track 6 (Melody for Mahakala – Tibetan Chant).
(Track 6 is mislabeled on some CD?s. I uploaded the mp3 if you are unsure about it.)

Use at least THREE musical terms (CAPITALIZED or underlined) to compare or contrast at least THREE things in the two selections.
(Do not use the fact that they are both simply singing as one of your comparisons.)
I recommend that you write a lot, and that you use more than the minimum number of terms and comparisons.

1.
Listen to both chants mentioned during week nine, CD 1 Track 15 ("Kyrie" Roman Catholic Mass), and CD 3 Track 6 (Melody for Mahakala – Tibetan Chant).
(Track 6 is mislabeled on some CD?s. I uploaded the mp3 if you are unsure about it.)

Use at least THREE musical terms (CAPITALIZED or underlined) to compare or contrast at least THREE things in the two selections.
(Do not use the fact that they are both simply singing as one of your comparisons.)
I recommend that you write a lot, and that you use more than the minimum number of terms and comparisons.

It is not necessary to use one term per comparison. Just include a minimum of 3 terms and 3 comparisons.

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2.
Listen to the example for Question 2 found in this exam folder. This is a recording of postal workers at the University of Accra in Ghana, Africa. They are hand canceling stamps, and that is the source of the percussion sound you hear.

Describe what you hear using at least THREE musical terms, showing that you know what they mean. Underline or CAPITALIZE them. ONE of the terms must be from the duration family of terms. Again, write more, not less.