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Native America/Chile

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bomba
a type of song that features African American rythmns, Quichua Indian melodic and harmonic features in the spanish language
harp
considered indigenous instrument that European missionaries brought to Peru
charango
type of guitar in Peru and bolivia that has as its body the shell of a armadillo
quichua
an indigenous language of the andes
victor jara
great figure in modern chilean music who is trained in acting, directing, and became a great figure in the modern song movement nueva cancion
nueva cancion
chilean genre or song movement through which people stand up for their own cultures
argentina, chile, and uruguay
countries where nueva cancion developed
preguntas por puerto montt, plegaria a un labradar, and despedimiento del angelito
other songs by victor
el aparecido
the apparition- nueva cancion song
inti illimanti
ensemble who played el aparecido
nueva cancion main melody
kena (flute)
change in el aparecido
melody changes
sesquialtera rythm
type of rhythm in el aparecido
correle, correle, correla
main lyrics of el aparecido
cueca
traditional chilean rhythm
counterpoint
combining two or more melodic parts
e.g. ernest che guevara
el aparecido was dedicated to him as it reflected the turbulece of the times
guerva
mythological figure
gregorio cortez
favorite protagonist of mexico texas border corrido
panpipes, charango, kena
main instruments in nueva cancion
zampona
panpipes
ruphay
performer of kutirimunapaq
k'antu
ceremonial panpipe from the altiplano of peru-bolivia
wankara
large double headed dru
kutirimunapaq
music of the kallawaya people who live on the eastern slope of the bolivian andes
capesinos
farmers or peasants who live at different altitudes in the charazani valley
k'antu ensembles
20 to 30 zampona playing dancers who move in a circular pattern
ira
man pipes
arca
woman pipes
transverse flutes
played horizontally from june to september
duct flutes
played vertically in the rainy season
hocketing
melody is dispersed among two or more voices or instruments when one sounds, the others do not (uniquely communal way of making music)
kuna indians
panama group that play six tubed guli panpipes and gammu burui panpipes
most common type of altiplano panpipes
6/7 tubed (total instrument has 13 tubes)
pentatonic
meter of kutirimanapaq
comunas
small clusters of houses on the slopes of mount cotacachi
quichua location
northern andes of ecuador
sanjuan
common language/ culture of ecuador quichua
diatonic harp
most popular instrument in sanjuan
foot
method of communication for sanjuan
efrain
cotacachi-area harpist of muyu muyari warmigu
rafael
faovrite singer of sanjuan of muyu muyari warmigu
isorythmic
equal rhythm in muyu muyari warmigu
bimodality
scheme of harmony of muyu muyari warmigu
cesar
solo singer who first recorded muyu muyari warmigu
milman parry's formula
a group of words which is regularly employed under the same metrical conditions to express a given essential idea- each double couplet equates to 8 quarter note beats
iluman tiyu
sanjuan classic piece composed by segundo galo maigua pallajo
violin and kenas
instruments of illuman tiyu (man from iluman)
iluman tiyu rhythm
8 beat isorhythm
language of iluman tiyu
intermingling of spanish and quichua
african music ensemble
grupo ecuador de los hermanos congo y milto tadeo
me gusta la leche
performed by german congo (the black guys)
requinto
lead guitar in me gusta la leche
transnational migrants
immigrants who develop and maintain multiple relationships (andes)
sukay
most well established of u.s. based andean groups
edmond badoux
cofounder of sukay who was a swiss multi instrumentalist
amor imposible
traditional peruvian wayno
UT Austin
maintained andean ensemble
UCLA
advanced Andean ensemble called Voces
Taki Nans
recorded an in house casette that focuses on traditional andean musics in spanish and quichua
aconcagua
Florida State University band
Raul Romero
Peruvian ethnomusicologist
Heidi Feldman
originally a tie between 1960s black peruvian political movement and the afro puruvian musical revival
lando
a reconstructed genre
eva ayllon
most esteemed afro peurvuian singing artists
azucar de cana
performed by eva ayllon- peruvian song
quijada
donkey, horse, or cow jawbone that is a traditional instrument dating back in peru to the 18th century
moche culture
culture that existed in peru prior to the incas
el guaro
racous festive bambuco