Solo female performance is forbidden in public Dancing is forbidden on stage too much electric guitar is forbidden Rap is deemed illegal
lyrics are politcal sexual - influenced by Iranian rap scene in Los Angeles circulated back to Tehran via underground networks
Tar, Setar, Kamenchech - spiked fiddle
Turkish Military music; Symbolized the military power of the Empire
bells attached to a pavilion or hat shaped ornament atop a stick adorned with crescents
A mystical form of Islam Belief in tolerance and openness God is Love, can only be felt through meditation Sufis are organized in orders (groups) around a sheikh (master)
Mevlevi ceremony, featuring a whirling dervish. Ayin - music at the ceremony Symbolizes Divine Love
Reed Flute. Symbolizes the longing that mature man suffers for the union with God just like the reed which has been cut from the reed bed
a Cuban guitar-like instrument with three courses, consisting of two strings each
Maracas and Claves
Rhythm instruments in cuban music.
Combination of Spanish song structure and African rhythms, string instruments prominent, rhythmic playing (plucking) . became popular throughout the 30's-40's. Mambo, salsa.
Famous Cuban Musicans
Tito Puente, Hector Lavoe, Ruben Blades, Carlos Santana
a martial art and dance that developed in Brazil from Angolans who were taken there by the Portuguese from Africa. reinforces sense of community. songs usually call and response style. 1892 the art was deemed illegal in brazil.
a musical bow tapped with a stick and equipped with a half-gourd resonator, place against the chest, mainly a rhythmic instrument
Capoeira instruments. including berimbau, tambourine, bells (agogo), and reco reco (scrapper)
Social, political and aesthetic movement Late 60s to early 70s Alignment of musicians with rural, working class and indigenous populations Folk and pan-Latin American musical elements Support for socialist and communist candidates including Salvador Allende
1973 Chilean coup supported by CIA. Thousands imprisoned, murdered, tortured or exiled Music censorship Internationalization of Nueva Canción
INTI-ILLIMANI,VICTOR JARA, VIOLETA PARRA
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