MUSI 207 Native American Music. Chapter 11. Ethnic North American Music. Instrument Creation (STOMP) Instrument, music to play with it, solo or ensemble Chapter Presentation Conceptualization Commodification and Specialization of M usic Art and Commerce North American Values.
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MUSI 207Native American Music
Instrument Creation (STOMP)
Something done by professionals, artists
Something encountered-concerts, public sphere
Music learned from schoolmates, teachers, parents, and/or church members
Comes to mind better than more formalized examples (printed music, MP3 files, concerts)
“Music for music’s sake.”
Financial success is esteemed
Artistic excellence measured
Producers’ goal-make music with wide appeal
Artists’ goal-make music that evidences talent, pursues excellence
Refining performance skills
Composing new music
Interpreting challenging compositions
All efforts may yield little financial reward
Music is measured by its ability to integrate society, ceremonies, and social events. Technical complexity is not a valid criterion. For the Blackfeet, “the right way to do something is to sing the right song with it.” Every activity has its appropriate song.
Chapter Exam 12 is due Friday
Comment on the D2L PowerPoint presentations (last week to do this)
Read Chapter 12 (pgs. 401-419) on Ethnic North American music