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  1. Latin Dance & Music Leslie Ammann & Patrick Walls ET620.51

  2. Today you will… • Explore one type of music and dance • Take notes on the chart provided • Meet with your group to discuss your type of music and dance Continue

  3. Music & Dance Menu Choose your assigned type of music and dance: Tango Flamenco Salsa Habanera Click here at any time for media citations

  4. FlamencoMusic & Dance Click me to begin!

  5. Flamenco Menu • Today you will be exploring the following elements of the flamenco: Rhythmic Elements Cultural Origin Done Done Typical Instruments Done Quiz

  6. Cultural Origin • Originated in Andalucía, Spain • Dance of the gypsies • A dance & music • Click here and here for more information Back to the Menu

  7. Typical Instruments • Guitar • Castanets • Cajon • a type of box drum • Listen & Watch HERE Back to the Menu

  8. Rhythmic Elements • Dance • Hand clapping • Foot stomping • Mixed with instruments • Music • Includes traditional instruments • With or without vocals • Lack of traditional rhythm throughout • Based in a minor key Back to the Menu

  9. Watch & Listen Double click to listen to a brief clip of flamenco music Return to Instruments Slide

  10. Flamenco Quiz Note: Your first answer will be the only one that counts towards your score, but you will be able to make multiple guesses on some questions to determine which is the correct answer. Next

  11. Quiz Question 1 • In what country did the flamenco originate? Cuba Spain

  12. Quiz Question 2 Click here for Question 2

  13. Quiz Question 3 • The music of the flamenco must include both instruments and vocals. True False

  14. SalsaMusic & Dance Click me to begin!

  15. Salsa Menu • Today you will be exploring the following elements of the salsa: done done done Typical Instruments Rhythmic Elements Cultural Origin Quiz

  16. Cultural Origin • A mix of Cuban and Puerto Rican cultures • Some African influence • Similar to the food since it’s a mix of cultures • Obvious influence of jazz Click here for more information Return to the Salsa Menu

  17. Typical Instruments • Trumpet • Trombone • Bongos • Congas • Timbales • Bass guitar • Listen and watch HERE Return to the Salsa Menu

  18. Rhythmic Elements • 6 steps in 8 counts of music • Side to side feel • Based on Cuban style Són Clave Return to the Salsa Menu

  19. Watch & Listen Double click to listen to a brief clip of salsa music Return to Instruments Slide

  20. Salsa Quiz Note: Your first answer will be the only one that counts towards your score, but you will be able to make multiple guesses on some questions to determine which is the correct answer. Next

  21. Quiz Question 1 • The salsa originated in both Cuba and what other country? Puerto Rico Costa Rica

  22. Quiz Question 2 Click here for Question 2

  23. Quiz Question 3 • The music of the salsa has 4 steps in 6 counts of music. True False

  24. Tango Explore the elements of the Tango. Get Started

  25. Elements of the Tango • Cultural Origin • Typical Instruments • Rhythmic Elements Completed Completed Completed Take Quiz

  26. Cultural Origin • 1850-1890 Argentina and Uruguay. • Tango dance and Tango music originated in the area of Rio de la Plata. • Early Tango was known as Tango Criollo, or simply tango. • Today there are many variations of Tango. Click here for more information Tango Home

  27. Instruments • Typical instruments used for the Tango are the following: • Accordion, Bandoneon, Piano, Guitar, Violin, and Double Bass. Tango Home

  28. Rhythmic Elements • The musical rhythm of the Tango incorporates many dotted rhythms in various patterns. • The dance steps are variations of the basic pattern of - Slow,Slow, Quick Quick --- Slow, Slow Quick, Quick Slow • Slow, Slow Quick, Quick, Quick Slow Double click to listen to a brief clip of tango music Tango Home

  29. Tango Quiz Click here to start Quiz

  30. What are the countries of origin for the Tango? Argentina and Uruguay Argentina and Paraguay

  31. Which instrument groups are typical of the Tango? Accordion, Violin, Guitar, Cello, Bandoneon Accordion, Violin, Guitar, Piano, Bandoneon

  32. Which steps are typical of the Tango? Slow, Slow, Quick, Quick Slow, Slow, Quick, Quick Slow, Quick, Slow, Quick Slow, Quick, Slow, Quick

  33. Tango End • Congratulations you have completed the Tango quiz. Click on the button below to get your score. Quiz Score Music & Dance Main Menu

  34. Habanera Explore the elements of the Habanera. Click here to start

  35. Elements of the Habanera • Cultural Origin • Famous Habaneras • Rhythmic Elements Completed Completed Completed Take Quiz

  36. Cultural Origin • The name Habanera [abAnerah] is from the capitol city in Cuba (Havana). • In the mid-19th century, the habanera developed from the contradanse. • The earliest identified "contradanza habanera" is La Pimienta, an anonymous song published in an 1836 collection. Habanera Home

  37. Famous Habaneras • Georges Bizet’s opera Carmen is the most famous Habanera. • Sebastian Yradier’s La Paloma (The dove) is a contemporary favorite Habanera known throughout Europe and Latin America. Habanera Home

  38. Rhythmic Elements • The musical rhythm of the Habanera incorporates a basic dotted rhythm. • The dance is typically in a 2/4 meter and is made of dotted eight note, sixteenth, eight, eight note pattern. • Long - quick- slow- slow is the dance pattern. Double click to listen to a brief clip of habanera music Habanera Home

  39. Habanera Quiz Click here to start Quiz

  40. What is the country of origin for the Habanera? Cuba Spain

  41. What was the origin of the name of the Habanera? Named after a Hot and spicy pepper. (Habanero) Named after the Capital of Cuba. (Havana)

  42. Which rhythm is the original Habanera rhythm?

  43. Habanera End • Congratulations you have completed the Habanera quiz. Click on the button below to get your score. Quiz Score Music and Dance Main Menu

  44. Citations • Unless otherwise noted, all clipart comes directly from the Microsoft Office Clipart Gallery • Images & Clipart (slides in parentheses) • TangoSlide1 (3 & 24) http://www.tangoindia.in/page/2/ • TangoInstruments (27) http://www.rincondeltango.net/about_tango.htm • TangoRhythmic (28) http://www.pornramming.com/wiki/skins/tango/old/ • TangoQuizSlide (29) http://www.passionfortango.com/ • TangoEnd (33) http://soli.inav.net/dance/tango.html • HabaneraSlide1 (3 & 34) http://www.rodezart.com/Doc/Events_2008.htm • HabaneraRhythm1 (38) http://medlibrary.org/medwiki/Clave_%28rhythm%29 • HababeraQuiz (39) http://www.awn.com/mag/issue1.2/articles1.2/korejwo1.2.html • HabaneraEnd (43) http://soli.inav.net/dance/tango.html

  45. Citations • Audio Files (slides in parentheses) • Cacho Oro (9) composed by Pete Calandra taken from http://www.freeplaymusic.com/ • Salsa After Siesta (19) composed by Hal Goldstein taken from http://www.freeplaymusic.com/ • Love Tango Melody (28) composed by Jerome Langlois taken from http://www.freeplaymusic.com/ • Hymn to the Forest (38) composed by Jerome Langlois taken from http://www.freeplaymusic.com/

  46. Citations • Video Files (slides in parentheses) • http://revver.com/video/1495717/unm-taos-flamenco-dancers/ (9) • http://revver.com/video/1296765/the-history-of-salsa-dancing-part-1-afro-carribean-origins/ (10) • Websites (slides in parentheses) • http://www.red2000.com/spain/flamenco/index.html (6) • http://worldmusic.nationalgeographic.com/view/page.basic/genre/content.genre/flamenco_718/en_US (6) • http://www.salsa-dancing-addict.com/history-of-salsa.html (16) • http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0312/sights_n_sounds/media2.html (26) • http://disney.go.com/videos/characters/?content=1239851#/videos/characters/&content=1239851 (37)