CHAPTER 1

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  • Chapter 1
    • The five divisions of the world
      • 1. North America and Europe
      • 2. Latin America and the Caribbean
      • 3. sub-Saharan Africa
      • 4. Middle East and North Africa
      • 5. Asia and the Pacific Islands.
    • The PHONES
      • IDIOPHONE
        • Percussion that can be shaken, waving etc.
      • MEMBRANOPHONE
        • Percussion drums
      • CHORDOPHONE
        • Stringed instruments
      • AEROPHONE
        • Wind instruments
    • Instruments
      • Jali
        • Professional musician, both the historian and singer of praises in the tribe. Mandinka society based on a rigid class system; he has the power to make or break them.
      • Hardingfele
        • Norwegian fiddle, violin adapted to folk culture, extra bows.
      • Gamelan orchestra
        • Traditional ensemble in Indonesia, made up predominantly of percussive instruments.
      • Didjeridoo
        • Used by Australian aboriginal peoples.
      • Koto
        • JAPAN
          • Japanese folk music reflects a strong Chienese influence, now they are influenced from the US, showing the fascination with the West.
            • PERIODS:
              • FEUDAL: Buddhist chants, shinto song and prayers, court music, Noh theater.
              • EDO: New urban and middle-class populations, entetaining stage works and master musicians.
              • MODERN: West.
        • Delicate 13-stringed zither.
      • Shamisen
        • JAPAN
          • Japanese folk music reflects a strong Chienese influence, now they are influenced from the US, showing the fascination with the West.
            • PERIODS:
              • FEUDAL: Buddhist chants, shinto song and prayers, court music, Noh theater.
              • EDO: New urban and middle-class populations, entetaining stage works and master musicians.
              • MODERN: West.
        • 3-stringed long neck lute.
      • Shakuhachi
        • A bamboo flute, played my masters.
      • Mbria
        • African thumb piano, has thin metal strips or tongues fastened to a small wooden box.

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