World Sound MattersItem #: HL.49003213
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Composed by Jonathan Stock.
An Anthology of Music from Around the World. Schott. With BOOK. 8.5x12 inches. 168 pages. Published by Schott. (HL.49003213)
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World Sound Matters is an anthology of music from around the world, comprising of 58 traditional songs representing 35 different countries. It includes notated transcriptions of each song, explanatory texts covering the special context of each style and its musical content, 2 sets of progressive pupil listening-based questions for each musical style, and more. Each unit is free-standing and can be used effectively on its own. Alternatively, units can be combined to provide an introduction to the musical traditions of the world. The result is a publication which should be of practical use to a wide range of musicians, from secondary school teachers to their pupils, from adults interested in knowing more about world music to music students wishing to specialize in this field, and to composers. Introduction · Japan: Gagaku Court Music · Korea: Music for Komun'go · China: Music for Qin · Mongolia: Diphonic Singing · Vietnam: Music for Dan Tranh · Laos: Music for Khaen · Indonesia: Balinese Music for Gamelan Gong Gede · Philippines: Music for Aruding · Solomon Islands: Rope Female Chorus · Australia: Arnhem Land Aboriginal Music · India: Music for Vina · Iran: Art Music for Ensemble · Turkey: Taksim for Ney · Egypt: Taqsim for Arghul · Morocco: Nawha Music for Ensemble · Algeria: Music for Ghayta and Bendo · Mali: Griot Song · Ethiopia: Chorus · Gabon: Yodelling Exercise · Burundi: Whispered Song -- Mozambique: Music for Timbila · Russia: Play Song · Armenia: Hymn · Georgia: Work Song 1 · Romania: Music for Cimpoi · Greece: 1930s Folk Dance · Spain: Cante Flamenco · Portugal: Fado Urban Song · Norway: Lullaby · Canada: Imuit Solo Song · US: Sioux Indian Song · Trinidad: Music for Steel Band · Colombia: Dance for Chirimia Ensemble · Colombia: Kuli Panpipe Ensemble · Brazil: Ritual Dance-Song Rehearsal