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ANTH398D/2A Meeting 10 (draft)

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  • 1. ANTH398D - Ethnomusicology Meeting 10 – Adaptive November 6, 2007
  • 2. Cross
    • Careful/thoughtful
    • Refer to ethnomusicologists
    • Cultural insight
    • Nature/nurture
  • 3. Conceiving Music
    • Only that which corresponds to WAM understanding?
    • Broader approach
    • Music integrating speech
  • 4. Human Organisation of Sound
    • Speech and music
    • Communication
    • Expression
    • Complexity
  • 5. Anthropology
    • Pinpointing human uniqueness
    • Anthropocentrism?
    • Human evolution and primatology
    • Closer to or further from other primates
  • 6. Making Links
    • Cognitive dimensions
    • Human uniqueness
    • Music participation
  • 7. Music and Language
    • Parallels with Feld et al.
    • Speech to song
    • Lerdahl and Jackendoff
    • “ Auditory Cheesecake”
  • 8. Cognitive science of music and language
    • Music perception
    • Music acquisition
    • Skill Transfer
  • 9. Musical Meaning
    • Hanslick on intra-musical
    • «Querelle des bouffons»
    • Meyer on expectations
    • Precise meaning or ambiguity?
    • Wilson/Sperber Relevance
      • Ostensive-inferential
      • Grice’s maxims
      • Perceived universalism
  • 10. Community
    • Togetherness
    • Socialisation
      • Sessions (jam, traditional)
    • Synchronising
    • Edward T. Hall’s Dance of Life
    • “ Proto-Music”
  • 11. Dance
    • Movement
    • Rhythm
    • Repetition
    • Gestures
    • Patterns
    • Integration
  • 12. “ This Is Our Song”
    • Nostalgia
    • Shared experience
    • “ Social memory”
    • Demetan example
    • Contextual meaning