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  • 1. Name : Mr.Bayu Primanda  Nick : Mr. “P”  Born : Jakarta, 08-20-1991  Status : Single  Blood Group :B  Zodiac : Leo  Twitter : @utha_sanders13  E-mail : bayuprimanda@gmail.com 
  • 2. Do not talking to each other when the lecturer teach the lesson Correct your seat, put anything on your table into your bag Switch off your cell phone, and everything about gadget Pay your attention to your lecturer, because it only happens one time of your life. Let’s Get Rocking
  • 3. Music is an art form whose medium is sound and silence. Its common elements are pitch (which governs melody and harmony), rhythm (and its associated concepts tempo, meter, and articulation), dynamics, and the sonic qualities of timbre and texture
  • 4.    Helmholtz pitch notation is a musical system for naming notes of the Western chromatic scale. Developed by the German scientist Hermann von Helmholtz, it uses a combination of upper and lower case letters (A to G), and the sub- and super-prime symbols ( ͵  ′ ) to describe each individual note of the scale. It is one of two formal systems for naming notes in a particular octave, the other being scientific pitch notation. Pitch notation is started from C, and the last is G. So, There is not a notation after G (H,I,J,K) Pitch notation C is same with “Do” in Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si Do
  • 5. Do  Re  Fa  Sol  La  Si  Do  = = = = = = = C D E F G A B
  • 6. LIST OF TYPE OF MUSIC | MUSIC GENRES Alternative Anime Blues Alternative Rock College Rock Experimental Rock Goth Rock Grunge Hardcore Punk Hard Rock Indie Rock New Wave Progressive Rock Punk Acoustic Blues Chicago Blues Classic Blues Contemporary Blues Country Blues Delta Blues Electric Blues Children’s Music Classical Comedy Country Lullabies Sing-Along Stories Avant-Garde Baroque Chamber Music Chant Choral Classical Crossover Early Music High Classical Impressionist Medieval Minimalism Modern Composition Opera Orchestral Renaissance Romantic Wedding Music Dance Electronic Industrial Inspirational – Christian & Gospel CCM Christian Metal Christian Pop Christian Rap Christian Rock Classic Christian Contemporary Gospel Gospel Christian & Gospel Praise & Worship Southern Gospel Traditional Gospel Breakbeat Dubstep Exercise Garage Hardcore House Jungle/Drum’n'bass Techno Trance Disney Easy Listening Bop Lounge Swing Ambient Downtempo Electronica IDM/Experimental Industrial Instrumental J-Pop Jazz Enka French Pop German Folk German Pop Fitness & Workout Hip-Hop/Rap Holiday Novelty Standup Comedy Alternative Country Americana Bluegrass Contemporary Bluegrass Contemporary Country Country Gospel Honky Tonk Outlaw Country Traditional Bluegrass Traditional Country Urban Cowboy Indie Pop Alternative Rap Dirty South East Coast Rap Gangsta Rap Hardcore Rap Hip-Hop Latin Rap Old School Rap Rap Underground Rap West Coast Rap Chanukah Christmas Christmas: Children’s Christmas: Classic Christmas: Classical Christmas: Jazz Christmas: Modern Christmas: Pop Christmas: R&B Christmas: Religious Christmas: Rock Easter Halloween Holiday: Other Thanksgiving K-Pop Karaoke Kayokyoku Latino New Age Opera Pop R&B/Soul March (Marching Band) Reggae J-Rock J-Synth J-Ska J-Punk Rock Avant-Garde Jazz Big Band Contemporary Jazz Cool Crossover Jazz Dixieland Fusion Hard Bop Latin Jazz Mainstream Jazz Ragtime Smooth Jazz Trad Jazz Alternativo & Rock Latino Baladas y Boleros Brazilian Contemporary Latin Latin Jazz Pop Latino Raíces Reggaeton y Hip-Hop Regional Mexicano Salsa y Tropical Environmental Healing Meditation Nature Relaxation Travel Adult Contemporary Britpop Pop/Rock Soft Rock Teen Pop Contemporary R&B Disco Doo Wop Funk Motown Neo-Soul Quiet Storm Soul Dancehall Dub Roots Reggae Ska Adult Alternative American Trad Rock Arena Rock Blues-Rock British Invasion Death Metal/Black Metal Glam Rock Hair Metal Hard Rock Metal Jam Bands Prog-Rock/Art Rock Psychedelic Rock & Roll Rockabilly Roots Rock Singer/Songwriter Southern Rock Surf Tex-Mex Singer/Songwriter Alternative Folk Contemporary Folk Contemporary Singer/Songwriter Folk-Rock New Acoustic Traditional Folk Soundtrack Foreign Cinema Musicals Original Score Soundtrack TV Soundtrack Spoken Word Vocal Standards World Traditional Pop Vocal Jazz Vocal Pop Africa Afro-Beat Afro-Pop Asia Australia Cajun Caribbean Celtic Celtic Folk Contemporary Celtic Drinking Songs Europe France Hawaii Indian Pop Japan Japanese Pop Klezmer Middle East North America Polka South Africa South America Traditional Celtic Worldbeat Zydeco
  • 7.  Reggae is a music genre first developed in Jamaica in the late 1960s. While sometimes used in a broad sense to refer to most types of popular Jamaica Dance Music, the term reggae more properly denotes a particular music style that evolved out of the earlier genres ska and rocksteady.
  • 8.  Rock music is a genre of popular music that originated as "rock and roll" in the United States in the 1950s, and developed into a range of different styles in the 1960s and later, particularly in the United Kingdom and the United States. It has its roots in 1940s' and 1950s' rock and roll, itself heavily influenced by rhythm and blues and country music. Rock music also drew strongly on a number of other genres such as blues and folk, and incorporated influences from jazz, classical and other musical sources.
  • 9. There are many kinds of Rock Music, such as : a) Garage rock b) Pop rock c) Blues rock d) Folk rock e) Psychedelic rock f) Roots rock g) Progressive rock h) Jazz rock i) Glam rock j) Soft rock, hard rock and early heavy metal k) Punk rock l) Emergence of alternative rock m) Grunge 
  • 10.    Rap music, also sometimes known as hip-hop music, is a style of popular music believed to have its beginnings in African-American inner-city street culture. Rap musicians generally perform in a vocal style in which the lyrics are spoken, rather than sung. This type of music often deals with the hardships of inner-city life, though it is generally as varied in theme as any other style of music. Hip hop is generally characterized more by its often complex, rhyming lyrics than by its subject matter. Though it has its beginnings in the underground music scene of the 1970s, this music is today considered a very mainstream music genre, popular among people of all ages and backgrounds. Unlike many other styles of music, rap music is generally not sung, and lyrics are spoken against a backdrop of music. This music often consists of beats and rhythms borrowed from the soul, funk, or rock genres. Musicians typically remix these sounds and rhythms, adding their own innovations, and often synthesized musical elements. Rap songs are often known for their focus on controversial themes, such as gang violence. Often, however, musicians sing about a wide range of events and themes. They often express their political and social views, and they may discuss their own lives or even write love songs. Performers have even been known to write rap songs about fictional events.
  • 11.  Jazz is a music that originated at the beginning of the 20th century, arguably earlier, within the African-American communities of the Southern United States. Its roots lie in the adoption by African-Americans of European harmony and form, taking on those European elements and combining them into their existing Africanbased music. Its African musical basis is evident in its use of blue notes, improvisation, polyrhythms, syncopation and the swung note. From its early development until the present day, jazz has also incorporated elements from popular music especially, in its early days, from American popular music.
  • 12. K-pop (an abbreviation of Korean pop (Korean: 가요 kayo) is a musical genre originating in South Korea, characterized by a wide variety of audiovisual elements. Although it incorporates all forms of Korean popular music, such as trot and folk music, the term is more often used to refer to songs produced by idol groups.  In 1992, modern K-pop was ushered in with the formation of Seo Taiji & Boys, whose successful experimentation with different music styles had sparked a paradigm shift in the music industry of South Korea. As a result, the integration of foreign musical elements in song production has become a common practice in the K-pop industry.  By tapping into social networking services and the video sharing platform YouTube, the K-pop industry's ability to secure a sizeable overseas audience has facilitated a noticeable rise in the global proliferation of the genre. Since the mid-2000s, the K-pop music market has experienced double digit growth rates. In the first half of 2012, it grossed nearly US$3.4 billion, and was recognized by Time magazine as "South Korea's Greatest Export" 
  • 13.   Dangdut is a genre of Indonesian popular music that is partly derived from Hindustani or Hindi music, Malay, Arabic. Dangdut is a very popular genre because of its melodious instrumental usage and vocals by the singers and musicians, and Indonesians really enjoy Dangdut together while dancing in the Ghoomar style. Dangdut really has a powerful feeling to enjoyment because of its tabla and gendang beat, which insists Dangdut listeners to dance to it. Dangdut has very similar melody, vocal, and instruments to Indian Hindustani Music, because of its influence from India and Sanskrit. A dangdut band typically consists of a lead singer, male or female, backed by four to eight musicians. Instruments usually include a tabla, Gendang, Flute, mandolin, guitars, and synthesizers.The term has been expanded from the desert-style music to embrace other musical styles.Modern dangdut incorporates influences from Middle Eastern pop music, Western rock, house music, hip-hop music, contemporary R&B, and reggae.