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Why Multicultural Music?•    Historical Basis•    The Tanglewood Declaration, 1967, Symposium on Multicultural Approaches ...
• Issues of World Musics  –Tradition verse modernity     •Traditional musics     •Historical references  –Music in transit...
Example 1Example 2 Navaho Grass Dance                               Disney                               Pocahontas
Example 3Ive been driving in my Indian Car,                                                        My car is dented, the r...
Example 4        From a        DistanceJulieGold                    Bette Midler
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape
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PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape

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PSU Ann Clements Multicultural Muics and Soundscape

  1. 1. Why Multicultural Music?• Historical Basis• The Tanglewood Declaration, 1967, Symposium on Multicultural Approaches to Music Education, 1990, The Housewright Declaration, 2000• Philosophical Basis• To know people learn their music. Pete Seeger• To understand cultural music is to understand culture, the very nature of the human condition. Bennett Reimer, Christopher Small• National Standards1. Singing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music. *2. Performing on instruments, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music. *3. Improvising melodies, variations, and accompaniments. *4. Composing and arranging music within specified guidelines. *5. Reading and notating music. *6. Listening to, analyzing, and describing music. *7. Evaluating music and music performances. *8. Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts. *9. Understanding music in relation to history and culture.
  2. 2. • Issues of World Musics –Tradition verse modernity •Traditional musics •Historical references –Music in transition •Transnationalization •Decontextualization
  3. 3. Example 1Example 2 Navaho Grass Dance Disney Pocahontas
  4. 4. Example 3Ive been driving in my Indian Car, My car is dented, the radiator steams,To the pound of the wheels drumming in my brain, One headlight dont work, but the radio can scream,My dash is dusty, my plates are expired, I got a sticker, It says "Indian Power",Please Mr. Officer, let me explain I stuck it on my bumper, thats what holds my carIve got to make it to a Pow-Wow tonight, togetherIll be singing 49, down by the river side, Were on the circuit of an Indian dream, we dont getLooking for a sugar, riding in my Indian Car old, we just get younger When were flying down the highway, riding in our IndianGot my T-Bird in the glove-box, I aint got no spare, CarsGot a feather from an eagle, I aint got no cares,The road is empty, as my bottle of desire, Were on the circuit of an Indian dream,Daylight is breaking, the sun touches fire We dont get old, We just get younger,Ive got to make it to a Pow-Wow tonight, When were flying down the highway,Ill singing 49, down by the river side, Riding in our Indian Cars,Looking for a sugar, riding in my Indian Car Riding in our Indian Cars, Riding in our Indian Cars
  5. 5. Example 4 From a DistanceJulieGold Bette Midler

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