Run the gamut from musical features (e.g., form, rhythm, melody, harmony, timbre, texture) to the effects they produce in you as a listener

African Diaspora

 

Read from these 3 sections and turn your notes into complete sentences and, ultimately, a short paragraph.

Your observations can run the gamut from musical features (e.g., form, rhythm, melody, harmony, timbre, texture) to the effects they produce in you as a listener, but aim to connect your comments on the musical example to the pertinent themes in the week’s readings or ongoing themes in our course discussions. In addition to your own thoughts, include a citation/quotation from the reading, revealing the context in which the author(s) place this particular recording or performance.

1. Shearer, “Sugarfoot Stomp

2. Suisman, “The Black Swan”; Shatz, “Blues to Come”; Ross, “Rediscovery of Florence Price”; Iverson, “Received Wisdom” and “Theory of Harmony”; Tegnell, “The Presence of the Past in John Coltrane’s Expressive and Searching Music

3. southern gospel

 

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