Proficient Homework

You should put your name, date, AKNS/MUS A216 on the top right or left of first page, and use the title “Response Paper #1; Response Paper #2; Response Paper #3

course Indigenous World Music

Length 3 pages

  • Rubric for Response papers/listening
  •  The Response papers should address 2-4 audio examples that were covered in the class – and incorporate class readings, class power points, lectures, videos, guests, class discussions and class exercises.  These should describe elements of cultural context, music analysis, and incorporate your thoughts, ideas.
    • You do NOT have to use MLA or any other type of research format;
    • You should put your name, date, AKNS/MUS A216 on the top right or left of first page, and use the title “Response Paper #1; Response Paper #2; Response Paper #3
    • you can incorporate guests and videos, as well as class discussions.
    • 2-3 double spaced pages
  • When you write about the class readings you should cite the name of the article and the author.
  •  For example you could write: In the article by Kobla Ladzepko “Music of Ghana”, I found it interesting that they were addressing the cultural context of his specific tribe – the Eve people. He addressed the role of the master drummer – which was a role unfamiliar to me. He describes the different drums and their names ………
  • These papers show me that you are reading the articles and that you are digesting the material and also gives you the opportunity to express your own opinion, your own thoughts, reactions and ideas. You do not need to have a bibliography or sources cited at the end

The two articles is at the attached files which was used in class.

Africa Audio list Indigenous World Music

  • 1.  “Sara Muro, Gwa Ba na” Kasena Jongo.  Worlds of Music, c. 1978, 2001
  • 2. “Atine” Ashanti Kete drumming.  Worlds of Music, c. 1978, 2001.
  • 3. “Kawta Yeggalidde” Baganda Akadina.  Worlds of Music. c. 1978, 2001.
  • 4.  Postal Workers Canceling stamps at the University of Ghana.  Worlds of Music, c.1978, 2001.
  • 5. High Life Music,  Worlds of Music, c, 1978, 2001.
  • .6. Uganda – Larakaraka (Acoli) Wat Man Cultural Group.   Ngoma: Music from Uganda, produced by Wade Patterson. Chapel Hill, NC: Music of the World, 1997.
  • 7.”Adogo” (Teso) Edukut William.  Ngoma: Music from Uganda, produced by Wade Patterson.  Chapel Hill, NC: Music of the World, 1997.
  • 8. “Adungu (Alur) Nebbi Community Adungu Group.  Ngoma: Music from Uganda, produced by Wade Patterson.  Chapel Hill, NC: Music of the World, 1997.
  •  9. Mbaire (Busoga) Nsawo Mbaire Group.  Ngoma: Music from Uganda, produced by Wade Patterson.  Chapel Hill, NC: Music of the World, 1997.
  • 10. Amagunjju (Buganda) Ndere Troupe.  Ngoma: Music from Uganda, produced by Wade Patterson.  Chapel Hill, NC: Music of the World, 1997.
  • 11. “Elephant Song,”   Music of the Rainforest Pygmies. Colin Turnbull. New York: Lyrichord, 1961.
  • 12. “Agba, ”  Music of the Rainforest Pygmies. Colin Turnbull. New York: Lyrichord, 1961.
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