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  Native American music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The music of the Pima and Papago is intermediary between the Plains-Pueblo and the California-Yuman music areas, with melodic movement of the Yuman, though including the rise, and the form and rhythm of the Pueblo.
This area's music is characterized by extreme vocal tension, pulsation, melodic preference for perfect fourths and a range averring a tenth, rhythmic complexity, and increased frequence of tetratonic scales.
Music of the Great Basin is simple, discrete and ornate, characterized by short melodies with a range smaller than an octave, moderately-blended monophony, relaxed and open vocals and, most uniquely, paired-phrase structure, in which a melodic phrases, repeated twice, is alternated with one to two additional phrases.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Native_American_music   (3240 words)

  
 Pueblo music: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Music is an art, entertainment, or other human activity which involves organized and audible sound, though definitions may vary....
Righttaos pueblo, circa 1920taos pueblo is the ancient town of the northern tiwa speaking tribe of pueblo people, native americans....
The tohono oodham are a native american tribe formerly known as the papago who reside primarily in the sonoran desert....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/p/pu/pueblo_music.htm   (543 words)

  
 Peyote song - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Peyote songs are a form of Native American music, now most often performed as part of the Native American Church.
They are typically accompanied by a rattle and water drum, and are used in a ceremonial aspect during the sacramental taking of peyote.
Vocal style, melodic contour, and rhythm in Peyote songs is closer to Apache than Plains, featuring only two durational values, predominating thirds and fifths of Apache music with the tile-type melodic contour, incomplete repetitions, and isorhythmic tendencies of Plains-Pueblo music.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Peyote_song   (179 words)

  
 Pueblo Music Awards - an Article from The Pueblo Business Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
With his love of music, Frank thought it was time to honor local musicians after their years of performing in Pueblo.
According to Frank, the Pueblo Music Awards were developed to create a forum to honor musicians for what they have given back to the history and culture of the community.
I have been contacted by so many musicians that were told that the music awards were going to happen, and they started submitting their autobiographies, pictures, photographs and when they played, Frank said.
www.puebloonline.com /events/music_awards.htm   (566 words)

  
 Press Release
A double major in music and English, Wilson now moves to an eight-state regional competition of the Music Teachers National Association Jan. 16-18 in Boulder in hopes of qualifying for the national conference in Kansas City, Mo., March 27-31.
According to Wilson, his winning guitar composition, "Nuance du color" (serenade per chitarra or serenade for guitar) was inspired by a scene from the movie, "English Patient" and captures the personal struggles he has experienced since losing his father to cancer in 1998.
Hunt is a music major with a piano emphasis, but also is a talented percussionist with an intense interest in jazz.
www.colostate-pueblo.edu /news/releases03/115.htm   (432 words)

  
 Navajo
Music is rarely performed for its own sake, but is usually associated with a specific activity or rite such as ceremonies for treating the sick, bringing success in battle, at the time of death, passage to the next age group, games, gambling, dancing, courtship, children's songs, dreams, and visions.
The new music that is part of this movement is a more complex version of the Plains form, together with the Athabascan rhythm with a rapid accompaniment of drum and rattle and a high, whining style.
Since music in traditional styles and languages can contribute to the goal to preserve language and culture, and promotes language development and school success, it is a worthy goal to teach more teachers the songs and dances.
www.wnmu.org /academic/mat/tesol/Navajo.html   (3330 words)

  
 World Music Network feature: The Music of Venezuela   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Un Solo Pueblo, typically the nation's most in-demand ensemble in a country known for celebrating majestic festivals, spent most of 2000, like most Venezuelans, focusing on aiding in the reconstruction efforts.
His music is centered around a cumbia-tinged genre called sangeo, which is at the heart of the San Juan celebration.
Today, compared with its musical cousins across the Atlantic, what is played in Venezuela is "old African music", rhythms and styles dated from the 15th century with touches of Indian, Spanish and Caribbean influences.
www.worldmusic.net /home/features/venezuela.html   (4245 words)

  
 Press Release
Music Fest XI is a five-week series of musical camps and concerts sponsored by CSU-Pueblo.
Tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for children under 12 and are available at The Music Man, 600 W. Northern Ave., or by calling the Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, 295-7200.
McDaniel is known throughout the western region for her teaching and clinics of chamber music in particular.
www.colostate-pueblo.edu /news/releases04/076.htm   (473 words)

  
 BASE 12 MUSIC PRODUCTIONS - Pueblo Cafe
For this reason, I avoid popular rap, popular Britney music and anything that sounds like it came from "Friends." For a person to be truely creative, you need to go to uncharted and unproven areas.
If the music you make sounds like it won't be placed on the radio or the majority of people won't like it, then you are on the right track.
If the music you make is for a major label, then you need to be safe and not be a leader.
www.ebboy.com /pueblocafe.htm   (731 words)

  
 Tucson Weekly : Music : Keeping Múm
In addition, every so-called music critic with a word processor is intent on coining a "clever" new phrase to avoid otherwise describing or thinking intellectually about said musical category.
It's a combination of electronica, pop, hip-hop, jazz, classical chamber music, minimalist composition, dance music and meditative musical mantras--music for the mind, the soul and, sometimes, the feet.
Múm's music can be seen in many ways as an abstract painting--it is open to the interpretations of the listener.
www.tucsonweekly.com /gbase/Music/Content?oid=oid:58269   (1333 words)

  
 Musical Mission
Traditionally, in Plains music, the drum beat is slightly ahead of the vocal beat in a complex pattern.
The familiar "hai-yas" and "yo-is" and such that often led non-Indians to declare that all Indian music sounds alike are in actuality what Isaacs calls prescribed vocables—not improvised, but composed in the song.
"Pueblo music reflects a long and settled community-minded tradition, so their musical pieces tend to be long and language-based, with vocables interspersed.
www.indianhouse.com /musical_mission.html   (1379 words)

  
 Tom Munch Bio
Tom finds the heart of each song and performs with a love of music and respect for his audience, whether it be in a concert setting or for his weekly work with Alzheimer's patients.
He melded these musical loves with his formal education in music from the University of Nebraska.
In Pueblo Tom stretched his musical talents into the realm of producing concerts by bringing in nationally renowned folk artists.
bio.tommunch.com   (945 words)

  
 DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC - Colorado State University-Pueblo - HOME
Music Ensembles at CSU-Pueblo are open to qualified non-music major students.
Now over 120 music majors, enrollment in music at CSU-Pueblo has increased nearly 200% in the past three years.
Students, particularly those in the Music Education emphasis, are excellent candidates for careers in music following successful completion of a degree.
chass.colostate-pueblo.edu /music   (214 words)

  
 The Pueblo City Guide - Pueblo, Colorado   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
The Pueblo Songwriters and Musicians Association, (PSMA) is a nonprofit organization based in Pueblo, dedicated to promoting the performance, awareness and appreciation of the live and original music in our area.
The community and businesses are encouraged to use the association as an information resource and partner in promoting and expanding the live and original music of the Pueblo area.
The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce and The Pueblo Chieftain Newspaper.
www.pueblo.org /community/perf_arts.html   (547 words)

  
 Tucson Weekly : Music : Mariachi Conquista
As for when mariachi music first came to Tucson, "it is true that mariachi music came to Tucson probably after the second World War," says Jim Griffith, former Southwest Folklore Center director, former professor of folklore for the University of Arizona and a board member for Los Changuitos Feos de Tucson in the 1980s.
Mariachi music is older as an art form than previously thought, having been documented as a musical form before the arrival of the French in Mexico in the middle of the 19th century.
As for the popularity of mariachi music, Fernández suggests that Latinos hearing the music in their home while growing up keep spreading it.
www.tucsonweekly.com /gbase/Music/Content?oid=oid:45683   (1031 words)

  
 Swarthmore College Library: World Music - Native Americans
H MCD 2197 Ojibway music from Minnesota: a century of song for voice and drum.
H MCD 1116 Ritual mesa; Contemporary and traditional music inspired by the ritual music of the Native Americans of the Southwest.
Music from the San Juan Pueblo performed by Peter Garcia and the Garcia Brothers.
www.swarthmore.edu /Library/underhill/Music/natives.html   (713 words)

  
 Traditional Music Of Spain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
There are other traditional styles of music like ball the bastons, galops, ball de gitanes...
But there is also a whole traditional music scene in Spain, quite separate from...
Traditional music and dance in Spain exist in different forms, styles, and traditions, many of which have remained unchanged for hundreds of years.
www.loseurogarcia.net /traditional-music-of-spain.html   (220 words)

  
 Robert Mirabal | Official Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
His music and his monologues were built around memories of growing up in a house full of women (he never knew his father well) and growing up in a culture full of ritual and tradition.
I didn't choose to be Taos Pueblo, it's just that this is where I come from, and I've been very lucky and fortunate to see the uniqueness of it through the eyes of many other people through my music.
It's about different stories from the Pueblo, of individuals, everything from a large group of native men that were captured in Japan during the Bataan Death March to a song called "Cave Paintings." Everything from witchcraft to love is what these songs are about.
www.mirabal.com /articles.html   (12897 words)

  
 Destination Pueblo: Experience the Flavor -- Great Things to Do in Pueblo!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Pueblo also boasts cultural amenities, including art galleries, public art projects and a variety of theatre offerings.
Blessed with 300 days of sunshine a year, Pueblo is a lively city with a great love of the outdoors.
With a brand-new urban kayak course, bike trails, rivers and lakes for fishing and sunny golf courses, Pueblo is a great place for recreation.
www.frontierpathways.org /Destination   (208 words)

  
 Netphoria - Smashing Pumpkins Music Store: El Rock de Mi Pueblo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
By buying through our Music Store you will also be helping to keep the Netphoria website and Message Board running and operating, so if you buy through us it is much appreciated.
His love for Colombia and attachment to his musical roots are still strong and come across in every piece.
At that time, "Clasicos de la Provincia" had just been released in Colombia, and although at that young age of 22 I was a big fan of salsa and merengue music (and could dance it) I had never heard anything like vallenato music.
www.netphoria.org /B0002PUH10/El_Rock_de_Mi_Pueblo.html   (583 words)

  
 ColoradoInfo.com | Pueblo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
And, be sure to walk through the grand old Pueblo Union Depot with its mosaic tile flooring, polished wood wainscoting and stunning, stained glass windows.
The 35-mile river trail system is a paved ribbon that stretches from Colorado State University - Pueblo on the city's north-eastern fringe clear down to Lake Pueblo to the west, where surreal limestone cliffs rim the 60 mile shoreline of the reservoir.
Pueblo has a very mild climate with moderate temperatures throughout its four seasons.
www.coloradoinfo.com /travel.asp?pageid=19|20|55   (542 words)

  
 Kenny.Grimes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
With 'guitar performance' as his major area of study at UCD, the focus was on jazz, music theory, and soloing over chord changes.
Regardless of musical style or preference, Kenny tries to work with all students to establish a solid musical foundation emphasizing fingerboard knowledge, basic music theory, ear training, soloing/improvisation, and reading, if desired.
He lets the students bring CD's, cassette tapes, or sheet music of songs that they want to learn, teaches them how to play the songs, and then works with them on understanding why the songs sound the way they do--applying the music theory and information learned to their songs.
kgrimes.home.texas.net /lessons.htm   (362 words)

  
 Christmas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the Philippines, radio stations usually start playing Christmas music during what is called the "-ber months" (September, October, etc.); this usually marks the start of the Christmas season.
Countries that celebrate Christmas on December 25 recognize the previous day as Christmas Eve, and vary on the naming of December 26.
Radio stations broadcast Christmas carols and Christmas songs, including classical music such as the Hallelujah chorus from Handel's Messiah.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Christmas   (6802 words)

  
 Donald Cannon
This research, then, will focus on musical instruments and the social and physical contexts for ritual as a means of understanding changes in the degree of political complexity and leadership across time and space in the prehistoric Pueblo world.
Second, music is a common element of ceremony worldwide, and while details of actions and paraphernalia differ, the universality of music allows meaningful comparison.
During the Pueblo IV period, Pueblo leaders were facing the problem of maintaining social integration in the face of decades of drought and the consequent regional-scale migration and reorganization that took place (Cameron 1995; Cordell, Doyel, and Kintigh 1994).
www.columbia.edu /~kmh55/donaldcannon.htm   (3829 words)

  
 Christmas Posada & Courthouse Lighting Saturday, December 8th
All are encouraged to join the procession in the patio of the Pueblo Convention Center or to await the arrival of the procession at the County Courthouse.
The search for shelter is reenacted as our Pueblo procession, including live animals and citizens, makes its way from the Pueblo Convention Center down Main Street to the steps of the County Courthouse on 10th and Main Streets.
Groups participating in the procession and entertainment include Mariachi de Pueblo, Pueblo Choral Society, 441 Youth Council, numerous School District No. 60 and No. 70 student choirs, the Guadalupe Dancers, and international greeters who express messages of good will as well as Christmas greetings in languages from their native lands.
www.hispanianews.com /archive/2001/November30/01.htm   (558 words)

  
 Senior News
American Medical Response of Pueblo - AMR is the local ambulance service providing emergency and non-emergency transport for Pueblo County.
The Pueblo Choral Society is a local non-profit organization committed to keeping the arts a vibrant part of Colorado.
The Pueblo Long-term Care Ombudsman Program is part of the Pueblo Area Agency on Aging.
www.seniorsresourceguide.com /Pueblo/senior_news.html   (516 words)

  
 Barnes & Noble.com Music - El rock de mi pueblo -- Carlos Vives - CD
Tracks such as "Santa Marta / Kingston / New Orleans" make plain the circuit of musical influences that unite the ports of the Caribbean basin, proving ska, cumbia, and rock 'n' roll to be kissing cousins.
Vives' sensitive yet contemporary treatment of the vallenato music of his native Colombia is a breath of fresh air in the often over-processed Latin pop world, which often either refuses to update or completely obliterate the native musical styles.
They have instead created a music for their people, who live in multiple worlds simultaneously, a world that requires constant reinvention and integration of the old with the new.
music.barnesandnoble.com /search/product.asp?EAN=724357830621   (381 words)

  
 60's Music Pueblo, CO - Pueblo, Colorado 60's Bands, Pueblo 60's Bands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Here are the online press kits of 123 professional Pueblo 60's hits bands and 60's hits bands who will travel to Pueblo to perform at your event.
Playing a mix of rock, classic rock, dance music, and even some country we are sure to please any audience.
Never Surrender provides musical pleasure for the ears and feet; They are a multi-talented Variety Dance Band that will get the 'Party Started' and keep the crowd moving.
www.gigmasters.com /60s/60sMusic_Pueblo_CO.asp   (947 words)

  
 Relocation Pueblo CO Colorado, Moving + Jobs - City Guide
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