Classical Jazz '05

 

 

SOP - How History Influences Music - Zoltan Kodaly

The video is here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26hVmuQw-TQ&feature=youtu.be

 

Did you know music often reflects the time and place in which it was written? Historians often look to music to learn more about a society and its culture.  Can you tjhink of a piece?

 

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The video is here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26hVmuQw-TQ&feature=youtu.be

 

Did you know music often reflects the time and place in which it was written? Historians often look to music to learn more about a society and its culture.  Can you tjhink of a piece?


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Nick Faber from: North Allegheny - posted: March 9, 2020
Reversed from historians examing music to learn about a culture, they also can use knowledge of cultures to create music that sounds historic. For example, movie soundtracks such as How to Train Your Dragon draw from historical customs and culture to create modern, yet historically influenced pieces of music. 



Alex Hladio from: North Allegheny - posted: March 31, 2020
Baroque music will never fail to remind me of "properness". I don't have a specific piece, but it's more about the general feel of it all. I can picture the floofy dresses and suits



Futen Wang from: North Allegheny - posted: April 1, 2020
It often intruges me whether it would even be possible to write "decent" music today that sounds like or imitates the styles of historical periods of music in the past. As classical musicians prolong the art of resurrecting music from the past, it might pain to only be able to draw from a defined, finite array of music and not have any of it grow.



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