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  1. Mariachi is a Mexican instrumental ensemble combining trumpets with plucked and bowed instruments of various types. Common in Mexico and the southwestern United States Mariachi musicians often dress like charros, the traditional Mexican horsemen or cowboys.
  2. SECTION 2 Sound Waves The Speed of Sound Like all waves, the speed of sound depends on the matter in which it travels. Sound waves usually travel faster in solids and liquids than in gases, such as air. Table 1 shows the speed of sound in different materials. The speed of sound through a material increases as the tem-perature of the.
  3. Soundscapes in different locales may share sounds, settings and significances. Setting: in its broadest sense, encompasses the multiple contexts – a city, concert hall, park, home – in which music is conceived, created, transmitted, performed and remembered.
  4. This group generally includes a reed section made up of saxophones of various sizes and an occasional clarinet, a brass section of trumpets and trombones and a rhythm section of percussion, piano, double bass and electric guitar. Jazz Bands. This group typically feature amplified guitars, percussion, and .
  5. Through Different Materials Procedure 1. Tie the middle of a length of string onto a metal object, such as a wire hanger or a spoon, so that the string has two long ends. 2. Wrap each string end around a finger on each hand. 3. Gently placing your fingers in your ears, swing the object until it bumps against the edge of a chair or table. Listen.
  6. Start studying SOUNDSCAPES: Chapter 2; The Study of Local Musics. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
  7. Soundscapes Chapter 5. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. mnharris Terms in this set (17) Brass band. A musical ensemble generally consisting entirely of brass instruments, most often with a percussion section. Contrafactum. A song in which new text is set to a borrowed or preexisting melody.
  8. Symbol English Example Dena'ina Example English Translation; a: father: adada: uncle: b: bib: biquduni: one person kayak: ch: children: chada: grandfather, old .

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