Native America
Latin America
Africa
Australia
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100

How is music traced?

Religion of their first people

100

What two speaking regions refer to Latin America

Spanish and Portuguese

100

African music goes through constant what?

Change

100

What country had the most significant impact on Australian music?

Great Britain

100

Majority of Latin American music started after who arrived on their land?

Columbus

200

What role do drums play in Native American music

Major

200

What style is the Guitarron a part of?

Mariachi

200

The balafon is similar to what other instrument?

Xylophone

200

What instrument is considered the "simplest"?

Gum Leaf

200

True or False: There is NO documentation of the indigenous people of Australia and their musical culture.

False

300

What does the sacred drum symbolize?

A tie to the creator

300

Describe the body of the Charango

Small body with a large neck

300

What is another name we can call a mbira/kalimba?

Thumb piano

300

How do you achieve sound on a didgeridoo?

Buzzing on a mouthpiece

300

How do Africans "write" their music?

By orally transmitting through the generations

400

Vocals are considered what in Native American music?

Backbone

400

Why are there two rows of bamboo shoots in the siku?

Play a variety of pitches

400

What vegetable can instruments be made out of?

Gourd

400

What are clapsticks not supposed to be used as?

Drum sticks

400

What does a drum-keeper do?

Watches over the sacred drum

500

These are non-word syllables used in between groups of lyrics to separate sections.

Vocables

500

Which Latin American country saw the most influence of Western music?

Mexico

500

What two things are closely related in African culture?

Music & Dance

500

How old are the instruments found in Australia?

15,000 years

500

What 4 things is Native American music used for?

Recreation, ceremonies, expression, healing

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