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Module 5 Discussion: La Llorona 5454 unread replies.5454 replies. Listen to each of the versions below of the famous Mexican folk song La LloronaLinks to an external site. (The Weeping Woman). . 1. In your own words describe the singing of Chavela Vargas (she/her) in the film Frida. Chavela Vargas (a real-life girlfriend of Frida Kahlo) singing to Frida(Salma Hayek)Links to an external site. . 2. At 0:35 below in your own words describe the Mariachi style singing of Lila Downs also in the film Frida. Lila Downs singing to Frida(Salma Hayek) cue 0:35Links to an external site. . 3. In your own words describe the singing of Alanna Ubach below in the film Coco, harmonized by Antonio Sol at 1:04. In the film Coco (2017)Links to an external site. . 4. Identify one of 3 the singers below that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. 0:22 Angela Aguilar 2:23 Natalia Lafourcade 4:08 Aida Cuevas Performance at 2019 Grammys cue 0:22, 2:23, 4:08Links to an external site. . 5. In your own words describe the singing of Lola Beltrán, who was featured in the Google Doodle of March 7, 2024. Lola Beltrán -LA LLORONA cue 0:19Links to an external site. . Module 5 Discussion: Alondra de la Parra 5050 unread replies.5050 replies. Mexican conductor Alondra de la Parra conducts La Noche de los Mayas (The Night of the Mayas) by Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas (1899-1940). This is the orchestral arrangement of the film score Revueltas originally composed for the 1939 film of the same name. 1. At 0:24 as the gong and the bass drum ceremoniously evoke the spirit of the Mayas, and the strings erupt in a ritualistic manner, how would you describe (in terms of her hands, arms, baton, and facial expressions) the conducting of Alondra? 2. At 7:20 listen how percussive instruments like the güiro create a new sound in the second movement Noche de jaranas. In your own words describe what you see and hear. 3. At 12:40 observe Alondra’s graceful and assertive conducting in the third movement Noche de Yucatán. In your own words describe what you see and hear. 4. From 19:27-19:33 what do you see the bass players physically do with their right hands 3 times as the fourth movement Noche de encantamiento begins? 5. At 20:35 how would you describe the performance on the indigenous conch shell? Silvestre Revueltas – La Noche de los mayas (Alondra de la Parra, Orchestre de Paris) Click this link to view on YouTubeLinks to an external site. . 6. Listen below to composition for bandoneon, guitar, and orchestra by Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla. In your own words describe Alondra’s conducting in the second movement Milonga at 4:20. Piazzolla, Guitarra, Bandoneón y Orquesta de Cuerdas-Alondra de la Parra & Orchestre de ParísLinks to an external site. . Submit a document with your answers to the following questions to this assignment. . 1a. From 0:35-0:37 below what are three main genres of Mexican music? 1b. At 2:18 in norteño music, where is the accordion believed to have originated? 1c. At 2:40 what is the difference between corridos and cumbias? What is Mariachi, Banda, and Norteño? 3 Types of Mexican MusicLinks to an external site. . 2a. Listen below to the mariachi singing below in the song La Cigarra (The Cicada) of Natalia Jiménez and Lila Downs (the Mexican vocalist on the soundtrack on the film Frida). The song is about the life cycle of a cicada that sings until it dies, and as a metaphor for the meaning of life of a singer. Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation. Cite one timestamp below that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Natalia Jiménez, Lila Downs – La CigarraLinks to an external site. . 2b. In addition to the charro suit, from 1:25-1:36 below what 2 other things does historian Jonathan Clark list to describe the “universal attraction” of mariachi? Mariachi HistoryLinks to an external site. . 2c. Listen below to the brass and wind instruments in the Banda style. Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Banda MS Háblame de ti (Tell Me About Yourself) cue 0:12Links to an external site. . 2d. Listen below to the accordion playing in the norteño style. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Ramon Ayala Y Los Bravos Del Norte-Chaparra De Mi Amor (En Vivo)Links to an external site. . 2e. Listen below to Mexican-Chilean singer Natalia Lafourcade sing Nunca Es Suficiente (Nothing is Enough); listen to the cumbia rhythm, the norteño accordion, and the banda horns. Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation. Cite one timestamp below that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Los Ángeles Azules – Nunca Es Suficiente ft. Natalia Lafourcade (Live)Links to an external site. . 3a. At 0:50 below what are most people in Mexico unaware of? 3b. At 1:20 what did the Mexican government do in 2015 for the first time? 3c. Cite a timestamp from the other parts of the video, choosing a random place and describing what you see and hear. Afro-Mexicans: Dancing Their Way Back To Their RootsLinks to an external site. . 4. Listen below to Mexican ranchera style singer Lola Beltrán, who was featured in the Google Doodle of March 7, 2024. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Lola Beltrán – Paloma NegraLinks to an external site. Lola Beltrán – Cucurrucucú PalomaLinks to an external site. Lola Beltrán – Cuando El Destino (En Vivo)Links to an external site. . 5a. Listen below to Mexican ranchera style singers Vicente Fernández and Ana Bárbara and notice the similarities to the storytelling corrido style. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. https://lyricstranslate.com/en/aca-entre-nos-just-between-us.html-0Links to an external site. Aca Entre Nos (Just Between Us) Vicente Fernandez LiveLinks to an external site. La Jugada lyric translation; scroll down, click on Translate to EnglishLinks to an external site. Ana Bárbara y Vicente Fernandez – La Jugada (Video Oficial)Links to an external site. Ana Bárbara Releases Duet with Vicente Fernández, “La Jugada” Links to an external site. . 5b. Listen below to Ritchie Valenzuela (1941-1959), the American-born Latino of Mexican heritage famous for the rock song La Bamba, and his portrayal in a 1987 biopic of his life of the same name. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. La Bamba: Ritchie Valens Performs La Bamba (Lou Diamond Phillips) HD SceneLinks to an external site. The Real Ritchie Valens – La BambaLinks to an external site. . 5c. Listen below to Junior H and Peso Pluma singing in the modern sad sierreño style. Cite one timestamp below that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Junior H x Peso Pluma – A Tu Manera (2024) Video OficialLinks to an external site. . 6. Listen below to Selena Quintanilla (1971-1995), the American-born Latina of Mexican heritage, her life story now a Netflix series, and her portrayal in a 1997 biopic of her life by Jennifer Lopez. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. https://lyricstranslate.com/en/como-la-flor-flower.htmlLinks to an external site. Selena – Como La Flor (Like a Flower) Live From AstrodomeLinks to an external site. Selena – Bidi Bidi Bom Bom (Official Music Video)Links to an external site. The Tragic Story of Selena Quintanilla-PérezLinks to an external site. Top 10 Things Selena (1997) Got Factually Right & WrongLinks to an external site. . 7. Listen below to Selena Gomez, the American-born Latina of Mexican heritage, singing in Spanish and English, and appearing on Barney & Friends and the Disney channel’s Wizards of Waverly Place. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Selena Gomez on Barney & friendsLinks to an external site. Selena Gomez Singing in Wizards of Waverly Place [Make It Happen]Links to an external site. Selena Gomez & The Scene – Un Año Sin Lluvia (A Year Without Rain)Links to an external site. Selena Gomez Lose You To Love Me / Justin Beiber Sorry (mashup)Links to an external site. DJ Snake – Taki Taki ft. Selena Gomez, Ozuna, Cardi B (Official Music Video)Links to an external site. Selena Gomez – De Una Vez (Once and for All) Official Video 2021Links to an external site. . 8. Listen below to Becky G, the American-born Latina of Mexican heritage. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Becky G, Bad Bunny – Mayores (Official Video)Links to an external site. Becky G, Maluma – La Respuesta (Official Video)Links to an external site. Becky G, Gabito Ballesteros – La Nena (Official Video)Links to an external site. . 9. Listen below to Mexican singer Carla Morrison. Cite one timestamp below that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Carla Morrison: Tiny Desk ConcertLinks to an external site. . 10. Listen below to Bad Bunny’s cumbia-norteño collaboration below with Grupo Frontera. Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation; scroll down, click on Translate to English. Cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Grupo Frontera x Bad Bunny – UN X100TO (One Percent) Video Oficial 2023Links to an external site. South America . Submit a document with your answers to the following questions to this assignment. . 0. Listen below to the trailer for a new music-oriented film starring and directed by Rudy Mancuso, the American-born Latino of Brazilian and Italian heritage. Cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Música – Official Trailer | Prime Video 2024Links to an external site. . 1a. At 2:08 below how is Brazilian Samba described and at 2:12 what do they say that the Samba rhythm provides? BRASIL BRASIL – Episode 1 Samba to BossaLinks to an external site. 1b. Listen to Pelo Telefone, the famous choro performed by DongaLinks to an external site. and Pixinguinha, and the lilting samba rhythm. In your own words describe the music that you hear. Pelo Telefone – Almirante e PixinguinhaLinks to an external site. 1c. Below watch Portuguese-born Brazilian singer Carmen Miranda, famous for her fruit hat, portrayed and appearing in various videos. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Carmen Miranda – Chica Chica BoomLinks to an external site. “Mamãe Eu Quero ” – Carmen MirandaLinks to an external site. Tom & Jerry: Mamãe Eu Quero (I Want My Mommy)Links to an external site. 1d. Listen to the samba rhythms of Brazilian carnival portrayed in the animated film Rio (2011). In your own words describe what you see and hear. Rio | Carnival | Fox Family EntertainmentLinks to an external site. . 2. Listen below to the Peruvian singer Eva Ayllón, the cumbia music of the Peruvian group Agua Marina, the Huayño and Valicha dances of the indigenous Quechua people of Peru, and indigenous musicians from the Andes mountains of Peru performing in Europe and their performance on the SikuLinks to an external site.. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Eva Ayllón – Homenaje al PerúLinks to an external site. Agua Marina – Como Haré Para OlvidarteLinks to an external site. Peruvian Huayño DanceLinks to an external site. Inca Son/ValichaLinks to an external site. https://www.facebook.com/LoveMusicTravels/videos/peruvian-street-musicLinks to an external site. . 3a. Listen below to the indigenous Otavalo people of the Andes mountains of Ecuador. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Ñanda MañachiLinks to an external site. 3b. Listen to the Ecuadorian Pasillo below. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Julio Jaramillo — Juramento, Pasillo (VintageMusic.es)Links to an external site. Julio Jaramillo Vol 1 Nuestro Juramento, Musica de EcuadorLinks to an external site. 3c. Listen below to Christina Aguilera, the American-born Latina of Ecuadorian heritage, singing in Spanish. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Christina Aguilera – Por Siempre Tú (Forever You) Video OficialLinks to an external site. . 4a. Watch the Chilean dance known as the Cueca below. In your own words describe what you see and hear. The Cueca: Chile´s Most Flirtatious DanceLinks to an external site. 4b. Listen below to Antes de ti (Before You) by Chilean singer Mon Laferte. Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Mon Laferte – Antes De Ti (Before You) Video OficialLinks to an external site. 4c. Listen below to Mon Laferte’s version of Metallica’s Nothing Else Matters (Nada Más Cuenta) in Spanish with the orchestration of the Ecuadorian RondadorLinks to an external site.. Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation (scroll down, click on Translate to English). In your own words describe the music that you hear. Nothing Else Matters (Español) – Mon Laferte (Cover Metallica)Links to an external site. . Colombia the country is spelled with two o’s. 5a. What part of a Shakira concert features the Afro-Colombian rhythm of Cumbia ? 5b. At 1:39 in your own words describe how the parts of the cumbia beat sound to you. 5c. From 2:17-2:32 describe the brief history of San Basilio de Palenque, Colombia. Colombia the country is spelled with two o’s. 5d. At 6:10 how far has Cumbia spread, where can we hear this beat, and which artists are using it in their music? 5e. From 6:54-7:12 quote what Yeison Landero says about how humans evolve and what the key is to this evolution. Why Shakira Loves This African BeatLinks to an external site. . 6a. From 1:46-2:51 below, quote two sentences Colombian-Lebanese singer Shakira uses to describe her new album Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran (Women No Longer Cry). Shakira on Reclaiming Her Resilience in New AlbumLinks to an external site. . 6b. Listen below to the music of Shakira. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. https://lyricstranslate.com/en/monotonia-monotony.html-0Links to an external site. Shakira, Ozuna – Monotonía (Official Video)Links to an external site. https://lyricstranslate.com/es/ojos-asi-eyes-those.htmlLinks to an external site. Shakira – Ojos Así (Eyes Like Those) Official HD VideoLinks to an external site. Shakira – Nothing Else Matters/Despedida Medley (Live from Paris)Links to an external site. TQG lyrics translation; scroll down, click Translate to EnglishLinks to an external site. KAROL G, Shakira – TQG (Official Video)Links to an external site. . 7. Watch Colombian singer Karol G’s 2023 appearance on the Today show below. In three sentences discuss what you see and hear at these three timestamps: her interaction with the audience at 3:00, her performance at 6:15, and what she says in the interview segment below at 24:25. Mientras Me Curo Del Cora (As I Heal From the Heart) lyrics translation; scroll down, click Translate to EnglishLinks to an external site. Karol G – NBC’s Today Show – June 30, 2023Links to an external site. Mientras Me Curo Del Cora is inspired by a sample of Don’t Worry Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin (at 6:23 above) . 8a. As you listen to Colombian singer Camilo switch from reggaeton to Cuban son at 2:05 in Ropa Cara (Expensive Clothes), how would you describe the difference between the two styles, the changes in the video, and his solo on the Cuban tres at 2:15? Camilo – Ropa Cara (Expensive Clothes) Official VideoLinks to an external site. . 8b. Listen below in La Única (The Only One) as Kali Uchis says “that being multicultural is like a blessing and a curse in this industry”. What do you think she means when she say this? Kali Uchis | La Única | Sprite LimelightLinks to an external site. . 8c. One of the Colombian genres that Kali mentions above at 1:25 is vallenatoLinks to an external site.. In your own words describe the music that you hear below. Mix Vallenato Romántico Vol 5 Después Del Adiós, Un Osito Dormilón DJ Miguel Hernández360pLinks to an external site. . 9a. Watch the video below for Rojo (Red), which depicts J Balvin as a man who learns he is about to be a father. As he drives to the hospital to be with the mother-to-be, he gets into a horrific car accident. As he arrives at the hospital to meet his newborn, he realizes no one else can see him: he realizes he is actually dead. Describe how the video confronts the danger and consequences of distracted driving. J Balvin – Rojo (Red) Official VideoLinks to an external site. 9b. Below as you watch the beginning of J Balvin: Behind the Colores, and the first song Amarillo (Yellow), how would you describe what you are experiencing; have you ever seen anything quite like this before? 9c. The legendary producer DiploLinks to an external site. co-produced Rosa (Pink) with J Balvin. From 10:31-10:41 as J Balvin asks him what it is like “co-writing a song in a language you don’t speak”; how does Diplo respond? 9d. From 11:03-11:10 how does Diplo describe the job of a producer? 9e. From 51:03-51:19 how does Japanese artist Takashi MurakamiLinks to an external site., the designer of all of the visual concepts of Colores, describe how he collaborated with J. Balvin? 9f. Cite a timestamp from the other parts of the video, choosing a random place and describing what you see and hear. J Balvin – Behind The ColoresLinks to an external site. . 10. Listen below to Venezuelan-born avant-garde experimental musician Arca. In your own words describe the music that you hear. Arca – IncendioLinks to an external site. Module 6 Discussion: Bossa Nova 4242 unread replies.4242 replies. Bossa nova is a softer, simpler, smoother samba style. . 1. Listen below to a bossa nova played on guitar. In your own words describe the music that you hear. Funky Bossa Nova guitar InstrumentalLinks to an external site. . 2. Listen below to a bossa nova played in a piano quartet (with guitar, bass, drums). In your own words describe the music that you hear. Eliane Elias: Tiny Desk ConcertLinks to an external site. . 3. In your own words describe the feeling of the bossa nova in the classic song Garota de Ipanema (Girl from Ipanema). Astrud Gilberto and Stan Getz – The Girl From Ipanema (1964) LIVELinks to an external site. . 4. In three sentences or more, discuss what the video tells us below from 1:01-1:23 about the history of Helo Pinheiro and the song Garota de Ipanema. Lyrics by Vinicius de Moraes (not Vinny Castilla Maria’s). Meet The Real-Life Girl From Ipanema | TODAYLinks to an external site. . 5a. Listen below to Frank Sinatra singing Garota de Ipanema. In your own words describe the music that you hear. The Girl From Ipanema – Frank Sinatra & Antônio Carlos Jobim | Concert CollectionLinks to an external site. . 5b. Listen below at 1:22 to the electronic version of the melody from Garota de Ipanema in the first track of Bad Bunny’s 2020 YHLQMDLG album. In your own words describe the music that you hear. BAD BUNNY – SI VEO A TU MAMÁ | YHLQMDLG (Official Video)Links to an external site. . 6. Listen below to the Sérgio Mendes 1966 classic Más que Nada, the 2006 version with the Black Eyed Peas, and its use in the 2011 animated film Rio. Identify one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66 – Mas que nada – English subtitlesLinks to an external site. Sergio Mendes – Mas Que Nada feat. The Black Eyed PeasLinks to an external site. Flying Over Rio de Janeiro Scene – RIO (2011) Movie cue 0:22Links to an external site. . Module 6 Discussion: Tango 3838 unread replies.3838 replies. 1. From 5:34-5:44 below what is the hardest part of learning tango, how long does it take, and what do you have to do? 2. At 6:18 what are four main elements to the tango? 3. At 6:27 what does the orchestra do at the end? The Tango Salon Film DocumentaryLinks to an external site. . 4. Listen below to Argentine composer and performer Astor Piazzolla as he leads a concert recital performance on bandoneon of his tango, Verano Porteno (Summer in Buenos Aires). Cite one timestamp from the video below that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Click this link to watch on YouTubeLinks to an external site. . 5. Listen below to Argentine composer Carlos Gardel’s 1935 tango composition Por una Cabeza (By a Head). Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation. What is the story and origin behind the song and how would you describe the music? Story & Origin: https://galaxymusicnotes.com/pages/the-story-behind-por-unacabezaLinks to an external site. Por una Cabeza (Original) – Tango – Carlos GardelLinks to an external site. . 6. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. The Tango Project – Por Una Cabeza | Wedding Dance Choreography | TutorialLinks to an external site. Por una Cabeza in Easy Virtue (2008) set in the 1930sLinks to an external site. Scent of a Woman (1992) Al Pacino portrays a blind manLinks to an external site. Alcoba Azul (Blue Bedroom) from Frida (2002)Links to an external site. Tom and Jerry – La Cumparsita cue 0:09Links to an external site. . Optional: you may skip the question below. 7. If you know of another famous tango, post the link in your reply and tell us why you like it. Recently shared by SJNY students: Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) Brad Pitt and Angelina JolieLinks to an external site. Another Cinderella Story (2008) Valentine’s Dance TangoLinks to an external site. Thanks to Tommy: Antonio Banderas – Take the Lead (2006) Tango SceneLinks to an external site. . Module 7 Discussion: Rosalía 3030 unread replies.3030 replies. 0. Cite one timestamp in the video below and describe what you see and hear. Both singers have AI generated avatars in the video. Björk ft. Rosalía : OralLinks to an external site. . Rosalía Vila Tobella holds a college degree in Flamenco and describes her music as Flamenco Fusion. Flamenco often features the staggered, alternating clapping known as palmasLinks to an external site., the distinct percussive texture that is integral to the overall sound. 1a. At 1:36 and afterward in her 2021 song Juro Que (I Swear That) she creatively uses of Auto-Tune, reflecting her fusion of old and new. In your own words describe what you see and hear. ROSALÍA – Juro Que (Official Video)Links to an external site. 1b. Listen at 0:36 below to Camarón de la Isla (the singer Rosalía cites as her primary flamenco inspiration), and his collaboration with guitarist Paco de Lucía performing a traditional flamenco buleríasLinks to an external site.. In your own words describe what you see and hear. El Camarón de la Isla – Tu Cariños es Mi Castigo (bulerías)Links to an external site. 1c. At 1:15 below Rosalía utilizes the rhythmic aspect of palmas in a new way in her 2019 song De Aquí No Sales (You Won’t Be Leaving Here). In your own words describe what you see and hear. ROSALÍA – DE AQUÍ NO SALESLinks to an external site. . 2. Listen below to Beso (Kiss), a 2023 collaboration with her ex-fiancé Rauw Alejandro (recorded before they broke up). Click here for a lyrics Links to an external site.translation. In your own words describe what you see and hear. ROSALÍA, Rauw Alejandro – BESO (Kiss) Official VideoLinks to an external site. . 3. Listen below to her 2022 jazz-reggaetón fusion song Saoko (inspired by the 2004 reggaetón classic by Wisin), which fuses swing jazz (from 0:04-0:22) and free jazz (from 1:31-1:39) in the overall context of reggaetón. Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation. In your own words describe what you see and hear. ROSALÍA – SAOKO (Official Video)Links to an external site. . 4a. At 18:33 below in the interview with Zane Lowe below, how does Rosalía describe how her producers reacted when she told them she wanted to fuse reggaetón with jazz? 4b. At 19:22 as they discuss how she loves to “create hybrid energy”, what does she say that keeps her thinking, reflecting, and inspired? 4c. At 19:50 as she talks about creating music that is not the most predictable, Zane references her lyrics “me contradigo, yo me transformo; cógela y córtala” (I contradict myself, I transform myself; take it and cut it); how do you think her innovative approach to music composition lends itself to endless possibilities? 4d. At 51:34 what does she say about feeling grateful to all the masters she’s had (ie, many learning moments), and always wanting “to be a student”? 4e. Cite one timestamp by choosing a random place in the video (other than the timestamps above) and tell us what they are talking about. ROSALÍA: ‘MOTOMAMI,’ Creative Songwriting and Finding Musical Freedom | Zane Lowe Interview Links to an external site. . 5. Listen below to the collaborations of Rosalía and Travis Scott on the songs TKN and Highest in the Room. Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation. Identify one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. ROSALÍA & Travis Scott – TKN (Official Video)Links to an external site. Travis Scott – HIGHEST IN THE ROOM (REMIX – Lyrics) ft. ROSALÍA, Lil BabyLinks to an external site. . 6. Listen below to the collaboration of Rosalía and The Weeknd (singing entirely in Spanish) on the song La Fama (The Fame). Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation. Identify one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. ROSALÍA – LA FAMA (The Fame) ft. The Weeknd cue 0:21Links to an external site. bachata-inspired-Latin-ballroom-style choreography: ROSALÍA – LA FAMA ft. Weeknd / Azael & Sindi @ Bachata FeverLinks to an external site. Chile 2023 Module 7 Discussion: Tito Puente, El Barrio 1919 unread replies.1919 replies. Tito Puente (1923-2000) was one of the NY born Puerto Ricans a.k.a. Nuyoricans who helped create Latin jazz, playing the timbalesLinks to an external site. (not to be confused with the food tamales). Always capitalize Puerto Rican/Afro-Cuban/Cuban/Spanish/Latin/Latin American. . 1. Watch the video of the Google Doodle of October 10, 2022. Cite one timestamp that interests you and describe what you see and hear. Celebrating Tito PuenteLinks to an external site. . 2a. At 1:10 below which branch of the United States service was Tito Puente a veteran of, and what program allowed Tito Puente to attend the Juilliard music school? Juilliard is spelled correctly with two i’s. 2b. At 1:55 how do they say Tito Puente pioneered his sound? 2c. At 2:02 how does Carlos Aponte explain his use of circles in the doodle? 2d. At 3:15 puente means “bridge” in Spanish; how do they say that the music of Tito Puente like a bridge? Behind the Doodle: Celebrating Tito PuenteLinks to an external site. . Always capitalize Puerto Rican/Afro-Cuban/Cuban/Spanish/Latin/Latin American. 3a. At 1:10 in the Tito Puente: Interview video below where does he say musicians need to go to gain their experience? 3b. At 2:09 before WWII, Tito talks about his time playing timbales in the band Machito and his Afro Cubans under the direction of Mario Bauzá; at 2:42 what does Tito say he learned from his mentor Mario Bauzá? 3c. At 2:49 how old was Tito when he played in this band; and what happened when he turned 16? 3d. At 4:15 how does he describe what he learned from studying Cuban DanzónLinks to an external site. and típicoLinks to an external site. rhythms (“típico” NOT “typical”), and what kind of recordings did this inspire? 3e. At 5:33 how did Carlos Santana help increase Tito’s fame by recording his song titled Oye Cómo Va? Tito Puente: InterviewLinks to an external site. . 4. Listen below to two versions of Oye Cómo Va (Listen How it Goes). Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Tito Puente: Oye Cómo VaLinks to an external site. Carlos Santana: Oye Cómo VaLinks to an external site. . Always capitalize Puerto Rican/Afro-Cuban/Cuban/Spanish/Latin/Latin American. 5. As Tito brought timbales to the front of the Latin jazz orchestra, rhythm itself became the driver of the dance beat and helped define the mambo sound: big-band jazz fused with Afro-Cuban rhythms featuring extended improvisational breaks. Watch the scene below from the 1992 film Mambo Kings and listen to this classic mambo sound. Cite one timestamp that interests you and describe what you see and hear. Mambo Kings – Tito and Cesar ImprovisationsLinks to an external site. . 6. Watch and listen below as Tito Puente is portrayed in a popular animated TV program using his actual voice. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Tito Puente on The SimpsonsLinks to an external site. . Submit a document with your answers to the following questions to this assignment. . Questions on Central America begin below at 6a. . Always capitalize African/Afro-Cuban/Cuban/Spanish/Latin/Latin American. 1a. At 1:13 how does the Cuban-born clarinetist Mario Bauzá describe the jazz scene in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood? 1b. At 2:55 in 1931 what piece of Cuban-made music became a surprise smash hit? El Manisero (The Peanut Vendor)Links to an external site. 1c. At 3:14 what dance did it inspire? 1d. From 4:00-4:15 what metaphor does Mario Bauzá use to explain Latin jazz AND how does he explain it? 1e. At 5:41 the name of the band Machito and his Afro Cubans, for the first time was a public acknowledgment of what? 1f. At 12:33 what did American jazz trumpet player Dizzy Gillespie ask Bauzá, and who did Bauzá introduce to him? Afro-Cuban Jazz – NYCLinks to an external site. . 2. At 0:54 below what book did clarinetist Paquito D’Rivera write that contributed to the study of Latin jazz? A Music Lesson With Paquito D’RiveraLinks to an external site. . 3. Listen below to three versions of the 1917 Brazilian choro Tico-Tico no fubá (Sparrow in the Cornmeal). In the Paquito D’Rivera performance at 0:20 notice the Brazilian tambourine, the pandeiro. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Paquito D’Rivera Jazz Clarinet Tico Tico, Cue 0:20 PandeiroLinks to an external site. Carmen Miranda Tico TicoLinks to an external site. Duo Siqueira Lima – Tico Tico – 4 HandsLinks to an external site. . Latin America essentially created a jazz-like music at the same time that musicians in the United States did. 4. Listen below at 0:50; what is revealed about “who” brought a jazz sound to Paris first? BRASIL BRASIL – Samba to BossaLinks to an external site. . 5a. Listen below to Latin jazz drummer Antonio Sánchez in his duet with legendary jazz guitarist Pat Metheny. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Pat Metheny – Go Get ItLinks to an external site. 5b. At 9:50 below what two questions does Antonio ask of his students? 5c. At 10:03 what does he say a drummer needs to be and learn (what 2 things in addition to Solfège)? DP/30: Birdman Score by Antonio SanchezLinks to an external site. . 6a. Listen below to the marimba orchestra from Guatemala. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Marimba Chapinlandia – Concierto De 60 AñosLinks to an external site. 6b. According to the article below, in addition to making music in Guatemala, describe what the marimba means to the indigenous Mayan people. https://theculturetrip.com/central-america/guatemala/articles/marimba-howguatemalas-national-instrument-is-a-symbol-of-resistance/Links to an external site. 6c. Listen below to the marimba orchestra from Costa Rica. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Marimba Orquesta Maribel – Mi Pueblo (My Town)Links to an external site. . 7. Watch and listen below to the folk dancing of El Salvador. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Ballet Folklórico Nacional – El Xuc de San SalvadorLinks to an external site. . 8. Beginning from 0:45 below watch and listen to the dances and instruments you see and hear in the music of Nicaragua, including marimba at 1:12 and its origins in the Monimbó neighborhood/town in the city of Masaya. In your own words describe what you see and hear. Dances from NicaraguaLinks to an external site. . 9. Listen below to the Panamanian singer Sech. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Sech – Champagne (2022) Video OficialLinks to an external site. BAD BUNNY x SECH – IGNORANTES | YHLQMDLG (2020) Official VideoLinks to an external site. . 10. Listen below to the Panamanian singer Boza. Click here for a lyricsLinks to an external site. translation; scroll down, click on Translate to English. Identify the title of one video below and cite one timestamp that interests you, and in your own words describe what you see and hear. Boza, Kenia OS – Ocean (2023) Official Video Cue 0:16Links to an external site. Leslie Grace, Boza – Como la Primera Vez (Like the First Time) Official Video 2022 Cue 0:34Links to an external site. .