To the Goddess of Music and Learning: The excerpt from “Sarasiruha”, CD 2:3, textbook pp. 201-207, gives a condensed idea of a typical performance.
- After listening (patiently!) to this beautiful music, how does it (or maybe a part of it) closely reflect the meaning of the text on page 206?
- Do you know of any music in American culture that celebrates learning?
- Why did the Marquis Wen (p. 253) more than two thousand years ago find ancient music boring, and what has changed in our listening attitudes since then?
- Is this true in Western music culture, too? Please cite examples.
link for the book: https://www.dogsontap.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/MU2213-Worlds-of-Music-5e.pdf
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