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... described some instruments, which are similar to those used in folk music in Greece. The only real difference from what I can tell is that the sacred music is obviously played in religious circumstances, while folk music obviously would not necessarily be played in a religious setting.
Presenters: Graeme Biddle, Marlana Cirillo, and Crystal Ingram.
This presentation was more fun than the others. Graeme, Marlana and Crystal presented a fun subject and made the presentation fun for us. I enjoyed getting to hear some of the pop music of Greece and Turkey, although some of the music that was presented was slightly older than what I would consider as today's pop music, but it was ...
... e, zurna wind instrument, the ney, and the double-headed davul drum.
· Turkish folk music is based chiefly on lyrics (about 95% of all folk music has lyrics).
... modes were used for different situation and emotions
-i.e. Dorian modes were more harsh, while Phrygian modes were typically of a more sensual nature
II. Gree music utilized whole-tones, half-tones, and quarter-tones in order to establish the ethos of the show and music.
III. Greek theater began as festivals to worship the gods.
IV. Music in the ...
Greece was amazing! It was the most intriguing country with the most beautiful landscapes ever. I have never seen mountains so big and beautiful in my life before. I felt like I was in paradise as we drove past multiple magnificent views. I definitely witnessed God's best creation. The people in Greece we super sweet! Everyone we met seemed to be so happy that we were visiting their country, which made us feel so loved. The pace of the citizens were a ...