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Ethnomusicology: Gypsy Music
Transcript of Ethnomusicology: Gypsy Music
Roma (Gypsy) Music What is Roma Music? Rajasthan, India Egypt and Turkey Thank you for your time! Gypsies are traveling people - semi-nomadic.
They are often looked down upon for not having a permanent home.
However, not all gypsies are criminals. The people we refer to as Gypsies originated in northern India.
Somewhere around 1200 A.D.
After an invasion by outsiders, some of the Rajasthani people began migrating. Roma music picked up much of its style and flair while in the Anatolia region. The Balkans, and the Rest of Europe Romani people and music were influenced by and in return influenced the local music.
Bela Bartok, Zoltan Kodaly and the beginnings of Ethnomusicology.
From here, gypsy music
spread to the rest of
Europe. How to define Roma Music If Roma music does not come from a place, how can we say what is and isn't Roma music?
History: It's a shared story...
Profession Egypt and Turkey Through archaeological evidence and the development of music, we can trace this migration to Egypt and the Turkey.
The term "gypsy" derives
from Egypt. Bulgaria, Romania, and Hungary! This is where Romani people begin to be noticed by the wider world.
Major transformation in musical style.
Roma music after this time incorporates a lot of folk music from the Balkans. In Europe, Roma music mixes with diatonic, Western style classical music and local songs and dances: like the flamenco in Spain.
Roma music has arrived in America with early in our history. It has even mixed with Punk Rock. Europe and America Instruments http://worldmusic.nationalgeographic.com/view/page.basic/genre/content.genre/roma__gypsy__music_778/en_US Schnieder, David E. Bartok, Hungary, and the Renewal of Tradition: Case Studies in the Intersection of Modernity and Nationality. Berkley, University of California Press: 2006.