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I.

Identification
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complete the word being described.
On the last part, reveal the term by
referring to the number/s under the
letter/s of each number.
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Part I. Traditional Music of Africa
1. J _ _ E
(4)

is a popular form of South African music


featuring a lively and uninhibited variation
of the jitterbug, a form of swing dance
2. _ A R _ _ I
(7) (6) (9)
is a South African three-chord township music
of the 1930s-1960s which evolved into African
Jazz. It is characterized by simple chords in
varying vamping patterns and repetitive
harmony over an extended period of time to
give the dancers more time on the dance floor.
3. _ _ A _ S _ _W_S_A
(1)

is a dance style begun in Zaire in the late


1980’s, popularized by Kanda Bongo
Man. In this dance style, the hips move
back and forth while the arms move
following the hips
4. A _ R _ _ E _ T
(2)

is a term used to describe the fusion


of West African with black American
music
5. A _ _
is a popular musical genre from
Salvador, Bahia, and Brazil. It fuses the
Afro - Caribbean styles of the marcha,
reggae, and calypso.
Part II. Latin American Music influenced by
African Music

1. _ O _ A
(5,10)
is a modern Trinidadian and Tobago pop
music combining “soul” and “calypso”
music
2. _ A _ _ A
(8)

is a Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Colombian


dance music. It comprises various musical
genres including the Cuban son montuno,
guaracha, chachacha, mambo and bolero
3. _ E _ _ A E
(3)
is a Jamaican sound dominated by bass
guitar and drums. It refers to a particular
music style that was strongly influenced by
traditional mento and calypso music, as well
as American jazz, and rhythm and blues.
4. S A _ _ A
is the basic underlying rhythm that typifies
most Brazilian music. It is a lively and
rhythmical dance and music with three steps
to every bar, making the dance feel like a
timed dance
5. _ _ R E
is Muslim music performed often as a wake-up call
for early breakfast and prayers
1 during Ramadan
celebrations. Relying on pre-arranged music, it
fuses the African and European music styles with
particular usage of the natural harmonic series
(5 points)

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PART I
1. JIVE
2. MARABI
3. KWASSA KWASSA
4. AFROBEAT
5. AXE
PART II
1. SOCA
2. SALSA
3. REGGAE
4. SAMBA
5. WERE
AFRICAN MUSIC
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