Friday, July 22, 2016

중동 북아프리카는 백인이다

오늘날 황인종이라는 단어는 어떤 의미인가. 백인·흑인이라는 표현은 살아 있다. 미국에서 국세조사를 할 때 인종 항목 중에 백인(유럽·중동·북아프리카 혈통)과 흑인은 있다. 하지만 황색인은 없고 아시아인만 있을 뿐이다. 인종은 오늘날 생물학적인 근거가 없는 것으로 파악된다. 현실은 다르다. 인종주의라는 ‘유령’의 뿌리를 알려면 이 책을 읽어야 한다. 『황인종의 탄생』은 6개 국어로 된 방대한 문헌을 인용한다. 역사의 미시적인 서술을 좋아하는 독자들을 끌어당길 책이다.
[S BOX] 인권 문제로 사라진 용어‘살색’

http://media.daum.net/culture/others/newsview?newsid=20160723003003289

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

jazz copied classical technique and people who listen to it pretend like it is its own invention

Vyas Vaibhav
Vyas Vaibhav, Musician, Electronics Engineer, Tech Enthusiast.
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in my opinion jazz music technically gives out the most well arranged songs...but the fact is that if u are not exposed to written music or if u r not following jazz music from a long time then it may become a lil difficult for u to listen to what really the artist has intended.. i agree to ur point to sm extent sue the fact that jazz music has evolved in middle of the poor communities of the African-Americans where they did not have the exposure to theoretical music... but with time it is now one the most technically rich genres... so i suggest that u keep listening to blues rock, jazz rock (or maybe samba rock also) alongside..which u will find easier to comprehend...and then slowly u can switch to the core genres..
 

jazz is not complex comment

Do you classical music aficionados like/ respect other forms of music(especially 'simple' ones)?
A while ago some guy came to Rock and Pop ranting about how he had "seen the light" and how he used to like Metal, blues, Bob Dylan etc. then learned how to "really" play the guitar a la classical training, and now he doesn't like anything else, that EVEN jazz wasn't complex enough to... show more A while ago some guy came to Rock and Pop ranting about how he had "seen the light" and how he used to like Metal, blues, Bob Dylan etc. then learned how to "really" play the guitar a la classical training, and now he doesn't like anything else, that EVEN jazz wasn't complex enough to him, and that rock bands don't deserve record deals.

BQ: What is your favorite non-classical/'art music' genre?
Update: **non-art music is what i meant to say
 

jazz copied classical music


Jazz music is generally acknowledged to have originated in New Orleans just after the turn of the 19th century into the 20th. Influences on jazz come from both Western traditional "classical" music and the influx of African peoples introduced to the Americas over several centuries of slave trading.
As America struggled with white vs. black, it was easy for the white majority to be afraid of the growing popularity of Jazz. Historical reasons for jazz to disperse across the United States include the U.S. Navy shuttering New Orleans' Storyville
in 1917, which dispersed jazz musicians mostly to the North.
The fear of the African influence, the sex-tinged dancing thought to be wild and uncontrollable - indeed "the work of the devil", is rooted in xenophobia and racism.     
This idea has been discussed many times. I would simply point out a few resources:
https://www.quora.com/Why-was-jazz-considered-the-devils-music