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Beginnings of Music headings ...

Music

The beginning of the Universe - "Let there be light" -

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- As human numbers grow, how shall humans be governed? (by ideas or by force?) - (Surfacing of an idea that democracy flourishes best in non-Monsoonal regions with mild-regular rainfall) - invention of fire eg 115,000BC re rise of homo sapiens, or homo sapiens sapiens, anything from Tubular Bells II by Mike Oldfield eg Dark Star, the Great Plain, music by Miles Davis, the Complete Bitches Brew, nature items, VARIOUS uncategorised from collection, (see piano work by George Winston) and see lists, Return to nature/ Geography: Mountain Ranges. Big River valleys and civilisation (genetics? ideas per Byrnes + Hugh Thomas). Downriver. Plains. Beach. The River. The hill. The mountain. Songs for generic parts/bits of life inc Asian. The creek, the bush, the plains (compare to work by George Winston? Such as earthworms re agricultural revolution, Sea Breeze (original music by Dan Byrnes after British explorer William Dampier, and see any work by Australian Tony O’Connor), How deep is the ocean? Nature (the slowness of nature). Beasts. Stung by bees. Park, Bush Walk, see music (for Gondwanaland) by the Australian John Sangster.

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pre-Axial - to about 2000BC

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The Axial Age - 1000BC-700AD - (The age of the much-sharper development of religions) -

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Post-Axial Age - The Middle Ages -

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The Renaissance, post-Renaissance

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Renaissance Music to 1900 - 1900s

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1910s - Edwardian, WWI

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1920s

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1930s

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1940s - WWII -

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1950s - The invention of the phrase RnR - Elvis - Chuck Berry and the invention of Teenagerdom -

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1960s - The Beatles (inclusiveness) - Bob Dylan -

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1970s - The simultaneous appearance of synthesizers and world music

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1980s - Early signs that the world music audience is getting younger/pre-pubescent, ie., pre-teenagerdom - but a countervailing (and older age-group) trend as world music grows -

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1990s - Forgetableness - world music grows -

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2000+ -

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Loose - inc. jazz. - world music fragments? -

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List of usual contributors: Dan Byrnes and Ken Cozens (UK, history). Peter Dickson (UK, history). Ed Matzenik (Maitland, Australia, music). Brian Robson (Bondi, Sydney, Australia, re computers, Australian politics (but now discontinued). Larry West (Texas, USA, affairs in general). Joel Byrnes (Brisbane, Australia, technical assistance, music modern, affairs in general). Gerry Patterson (Melbourne, Australia, affairs in general) Thanks to Dora Koops for proofreading etc. E-mailers various, inc. Sydney author on country mysic, Monika Allan, Michael Longmire (Virginia, USA, history US). Shane Ware (of Tamworth, history English and Australian). Max Ellis of Tamworth, David Mead and Lou Farina in Tamworth. Shane Muldoon (Melbourne, Economics), Reggie Thomson (history). Certain of these websites (news digests various, Lost Worlds, Merchant and Bankers Listings, Merchant Networks, The Blackheath Connection, The English Business of Slavery) were closed in May 2020 due to corona virus (Covid 19) and associated problems. NOT due to be closed due to corona-type problems are sections of this domain for feedback, poetry, music matters, family history, humour, and things personal.

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