How do artists create alternative perspectives? (Physical Environment …
How do artists create alternative perspectives?
The tropical weather of east Malaysia, being Sabah and Sarawak, with hot and humid weather all year round.
Landscape ( Mountain)
Chinese tribes that live in the mountains are able to blend the environment with their culture to produce instruments out of the materials that can be easily grown and found in the mountains.
Khoisan people who live in Drakensburg mountain range
Camuni People in the Alps
The Chinese Bianzhong signifies both conquest and inclusion creating culture through tribes and later through empires. it was a distorted instrument in the palace and temple.
The World War 1 is an account of the influence of Indigenous music in New Zealand from past military Bands, present concert parties and the future musicians.
Loss of Habitat
Due to the blending of space and time, also driven by habitat loss, had led the Maori tribes to distort their culture in order to adapt to the environment.
Impacts of voluntary and forced migration in Kadazandusun tribes expand the diversity of cultures in Kadazan indigeneous music
Spread of Religion
The spread of religious beliefs have successfully caused the Chinese tribes to be able to blend their religious faith and culture on Chinese ancient music.
Westernization had contributed in the distortion in the choice of instrument and rhythms in Mongolian Folk music
Trading done by the use of the Silk Road had helped the Chinese tribes to be able to produce different musical instruments
The Tsunami that had happened in Phuket had led to the mass destruction of forests and villages which had affected the tribes. There is a loss of habitat this affecting their culture
Mongolian tribes adapted to climate change and this distorted the expression in Mongolian music.
Change of Landscape
The Mongolian grasslands turned into deserts thus distorting the materials used for the instruments