In this free course, Cultures, you will address the question of traditional music and music from the francophone world, and you will examine the place they occupy in the world of artistic creation. The course is divided into three sections: 'Is traditional music, current music?', 'The musical heritage of Normandy' and 'Music of the francophone world'.
Course learning outcomes
After studying this course, you should be able to:
understand the progression in the comparison
understand the infinitive as subject of a sentence
understand the vocabulary of song
understand the tradition of oral culture
understand how to write an introduction and a conclusion.
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