Note: Patriarchy associated with respect (heterophonic instruments under a solo singer in Japan). In East Africa there is intra-generational conflict, brother against brother, competing for maternal attention. Correlates with lack of cumulative record of the past. Lomax: Correlates with musical organization. Arensberg: Problem of succession not solved, either in the family or larger group. No large total groupings in Ireland. They are a network grouping like the Navajo. Never get the same people there twice. Network organization. Alan Lomax: Irish group singing fairly well organized in terms of unison-blend, but no polyphony. Arensberg: Irish have chieftain, an overlord with a bard| Navajo have none. Scandinavian sexuality characterized by inhibition. Small family ideal with strong subordination of the female, who is regarded as less strong but almost like a man. Simplicity of European rhythm. France one of the great cultural mixes. Sea chantey rhythms are more complicated. Japanese settlement patterns are very complex. You find families named for their farms as among the Basques. Malays are a clan societies in which you can't marry a neighbor girl versus Hutterite-type where there is a great group of young people who eventually pair off. Bali and polyphonic orchestras. Heterophony in China and Korea. Korean court music about the most complicated.