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Characteristics: Only voices used Call and Response Aural Tradition African Tradition During Slavery
Characteristics: Christian lyrics Only Voices Used Call and Response Aural Tradition African Tradition During Slavery
Characteristics: European tradition Uses saxes, trumpets, trombone, flute, snare drum bass drum etc. Music is written down During Civil War Why did armies need musicians?
Characteristics: Christian lyrics Complex Harmony More instruments African Tradition After emancipation (slaves freed)
Characteristics: Secular Lyrics (non religous) About Hardships Guitar Blues Scale Solo Player After emancipation (slaves freed)
Characteristics: Music is often written down European tradition Lots of syncopation Uses band instruments Piano used
Characteristics: Secular Lyrics (non religous) Band instruments Blues Scale Improvisation Blend of European and African Traditions
Characteristics: Secular Lyrics (non religous) Band instruments 12 bar blues formula Blues Scale Improvisation Fast Tempo Blend of European and African Traditions
Characteristics: Secular Lyrics (non religous) Started by Ray Charles Blend of European and African Traditions
Characteristics: Secular Lyrics (non religous) Started by James Brown Emphasis on rhythm Leads to hip hop
Mrs. Newmans Class. Rhythm and Style Call and Response Many rhythms Percussion Syncopation Improvisation Complex Rhythms.
Mrs. Dugans Class MUSIC in AFRICA. STYLE\RHYTHM Music in Africa can be extremely complex both melody. Some African music is up-beat and fast. Rhythms.
Chapter 12- Jazz-Rock Styles My main thing is to create and not to compare… I dont wanna be like I used to be years ago… Stravinsky never wrote anything.
Mrs. Shaffers Class. Rhythm and Style Syncopation: the accent on the weak beat Complicated rhythms Improvisation: Make it up as you go Polyrhythmic: many.
The AH Question Paper is 40% of the exam Questions 7 and 8 are worth a total of 10 marks and they are open ended - i.e. YOU supply the answers. Each.
How we talk about music Especially 20th century music.
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Blues The effects and history of an African American pastime…
Music Review Assessment I. 1. Which of these is true about timbre? 10 1.Refers to loudness and softness of sound 2.Refers to the speed of the beat 3.Refers.
pitch dynamics (loudness or softness) tone colour duration.
7 Steps to outstanding Musical Futures Lessons To challenge them we must first challenge ourselves.
Classical Music. Characteristics Broad term that usually refers to music from the 9 th century to present day. The central norms of this style of music.
Rock Styles. Rock Grunge Blues-Rock Cello Rock Psychedelic Rock Metal Deathgrind Dance Rock Afro Prog Alternative Melodic Death Metal Art Rock Punk Jazz.
Percussion Family. Non-Pitched Percussion All percussion instruments must be struck with a beater or a stick to make sound Used to keep the beat.
MUSIC Spanish music has not got an unified style. There can be many differences depending on influences of other cultures ( Arab, Jewish or Gypsy culture).
M USIC IN A FRICA : S. B ROWN S C LASS. Rhythm and Style Call/Response Polyrhythms: Different combination of rhythms Layers of music.
Chapter 4 – Early Rock and Roll The blues had a baby and they called it rock and roll – Muddy Waters McGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright © 2011 by The McGraw-Hill.
© The Music Teachers Resource Site Copying allowed only for use in subscribing institution The Hare and the Tortoise By Mark Slater Programme Music.
Jazz Carnival: A History Schools Resource. What is Carnival? In pre-Christian times, there were holidays which resemble modern day Carnivals. In Ancient.
The British Invasion: The Beatles versus the Stones We idolized the Beatles, except for those of us who idolized the Rolling Stones Humorist Dave Barry.
Work Songs – devised in the United States in the 1600s plantations and prisons – told a simple story – heavy accents – call-response – good work-song leaders.
MUSIC Elements, History, and Performance. Timbre- Sound Quality Instrument Families STRINGS Violin Viola Cello Bass Harp Guitar Banjo Piano WIND Saxaphone.
History of Rock Music 10. The eras… The breakdown of music history at this point is done in decades. The breakdown of music history at this point is done.
An instrument or voice can go higher or lower in __________ Harmony Imitation Syncopation Texture Rhythm Beat Fortissimo Pitch Tone Solo Duet Volume.
House slaves Vs. Field slaves. Thesis Statement This paper will be comparing and contrasting Black African house slaves to Black African field slaves.
Chapter 2: Rhythm and Pitch Musical Notation. Key Terms Notes Rests Dotted notes Dotted rests Ties Slurs Legato Staccato Triplet Time signatures Staff.
History of Music Baroque And Classical. Baroque At the end of the 16 th century, madrigal composers moved to extreme dissonances and rhythmic.
Frevo Pernambucos Carnival Music. The Term Frevo Related to the verb ferver (to boil over) Vernacular slang for the exuberance of carnival revelers in.
Musical Terms Instead of the usual handheld flashcards, I projected these from my computer. Easier to use, always stayed nice, and all students could see.
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