Music 151 Exam #2
Music 151 Exam #2 Music 151
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Exam #2 - What performance medium became popular in the 1880s and featured a rotating cast of performers? o VAUDEVILLE - What famous Gershwin work has by some, been upgraded to the status of opera, rather than musical? o PORGY & BESS - With the development of electronic technology, what style came into fashion … o - Who of the following would not be considered a “new crooner”? o MARC ANTHONY - What was the format that converted minstrel shows into more family oriented … o VAUDEVILLE - What was revolutionary about Jerome Kern’s ‘showboat’ in 1927? o IT WAS THE FIRST EXAMPLE OF SERIOUS DRAMA IN AMERICA - Why was music sheet such a popular/important medium in the later half of the 1880s? o IT WAS THE ONLY MEDIUM (VIA AMETEUR PIANO PERFORMANCE) THAT POPULAR SONGS COULD BE MARKETED IN AMERICA - Who of the following would not be considered a modern composer of musicals? o TONY PASTOR - Black American culture contributed to the evolving musical theatre with which … o THE CREOLE SHOW - What was the first significant format to commercialize on AfricanAmerican music … o MINSTREL SHOW - What songs became popular in eighteenthcentury England and eventually … o PARLOR SONGS - Who was the composer that brought American musical theater to its peak and also was a mentor to Irving … o GEORGE M COHAN - What lyricist worked with Richard Rogers after hiss collaboration with Lorenze Heart? o - What two venues helped expand the American song and entertainment industry? o BALLROOM DANCING AND CABARET - What was the organization created by the publishing firms of Tin Pan Alley? o ASCAP - What revolutionary style of theater is Jerome Kern associated with? o PRINCESS THEATER MUSICALS - What famous work by Leonard Bernstein is based on Romeo and Juliet? o WEST SIDE STORY - What Tin Pan Alley composer was able to withstand the rise of conservatory trained composers on sheer talent? o IRVING BERLIN th th - Who were the traveling courtly singer/songwriters of Germany in the 12 and 13 century? o MINNESINGERS - About when did phonograph players come down in price? o 1908 - Who was the greatest American song composer of the 19 century? o STEPHEN FOSTER th th - Who were the traveling court singer/songwriters of France in the 12 and 13 century? o TROUBADOR - Concerning Minstrel shows and its presentation of class issues, what modern musical genre … o PUNK ROCK - While Minstrel shows focused racial & class issues, what was another element … o LAMPOONING “LEGITIMATE” THEATER - What historic film introduced sound and ended the era of silent film? o THE JAZZ SINGER - With the push to market minstrelsy to upperclass patronage by the 1840’s, how did race … o - Tin Pan Alley received its name for: o TINKLING PIANOS - While the minstrel shows are clearly racist, they also include themes of: o COMMON GROUND BETWEEN BLACK AND WHITE LOWER CLASS - Why did American sheet production center around the theater district in NY? o THE THEATERS REQUIRED AN ABUNDANCE OF SONGS - What theatre format carried over from a traditional European legacy? o MINSTREL
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