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UIndy - MUS 112 - Class Notes - Week 2

School: University of Indianapolis
Department: Music
Course: Introduction to Jazz
Professor: Jennifer Siukola
Term: Spring 2019
Tags: Lesson 4
Name: Music 112, week 2
Description: These notes cover lesson 4.
Uploaded: 01/31/2019
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School: University of Indianapolis
Department: Music
Course: Introduction to Jazz
Professor: Jennifer Siukola
Term: Spring 2019
Tags: Lesson 4
Name: Music 112, week 2
Description: These notes cover lesson 4.
Uploaded: 01/31/2019
48 Pages 22 Views 17 Unlocks
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Unformatted text preview: Lesson 4 Music 112 A Study * Origins of ja 27 - african americans in New Orleans Slave songs, s pirinals, field hollers, street cries, gospel hy mins, B th biver helped develop jartz # African American traditions - Africans brought misic to Europe from slave tradle equi - heptatonic scale 1 note scale wed in African Music, poly Anythmic Europeans tried to convert Africans Creating Spirituals # New Orleans - 2 qroups of Africans in No.in 18$ negroes - predominantly african Creoles of color-mixed ance shey usually french and Spanish O + Brass Bands BMusicians - brass instruments that were used waltz, Poika, caawark etc - - musicians played in the Red liqnd district marches opera Religious music slave music etc. - All comes together to form Rag tone Jazz) Raghme -style of american Music that featured Syncopated Rhythms Strice piano - Style of jazz piano clirived! from raahme in which the left hand alternates between bass notes and chords * Blves - features pitch-bendingi a qkadual change in Diteh. bluem notes: doesnt fit the 12-tone scale- Rural blues A coushic guitar driven blues music, male perspective - Mississippi delta blue ( ) Plays this dert Johnson most infhentian Carly blues music featuringharmonica and a slide guitar technique # Urban blues (aka) - classic bluese female perspective * Cau 3 Response - musical back B forrn Characterized by alternations between 2 GROUPS OR a Soloist B a group. Study A Study Soup Study Soup StudySOLLesson 4 Music 112 A Study * Origins of ja 27 - african americans in New Orleans Slave songs, s pirinals, field hollers, street cries, gospel hy mins, B th biver helped develop jartz # African American traditions - Africans brought misic to Europe from slave tradle equi - heptatonic scale 1 note scale wed in African Music, poly Anythmic Europeans tried to convert Africans Creating Spirituals # New Orleans - 2 qroups of Africans in No.in 18$ negroes - predominantly african Creoles of color-mixed ance shey usually french and Spanish O + Brass Bands BMusicians - brass instruments that were used waltz, Poika, caawark etc - - musicians played in the Red liqnd district marches opera Religious music slave music etc. - All comes together to form Rag tone Jazz) Raghme -style of american Music that featured Syncopated Rhythms Strice piano - Style of jazz piano clirived! from raahme in which the left hand alternates between bass notes and chords * Blves - features pitch-bendingi a qkadual change in Diteh. bluem notes: doesnt fit the 12-tone scale

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