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history of rock and roll assignment

by: Camah Whitacre

history of rock and roll assignment

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Date Created: 01/17/16
Camah Whitacre th Assignment 1 – Due in Canvas by Wed., Sept. 9 by 1 pm. 18 points possible 1. Watch the link below and discuss 3 things that you learned about society &/or music in the 20’s.(3 pts) It is entitled “The Roaring 1920’s: The decade was characterized by the rise of extreme political movements  In the Soviet Union, the Bolsheviks would eventually adopt semi- capitalist policies  During the 1920s, Europe also experienced the rise of the far-right 2. List the 3 main streams American Music came from. List an element of music that comes from each stream. (6 pts)  African American – low timbres  European American – folk music  Latin American - rhythm 3. Go to: There will be a list of songs – Pick 1 song to listen to. What time period in history did this song come from and briefly discuss the lyrics of it. (2 pts)  The song came from 1848  The lyrics are about a “Nigga” as the song says which it says Nigga every other line basically 4. Listen to: ”Dream a Little Dream” specific for each one) What style of music is this? (3 pts)usic? (be  Louis Armstrong is known for his trumpet.  Ella Fitzgerald was known for her singing.  This is Jazz. 5. Listen to: “The Lady is a Tramp” This song is considered to be a standard. What does this mean and what era did it come from? (2 pts)  It is considered a standard because new artists are singing an old song  It came from the 1930s 6. Listen to: “My Blue Heaven” What type of song is this and why? (2 pts)  Tim Pan Alley because its catchy and easy to remember.


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