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American Popular Music

by: Dr. Zora Franecki

American Popular Music MUSIC 102

Dr. Zora Franecki
GPA 3.95

Martin Rosenblum

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dr. Zora Franecki on Tuesday October 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MUSIC 102 at University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee taught by Martin Rosenblum in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see /class/230262/music-102-university-of-wisconsin-milwaukee in Music at University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.


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Date Created: 10/27/15
Roots of American Popular Music The music of Europe and 19th century EuropeanAmerican popular music 7716 European ballad XStory song hVery wordy AEnculturation reinforcement of social values at the end of the song XSolo singer XOriginally sung unaccompanied XStock openings There was a 7 Come all ye Some 20th can tw39y ballads A The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald 7 by Gordon Lighth0t 1970s J Sundown J If You Could Read My Mind iLigl1tfoot Tribute Page A Ruby Don t Take Your Love to Town 8 by Mel Tillis sung by Kenny Rogers J Islands In the Stream More 20th can tuty ballads A Woody s Rag 9 by Woody Guthrie 1930s Dust Bowl balladeer This Land is Your Land So Long It s Been Good to Know You Woody Guthrie homepage A Don t Think Twice It s All Right 10 by Bob Dylan 1960s Blowin In the Wind Like a Rolling Stone European Instrumen ts XOrchestral instruments Violin string bass Brass woodwinds percussion hGuitar hPiano XOther folk instruments Harmony Europe s glory kIutervalsi 2nd 3rd 4th 5th octaves etc kaords39 7 a vertical stack of notes 7tTr139ad7 the most common type of chord 135 kClzord mclion 71 IV V built on scale tones kaanges whord movement 1 VI IV V Some barman y songs A Wake Up Little Susie ll 1 in 1957 72part harmony copied by Simon amp Garfunkel Beatles Everly Bros homepage 7t Let Er Rip 12 by Billy Crain and Sandy Ramos sung by the Dixie Chicks 1999 Grammy Album xDiXle Chicks homepage 19 centuryEuropeanAmerican popular songs 7tSheet music for parlor piano and guitar 7tMinstrel show 1840s on Stephen Foster gtgt Oh Susanna Camptown Races My Old Kentucky Home James Bland Henry Work Dan Emmett Stephen Foster homepage More about 19th c E uropeanAmerlban popu1ar songs XThemes established 19th century romanticism that fed into country music Old home place preferable down South Railroads trucks were added in 20th c Mom and dad Prison Lost love hDance songs ddle tunes


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