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  1. Modern Popular Music

  2. Modern Popular Music Questions • What is the difference between “pop” and “popular” music? • According to the article, define “pop” music. • What does “Pop Music Melting Pot” refer to? • What does “art is not a concern” mean? • What characterizes a “pure pop” song? Reading “What is pop music”? Instructions: • Find one partner • Decide who will be Reader 1 & who will be Reader 2 • Find a piece of blank paper, a writing utensil, & your article • Reader 1 reads 1st paragraph out loud to Reader 2, Reader 2 listens carefully & takes notes • Reader 2 reads next paragraph & Reader 1 takes notes • Reader 1 & 2 keep switching roles until entire article is read.

  3. Popular Music Presentation Instructions You be assigned one popular song from the following eras: • Pre-1920’s • 1930’s • 1940’s • 1950’s • 1960’s • 1970’s • 1980’s • 1990’s • 2000’s – today You will make a Prezipowerpoint including the following information: • Title of your song • Name of artist • Name of lyricist • Name of music composer • Publishing company (record company) • Year song was released • Genre • Analysis of the lyrics • A 2 minute clip • 3 “Did you know…” facts

  4. Popular Music Presentation Instructions (continued) At your teacher’s discretion, each student will be given the chance to choose one song from the following eras: • Pre-1920’s • 1930’s • 1940’s • 1950’s • 1960’s • 1970’s • 1980’s • 1990’s • 2000’s – today The song that you choose must: • Be approved by your teacher • Be from an era that is different from your first song • NOT be from the same artist as someone else’s song • Must be presented in a Prezi that includes all the same info as your first song (see previous slide) • READY???

  5. Modern Popular MusicPre -1920’s

  6. John Phillip Sousa • “The March King” • Emphasized brass instruments • Stars and Stripes Forever

  7. WC Handy • “Father of the Blues” • Introduced a new style of music to the world • Did not invent the blues but brought them to a worldwide audience • 1st blues song– Memphis Blues • Beale Street

  8. Scott Joplin • “The King of Ragtime” • Wrote 2 operas • Fig Leaf Rag

  9. Jelly Roll Morton • Jazz pianist – conductor - composer • He claimed that he “invented” jazz • Jelly Roll Blues

  10. Modern Popular Music1920’s

  11. Fats Waller • New Orleans Jazz • One of the “Songs of the Century” – Recording Industry Association of America • Ain’tMisbehavin’

  12. Jimmie Rogers • “Father of Country Music” • Guitar, voice • Yodel • In the Jailhouse Now

  13. Louis Armstrong • “Satchmo” • Trumpet player and singer • Reinvented himself as both Big Band performer, pop singer, and jazz trumpeter • West End Blues

  14. Modern Popular Music1930’s

  15. Robert Johnson • “King of the Delta Blues” • Used voice and guitar only • Dubbed father of rock and roll • Crossroad Blues

  16. Billie Holliday • “Lady Day” • Along with Fitzgerald, considered one of greatest jazz voices of all time • Strange Fruit

  17. Fred Astaire • A dancer – singer – film actor - entertainer • Known for dancing with Ginger Rogers • Cheek to Cheek

  18. Modern Popular Music1940’s

  19. Bill Monroe • The Father of Bluegrass Music • High lonesome sound • Mandolin with bass, guitar, and fiddle • Blue Moon of Kentucky

  20. Woody Guthrie • Noted for his identification with • the common man • the poor • the downtrodden • Hated fascism and exploitation • This Land Is Your Land

  21. Thelonius Monk • Pianist who used “stride” piano techniques along with more “avant garde” approach • Used the entire keyboard, not just those notes “in tune” • ‘Round Midnight

  22. Ella Fitzgerald • “The First Lady of Song” • Three octave range • How High The Moon

  23. Modern Popular Music1950’s

  24. Buddy Holly • Rock and roll chords (C, G, E) • 15 #1 hits on the Billboard Top 40 in one year • Peggy Sue

  25. Elvis Presley • King of Rock and Roll • Huge teen idol and heart throb • Performed older African-American blues songs • Jailhouse Rock

  26. Ray Charles • Rhythm and blues • Added gospel sound to rock and roll • Piano and boogie-woogie sound • Mess Around

  27. Johnny Cash • “The Man in Black” • Boom-chick-a-boom sound • Folsom Prison Blues

  28. Miles Davis • Bebop– Throttled notes • Cool jazz—Improvisation • Modal jazz– No keys, just notes. • Jazz fusion—Soul, R&B, and jazz added with electric instrumentation • Tempus Fugit

  29. Modern Popular Music1960’s

  30. Frank Sinatra • Big Band Sound • One lead singer with full orchestral arrangement • Strangers in the Night • My Way • Other?

  31. Bob Dylan • Influenced heavily by Woody Guthrie • Became most popular folk musician since Guthrie, but lost folk audience for going electric • Blowin’ in the Wind

  32. The Beatles • The British Invasion • Experimentation with musical instruments • I Want to Hold Your Hand • Hey, Jude

  33. Beach Boys • The California Surf Sound • Experimentation with musical time signatures, music • Good Vibrations

  34. Marvin Gaye • Berry Gordy produced • Motown favorite • I Heard it Through the Grapevine

  35. Nat King Cole • Vocalist & jazz pianist • Died of lung cancer • L-O-V-E

  36. Modern Popular Music1970’s

  37. James Brown • “The Godfather of Soul” • Soul music • Funk music • Get Up Offa That Thing

  38. Led Zepplin • Hard rock/ heavy metal • Volume to 11 • Kashmir

  39. Bee Gees • Disco genre • Known for 3 part vocal harmonies • Stayin’ Alive

  40. Stevie Wonder • Soul / Funk • Blind since shortly after birth • Superstition

  41. Sugar Hill Gang • MC– Master of Ceremonies • A mix of spoken word, sampled melodies, and “scratching” records • Rapper’s Delight

  42. Ramones • Often cited as 1st Punk Rock band • Blitzkrieg Bop

  43. Van Halen • Album “Van Halen” one of the “most revolutionary albums” • Formed in Pasadena, CA • Runnin’ With The Devil

  44. Modern Popular Music1980’s

  45. Bob Marley • Reggae genre • Kettle drums with basic electric guitar • Redemption Song

  46. Michael Jackson • Changed pop music into upbeat numbers with synthesized beats • “The King of Pop” • Thriller

  47. David Bowie • Singer – Songwriter – Arranger – Producer – Actor • Star of “Labyrinth” • Under Pressure

  48. Beastie Boys • New School Rap • Inducted into Rock n Roll Hall of Fame in 2012 • Fight For Your Right / Sabotage

  49. Modern Popular Music1990’s

  50. Nirvana • Grunge • Associated with Generation X • Come As You Are