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Music of our generation

Music of our generation . Bell Ringer #1. Think, pair, share.. How has music changed from the 1700s-1800s (Mozart’s time)? -Think about how it is written, performed, who/ how many people can listen to it, recorded?, contents, instruments, etc..

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Music of our generation

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  1. Music of our generation

  2. Bell Ringer #1 • Think, pair, share.. How has music changed from the 1700s-1800s (Mozart’s time)? -Think about how it is written, performed, who/ how many people can listen to it, recorded?, contents, instruments, etc.. -How did these changes come about? (what has happened from the 1700

  3. Today’s music reflects today’s people Music mirrors our time It relates to the way we think and live Music today has become more VISUAL, more URBAN, and more GLOBAL Social trends have a direct influence on the music we create and the music we embrace

  4. Visual, Urban, Global (Brainstorm some words to describe these) Visual….. Urban….. Global….

  5. Visual, Urban, Global Visual….. -of or pertaining to seeing or sight: a visual image. -the picture elements, as distinguished from the sound elements, in films, television, etc. -photographs, slides, films, charts, or other visual materials, especially as used for illustration or promotion. ((Compare audio, video)) Urban….. -of, pertaining to, or designating a city or town. -living in a city. -characteristic of or accustomed to cities; citified Global…. -pertaining to the whole world; worldwide; universal: the dream of global peace. -comprehensive. -covering, influencing, or relating to the whole world

  6. Music has become more VISUAL… Over the past 100 years or so, people have become more and more visually oriented. 1903 Motion pictures 1946 Broadcast television 1979 Microcomputer 1994 Internet Even without thinking about it, we take in enormous quantities of information through our eyes. Prior to television, radio dramas forced listeners to envision the characters and scenery Now, television dramas create settings, costumes, and characters for the eyes so the viewer does not have to invent them. EX- The difference between reading a novel—and– seeing it turned into a motion picture.

  7. EX- The difference between reading a novel—and– seeing it turned into a motion picture.

  8. What does this do to the music? The creation and importance of music videos Detailed cd covers and advertisements Detailed and extreme music performances

  9. Music has become more URBAN… During the 20th century, increasing numbers of people moved into urban and suburban environments (cities). Many people living close together created a new type of lifestyle—life becomes intense, impersonal, complex, and varied as compared to simple lifestyles in rural (country) areas People have more choices, opinions, and interests

  10. What has it done for the music? URBANIZATION- The development of a culture that is the result of the crowding intensity of a city lifestyle Vibrant, exciting, divisive (divides people and their ideas), and unruly Urbanization has thus created its own form of music Many new forms of music….music mixes together…we get even more forms of music… R & B Rock Rap Hip Hop Country New Age

  11. Music has become more GLOBAL… Worldwide communicationhas created the first means of humans being connected globally. Globalization process of making information and influence accessible to a worldwide audience This is expressed more vibrantly in music than any other art form WHY DO YOU THINK? Prior to electronic reproduction, music was confined to specific locales and societies. During 20thcentury- American pop music became a common denominator for the world.

  12. What does this do to the music? Easier access to all types of music Music is heard all over the world

  13. Your task… You are going to create an advertisement to show how music has evolved into the “MUSIC OF OUR GENERATION” -Catchy title -Visuals/ pictures on every page or for every section -Give information and “fun facts” about each section

  14. Music of Our Generation -Rock -Rap -Country -New Age

  15. Bell Ringer #2 • What are the three factors that have contributed to the evolution and change of music from the past, into what it is today? • Briefly describe one of them

  16. Rock Music • After WWII, southern African Americans migrated to northern cities bringing a new musical influence to urban culture • This turned into the Rhythm and Blues music of B.B. King and other similar musicians • “Rock and Roll” fully emerged in 1955 with Bill Haley’s recording of “Rock Around the Clock” • During the 1960s, this early style of Rock and Roll became increasingly electrified and amplified. • Today, Rock music is very mainstreamed and some say that (today’s) rock in the 21st century sounds much as it has in previous decades.

  17. Rock Music • Instruments- guitar, bass, drums, vocals • Musicians – Top 10 of 21st century- Muse, My Chemical Romance, The White Stripes, Linkin Park, The Killers, Fall Out Boy, Queens of the Stone Age, Maroon 5, Coldplay, System of a Down

  18. Rap and Hip Hop Music • Rap evolved from many different music genres: • Gospel, jazz, blues, salsa, electro rock, pop, and Caribbean • With that mixture, urban African American youth invented their own music • Originally, rap gave a voice to disenfranchised youth • Some rap lyrics have been seen as obscene, bigoted, and socially irresponsible • This is not always true it has lyrics that address hard realities of life, and personal and social messages

  19. Beginning of Rap • One early DJ, “KoolHerc,” came to America from Jamaica, where spinning records was a highly developed art. • KoolHerc often used to record players and two versions of the same record to “loop” short sections and create break beats. • Break beats occur when other instruments in the band stop playing while drums and bass play alone. • These break beats would loop one section over and over, would be played on two different turn tables • These extended break beats became very popular and eventually became the foundations of rhyming and “rapping.”

  20. Rap and Hip Hop Music • Instruments- keyboards, drums and drum machines, synthesizers (to loop music), computers, turntables, vocals • Musicians- 50 cent, Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Ludacris, Drake, Eminem, etc…

  21. Rapper’s Delight- Sugarhill Gang Listen! i said a hip hop the hippie the hippie to the hip hip hop, a you dont stop the rock it to the bang bang boogie say up jumped the boogie to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat now what you hear is not a test--i'mrappin to the beat and me, the groove, and my friends are gonna try to move your feet see i am wonder mike and i like to say hello to the black, to the white, the red, and the brown, the purple and yellow but first igotta bang bang the boogie to the boogie say up jump the boogie to the bang bang boogie let's rock, you dont stop rock the riddle that will make your body rock well so far youve heard my voice but i brought two friends along and next on the mike is my man hank come on, hank, sing that song source:

  22. Boosting Rap’s Rep Answer the questions on your handout. Image 1 image 2 image 3

  23. Country and Western Music • Has roots in the folk tradition • Has grown into a well established style, just as popular in cities and with its traditional country inhabitants • Lyrics are often nostalgic reminders of a more simple lifestyle • Usually pose basic questions and clean solutions

  24. Country and Western Music • Instruments- Guitar, drums, keyboard, vocals, • Musicians- Taylor Swift, Toby Keith, Zac Brown, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Sugarland, Jason Aldean

  25. New Age Music • A contemporary type of meditative, mostly instrumental, music • Some say it is hard to define • Has recently gotten more popular, with over 50 record companies across the U.S., Europe, and Asia, that specialize in this • First got it’s own category at Grammy Awards in 1987 • Musicians combine characteristics of classical and popular music, a wide variety of cultures, improvisation, sounds from nature

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