BeBop. The 1940s. Characteristics. BeBop is about improvisation and solo playing, not melodies BeBop melodies, or heads , compliment the improvisations Smaller groups prevail over the big band This music is heard in small clubs rather than in dance halls
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Musical Instruments. Musical Instruments. Clarinet. Clarinets belong to woodwind family Clarinets can be of differing sizes and pitches . Clarinet family is the largest such instrument family, with more than a dozen types.
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Little Richard. Little Richard. The purest prototype of hard, mainstream rock was Little Richard Early years Specialty Records. Tutti Frutti. Chorus twelve-bar blues Instrumentation and performers Performance style Religion. Chuck Berry. Chuck Berry. Early years
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Scene 5. Julie, Mic, Manu and Tae Jong. Summary. Scene 5 centers on the long conversation between Amanda and Tom, where the audience is able to find various things among the two characters. Opens after they had just eaten Amanda tells Tom to fix his hair Tom goes out to smoke
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ELECTRONIC DANCE MUSIC AND YOUTH CULTURE: EXPLORING CHANGE AND CONSEQUENCE IN THE 21 st CENTURY. Club Fluid Dance floor, Philly.
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The renaissance. Gene Potter Karen Li Zach Lin. The Ren aissance!. Most musicologists are in a general consensus that the Ren aissance period occurred between the early 14 th century to the late 15 th / early 16 th centuries! It is more so distinguished by the style of the music!
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Jazz In America Yesterday & Today. Period 4 APUSH. By Chris Jackson. Focus. Jazz culture serves as a reflection of the time period, continually evolving while remaining true to its original roots as a vehicle of individual expression.
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The Evolution of the Flute. Student Presentation. Neanderthal Flute. Above: 43,ooo-82,ooo-year old Cave Bear bone flute with 4 holes. Flute Construction. Bone Reed Ivory Metal (for the Professional). Neanderthal Flute. Neanderthal Flute.
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Baroque Period. 1600-1750. Characteristics of the Baroque Period. Unity of Mood Most music used one mood throughout the piece General moods used included joy, grief, agitation Specific rhythms or patterns were used to depict specific moods
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Chapter 7 The Early Baroque Period. Style Features of Early Baroque Music. Basso continuo Ground bass Basso ostinato Functional harmony. Key Terms. Style Features of Early Baroque Music. Extravagance & emotional expression tempered by scientific inquiry and logic
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JAZZ DANCE HISTORY. ORIGINS OF JAZZ DANCE. People of African and Caribbean decent, performed dances that represented different cycles of life including; birth, puberty, marriage, and death.
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Romantic piano music. Rise in popularity Attractive to amateurs Rise of virtuoso pianist Franz Liszt (1811-1886) Clara Schumann (1819-1896). Miniatures. Prelude, Intermezzo, Impromptu, etc. Dance music: Polish mazurka, Viennese waltz, etc
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Syncopation. The way of all signs, that is, of triadicity. A noun form of syncopation has 3 meanings: #1 : (phonology) the loss of sounds in the interior of a word (as in `fo'c'sle' for `forecastle'), #2 : a musical rhythm accenting a normally weak beat.
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