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  1. Popular Music Styles National 4 & 5

  2. Pop Music A style of popular music played by a group of musicians.

  3. Rock A style of popular music with a heavy, driving beat. Usually features electric guitar, bass guitar and drum kit.

  4. Rock ‘n’ Roll 1950s American music which grew from the combined styles of jazz, blues, gospel and country.

  5. Rapping Rhyming lyrics that are spoken and performed in time to a beat. Rapping is popular in hip-hop music.

  6. Jazz At first this was music created by black Americans in the early 20th century. Jazz music is also an umbrella term for a number of other styles…

  7. Jazz Music Ragtime Scat Singing Swing Blues

  8. Ragtime A popular style of American music from the 1900’s written mostly for Piano Lively syncopatedmelodies with a steady ‘vamp’ like left hand accompaniment. Syncopation is when the accent is off the main beat. Vamp is when there is a Bass note played followed by the chord – sounds like ‘oom-cha’. Main composer of Ragtime was Scott Joplin. Back

  9. Swing Back A jazz style which started in the 1930s and was performed by a big band. The numbers and types of instruments in the big bands increased during this period, through the influence of swing. Glenn Miller was one of the leading figures in swing music.

  10. Blues Back Blues started as Black American folk music, developing from spirituals and work songs. Blues music is often in 4/4 time and is mostly patterned on a 12-bar structure (although 8 and 16 bars are also found) and on a scale where some notes are flattened.

  11. Scat Singing Back Nonsense words, syllables and sounds are improvised (made up) by the singer. Sometimes the singer is imitating the sounds of instruments. Used mainly in jazz singing.