Lecture_Schedule___Assignments_101_S2008__1_3_ - Music...

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Music 101/Am St 105 Lecture Schedule Week 1: Tu  1/22 Introduction, Course themes Reading:   Th  1/24 Minstrelsy – Ragtime – Tin Pan Alley Reading: Garofalo: Introduction: 1-14  Lawrence W. Levine, “Prologue”,  Highbrow/Lowbrow: The Emergence of  Cultural Hierarchy in America  (Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1988): 1-9.  [On the Balckboard site, under Course Materials] Excerpt from Michael Campbell, “Popular Music in the Nineteenth Century  [Ch. 2],”  The Beat Goes On: Popular Music in America, 2 nd  ed. , Belmont, CA:  Wadsworth, 2006): 24-33. [Course Materials] Listening : De Boatman's Dance (Dan Emmett, minstrelsy, ca. 1840s)  When You Were Sweet Sixteen (James Thornton, vaudeville ballad, 1896)  4:35 Schottische (Hosea Ripley, municipal brass band style, ca. 1870s) St. Louis Tickle (Ossman-Dudley Trio, banjo/piano/mandolin rag , 1904)  Oriole Rag (banjo and piano - Fred Van Eps and Frank Banta Sr., banjo and 
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2008 for the course AM ST 105 taught by Professor Stevenpond during the Spring '08 term at Cornell.

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