Submitted by ZHOU, LINGYI (LWZ5113) on 1/26/2013 1:42:05 PMPoints Awarded10.00Points Missed0.00Percentage100%1.In America, the African call-and-response tradition can be traced from early African-American music through the blues and into jazz. What distinctive characteristic do we hear in call-and-response in jazz music?A) If a call is sung, then the response must also be sung.B) The instrument making the response must be different than the C) When an instrument responds to a vocal call, the music mimics D) A new call begins before the previous response has finished, instrument that made the call.the singing as closely as possible.thereby overlapping it.Points Earned:1.02.While seemingly very dissimilar, Ragtime piano and the marches played by brass bands actually shared much in common. Only one characteristic below is unique to Ragtime piano. Which one is it?
C) Abundant syncopation in the melody above the steady duple background.
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