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MUS110CL CCWC MODULE THREE
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AURASMA AND MUS110 CHANNEL 1. Download hpreveal app on Iphone, Ipad, Android 2. Click on app 3. Follow the instructions on registering 4. Once you are registered log on and at bouncing ball screen touch the hpreveal icon at bottom. You will see several channels 5. Touch search magnifying glass icon and type MUS110CL then “search” 6. Click on “follow” 7.Touch on selected aura and square at the bottom 8. Hold device over trigger image
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THREE STAY ONE STRAY TEAM ACTIVITY
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AMERICAN BLUES TRADITIONS AND THE BIRTH OFJAZZ When you complete this module, you should be able to: Compare blues music to jazz music. Describe how the different origins created differences in the music. Correctly label the genre of the blues and jazz recordings included in the module. Identify great artists in the sub-genres of: Mississippi Delta Blues, Electric Blues, Dixie Land Jazz, Jazz Orchestra, Swing Band, Be Bop, Cool Jazz, and Fusion Jazz. Create blues song lyrics: at least three verses of three lines each in the style of a Mississippi Delta Blues song.
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For this module, you are required to read the following from your textbook: Chapter 9: American Blues Traditions (pp. 113-125) Chapter 10: Jazz in New Orleans and Chicago (pp. 127-134) Chapter 11: Jazz Pioneers in Chicago (pp. 135- 144) Chapter 12: Big Bands in the Swing Years (pp. 145-156) Chapter 13: Popular Styles in Jazz Since the Swing Era (pp. 157-170)
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Key Terms Songsters Tonic, Subdominant, and Dominant Chords 12-bar Blues Pattern Mississippi Delta Blues Hokem Blues Chicago Blues Creole Storyville Improvisation Scat singing Riff chart Big Bands
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Music Playlist “Sweet Home Chicago” – Robert Johnson and Eric Clapton “Dippermouth Blues” “C” Jam Blues” “Dinah” – Louis Armstrong “Mood Indigo” ”Doggin’ Around” – Count Basie “Sing, Sing, Sing” – Bennie Goodman “KoKo” – Charlie Parker “Take Five” – Dave Brubeck “Spinning Wheel” – Blood, Sweat and Tears “Satellite” – Dave Matthews
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Blues/Jazz Composers/Performers Robert Johnson Muddy Water Charlie Patton Jelly Roll Morton Louis Armstrong Bix Beiderbecke Count Basie Duke Ellington Bennie Goodman Miles Davis Dave Brubeck Charlie Parker Blood, Sweat, and Tears
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BLUES TIMELINE 1920s Mississippi Delta BluesCharlie Patton Hokem Blues Robert Johnson 1930s Memphis Blues B.B. King Jug bands 1940s-1950s Chicago/Urban Blues – Influenced by Mississippi blues Muddy Waters 1960s Blues Revival Rhythm and Blues B.B. King
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BLUES SUB GENRES Mississippi Delta Blues Electric Blues Dixie Land Jazz Jazz Orchestra Swing Band Be Bop Cool Jazz Fuzion Jazz
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Blues traditions - 1900 Derived from the African American spiritual, field hollers and work songs. Primarily a vocal genre
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