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Second Exam-listening to jazz 4 areas we should listen to in order to understand what a jazz musician is doingWhat did he say pg. 65-66 in American popular musicLil Hardin pg. 73*Matching with names*Pg 78-79 african americans in terms of jazz dancing, listening, and performanceJazz tap dancingBessie smith’s influencePg. 76Jazz musician as an act of autonomous creationEverything springs from me78-79MatchingLil harden Pg. 73Billie HolidayPg. 78-80Read everything within the sectionAda Overton TurnerMa RaineyPerry BradfordIda Cox Lucille HegaminSippie WallaceMimi SmithBessie SmithMeshell NdegeocelloGaladace BentleyEthel WatersLovie Austin (piano player)Memphis MinnieElla FitzgeraldInternational Sweethearts of RhythmW.C. HandyTin Pan AlleyJim CrowFrom the tin pan alleyNot a real personRagtimeCoon SongsScott JoplinMatch the following artist with their birth year:What month do three of these artists have in common - AprilBillie holiday, sarah vaughn, ella fitzgerald, and bessie smith
189419241917- Ella Fitzgerald1915Listening to jazzIdeas of modernismArt is about nothing but itself and its materials**Someone’s nameTin pan alley became a phenomenon through the writing and publishing of songs and the development of a national system of _________DistributionHound dog answers the following:Who is the white californian who identifies with the African american communityWhite male memphis singerWhat is a race record and how are they marketed?Swany- a typical dixy song of its time with a narrator talking about returning southComposer: George KershwinTin Pan alleyBlack jewish nationAngela davis “I used to be your sweet mama”Content of popular music and bluesHow they were similar or the same in the 1920s-1930sImpact of abolition on the musical impact of slaveryDifferent between

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