11 Ragtime & Popular Song

11 Ragtime & Popular Song - Clef Club Hell Fighters...

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Music in America Andrew Connell James Madison University
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• Roots in: – 19 th -century salon music (light classical) – minstrel songs syncopated banjo techniques • “ragged time” – “white music played black” Ragtime
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Scott Joplin Composer, pianist Sold over a million copies as sheet music Form: AABBACCDD “Maple Leaf Rag” (1899)
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Ragtime influenced Piano styles Stride Piano Harlem rent parties “cutting” sessions LISTEN: “If Dreams Come True” James P. Johnson VIDEO: “Squeeze Me” Composed by Fats Waller Performed by Joe Sullivan
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Youth Movement LISTEN: “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” “Ragtime captures the speed and snap of American life” - Irving Berlin Reactions to Ragtime American Federation of Musicians Ragtime as Popular Music
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Social Dancing Influence of African American dance James Reese Europe (1880-1919)
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Unformatted text preview: Clef Club Hell Fighters band LISTEN: “Castle House Rag” The Golden Age of Tin Pan Alley song 20th century Composers: Irving Berlin, George & Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, etc. “Standards” Tin Pan Alley subjects Tin Pan Alley song form VERSE-REFRAIN FORM Verse (rarely performed today) Introduction, often performed rubato Refrain (AABA) Body of tune LISTEN: “I Got Rhythm” Performed by Ethel Merman “Rhythm” changes Listen: “Cotton Tail” Duke Ellington Orchestra Tin Pan Alley Song styles New Recording technologies Microphones enable new singing style Crooners LISTEN: “Brother Can You Spare a Dime?” Performed by Bing Crosby VIDEO: “The Lady is a Tramp” Performed by Frank Sinatra & Ella Fitzgerald...
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2009 for the course MUSIC 203 taught by Professor Dr.connell during the Fall '09 term at James Madison University.

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