Quiz 2 review 2.pdf - Quiz 2 review Topics\/Genres Boogie Woogie Popular jazz\/blues piano style of the 1920s and 1930s featuring strong bass patterns in

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Quiz 2 review Topics/Genres: Boogie Woogie - Popular jazz/blues piano style of the 1920s and 1930s featuring strong bass patterns in the left hand and syncopated chords and melodies in the right hand. - Virtuosic piano playing - Walking bass lines and shuffle rhythms - Flashy melodic lines in the upper register - Often very fast tempos Jump Blues / Rhythm and Blues An R&B style of the 1940s/early 1950s featuring small combos performing upbeat, danceable songs, often with humorous lyrics. Rock and Roll - The popular teen-oriented music of the 1950’s to the early 1960’s, as opposed to the more consciously artistic “rock” that developed from the mid-1960s on. Son Jarocho - Instrumentation includes requinto, harp, and jarana Norteña/Conjunto Banda Narcocorrido Pyschadellia - Music was meant to aid or enhance the acid trip, and stimulate a trip-like experience by itself. - Longer songs, extended jams (hard to open your mind in 3 1/2 second Terms/Instruments: Harmony - Notes stacked up on top of each other Chords - The simultaneous sounding of different pitches. Arpeggios- Separation of notes in a chord Countermelody- Call-and-response - A characteristic feature of much African American music, in which musical forces alternate with one another. This can take form with a solo singer and
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