Test 4 Study Guide 2

Test 4 Study Guide 2 - Steven Dooley Survey of Rock Music...

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Steven Dooley Survey of Rock Music December 13, 2009 Test 4 Study Guide Genres: Ska- combined a rhythm and blues beat with mento and other styles they had heard on the radio, through traveling performers, and on records Reggae - rhythm fell into a pattern of four beats, but unlike ska, it often accented the first and third beats and also emphasized the back beat Punk Rock - Developed in the US out of the music played by garage bands in the mid 60s, simple and short songs New Wave- was a form of hard rock in many elements of punk Funk - an American music genre that originated in the late 1960s when African American musicians Disco- All about dancing so the entire rhythm section stresses each beat of the 4 beat measure Hip-Hop- a cultural movement manifest in B-boying (breakdancing), graffiti writing, DJing and eMCeeing is an artistic commitment to seize freedom from oppressive social conditions. Rap- involved spoken lyrics performed in a rhythmic patter over complex funk-styled rhythms People: Desmond Dekker –reggae: he was a welder and sang at his work place
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