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IASTU/Music 109 - Solam American Pop Playlist  I You are only responsible for the songs in  bold type .  The Listening Quiz I and II will consist of 8-12 song examples each; a  one minute excerpt of the song will be played in class, and you are responsible for the  song title, name of the  artist/performer,  and the  style of music. Note: Excerpts may be taken from the beginning, middle, or end of the recording, so listen to the whole recording carefully. Song Title                                             Style                                                                     Artist/Performer     The 19 th  and Early 20 th  c. Loop: 1. Star Spangled Banner  (1814) National Anthem Francis Scott Key 2. Star Spangled Banner  (1983) National Anthem Marvin Gaye 3. Auld Land Syne  (1780) Traditional Guy Lombardo 4. Amazing Grace  (1972) Church Hymn Elvis Presley 5. The Sinking of the Great Titanic  (1916) Folk Ballad Vernon Dalhart 6. Old Joe Clark  (2004) Banjo/Fiddle Tune Lonesome Ramblers 7. Dueling Banjos  (1972) Banjo Music E. Weissberg/S. Mandell 8. The Beggars Opera   (1.  Fill Every Glass  2.  Let Us Take the Road  3.  If the Heart of a Man ) 9. Jin-Go-Lo-Ba  (1959) West African Drum Ensemble Babatunde Olatunji 10. Izithombiso Zonkosi  (1976) African Vocal Harmony Ladysmith Black Mambazo 11. Swing Low Sweet Chariot  (1968) Spiritual Southern Four 12. John the Revelator  (ca. 1920’s) Spiritual Spiritual Four 13. Joshua Fit the Battle  (1951) Gospel Mahalia Jackson 14. Oh Happy Day  (1967) Gospel Edwin Hawkins Singers 15. The Clapping Song  (1965) Game Song Shirley Ellis 16. Old Folks at Home  (1851) Parlor/Plantation Song Harry Burr 17. I Pagliacci  (1907) Opera Caruso 18. Take Me Out to the Ballgame  (1908) Tin Pan Alley Edward Meeker 19. God Bless America  (1918) Pop Standard Kate Smith
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20. Alexander’s Ragtime Band  (1911) Tin Pan Alley Irving Berlin 21. Maple Leaf Rag  (1898) Ragtime Scott Joplin 22. Castle House Rag  (1914) Ragtime James Reese Europe 23. Rhapsody in Blue  (1924) Symphonic Jazz George Gershwin 24. My Blue Heaven  (1927) Pop Standard Gene Austin 25. Ole Man River  (1928) Pop Standard Bing Crosby 26. Ole Man River  (1936) Pop Standard Paul Robson 27. (Somewhere) Over the Rainbow  (1939) Pop Standard Judy Garland 28. (Somewhere) Over the Rainbow  (1993) Pop Standard Israel Kamakawiwoole 29. Summertime  (2005) Pop Standard Fantasia
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