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Music in American Society Study Guide for the Final Exam Charles Ives Song Plugger Tin Pan Alley Irving Berlin George Gershwin Urban Blues Syncopation Collective Improvisation New Orleans Jazz Musical Theater Revue Opera Recitative Aria Leonard Bernstein, “West Side Story” Walking Bass Swing Bebop Cool Jazz Hard Bop Free Jazz Count Basie Louis Armstrong Duke Ellington Dizzy Gillespie Charlie Parker Miles Davis John Coltrane Listening Still, Afro-American Symphony , III Bernstein, “Cool” from West Side Story Ives, “The Fourth of July” from Four New England Holidays Varèse, Hyperprism Cowell, “The Banshee” Sweet Jazz Henry Cowell Tone Clusters William Grant Still Neo-Classicism Nationalism Utilitarianism Samuel Barber, “Adagio for Strings” Neo-Romanticism Aaron Copland Nadia Boulanger Musique Concrète Edgar Varèse, “Poème électronique” Arnold Schoenberg Serialism Milton Babbitt 12-tone method Total serialism John Cage, “4'33''” Chance music, indeterminacy
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