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Name: American Music Quiz #4 Status : Completed Score: 100 out of 100 points Instructions: Answer the questions and then click"submit" to send your answers Question 1 Multiple Answer 4 of 4 points Which one of the following was not typically characteristic of the early twentieth- century dance bands? Selected Answers: lush string timbres Correct Answers: lush string timbres Question 2 Multiple Answer 4 of 4 points The musician who was concerned with making jazz "respectable" (especially to white audiences) was Selected Answers: Paul Whiteman Correct Answers: Paul Whiteman Question 3 Multiple Choice 4 of 4 points The "blues" began as an African-American _________ folk music. Selected Answer: vocal Correct Answer: vocal Question 4 Multiple Choice 4 of 4 points Cajun music evolved in the remote areas of Selected Answer: Louisiana Correct Answer: Louisiana Question 5 Multiple Choice 4 of 4 points "Scatting" means Selected Answer: half-spoken, half-sung nonsense syllables Correct Answer: half-spoken, half-sung nonsense syllables Question 6 Multiple Choice 4 of 4 points
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The self-styled "father of the blues" was Selected Answer: W.C. Handy Correct Answer: W.C. Handy Question 7 Multiple Choice 4 of 4 points Jelly Roll Morton was a great Selected Answer: jazz pianist Correct Answer: jazz pianist Question 8 Multiple Choice 4 of 4 points New Orleans jazz musicians improvised on a given ______. Selected Answer:
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2011 for the course MUS 123 taught by Professor Tba during the Spring '09 term at Parkland.

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