15 Jazz 1 lecture outline

15 Jazz 1 lecture outline - GMUS 203: Music in America Dr....

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GMUS 203: Music in America Dr. Andrew Connell Lecture Outline: Jazz, part 1 ***DOWNLOAD READINGS FOR NEXT CLASS *STUDY GUIDE UP TOMORROW. JAZZ PART 1: NEW ORLEANS TO SWING NEW ORLEANS Political & Cultural History - Creole - whites - Creole of Color – racial mixing, successful business men. - Negro “Black Codes” 1894 Louisiana “One drop” law – one drop of black blood considered black. “GUMBO” – MIXING OF EVERYTHING TOGETHER. Musical ingredients: Minstrelsy, blues, spirituals, ballads, parlor songs, Ragtime, Caribbean music, New Orleans Brass bands European-derived aspects Instruments Harmony Extended musical forms (ragtime) Composition and notation African-derived aspects Expressive qualities - vocalized inflection Cyclic forms and oral culture (the blues) Improvisation and call-and-response Polyrhythm and syncopation 1
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GMUS 203: Music in America Dr. Andrew Connell Lecture Outline: Jazz, part 1 NEW ORLEANS JAZZ ARTISTS Storyville – started in storyville.
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2011 for the course GMUS 203 taught by Professor Connel during the Spring '08 term at James Madison University.

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