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4/4/11 Popular Culture in 19th c. U.S. English ballad opera The Beggar's Opera, by John Gay, 1728 Italian opera (bel canto) Public Concerts Pleasure gardens Musical variety shows Municipal symphonies (1889 Chicago Symphony) The Minstrel Show History Ethiopean delineators T.D. Rice’s “Jim Crow” 1829 Virginia Minstrels (Dan Emmet) 1843 Performance conventions PART I Semi-circle bounded by comic end-men, interlocutor directing PART 2 “Olio”-variety format, comical stump speech PART 3 -- Final skit (Plantation number, or spoof of popular plays, etc.) Characters Sambo, Jim Crow, Old Darky, Zip Coon, Mammy, Mulatress Meanings that people drew Agency of Black Musicians James Bland (1854-1911) W.C. Handy “Father of the Blues” Bert Williams
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Unformatted text preview: LISTEN: “Nobody” (1913 recording) CD1:7 PARLOR MUSIC Foundations for music publishing Stephen Foster (1826-1864) LISTEN: "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" 1854 On-line CD1:4 We describe this as “AABA form,” but full form is actually: (A instrumental) AABA (instrumental interlude) AABA (instrum.AA) BA V AUDEVILLE Tony Pastor’s Opera House, 1865 in NYC Variety of performance genres TIN PAN ALLEY Business model for popular music publishing Charles Harris (1867-1930) LISTEN: “After the Ball” (1892) On-line CD1:5 Form? Style? Irving Berlin (1888-1989) Jewish contributions to popular music 1880s Immigration wave from Russia (escaping pogroms) MOVIE: “The Jazz Singer”...
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