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honors jazz lecture 4

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Jazz lecture 4 Tin Pan Alley - 1890s music as commercial product mass marketing 19 th Century Pop songs lyrics dealt with nostalgia melodrama death Ragtime Songs from Cakewalk cakewalk rhythm simpler than true Ragtime Hello My Baby Lyrics- new attitude-not fatalistic-one can be in control of one’s life Ragtime - classic ragtime complex solo piano music blending of European and West African musical elements Europe- harmony and form Africa- rhythmic concept 2 separate layers of rhythmic activity in right and left hands
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Unformatted text preview: additive rhythms effect of syncopation forms- from march and dance music basic model- AABBCCDD Scott Joplin Maple Leaf Rag form- AABBACCDD piano roll watched videos from Early Tin Pan Alley and Ragtime page on website: Maple Leaf Rag played by Takamon Hello My Baby sung by Michigan J. Frog The Entertainer played by chocotiger Player piano playing Maple Leaf Rag Listened to Golliwog’s Cakewalk by Debussy...
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