Class Notes January 12-24

Class Notes January 12-24 - Class Notes: 1/12 & 1/17 -...

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Class Notes : 1/12 & 1/17 - AABA song form - When you get through 32 bars, chorus - Song form ins most often 32 bars; 4 beats to a measure - Take the A Train- Duke Ellington (1941) o *Look in notes* - Ragtime : o Additive Structure: adding as you go through o Most ragtime was additive structure AABBACCDD Each letter is 16 bars (strain) Based on march structure Ragtime is duple divided into 2’s - Blues : o First blues came out of Mississippi Delta o Began to involve into a more formalized structure o o Classic Blues Structure: *12 bar form* (look at notes) There are sometimes substitution chords o “Richards Blues” “we’re gonna rock this joint, we gonna swing this joint” o Urban Blues Joe Williams “Goin' to Chicago” “Saw Mill Blues” (1985) Billy Holiday- female singer “Fine in Mello” “he don’t love me, he treats me awfully mean” o Song was with Ben Webster- tenner saxophone (heavier) and Lester Young- tenner saxophone (lighter), came second in song Ernie Andrews: “She’s gotta go” not sad blues o Delta Blues=Country Blues Occasionally in 12-bar, loose structure o City=Classic Blues 1/19 - Winona Harris- “Good Rockin’ Tonight”
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course SOCI 412 taught by Professor Amber during the Fall '11 term at UNC.

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