W14 Music 160 Week 3 Lesson 3

W14 Music 160 Week 3 Lesson 3 - Con$ boundariessepara$ng...

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Con$nuing to complicate cultural boundaries separa$ng “black” and “white” musics January 23, 2014
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For today… Con$nue listening to “Blue Yodel No. 1 (T for Texas)” by Jimmie Rodgers Review some of the themes and ar$sts covered so far by watching part of a documentary Ballads sung by African American musicians
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Jimmie Rodgers (1897‐1933) Image contrasts with that of the Carter Family Image is more of a footloose wanderer Can hear the influence of white and black musics
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“Blue Yodel No. 1 (T for Texas)” (E‐reserves Unit 7) WriXen and performed by Jimmie Rodgers Recorded in 1927; released in 1928
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Similari$es to country blues & other forms of African American music AAB structure of the text of the verses Heterogeneous sound ideal? Plays with $mbre (note underlined text on the following slides) Uses falseXo on some words and when he yodels (marked with boldface type) Interjec$ons such as “Lord, Lord” (underlined & in italics on next slides)
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