First person pain non linear stanzas aab lyrics blues

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first person pain non-linear stanzas aab lyricsblues notes accompaniment hard to count beats Classic Blues: Traits and comparison with country blues a)Keyboard/jazz band (more formal/professional) b)Woman vocalist c)Aab lyricsd)Chord progression e)12 measuresf)blues notes
g)sad content Big Band/Swing -Variety of brass instruments-As more people came to shows the bigger the badn could be -Complex structure w/ improvisation Key Parts -More complicated lengths of sections (longer, unusual length 10 measures, 22 measures) -Mostly written but some improvisation -Hybrid of white and black traditions Demise of Big Band -People moved out of cities @ end of WW2 back home, fewer audience members-Women moved back into home roles w/ nuclear families (social pressure, beginning of baby boob) -Ballrooms disappeared (closed down due to lack of revenue) -Singer becomes a celebrity, singers that began fronting the big bands became solo leaving the band behind. They were allowed to record Jump Band: smaller version of swing bands, usually 1 person on each part (22 people down to 8) -Played R&B -Until 1948, billboard called black music “race music”, but because of R&B, & its popularity they started breaking up race music into individual genres -Prior to 1948 radio was run by broadcasters (NBC, ABC, CBS) -Broadcast means looking for broad appeal broad ranging -By late 40s & early 50s, many predicted that TV would overtake radio. Broadcasters were putting money into TV -This opened up opportunities for smaller radio stations to gain a following & play a wider range of music DJ Alan Freed Cleveland: one of the first DJs to play black music-Refuses racial discrimination and plays all popular music R&B: style b/w 1945-1960 (era called glory days of R&B)-End of WW2 and pre Beatles-More positive-Based in blues but up-tempo and made for dancing & celebration Louis Jordan: the father of R&B CHOO CHOO CH’BOOGIE Contains a Riff (2 measures) +4+
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + riff on 3 and 4 Intro: 12 4 n 4 n 4 train sounds (shuffle) Verse: 12, muted trumpets on riff +4+ Chorus: 8 Piano solo: 12, boogie woogie piano (improvised) Verse: 12, riff +4+ Chorus: 8 Alto Sax: 20 measures 12 (C&R) and 8 improvised Verse: 12 +4+ Chorus: 8 6 2 stop time (take me right back to the track jack) Sakis: T-18/4T: 18/4Euro American traits: clearly spoken, written solo, enunciationAfrican American traits: improvised solo, stop time stop time: (in jazz) a rhythmic device whereby a chord or accent is played only on the first beat of every bar or every other bar, typically accompanying a solo.11/10/16 Early Rock & Roll -Mix of R&B, country boogie woogie piano stop time 12 meter sections excluded women -Women were selling to a lot of white audiences? E.g. Patti Page (proper, repressed) up until Rock & Roll… then they started declining on the charts -Women are infantalized (talked about) as babies, or talked about as dangerous in R&R How did rock & roll begin?

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