1. What was The Society for Jewish Folk Music? When and where was it founded? What were its goals? What did it accomplish? Why was it disbanded?
The Society for Jewish Folk Music was a chartered organization whose goal was to cooperate in the learnin
Who composed "Schir Zion"? Solomon Sulzer Who was the famous chief cantor of Paris in the 19th century? Samuel Naumbourg Who was the first choirmaster in the history of the European synagogue (who was not primarily a hazzan)? Where did he work? Louis
Who composed "White Christmas" and "Easter Parade"? Irving Berlin Who published this quote in his newspaper, The Dearborn Independent? Popular music is a Jewish monopoly. Jazz is a Jewish creation. The mush, the slush, the sly suggestion, the abandon
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Who was known as the "father of Yiddish theater"? Avrohom Goldfaden What are the characteristics of a folk song?
Folk songs are characterized by their direct association with the activities of daily life, be they work, play, ceremony or ent
"Jdischer Todessang" who composed it, where, when, why, what folksong was it based on? How did the song survive? It was composed by Martin Rosenberg at the Sachsenhausen Concentration camp in 1942. Expecting imminent death, Rosenberg was inspired to
Christopher Lalos Rock Music History Final Review April 18, 2008 Styles 1.
Tin Pan Alley a. Love songs with 40 to 50 words Unrequited love with sardonic overtones, clever wordplay, title of the song used as much as possi
Lyrics to Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin Intro Ah, ah, Verse1: We come from the land of the ice and snow, from the midnight sun where the hot springs blow. The hammer of the gods will drive our ships to new lands, to fight the horde, singing and cryi
Rock Music History Lecture 27 Heavy Metal Style/Origins
Heavy Metal Music Style
More aggressive, powerful, & louder than other rock styles of the 70's Defining sound: Bass riffs performed with extreme distortion
Lower register riff Riffs ge
Rock Music History Lecture 26 Jimi Hendrix Music Mondays!
Psychedelic Rock Artists
Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970)
Early professional years 1964-1966
R&B guitarist Perfo rmed with BB King, Little Richard, Ike & Tina Turner, Wilson Pi
Rock Music History - MUS U111 Prof. Landgrebe Week 2 Study Guide
Terms: riff, hook, melody, harmony, chords, texture, dynamics, inflection, melisma, pentatonic scale vs. major scale, strophic, ballad, jig, parlor song, minstrel show, black minstrels
Lecture 20 Bob Dylan Goes Electric o 1965- released Highway 61 Revisited One of most influential and original albums in history Present an anything goes attitude Lengths range from 3-11 mins Most around 5 mins Unconventional titlesTombstone Blues
Psychedelic Rock Artists o The Grateful Dead Formed in 1965 as "The Warlocks"; a bluegrass group First used of amplified instruments Members Guitarist Jerry Garcia (1942- 1995) guitarist Bob Weir (b. 1947) singer/keyboardist/harmonica Ron "pigpen"
60's Counterculture College-age youth generation o Different perspective than their parents No hardship of depression No trauma of WWII and Korean War No threat of communism o Many from middle class homes Financially comfortable as teens o Many r
Lecture 21 The Beatles o Rock's all time classic act o Music speaks to it's own time as well as ours o Songs still popular o Defines transformations of 60's rock era o Most popular rock band of all time o Origins & British Invasion 1957 John Lennon
Lecture 19 Urban Folk Revival o Late 50's mid 60's o Initiated with Kingston Trio's recording of Tom Dooley o Ended in '65 at Newport Folk Festival when Bob Dylan used amplified instruments o Was a revival of folk music of 40's & 50's o Sparked by: