Chapter 5 Study Guide
1. In Paris during the 1840s, Adolphe Sax invented what instrument? Saxhorn
2. How much money was mezzo-soprano Maria Garcia earning per night by the time she
left for Europe in 1827? $500 per night!
3. Who was Americas first signifi
Chapter 4 Study Guide
What is Heterophony?
In which colonial region did blacks heavily outnumber whites?_ South Carolina
Modeling it after the Bay Psalm Book format, Reverend Richard Allen published the first
hymnal assembled by a black author for
MHL155 Online Class
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Chapter 1 Study Guide
William Billings New-England Psalm-Singer, or American Chorister was significant in that
it: produced a tune book reflecting the vitality that had begun to flow into New E
SOAM 2nd edt., Study Guide Chapter 7
1. Ivess myriad musical contributions included what?
2. George Chadwick founded and directed the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. T/F FALSE
3. Edward MacDowells music was identified with the New German School of Franz L
CHAPTER 6 Study Guide
1. The Hutchinson family songs/song material is not as popular today as it was back in the 19 th
century when it was written. T/F FALSE
2. In the nineteenth century, one favorite song genre in the home circle was centered on a mythic
Chapter 3 Study Guide
Masons early career had been in the field of_.
WHO called for the regulation and desecularization of singing in worship services?
Nathaniel D. Gould
Shape notes originated in The Northeast
SOAM , 2nd edt., Chapter 7 Study Guide
1. John Philip Sousa rose to prominence in what year? 1892
2. Between the Civil War and what other war did the wind band flourished? WW1
3. Sousa held significant reservations about recording. T/F TRUE
4. Americas mu
Chapter 2 Study Guide
What are the Various types of Early American concert music?
a. Benefit Concerts
b. Subscription Concerts
c. Musical society concerts
The profit motive has been a vital source of creative music energy throughout much
The American Civil War accomplished a lot in our history. It would change our ways of living
and open new doors that had previously been shut. It gave new opportunities and would also change the
ways we went about our e
Jazz Journal 2
This week we focused partly on Louis Armstrong. And during my quiz I was introduced to the
Muppets. I had never seen the Muppets before, and of course as I put it on my daughter flocked to the
computer as if it was spitting ou
Chapter 5- New York and Kansas City
1. In what ways were the gangsters controlled Harlem nightclubs different than the Harlem dance
2. Why and in what ways was the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra so important to the development
of the jazz big band?
Chapter 3 and 4 Questions
Chapter 3- Jazz Takes Root
1. Why did New Orleans play an important role in the birth of jazz?
a. New Orleans played a huge role in the birth of Jazz. It started with the acceptance of
celebration in the black commu
Listening Quiz 2!
1. Why was Louis Armstrong considered one of the worlds greatest jazz musicians? Find your
favorite link to his music online and paste it here with your answer.
a. Louis Armstrong is considered one of the greatest jazz musi
Chapter 3 and 4 questions
Chapter 3 Questions:
1. A variety of factors were coming together in New Orleans that made jazz music possible.
From the tolerant atmosphere, the variety of cultures and people, the diverse musical styles
Rock & Music Culture
Gig Critique #2
Chandler Rock the Block Music
Looking for gigs or in general just bands that played some rock
was kinda difficult. A bunch of the bands were either in bars, or they
were in hotels and even the ones
Ch.2 Roots of Rocknroll
I Went Down the Crossroads
1. Why does Friedlander subtitle the chapter I Went Down to the Crossroads?
Why did he choose this phrase? What does he mean by this phrase? What
does this phrase mean to you?
Answer: The phrase seems app
Rock & Music Culture
Gig Critique #1
In Sickness and In Unhealth
To begin with, I was sick on this day so when I went to the
concert I was in a miserable state. The only reason I went was
because I had already committed myself to going along wi
1. December 11, 1961
2. Miles Davis, john Coltrane, hank Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Paul chambers, Jimmy
3. Trumpet, tenor sax, bass, drums, piano.
4. Five things about miles Davis:
a. He attended the Julliard School
Chapter two questions:
1) African music had a heavy emphasis on rhythm, improvisation, and call and
response that is all different than European music that is something that is
already written down and planned out.
2) After the slaves came to America, the
Chapter 1 questions:
1) Jazz is hard to define because it is performed in so many styles and its
influence can be heard in so many types of music. The best way to define jazz
is through a loose set of guidelines that go as followed: improvisation,
Read the Listening Guide on pages 407 and 413 of your textbook. You will be asked to
compare Red Emma to Miami. Listen to the related examples on MyMusicLab, while
following the listening guides.
Title: Red Emma
Artist: Tiny Bell Trio
Year Recorded: 1993
1 October 2016
Jazz Artist Listening Log
Title: It don't mean a thing
Album: Hot Summer Dance
Artist: Duke Ellington
Year of Release: 1943
Jazz Style: Swing
1. In 1920 the recording changed from the acoustic recording to the electrical process. The
newer process made music sounds a lot more clearer and have better quality.
2. Hot Five and Hot Seven by Louis Armstrong recordings had an impact on the evolution
Wayne Kocher MHL 145 Durant 10-20-10 MHL 145 Midterm Jazz, like most forms of music, has a unique and interesting history. In some ways, the evolution of jazz was almost inevitable due to the mindset and laws of the 19th and early 20th century America. Fr
Wayne Kocher MHL 145 Durant 8-29-10 First Assignment A. Hello, my name is Wayne Kocher. I am taking this particular distance learning class because I needed to pass one more humanities course in order to receive my Associates Degree in General Business. M
Wayne Kocher MHL 145 Durant 11-8-10 Chapter 7 Assignment A. Study Questions 1. The recording ban impacted bebop by masking its inception to the general
public; since bebop originated in Harlem, chances are if you did not visit Harlem during the ban, you d
Wayne Kocher MHL 145 Durant 10-29-10 Chapter 6 Assignment A. Study Questions 1. Swing music and popular culture were interrelated during the time known as the
swing era in a few different ways. One way was that swing fans starting wearing different clothe
Wayne Kocher MHL 145 Durant 10-12-10 Chapter 5 Assignment A. Study Questions 2. The Fletcher Henderson Orchestra was important to the development of the jazz
big band because it was one of the first swing bands, shaping the way for future swing big bands.
Wayne Kocher MHL 145 Durant 10-3-10 Chapter 4 Assignment A. Study Questions 1. Recording technology in the early 1920s consisted of an acoustical horn that
would capture the sound musicians made in front of it and then transfer the vibrations onto a cutti
Wayne Kocher MHL 145 Durant 9-24-10 Chapter 3 Assignment A. Study Questions 1. New Orleans played an important role in the birth of jazz because of the cultural
diversity of its earliest settlers. All of the immigrants who settled in New Orleans brought t