Music 2

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Music 2
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  1. Maple Leaf Rag
    • By Scott Joplin
    • Ragtime Piano
  2. Hellhound on my trail
    • By Robert Johnson
    • Country Blues
  3. St. Louis Blues
    • By Bessie Smith
    • Classic Blues
  4. Jumpin' at the Woodside
    • Count Basie and his orchestra
    • Swing Jazz
  5. Waiting on a Train
    • By Jimmie Rogers
    • Updated Country
  6. Your Cheatin' Heart
    • By Hank Williams Sr.
    • Country/Honky Tonk
  7. Ragtime
    • A style of piano playing that caught on around 1900 
    • Was popularized by Scott Joplin
    • Called “rag time” because it was marked by a “ragged” or syncopated sound
    • Mixes European harmony, form, and texture with African–inspired syncopation
    • Began as piano music and quickly got picked up by dance bands◦ “The Maple Leaf Rag” is probably the most famous rag
    • Ragtime’s importance to rock manifests in its introduction of African–American rhythm to American popular music
    • This rhythm would eventually evolve into rock
  8. Scott Joplin
    • Popularized Ragtime
    • Sings "Maple Leaf Rag"
  9. Synchopation
    • Purposely accenting normally un-accented notes
    • Western - beats 1 & 3
    • Rock - beats 2 & 4
  10. Rural Blues
    • Blues started as rural
    • Orally transmitted
    • Characterized by call and response between singer and guitar
    • Use of raw emotional singing style
    • Use as vernacular language
    • Use of the 12 bar blues chord pattern
    • Frequent alteration from singing to talking
  11. City/Urban Blues
    • Rural Bluesman moved to cities or urban areas and began playing in bars/clubs
    • Added a rhythm section to boost volume
    • Singular bluesman added bass and drum
    • Blues took on the use of syncopation and a rapid backbeat and called it "hot blues"
  12. Classic Blues
    • Often sang by women (Bessie Smith - Empress of Blues)
    • Used 12 bar blues form and began being recorded in 1920's
    • Race Records - recordings of black musicians for blacks
    • Robert Johnson
  13. Aint That a Shame
    • Fats Domino
    • New Orleans Rhythm and Blues
  14. All I have to do is Dream
    • Everly Brothers 
    • Slow Rock and Roll
  15. Boogie Chillin
    • Johnny Lee Hooker
    • Electric Blues
  16. Choo-Choo-Ch-Boogie
    • Louis Jordan 
    • Jump Band/Slow Boogie Woogie
  17. Great Balls of Fire
    • Jerry Lee Lewis
    • Rock and Roll
  18. Have Mercy Baby
    • Dominoes
    • Fast Doo Wop and R&B
  19. Hoochie Coochie Man
    • Muddy Waters
    • Electric Blues
  20. I Got a Woman
    • Ray Charles
    • Gospel and R&B
  21. Jesus Ill Never Forget
    • Sam Cooke and the Soul Stirrers
    • Gospel Male Quaret
  22. Maybelline
    • Chuck Berry
    • Early Rock and Roll
  23. Move on up a little Higher
    • Mahalia Jackson
    • Gospel Solo Female
  24. Mystery Train
    • Elvis Presley 
    • Rockabilly
  25. Not Fade Away
    • Buddy Holly
    • Rock and Roll
  26. Sh-boom
    • The Chords
    • Slow Doo Wop and R&B
  27. Shake, Rattle and Roll
    • Joe Turner 
    • Fast Boogie Woogie
  28. This Land is Your Land
    • Woody Guthrie
    • 20th Century Folk
  29. Tutti Frutti
    • Little Richard
    • Gospel/Rock

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