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Jake and Mac T-6 20th C.

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Debra Goldstein

on 11 February 2014

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Transcript of Jake and Mac T-6 20th C.

Jake and Mac T-6 Music History Prezi
Early 20th Century
1900's-1930's
1904- NYC Subways are opened
1907-First electric washing machine
1920- First commercial radio broadcast aired
Composers
Charles Ives- played the piano the organ and was a composer. He was born October 20,1884 and died May, 19,1954.
Franz Shrecker- played piano and was a composer. He was born March 23,1878 in Austria and died March 21,1934.
Clara Edwards- played the piano had a great voice and was a composer. He was born Janaury 17,1974 in Minnesota.


Music Umbrella
Charels Ives
Central Park in the Dark
Clara Edwards Music Umbrella 2
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Tempo
Dynamics
Timbre
Pitch
Presto
Forte
Slow Drary Sad
Low
Tempo
Dynamics
Timbre
Pitch
Largo
Forte

Slow Dull Moody
Low
SPELL CHECK THIS FRAME!!!!!!
Move the music umbrella so that it is in the frame
Music Umbrella
Tempo
Dynamics
Pitch
Timbre
Slow, calm, quiet
slow
forte
high
Conclusion
-although these composers were not very famous while they were alive, they became famous after they died.
-these composers started with only a dream, but they really lived their dream by making great music.
Franz Shrecker
Clara Edwards
Der Ferne Klang
Modern Day
This Music is very similar because it has similar pitch timbre
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