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The Development of Pop Music from the 1950s to the 1990s

For btec music
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Alfie Wright

on 14 April 2013

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Transcript of The Development of Pop Music from the 1950s to the 1990s

BTEC3 Music - Unit 30
Alfie Wright The Development of Pop The 1950s The 1960s The 1980s The 1970s Rise of Disco! The 1990s Computer Technology Explodes in Growth Artists Frank Sinatra
Bill Haley
Elvis Presley
Chuck Berry
Jim Reeves Genres Rock 'n' Roll
Swing
RnB
Country
Rockabilly The Electric Guitar! Communist vs Capitalist (US) Genres Rock
Pop-rock
Prog Rock
Garage
Blues Artists The Beatles - British Invasion
The Rolling Stones
Jimi Hendrix The "British Invasion" Spinning Reverb - Fender Hippie Culture! A younger audience Psychedelic Saturday Night Fever Artists Bee Gees
Alice Cooper
Led Zep
Deep Purple
Boston Queen
Slade
ABBA Genres Funk
Disco
Jazz Fusion
Hard Rock
Glam Rock MIDI - 1984 Street Culture - Graffiti Artists Madonna
Michael Jackson
Prince
Queen
Aerosmith
Simple Minds Genres Synth Pop
Dance
Heavy Metal
Electronic Music
Rock
Hip Hop Brit-Pop Genres Grunge
Britpop
Ska
Alt. Metal
Nu Metal
Alternative Rock
Traditional Pop Artists Nirvana
RHCP
Rage Against The Machine
Greenday
Blink 182
Guns 'n' Roses Woody Guthrie - This Land is Your Land. A fine example of how the communism / capitalism battle influenced lyricism. N.B - Led Zeppelin are, of course, British An example of early use of midi - The Orb This presentation uses Video files as a means to narrate. This is because this presentation was created before Prezi's audio narration feature.
Please PRESS PLAY on the video file
to start narration, do not click on the
center of the video. click here! Pop artists
Sharing with friends
Talking about music Studying music
Performance
Interpretation ...music class... Cover work
Writing to pre-conformed genres
Basing covers on similar genres ...In a band... My Experiences in the World of Pop Music ... listening to music... My band! Events like the Y factor promote local musical talent
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