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Katherine Reiss and Christina Gehnrich M6

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Debra Goldstein

on 28 February 2014

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Transcript of Katherine Reiss and Christina Gehnrich M6

Katherine Reiss and Christina Gehnrich M6
20th century- 1900s-1930s
Fun facts about the 1900s-1930s:
-The teddy bear was first introduced in 1902
-The first world series took place in 1903
-The first olympic winter games were in 1924
Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin
-Born April 16, 1889 in London, England
-Died Christmas, 1977 in Vevey, Switzerland
Instruments:
-Vocals
-Violin
-Guitar
-Trumpet
-Banjo
-Piano
-Trumpet
-Flute
Clarinet
Saxophone
Smile
by, Charlie Chaplin
Robert Russell Bennett
Born June 15, 1894 in Kansas City
Died August 18, 1981 in NYC
Instruments Played:
-Trumpet
-Vocals
-Piano
-Violin
pitch
tempo
dynamics
timbre



low
grave
piano
bubbly, musical,cheerful
Suite of Old American Dance
High
Andante
Mezzo
Cheerful, rushed, happy
Pitch
Tempo
Dynamics
Timbre
Richard Rodgers
Born- June 28,1902, New York City, New York
Died- December 30, 1979, New York City, New York
Instruments played:
Piano
Vocals
Violin


The Sound Of Music
Low
Largo
Mezzo
Relaxing, Calming,
Slow
Pitch
Tempo
Dynamics
Timbre
Let Her go
By:Passengers
Low
Alegro
Piano
Soft, Calming, Catchy
Pitch
Tempo
Dynamics
Timbre
Uses some of the same instruments that are used in the other songs, like violin, vocals and piano
Conclusion

The first three artists were from the 20th century. They were some of the most popular musicians from that time. They made songs that demonstrated the era.
This information is from:
1)history1900s.about.com
2)Wikipedia
3)www.charliechaplin.com
4)Google
5)Youtube
Say Something
Alex and Sierra
X-Factor Cover
Pitch
Tempo
Dynamics
Timbre
Low & high
Largo
Piano
Soft,Cuddly, Calm
This is like the 20th century because this song is very soft and the vocals are powerful like the 20th century. And they use some of the same instruments.
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