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Time Line

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Evean Sanchez

on 15 January 2014

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Transcript of Time Line

Evolution of American Music
Slave Trade
Storyville, New Orleans
Jazz Age
The 20s and 30s
The Beginning
Ring Shout
Buck and wing, Jig, Pigeon wing, Cakewalk, Buzzard lope, Turkey trot, est...
People that are a mix of French (or spanish) and African
access to education, even musical education
Jim Crow Laws
A practice or policy of segregation that stopped blacks from being equal to whites.
This violated the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendment
Work Songs
The slaves were aloud to sing songs while they work
They simulated a rhyme that kept them working
Rural Blues
A rich mix of African American spirituals, traditional songs, European hymns, folk ballads, work songs and hollers, contemporary dance music
Ragtime 1920s and 1930s
Mostly piano music
Rare rhythmically complex
Left handed is only supportive-never syncopated
Bright, cheerful, jagged

Jazz Player in New Orleans
Sidney Bechet (Clarinet)
Freddy Keppard (Trumpet)
Bix Beiderbecke (Cornet)
Kid Ory (Trombone)
Jelly Roll Morton (pianist)
Louis Armstrong (Trumpet)
Original Dixieland Jazz Band
All white band playing jazz music
Nick LaRocca(Cornet), Larry Shields(Clarinet), Tony Sbarbaro(Drums), Henry Ragas(Piano), Alcide Numez(Clarinet)
Swing Period
Swing Players
Cab Calloway
"scat" style
Jelly Roll Morton
first man to write jazz music down
Paul Whiteman
Benny Goodman
Swing Feel
The Great Depression
End of Swing/Be Bop/Boogie Woogie
Stride Piano
Boogie Woogie
Rhythm & Blues
White pop music, the dramatic emphasis of gospel singers, the heavy rhythm of jump blues, the tight brassy riffs of swing orchestras, the witty attitude minstrel shows, all had a role in making blues music more malleable and entertaining.
Rock N Roll
Rock N Roll Stars
Berry Gordy Jr.
The Orioles
One of the founding fathers of Rhythm & Blues
been called "the first R&B vocal group"
Elvis "The King" Presley
Ray Charles
The End.....
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