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Musical Timeline by : Carrington Young and Dasia Mckoy

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Transcript of Musical Timeline by : Carrington Young and Dasia Mckoy

17th Century Fact 2: Claudio Monteverdi, a famous Italian composer was a child at this time. Styles of dance: "Courante"- a popular dance performed by couples and was perferred King Louis XIV. 1690-1699 Fact 1:The clarinet was invented in 1690. 1750-1759 1760-1769 Fact 1: "Three Blind Mice," published in London in Oct. 1609.
Fact 2: Henry Hudson discovered and explored Delaware bay in 1609. 1600-1609 1610-1619 Fact 1: In 1611, Thomas Dale starts building Henricus a settlement in Virginia that is now a historical park. 1620-1629 Fact 1: The Mayflower lands at Plymoth Rock in 1620. Fact 2: A collection of songs with alfabeto notation (a guitar playing style) for the guitar, published in Venice. It was a very popular songbook. 1630-1639 Fact 1: The first comic opera Chi Soffre Speri by Virgilio Mazzocchi and Marco Marazolli in 1639 Fact2 : professional female singers appear for the first time on the English stage in the production of Chloridia in 1631 1640-1649 Fact 1: Portugal regains its independence after 60 years of Spanish rule.
Fact 2:John Adson, musical composer died June 29, 1640 1650-1659 Fact 1: 1656 Henry Lawes and Matthew Locke add music to William Davenant's libretto The Siege of Rhodes that is performed at the Rutland home in London. Fact 2: French traders Medard Chouart and Pierre Esprit Radisson become the first Europeans to make contact with the tribes of the Northern Plains when they travel west and south of Lake Superior in search of furs. 1660-1669 Fact 1: Stradivarius violins emerge from Atonio Stradavari's workshop in Cremona, Italy Fact 2: The Great Plague hit England in 1665 1670-1679 The Baroque period began in 1600. Fact 1: Matthew Locke composes "Pysche" the first surviving English opera. Fact 2: Jews are expelled from Vienna Austria on July 25th in 1670. 1680-1689 Fact 1:Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frederick Handel are born in 1685. Fact 2:Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas opens in London. Fact 2:The battle of Beachy Head started in 1690. 1700-1709 Fact 1: Vivaldi becomes violin master at Venice's La Pieta orphanage in 1703.
Fact 2: One of the largest earthquakes known ruptures the Cascadia subduction zone offshore from Vancouver Island. Its magnitude was estimated between 8.7 and 9.2 in 1700. 1710-1719 Fact 1: John Christopher Smith, an English composer, was born in 1712. He later became George Frideric Handel's secretary .
Fact 2: Earl van Godolphin resigns as English minister of Finance on August 7, 1710. 1720-1729 Fact 1: Vivaldi writes "The Four Seasons" in 1725.
Fact 2: Blood pressure can be measured (1726) 1730-1739 Fact 1: Handel produces "Alcina" which was his last great operatic success in 1735.
Fact 2: King George III is born in 1738. 1740-1749 Fact 1: Handel's "Messiah" premieres in Dublin in 1742.
Fact 2: Thomas Jefferson is born in 1743. Fact 1: The baroque period ends! Fact 2: Johann Sebastian Bach dies in 1750. Fact 1:England passes Stamp Act in 1765. Fact 2: Christoph Willibald von Gluck reforms opera with his "Orfeo ed Euridice" He hoped to reform opera to what original composers intended it to be in 1762. 1770-1779 Fact 1:The Boston Massacre occured in 1770.
Fact 2:The "Concert de Amateurs" was founded by François-Joseph Gossec in 1770. 1940-1949 1780-1789 Fact 1:Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro premieres in Vienna in 1786.
Fact 2:Mozart's Don Giovanni debuts in Prague in 1787. 1790-1799 Fact 1:Franz Peter Schubert is born in Vienna in 1797
Fact 2:France declares war against Austria in 1792. 1800-1809 Fact 1:Beethoven produces his third symphony, Eröica in 1803.
Fact 2:King George III survives a 2nd assassination attempt. 1810-1819 Fact 1:Robert Schumann is born in Germany in 1810.
Fact 2:Schubert writes “Der Erlkönig." 1820-1829 Fact 1:Mendelssohn writes the overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream, which debuts in Stettin in 1827. Fact 2: The Romantic era begins/ classical era ends. 1830-1839 Fact 1 : President Martin Van Buren is inaugurated into office on March 4, 1837.
Fact 2: Felix Mendelssohn produces String Quartet #4 in E minor in 1837. 1840-1849 Fact 1: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, a Russian composer is born in 1840.
Fact 2: Gold was discovered in California by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mill in 1848. 1850-1859 Fact 1: German composer Richard Wagner, concludes Das Rheingold one of four of his operas of Der Ring des Nibelungen ('The Ring of the Nibelung').
Fact 2: The compromise of 1850 is proposed by Senator Henry Clay. 1860-1869 Fact 1: Gustav Mahler, an Austrian composer/conductor is born June 7, 1860.
Fact 2: South Carolina is the first state to secede from the union in 1860, December 20. 1870-1879 Fact 1: The first United States zoo opens in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.
Fact 2: Tchaikovsky composes "Eugene Onegin" in 1879. 1880-1889 Fact 1: Richard Wagner dies in 1883
Fact 2 T:he Statue of Liberty arrived for the first time in New York harbor in 1885, June 17th. 1890-1899 Fact 1: In 1893 Russian comoser Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikowsky dies.
Fact 2:Rock Creek Park in Washington, D.C. is created in 1890. 1900-1909 Fact 1: The Teddy Bear is introduced in 1902.
Fact 2: Singer Louis Armstrong is born in 1901. 1910-1919 Fact 1: Boy Scouts is established in the U.S. in 1910.
Fact 2: Billie Holiday an American jazz singer and songwriter is born in 1915. 1920-1929 Fact 1: American blues musician, singer, songwriter, and guitarist B.B King is born in 1926.
Fact 2: First Olympic Winter Games in 1924 1930-1939 Fact 1: Booker T Washington or "Bukka White" makes his first recording in 1930
Fact 2: Mery Bethune founds the National Council of Negro Women in 1935. Fact 1: In 1942 Anne Frank and her family went into hiding.
Fact 2: In 1940, Billboard magazine publishes its first "Music Popularity Chart". 1950-1959 Fact 1: Elvis Presley had his 1st commercial recording session at Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee in 1954.
Fact 2: Disney Land opens in 1955 Styles of dress : Skirts were knee length but the mini skirt was introduced in 1965. 1960-1969 Fact 1: The first super bowl occurs in 1967.
Fact 2: "Come See About Me" a single by The Supremes is released in 1964 1970-1979 Fact 1: The famous group "The Beatles" splits apart in 1970.
Fact 2: Elvis Presley is found dead after suffering from a heart attack in his home in 1977 1980-1989 Fact 1: In 1981 the first woman was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court (Sandra Day O'Connor)
Fact 2: Lady Gaga is born March 28, 1986 1990-1999 Fact 1: Aaliyah released her album "One in a Million" in 1996.
Fact 2: The Hubble Telescope is launched into space in 1990. 2000-2009 Fact 1: R&B singer Aaliyah dies in a fatal plane crash along with 8 others on board while leaving the Bahamas.
Fact 2: Barack Obama is sworn in as 44th president of the United States in 2009. 2010-2013 Fact 1:Beyonce performs at the 2013 superbowl halftime show.
Fact 2:Hurricane Sandy kills 285 in October 2012. In 2009 the "jerk" was a popular dance. 19th Century 18th century 20th century 21st Century Styles of dress: Corsets, bonnets, top hats, bustles and petticoats were all popular during this century Feathers and long sleeves were popular Fashion: Genres of Music: Fashion: Name brands became important among young people and many celebrities launched their own clothing lines. Tighter fit clothing and longer hair became ideal for many men and women Fashion: Name brands became important among young people and many celebrities launched their own clothing lines. Tighter fit clothing and longer hair became ideal for many men and women. Fashion: Waistcoats, long skirts and panniers ( held skirts out at the side) were in. Impressionist Period Begins Composers Mentioned in Timeline: Musical Artists Mentioned in Timeline: <------Drag backwards for the rest of the 1800s...technical mishap. Drag forward to see the rest of the 18th century... don't click the box on the side, it will skip over the box! Elvis Presley
Lady Gaga
The Beatles
The Supremes\
B.B King
Louis Armstrong
Billie Holiday Other: Whitney Houston- Died February 11,2012 Johann Sebastian Bach
George Frideric Handel
Antonio Vivaldi
Claudio Monteverdi
John Adson
Pyotr IIyich Tchaikovsky
Richard Wagner
Gustav Mahler
Felix Mendelssohn
John Christopher Smith World Changing Events Mentioned in Time Line:
Barack Obama's Inauguration
Launch of Hubble Telescope First Olympic Winter Games in 1924. ◾Punk- developed between 1974 and 1976 in the U.S, United Kingdom and Australia.
Country Gospel- Originated as a blend of early mountain music, cowboy music and the music from the plantations of the south.
Rock & Roll- evolved in the United States during the the late 1940's and 1950's
Contemporary R&B-combines elements of rhythm and blues, pop, soul, funk, and hip hop.
Pop/Rock-mixes a pop style with the base from a rock song.
Smooth Jazz-it is influenced by RandB,funk,rock,and pop.
Rap-it is associated with hip hop.
Lullabies-these are usually sung to children to help them get to sleep faster.
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