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Gospel Music

Transcript: Gospel Music "Were you there when the gap was bridged" Kirk Franklin is known for his style of Christian Hip Hop & Contemporary Gospel Music he is also known for his accomplishments as a choir director but not as Singer. In 1990 in Dallas Fort Worth Franklin was given the opportunity to debut his song Every Day With Jesus which is one of his most traditional gospel songs he has written. For years Franklin has been writing songs that attract young and old audiences across the world but his most significant work has been with the younger generations who have become excluded from the church due to cultural change. Kirk Franklin has opened the door for many young artists to come into the gospel/christian music industry and be successful in their own way why still fulfilling the ultimate purpose. Moses Hogan, pianist, conductor, and arranger from New Orleans, Louisiana served as a gateway to chorale gospel music. He started composing and arranging chorale music in the 1980's and his works contributed to make negro spirituals and other original compositions available for choral conductors across the world. In 1998 he established the Moses Hogan Singers also known as the Moses Hogan Chorale. Two of his most famous works are Joshua Fit The Battle and Elijah Rock. Moses Hogan Dr. Bill Gaither; songwriter and musician wrote the famous hymn He Touched Me in 1963 and it became one of the most widely known christian/gospel hymns in the world first recorded by Elvis Presley. Gaither also started his own quartet the Gaither Vocal Band(GVB) in the 1980's. Bill Gaither saw the need for those songs created by musicians like Dorsey and Cleveland to be translated and rearranged to fit the style and technique of the Caucasian christian community. Reverend Dr. James Cleveland was a singer, songwriter, musician, and pastor from Chicago, Illinois in the 1950's and 60's. His ministry reached many states during his time to name a few; Chicago, Detroit, Michigan, California, and new Jersey. His many accomplishments can be accredited to Thomas Dorsey "the father of black gospel music". The music that he created put a twist on what Dorsey had done and made the music more accessible for the coming generations. One of his most famous works peace be still. Kirk Franklin Thomas Dorsey "the father of black gospel music" Conclusion Moses Hogan William "Bill" Gaither Thomas Dorsey What is Gospel Music? Thomas Dorsey was a famous blues/jazz pianist during his time in Chicago. He crossed over in the 1970's and combined christian praise and the rhythms of jazz and blues which is why he is named "the father of gospel music". His most famous work is Precious Lord Take My Hand sung by Mahaila Jackson and a favorite of Dr. Martin Luther King jr. James Cleveland Contributors to Gospel Music The Start and Transformation... James Cleveland A kind of Christian music based on American folk music, marked by strong rhythms and elaborated refrains, and incorporating elements of spirituals, blues, and jazz. Bill Gaither Kirk Franklin

Gospel Music

Transcript: Some gospel songs are said to have originated from Africa. Thomas Dorsey was a black preacher. He was called the "Father of Modern Gospel" in the 1930's. Some slave owners allow slaves to sing quiet songs. Slaves started singing Gospal music in the 18th century When did they start to sing gospel music? What are gospel music's typical sounds? Some slave owners ban gospel music but slave still found secret places to sing the music together. Gospel Music Who was the first person to invent gospel? Gospel can have some hand clapping, foot tapping, and jubilee songs in groups of 2 or more. Gospel Music first started becoming popular around the civil war period In the late 1820's gospel was sung mainly by slaves but then as the years passed, gospel became more popular. They started to sing gospel in the 1800's Google Images Some church hymns and psalms were transormed in to a gospel style. Thomas Dorsey "We Shall Overcome" and "This Little Light Of Mine" are 2 very popular Gospal songs. Songs Wade in the Water- Hints to Undergound Railroad Be Connected- Keep faith in your dreams Go Down Moses- African Americans wanting freedom Lyrics The Jordan- Hint to the Under Ground Railroad Saved-Saved by god by slavery Interesting Facts How did Gospel Develop? Bibliography How was gospel music connected to what was happening? However, many are unrelated to the African culture.

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Gospel Music

Transcript: Southern Gospel Gospel Music Genres And as the Gospel music began to spread all over America, He became very famous. So he began his own publishing company and began to publish his songs. He published over 400 songs and composed over hundreds more and he died on January 23, 1993 May 4, 1891 - July 17, 1963 -One of the Founding fathers of Gospel -Responsible for songs in the hymn book -Influence during the Civil Rights period December 5, 1931 - February 9, 1991 Modern Gospel Music geared towards younger audiences. Contemporary Gospel derives from Traditional Black Gospel music and has a strong influence from Rhythm and Blues (R&B) and Pop Music. The song being played is 'He's the Greatest' by YoungLight. He shared the start of the Gospel music with Charles A. Tindley (July 7th 1851 - July 26, 1933), and Lucie E. Campbell (April 30, 1885 - January 3, 1963) A form of blues-based gospel music combining blues guitar and evangelistic lyrics. Blind Willie Johnson (below) was one of the original founders of gospel blues, paving the way for current artists (such as Beyonce) to continue the Gospel Blues Legacy. The song being performed is 'Swing Low, Sweet Chariot' by Beyonce Knowles. "Arizona" Juanita Dranes Thomas A. Dorsey His most famous song is "Precious Lord", he wrote it after the death of his mother Composers James Weldon Johnson Important People In Gospel Music October 26, 1911 - January 27, 1972 James Cleveland one of gospel music's all time greats music referenced to the storms of life and of the goo that is produced through overcoming adversity sang at the March on Washington for Dr. King and his funeral Edwin Hawkins Harry Thacker Burleigh Death Gospel John Prince Kee His most famous song is "Precious Lord", he wrote it after the death of his mother Mahalia Jackson Shout Band Gospel August 29, 1929 - October 8, 2010 Traditional Black Gospel V. Michael McKay Music designed to express belief regarding Christian life. Traditional Black Gospel provides an entertaining way to praise God. The trendsetter of this genre was the 'Queen of Gospel' Mahalia Jackson, who is heard here singing 'Lord Don't Move the Mountain' -Composer, Vocalist, Conductor -Tuskegee honoree -Known for African Religion Folk JaLia Randolph Dajah Thomas Alexis Madison Joel Jones Ebram Introduced in the late 19th Century, being the first religious genre brought outside the church. A subgenre is Progressive Southern Gospel which tends to be presented with a more emotional tone. Being played is 'He's Been There' by Jeff and Sheri Easter the #1 song in the Southern Gospel charts. Thomas A. Dorsey was one of the first to start Gospel music. He is a son of a very religious family. And as he was talented in music especially in piano, he began to use his talent to compose new christian songs that has the Gospel music style as he was mixing the blues and christian music. Thomas A. Dorsey William Dawson Gospel Blues one of the first professional women gospel singers accompanied Holiness music with syncopated, ragtime style nasal styled singing influenced other gospel artists -Influential musician in black music -Known for the Black National Anthem "Queen of Gospel Music" known as "The Star Maker" songs represented patience, endurance, survival, and the staying power of God influenced by Mahalia Jackson Although Thomas A. Dorsey is known for "the father of Gospel music", he can't be considered the sole founder of the Gospel music Albertina Walker widely known for successful arrangement of "Oh Happy Day" originator of urban contemporary gospel leader of The Edwin Hawkins Singers Gosepl Music Motivational Christian music styled in the feel of Country and Nigerian high life. The most notable artist is Ebeneezer Obey, who is heard singing 'Adekunle'. Charles Tindley When Introduced in the early 1920's, Shout Band Gospel music has a very fast, upbeat tempo. Artists usually break into Shout music towards the end of the song to produce an emphatic finale. The trombone is the lead instrument, as it allows for a wide range of emotive expression. "King of Gospel Music" one of the creators of modern gospel on and off member of The Caravans songwriter, clinician, speaker, conductor, and author one of the most influential songwriters success in "Hymns for Him" Thomas A. Dorsey "Prince of Gospel Music" known for having a husky, soulful voice mixed modern contemporary gospel with traditional Thomas A. Dorsey was one of the first to start Gospel music. He is a son of a very religious family. And as he was talented in music especially in piano, he began to use his talent to compose new christian songs that has the Gospel music style as he was mixing the blues and christian music. -Major composer of gospel music -He learned his knowledge from his grandfather -Mainly known for negro spirituals -Father of Gospel Music -Composed many Hymns -Funded the first music store to sell books of black composers music And as the Gospel music began to spread all over America, He

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