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The evolution of music

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The evolution of music
16th century...
John Amner
Daniel Bacheler
George Barcroft
John Blanke
John Blitheman
John Bull (composer)
William Byrd
Sethus Calvisius
Thomas Campion
Robert Carver (composer)
John Cooper (composer)

16th Century to Today
17th century...Artists

John Adson
John Amner
Daniel Bacheler
John Banister (composer)
George Barcroft
Adrian Batten
Bologna School of music
John Bull (composer)
Ludwig Busbetzky
William Byrd
Sethus Calvisius
Thomas Campion
James Clifford (musician)
Anton Colander
John Cooper (composer)
Michael East (composer)

Cailín Óg a Stór
The Carman's Whistle
El vito
Es ist ein Ros entsprungen
King John and the Bishop
La Mantovana
Mary Hamilton
My Robin is to the Greenwood Gone
Narayana Ninna Namada
Now Is the Month of Maying

William Cornysh
John Farmer (composer)
Richard Farrant
Thomas Hudson (poet)
John Merbecke
Thomas Palfreyman
David Peebles
Martin Peerson
John Redford
Francisco de Salinas
Richard Sampson

Thomas Tallis
John Taverner
William Tisdale
Sebastian Westcott
Robert Wydow
The Archlute
A lute with two pegboxes.
( a structure at the head of a stringed instrument where the strings are attached to the tuning pegs.)
Invented by Alessandro Peccinini and was used between 1595-1730
The Bagpipe
This is a wind instrument. The one or multiple reeds are attached to a wind bag (made of animal skins)
The first bagpipes are believed to have been 1000 years BC.
The Bandora
A bass instrument.
Thought to have been invented by John Rose in England in 1560.

The Chamber Organ
A moderate sized organ with one keyboard no pedals. It was intended to be used at home. Invented by Ketsios (believed)
woodwind instrument.
first used in 1489
The Fiddle
First in the 11th century. It is a violin. The difference is the manner in which the instrument is played.
The Harp
Plucked instrument.

2500 BC
8th - 10th century
The Hurdy-Gurdy
String instrument with a wooden wheel and keyboard.
The Kithara
Plucked instrument. Similar to a harp. invented in acient greece.
The Oboe
Woodwind instrument.
Invented by Jean Hotteterre and Michel Danican Philidorin.
The Psaltry
Made in different shapes. Popular since the 12th century.
The Whistle
made of wood, cane, metal, or plastic.
Now o now I needs must part
Personent hodie
Piae Cantiones
Unto Us is Born a Son
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Sampson Estwick
John Farmer (composer)
Thomas Farmer (composer)
Thomas Ford (composer)
Thomas Greeting
William Hine
Robert Johnson (English composer)
Johannes Khuen
Roger North (biographer)
Martin Peerson
Thomas Ravenscroft
The instruments
Most of the popular instruments stayed the same from the 16th century into the 17th, 18th and early 19th even.

Auprès de ma blonde
The British Grenadiers
Britons, Strike Home!
The Butcher and the Tailor's Wife
The Collier’s Rant
Den blomstertid nu kommer
English Rebel Songs 1381–1984
The Girl I Left Behind
Give Me Your Hand
Henry Martin (song)
Here's a Health unto His Majesty
I Saw Three Ships
An Invitation to Lubberland
Joy to Great Caesar

Lavender Blue
Let us with a gladsome mind
Matty Groves
Mháirín Óg Ní Cheallaigh
Sandley's Suite
Sussex Carol
Sweet Nightingale
To Be a Pilgrim
The Water Is Wide (song)
18th century...Musicians
Charles Jane Ashley
General Charles Ashley
John James Ashley
Luffman Atterbury
Thomas Foster Barham
Joah Bates
Alexander Campbell
Henry Condell
James Deacon
Richard Eastcott
Sampson Estwick
George Guest

Charles Hague
Thomas Haigh
William Hine
William Howgill
Karl Kohaut
Antonín Kraft
Nikolaus Kraft
Jan Křtitel Kuchař
Benjamin Lamb
Joseph Leutgeb
Louis-Toussaint Milandre

Roger North
Giovanni Punto
0:52 - 1:13
A la Nanita Nana
Allan's Illustrated Edition of Tyneside Songs and Readings
To Anacreon in Heaven
Auld Robin Gray
A Beuk o’ Newcassell Sangs Collected by Joseph Crawhall
Black Joke
Calon Lân
Cam Ye O'er Frae France
John Catnach
Chater’s Annual
Chater's Canny Newcassel Diary and Remembrancer
Country Gardens
Crawford's Defeat by the Indians
English Rebel Songs
Fare Thee Well
France's Songs of the Bards of the Tyne -

God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
The Raggle Taggle Gypsy
Jack Hall
Keelmin's Comic Annewal
Is There for Honest Poverty
Marshall's Collection of Songs, Comic, Satirical
Men of Harlech
Mera Piya Ghar Aaya
Oh Dear! What Can the Matter Be?
Prinz Eugen, der edle Ritter
Rhymes of Northern Bards
Ritson's Bishopric Garland or Durham Minstrel
Ritson's North-Country Chorister
Ritson's Northern Garlands
Ritson's Northumberland Garland or Newcastle Nightingale
Ritson's Yorkshire Garland
The Roast Beef of Old England
A Sailor's Life
Soft Flowing Avon
Summoned by the King
Tere ishq Nachaya
The Bells of Aberdovey (song)
The Bishoprick Garland
The Garb of Old Gaul
The Lass of Richmond Hill
The Newcastle Songster by John Marshall
The Tyne Songster (W & T Fordyce, 1840)
The Tyneside Songster by J. W. Swanston
The Trees They Grow So High
Tri Martolod
The Vicar of Bray
War and Washington
19th Century.. musicians
Joseph Haydn
Handel George Frederic
Charles Jane Ashley
General Charles Ashley
John James Ashley
George Aspull
Ignaz Assmayer
Thomas Foster Barham
Louisa Barwell
Robert Bewick
Alexander Campbell
Franz Doppler
Karl Doppler
Finlay Dun
Richard Eastcott
Joseph Ebsworth
Edwin Ellis
John Fawcett
William Fish

Thomas Haigh
Martin Kenneavy
Antonín Kraft
Nikolaus Kraft
Jan Křtitel Kuchař
Walborg Lagerwall
Franz Schmidt
Simon Sechter
Johann Sedlatzek
Heinrich Sontheim
Franz Stockhausen
Václav Suk
Anna Yesipova
Raimund von zur-Mühlen
J. E. Goodson
George Guest
Josef Gusiko
Charles Hague
Fifes, Whistles, Rope Tension Drums,
Harmonicas, Jaw Harps
Clavichords, Harpsichords, Spinets, Virginals
Banjos, Cello, Guitars
Mandolin, Violin, Viola,

The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington
Barbara Allen
Blow, Ye Winds, Blow
The Bold Pedlar and Robin Hood
The Bold Soldier
The Deceived Maid
Earl Brand

The Farmer's Curst Wife
Fair Margaret and Sweet William (1)
Fair Margaret and Sweet William (2)
The Girl I Left Behind Me (1)
The Girl I Left Behind Me (2)
The Golden Vanity
Johnie Scot
Lavender's Blue
Lord Thomas and Fair Ellinor

The Nightingale
Mattie Groves
Silkie (The Great Silkie of Sule Skerry)
Sir Lionel
Soldier, Soldier, Will You Marry Me?
The Three Butchers
The Trappan'd Maiden
The Willow Tree
20th century.. Musicians

Elvis Presley
John Lennon
Bob Dylan
Paul McCartney
Michael Jackson
Freddie Mercury
Johnny Cash
Stevie Wonder
Ville Valo
Steven Perry
Frank sinatra
bb king
Roy Orbison
Patsy Cline
The beach boys
The temptations
Sam Cooke
Elton John
Fleetwood Mac
James Brown
Pearl Jam
The Eagles
Otis Redding
Louis Armstrong
The Police
Marvin Gaye
Pink Floyd
Bob Marley
Jimi Hendrix
Led Zeplin
Duke Ellington
Aretha Franklin
The Who
The Rolling Stones
Jazz and Blues became very popular. So there was The Viola still popular as well as the piano, bass, trumpet, guitar, saxophone.
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Stairway to Heaven
Like a Rolling Stone
Hotel California
Good Vibrations
Hey Jude
My Generation
Johnny B. Goode
Jailhouse Rock
American Pie
I Got You (I Feel Good)
Hound Dog
Let It Be
Walk This Way
My Girl
Rock Around the Clock
I Heard it Through the Grapevine

I Want to Hold Your Hand
Brown Sugar
Purple Haze
Sympathy for the Devil
Bohemian Rhapsody
You Really Got Me
Oh, Pretty Woman
Proud Mary
Born to Be Wild
Smells Like Teen Spirit
Brown Eyed Girl
Wild Thing
21st CENTURY.... Musicians

Katy Perry
One Direction
Lil Wayne
Linkin Park
Yolanda Adams
Blake Shelton
Taylor Swift
Jason Aldean
Five Finger Death Punch
Calvin Harris
Many of the popular instruments of the 20th century but add computers.

You Rock My World
Mr. Brightside
Can't Hold Us Down
Cry Me a River
The Way I Am
Keeps Gettin’ Better
Our Song
Me Against the Music
Wake Me Up When September Ends
White Flag

Single ladies
my happy ending
where is the love
The sweet escape
american pie

in 1999

im your angel

No Mountains too high, for you to climb
All you have to do is have some climbing faith, oh yeah
No rivers too wide, for you to make it across
All you have to do is believe it when you pray
And then you will see, the morning will come
And everyday will be bright as the sun
All of your fears cast them on me
I just want you to see...
I'll be your cloud up in the sky
I'll be your shoulder when you cry
I'll hear your voices when you call me
I am your angel
And when all hope is gone, I'm here
No matter how far you are, I'm near
It makes no difference who you are
I am your angel
I'm your angel
I saw the teardrops, and I heard you cry
All you need is time, seek me and you shall find
You have everything and you're still lonely
It doesn't have to be this way, let me show you a better day
And then you will see, the morning will come
And all of your days will be bright as the sun
So all of your fears, just cast them on me
How can I make you see...
And when it's time to face the storm
I'll be right by your side
Grace will keep up safe and warm
And I know we will survive

in 2014 so far

It's going down, I'm yellin' timber
You better move, you better dance
Let's make a night, you won't remember
I'll be the one, you won't forget
The bigger they are, the harder they fall
This biggity boys are diggity out
I have 'em like Miley Cyrus, clothes off
Twerking in their bras and thongs, timber
Face down, booty up, timber
That's the way we like the war, timber
I'm sticking it in oil spill
She say she won't, but I bet she will, timber
Swing your partner round and round
End of the night, it's going down
One more shot, another round
End of the night, it's going down
Swing your partner round and round
End of the night, it's going down
One more shot, another round
End of the night, it's going down
Look up in the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane
No, it's just me, ain't a damn thing changed
Live in hotels, swing on plane
Blessed to say, money ain't a thing
Club jumping like it going down, bowl it
Order me another round, homie
We about to climb, wild, 'cause it's about to go down
Have we evolved?
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