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HISTORY OF ROCK

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Transcript of HISTORY OF ROCK

ROCK MUSIC
by Alicia Puzon and Risha Mariano 3D

INSTUMENTS FOR ROCK
SOURCES:
http://rock.about.com/od/rockmusic101/a/RockHistory.htm

http://spider.georgetowncollege.edu/music/burnette/Mus570d/rockinst.htm

http://spider.georgetowncollege.edu/music/burnette/Mus570d/charjazz.htm

http://www.slideshare.net/marrafaeldieste/pop-y-rock-rafaeldieste?next_slideshow=1

http://www.wmich.edu/mus-gened/mus170/RockElements.pdf

https://prezi.com/9gcyjhybmpdo/rock-history/
CHARACTERISTICS OF ROCK MUSIC
HISTORY OF ROCK
ARTISTS
40's- 60's (ORIGINS)
can be traced from the early 1940's. Popular music was being aided by electric guitars and a steady beat
Exposure of sexual themes brought about controversies to the public.
From the 50's- 60's Rock was able to expand its scope from single artists like Chuck Berry and Elvis to bands like the "Rolling Stones" and "The Beatles"
70's (EVOLUTION
Led Zeppelin - producers of "Heavy Metal"
Pink Floyd - innovated the use of psychedelic elements in music and the "multiple songs, one theme" album concept
Rock was simplified into these ingredients: loud guitars, rude attitude, and enraged singing (erhm--shouting)
"Punk" is born
Artists: Rod Stewart, Alice Cooper, The Who, Aerosmith, Queen, AC/DC
80's (DIVERSITY)
New Wave - also known as postpunk, English bands such as DepecheMode use an introverted-music style by using punk outsider status and electrical instrumentation
Alternative Rock - an alternative subgenre of rock once known as "college rock" because of its popularity amon the college radio stations
Indie Rock - one of the roots of alternative rock, in where bands before were signed into small, independently-owned labels
Famous Artists at this time were: Pat Benatar, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Ozborne, Def Leppard, Motley Crue
90'S (RE-EMERGENCE)
VOCAL
Instrumental:
In General:


usually in verse-chorus form
singers would scream and shout, exhibiting extreme passion
strong voice tone
1950's - drums, bass, electric guitars, piano, and saxophone
1960's - imitation of Beatles, folk movements, Jazz styles and Motown
1970's onwards - use of electronic instruments, heavy metal (3-4 guitars), black groups (horns), disco (full orchestral instrumentation), and later styles (continued electronic explosions and computer-generated interfaces).
1950's
1960's
1970's onwards
drums
bass (acoustic)
2 electric guitars (lead, rhythm)
piano (acoustic)
saxophone (alto or tenor)
use of 3 electric guitars (lead, rhythm, bass)
piano
drums
The Beatles
instrument combination:
FOLK MOVEMENT
Acoustic Guitar
Harmonica
Banjo
Acoustics Bass
(Bongo Drums)
Motown
Vocal Group
Full Orchestral Intrumentatation
JAZZ ROCK
Added brass and woodwind intruments
expansion of electronic instuments
piano> keyboard
hard rock/ heavy metal - use of 3-4 guitars
black groups - continued use of horns
disco - full orchestral instumentation
later styles - use of computer-generated sounds and computer-interfaced keyboards
STRING INSTRUMENTS
Electric Guitar
Electric Bass
Acoustic 6-String Guitar
Acoustic 12-String Guitar
PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS
Drum Set (varies from including bass, snare, tom-tom, etc.)
Hand Held percussions
Electronic Drum pad
KEYBOARD INSTRUMENTS
Acoustic Piano
Synthesizer (offers unlimited sound)
BRASS INSTRUMENTS
Saxophones
Trumpets
Trombones
Domination of Alternative Rock < from the acension of Nirava'a Nevermind in 1991
Grunge Movement < a merging of punk and heavy rock
Many Rock Bands (like RHCP) didn't fit into the Grunge Genre during its peak
Evolution of Rock nowadays fuses with different sounds as the time passes on to the future.
40's- 60's ROCK
Chuck Berry
The Rolling Stones
The Beatles
Elvis Presley
70'S ROCK
Led Zeppelin
Rod Stewart
Pink Floyd
The Who
Alice Cooper
Aerosmith
Queen
80's ROCK
Pat Benatar
Ozzy Ozborne
Def Leppard
Motley Crue
Black Sabbath
90's ROCK---PRESENT
Nirvana
Green Day
Oasis
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Radiohead
Paramore
Linkin Park
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