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Music

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Transcript of Music

The Great Gatsby
Jazz music is the genre of music that is most associated with the 1920's.
Jazz music is a type of music originated by african americans.
It emerged at the beginning of the 20th century.
Brass and woodwind instruments and piano are particularly associated with jazz.
Salsa
What is Music?
Vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion.
Nick Abbruzzese, Teena Varghese, Morgan Duffy, Donny Lazorchak, Fiona Fujita
Music
"All night the saxophones waled the hopeless comment of
Beale Street Blues
while a hundred pairs of golden and silver shippers shuffled the shining dust" (Fitzgerald 151).
"All night the saxophones waled the hopeless comment of
Beale Street Blues
while a hundred pairs of golden and silver shippers shuffled the shining dust" (Fitzgerald 151).
Three O'Clock in the Morning
Written by Paul Whiteman
A popular good-night waltz
Plays as Daisy and Tom leaves Gatsby's party in early morning hours.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_O'Clock_in_the_Morning
http://www.virtualboricua.org/Docs/bd01.htm
http://thegreatgatsbyreadingmap.blogspot.com/p/jazz-era-music.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tito_Puente
http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=4651
http://www.chipboaz.com/blog/2007/07/25/distinguishing-between-latin-jazz-and-salsa/
http://latinmusic.about.com/od/genres/p/PRO09BASIC.htm
Works Cited:
Beale Street Blues
Salsa is a word that inspires an instant reaction in Latin music lovers everywhere.
It creates a rhythm in dance, and allows excitement to be spread among non-latinos to the dance floor where they meet their Latino neighbors, who are too busy enjoying the music to notice.
Th
Ain't We Got Fun
by Van & Schenck
Beale Street Blues is a song talked about in chapter 8 of Great Gatsby when Daisy was young.
The song is a 1916 song by W.C. Handy.
The song plays when Daisy comes to Gatsby house for the first time.
Popular foxtrot song, published in 1921.
The song talks about how "The rich get richer and the poor get poorer".

"Roaring Twenties favorite"
Jazz vs Salsa
“Come on people, now smile on your brother" (Valenti).
Nene hums at one point when things get a little tense between Bodega and Chino.
Lyrics from "Let's Get Together"
A song written in the early 1960s by American singer-songwriter Chet Powers (Dino Valenti).
Quinonez uses real artists throughout his novel.
Joe Cuba was born in East Harlem, New York City.
His parents were from Puerto Rico and then moved to New York.
He started his musical career ever since 1950 until he died in 2009.
Tito Puente was a American salsa musician and Latin jazz composer.
The son of native Puerto Ricans, living in New York City's Spanish Harlem community.
"It's the salsa museum, Julio. The only one in the country'' (Quinonez 104).
Contemporary (1980s-1990s).
Ernesto Quinonez incorporates salsa music in his novel.
Real artists are mentioned in Bodega Dreams such as Joe Cuba and Tito Puente.
"There were the drumsticks Tito Puente used when he played Carnegie Hall in '72. There were album covers, Joe Cuba's congas, guitar picks, ticket stubs, all from salsa's golden days in the sixties and seventies" (Quinonez 104).
The Great Gatsby took place during the 1920s.
The music that was shown in the novel was jazz music.
Fitzgerald was influenced by the music of the 1920s.
Jazz music is a type of music originated by African Americans.
It emerged at the beginning of the 20th century.
Brass and woodwind instruments and piano are particularly associated with jazz.
The salsa museum was known to hold many records of many famous artists that had careers in salsa.
Willie Colon, Ruben Blades, Celia Cruz, and many other artists were presented in Bodega Dreams
"Three O'Clock in the Morning' a neat, sad little waltz of that year" (Fitzgerald 116).
"'Oye, como va. Bueno pa gazar'" (Quinonez 23).
Oye Como Va
by Santana.
This song was written by Tito Puente and recorded it in the 1950s.
Santana made a cover of this song.
Introduced Puente to a wider new audience.
In Santana's version of the song had all the same guitar wails and keyboards as the original.
Both Salsa and Latin Jazz share common roots in Caribbean dance rhythms.
Latin Jazz contains danceable qualities and musicians create it as a means of expression.
The two styles serve different functions and the intention behind their creation follows divergent paths.
Salsa incorporates elements from jazz.
Jazz and Salsa were born in NYC and popular among Latinos and Puerto Ricans.
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