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Disco Music

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Molly Leopold

on 4 February 2013

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Transcript of Disco Music

By: Molly Leopold
Edgar Leon
Katy Ziegler Disco Music History What Makes Disco Important People Disco Influenced... The Anti-Disco Campaign Jackson Five, ABBA, The Bee Gees, The Village People
Saturday Night Fever
Donna Summer- Love to Love You Baby Early Rap & Hip Hop
Club Music
House Techno
People such as
Gloria Estefan
David Guetta Came about in the late 1960s, early 1970s (Europe)
played at discotheques
Extravagant style
Influence by many groups Disco Demolition Derby Steve Dahl fired when rock station transformed to disco
Promised admission to Comiskey for only 98 cents w/ disco record
Exploded 50,000 disco records on the field The Village People Discotheques Rhythm
Syncopations or "Grooves"-Bass line guitar
Most fast/dancelike tempos
Very easy defined pulse
Funk came from Reggae music
Lyrics from soul music Bee Gees 3 brothers: Barry, Robin, & Maurice Gibb
Wrote own music
Soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever
"Stayin' Alive" 6 members
Costumes: cowboy, biker, soldier, policeman, construction worker, American Indian
"Y.M.C.A.", "Macho Man" Donna Summer "Love to Love You Baby"
Known as "Queen of Disco"
5 grammies French origin
Sophisticated sound systems
Synced light shows
Used as an escape
Extravagant clothing
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