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Nazish Mirza

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MUSIC
COUNTRY
R&B
POP
METAL
REGGAE
Started with African American
Now: everyone
direct lineage began in mid 1960's
American Blues were a big influence
Rolling Stones developed blues rock
by recording covers of many classic blues songs
often speeding up to tempo
UK blues-based developed what would become the hallmarks of heavy metal EX: loud distorted guitar sound
Kinks played a major role in popularizing
this sound with their 1946 hit "you really got me"
Term heavy metal first used in '60's song
"born to be wild" by Steppenwolf when they
referred to "heavy music thunder"
most people consider groups Black Sabbath,
Led Zeppelin, and Deep Purple to be the first heavy metal bands
from there style
evolved and
branched into
many different
genres &
sub genres
Famous musicians
Black Sabbath
Iron Maiden
Metallica
Judas Priest
Dio
AC/DC
Bon Jovi
Kiss
Aerosmith
Deep Purple
Nirvana
Genres
How it started
Medieval Times
would be described as elegant and simple
used an instrument similar to the harp (lyre)
Classical
created in the very early years of Europe
described as majestic and tranquil
used an instrument
similar to piano
Rhythm
denotes a thought;
an expression of
purpose
Melody translates feeling into sound
History
History
Originated in 1910
Made a genre of its own in 1920s
Names to Remember:
Eck Robertson
Vernon Dalhart
Jimmie Rodgers
1951- 2012
What is R&B
Kingston Jamaica
developed in Jamaica in the late 1960.
Rhythm and blues, often abbreviated to R&B and RnB, is a genre of popular African-American music that originated in the 1940s
instruments used
guitar and/or piano
Demographics
combines with drums
emphasis on beat in each bar
Early 1968
first genuine reggae records
were released"Nanny Goat"
by Larry Marshal & "no more heartaches"by The Ballones
Cowboy films contributed to its success
Location
Affects Brain
Originated in Southern US and Atlantic Canada
Influences
The way you think
The way you learn/react
Spread to different parts of the world
Improves
Made a way for
Your memory
Your capacity of
learning/sleeping/feeling
Rock & Roll
Heartland Rock
Southern Rock
Roots Rock
Dansband
Instruments
Guitar
Bass
Dobro
Steel Guitar
Mandolin
Banjo
Fiddle
Piano
Drums
Harmonica
Sub-genres
Western Swing
Cowboy Songs
What is it?
A simple style of folk music heard mostly in the southern United States; usually played on stringed instruments
Did You Know?
Elvis was a struggling country artist before he was the "King of Rock and Roll"
Garth Brooks was once the top-domestic selling solo artist in the history of the US.
Country has produced one of the chart toppers of all time:
"How Do I Live' by LeAnn Rimes
Famous Performers:
Johnny Cash
The Dixie Chicks
Taylor Swift
Brad Paisley
Patsy Cline
Reba McEntire
Shania Twain
Tim McGraw
Toby Keith
Battle of the Ages
Bob Marley
Reggae music was mainly popularized by Bob Marley first as the co-leader of the wailers; the band that provided the image of the urban guerrilla with Rude Boy (1960) and that cut the first guru of the movement, a stance that would transform him into a star particularly after his conversion to pop soul melody with ballads such as stir it up 1972, I shot the Sheriff 1973 and no women no cry 1974
the 1970s
What?
modern commercial music
usually tuneful, up-tempo and repetitive
Audience
youth in particular
general public
History
It was used to describe
as piece of music having
popular appeal.
Commercially recorded music,
consisting of relatively short
and simple love songs is
known as 'pop music'.
Term 'pop music' originated in Britain in the mid-1950s
performed by artists as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Abba, etc.
Has been influenced by most
other genres of popular music
Support from electronic music and spoken passages from rap
Tempo from dance music
Vocal harmonies from
gospel music and soul
music formed from the
sentimental ballads
Picked up instrumentation from jazz and rock music
Popularity
In 1980s video technique was introduced
Widespread use of the microphone,
multi-track recording, digital sampling
were the other technological innovations
By 1980s
MTV favored
artists like
Michael Jackson,
Prince and
Madonna who
had a strong
visual appeal.
Teenagers to listen to music outside the home.
In 1960s, inexpensive portable transistor radios were introduced
Visual presence of pop stars
Famous Singers/Artists
Beyonce
Jay-Z
Michael Jackson
Janet Jackson
Whitney Houston
Katy Perry
term 'pop music' was first used in 1926.
Alternate Metal
Death Metal
Deathcore
Grunge
Glam Metal
Heavy Metal
Industrial Metal
Mathcore
Metalcore
Melodic Metalcore
Nintendocore
Post Hardcore
Power Metal
Progressive Metal
Speed Metal
Symphonic Metal
Trash Metal
Typical Band Lineup
includes a drummer,
In 1950s television was introduced
Audience
the 1950s
the 1980s
Etymology
Keyboard instruments are
sometimes used to
enhance the fullness of
the sound.
and a singer, who may
or may not be an
instrumentalist.
a lead guitarist,
a rhythm guitarist,
a bassist,
Jerry Wexler of Billboard magazine : "rhythm and blues" in 1948
Bands
Typical instruments
Drum kit – Double bass – Saxophone – Horns – Piano – Organ – Electric guitar – Vocals – Background vocalists
Conclusion
Music has changed over time
Different genres
It's constantly changing
Famous singer
Jay Chou
Music affects the brain
improves memory
and capacity of learning
and feeling
Way you think/learn
Pop: Nazish Mirza
Subgenres of each genre
Genres
There are ALOT
Easier to learn and memorize information
when written in music form
Not only sung in English
Is one language that
many people understand
and can communicate
well through
Special Thanks To
Jacinta Kimbrough
For Country Music
(:
Su Li For R&B (:
Colin Leighton For Metal (:
Charles Lynch For Reggae (:
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