MIDTERM REVIEW - Fall 2018

FOLK / NEGRO SPIRITUALS

White Methodist vs. AME

The Methodist Denomination Methodism was founded by a minister named John Wesley in the eighteenth century in England. He along with other people would meet

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JUBILEE QUARTETS

Jubilee Quartet Post

The Impact of HBCU’s on Jubilee Quartets Gabby Archibald Jubilee Quartets were an important part of the 20th century African American music, they held a

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The Soul Stirrers

The Jubilee Quartets        The 1920’s was a transformative period of time as the rise of Jubilee quartets began to flourish within America.

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RAGTIME

Ragtime

Ragtime: Music and Fun Ragtime is a musical style that incorporates vocal and instrumental ragtime, coon songs, and cakewalks. All together ragtime creates a performance

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BLUES

Feelin’ The Blues

Everybody knows a little about the blues but most don’t know the history and origins of it. The blues built is foundation of the backs

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The Legend of Lead Belly

Lead Belly and his contribution to folk music Biography of Lead Belly Huddie William Ledbetter (January 20, 1889 -December 6, 1949), more commonly known as

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CLASSICAL

“Ima Classic Man”

“Ima Classic Man” Classical music is a genre or style of music that did not originate from black people, but grew in appreciation and contribution

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The Arts/Classical

During the early 20th century was the emergence of composers who taught at Black universities/colleges, with a few of them winning critical acclaims. Their legacy

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