MIDTERM REVIEW - Fall 2018

FOLK / NEGRO SPIRITUALS

folk music and spirituals

Folks Of Negro Spirituals  Origin Of The Genre: Negro Spirituals were formulated by African Slaves who were brought into America through the slave trade. The

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Folk and Spirituals

Origin Spirituals came about during the years of slavery when one of the only forms of expression that was allowed for slaves was music. Slaves

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JUBILEE QUARTETS

Four sounds

Jubilee Quartet Jubilee Quartet’s originated in the mid 1800s and derived from negro spirituals. The name jubilee quartet came from the Fisk Jubilee singers from

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Jubilee Quartets

Jubilee Quartets Previous Next Jubilee Quartets gave us exactly what their name says they will. These groups consisted of four members,each singing in a different

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What are Jubilee Quartets?

m jubilee quartets Golden Gate Quartet The Golden Gate Quartet was formed in 1931 with Willie Johnson, Henry Owens, William Langford, and Orlandus Wilson which

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jubilee quartets

Jubilee Quartets were vocal a cappella groups consisting of at least four black men, each one having a different tone of voice than the other.

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RAGTIME

Ragtime Post

Ragtime Music Post Ragtime is a musical style that had a peak and was popular between 1895 and 1919. This type of music was described

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Ragtime

RAGTIME HISTORY OF RAGTIME Ragtime was a popular music genre from 1896-1920. It was played out when Jazz became popular. It originated in St. Louis

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Ragtime

Ragtime Ragtime was also called the ‘Coon Song’ lasted from the years 1896-1920 was created in Mississippi & Missouri.A ragtime composition is usually composed three

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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

Shirley Graham Du Bois

Born Lola Shirley Graham, Jr. Only daughter of six children Father was a minister Graduated from Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane, Washington Shirley

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