MIDTERM REVIEW - Fall 2018

FOLK / NEGRO SPIRITUALS

Not So Sweet Chariots

Negro spirituals are a sacred genre of black music. They are religious songs often associated with southern Black Christians, tying back to African-American slaves. These

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Negro Spiritual

Negro Spirituals is the earliest form of sacred music from African Americans in the United States. Enslaved people were introduced to hymns by Europeans; however, African Americans

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JUBILEE QUARTETS

Jubilee Quartet

m jubilee quartets Add Your Heading Text Here Golden Gate Quartets The Golden Gate Quartets is one of the most known Jubilee Quartet Groups. Their

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History of Jubilee Quartets

Background The African American quartet tradition is an artistic form that originated in the mid-1800s. The early African American a capella vocal groups were originally

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Jubilee Quartet

The period where jubilee occurred was between the lat 19th and 20th century and it was used to finance universities and colleges during hardships. Fisk

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RAGTIME

Ragtime by Taylor Gallman

RAGTIME From 1896 through the 1920’s Jazz’s predecessor Ragtime was at an all time high. Originating in St. Louis, Missouri, Ragtime became a household genre

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Ready for Ragtime

The Ragtime era began in 1896 and lasted until 1920. It was popularized because of sheet music and the beats throughout the music. Regular people

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Ragtime Post

Ragtime Post https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPmruHc4S9Q Ragtime, born in Missouri, was considered the music that defined the roaring twenties. With the distribution of sheet music, regular people were

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Ragtime

Ragtime is a genre that was very popular throughout the 1920s. Ragtime was played on the piano and disseminated through sheet music. Originally it was

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Time For Rag

Ragtime   Ragtime was the genre that finally catapulted African American music into mainstream culture in the United States. It peaked from 1896-1920. The popularized,

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BLUES

Blues

Blues was a genre that originated in the 1920’s created by, like most musical stylings, African Americans, with roots from Southern slavery. This music is

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Blues

Genre Blues by Nia Webb “The Blues are the true facts of life expressed in words and song, inspiration, feeling, and understanding.” (Willie Dixon) Blues

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Blues

Blues How did it start? Blues became commercialized 1914. Prior to that it started as work songs that would be created while black people were

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