MIDTERM REVIEW - Fall 2018

FOLK / NEGRO SPIRITUALS

JUBILEE QUARTETS

Jubilee Quartet Review

Published by Jewel Lewis The heightened period for jubilee quartets took place between 1916-1929. Jubilee Quartets were usually described as African-American Musical groups that were

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Jubilee Quartets

The Start Jubilee Quartets sprouted from negro spirituals and did so in the early 1900s. Jubilee quartets are organized from high to low in the

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Jubilee Quartets

By: Ciara Terry 9.25.19 Jubilee Quartets was the era following Negro Spirituals. Jubilee Quartets was a known quartet (usually four males, some had one women,

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Jubilee Quartets

Jubilee Quartets by Nina Lee Jubilee quartets can be thought of taking the keeping the spirit from negro spirituals but giving it a modern-day flair

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RAGTIME

Ragtime

Ragtime is a genre of musical composition for the piano, generally in duple meter and containing a highly syncopated treble lead over a rhythmically steady

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Ragtime

Ragtime is a syncopated rhythm that was popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Many people used ragtime music for dancing or swinging. The

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Ragtime

Ragtime, is a syncopated musical style, one forerunner of jazz and the predominant style of American popular music from about 1899 to 1917. Ragtime evolved

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Ragtime Post

A Quick Glance at Ragtime Music by Sidnee Salter       Ragtime music ran its course from approximately 1896 to 1920. Ragtime Music is

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Ragtime by Olivia Tomlinson

Ragtime by Olivia Tomlinson Ragtime began around 1896 and continued up until the 1920s, where it was replaced by jazz.  Ragtime introduced uptempo syncopated beats,

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BLUES

Women In Blues

Women in blues, specifically black women were prominent figures. They rose above the cards they were dealt with.Black women faced oppression, misogyny,  racism, and poverty.

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Blues: Women in Blues

Women in Blues ………..In history, women never got the credit they deserve for the impacts they had on everything. However, without women, somethings would not

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The Blues

Background  Towards the end of the first decade of the 20th century, the term “blues”started to become associated with a new style emerging from Black

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Blues

Blues(1930s to 1940s) by Nina Lee The Genre of Blues came from Negro Spirituals and Folk music. This genre can be considered another step away

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Blues

By: Brittney James Blues is called blues because the lyrics come from states of agitation or sadness. Blues originated on Southern slave plantations and gained

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CLASSICAL

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