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Class Notes for MUSA1300 at Boston College

History of Popular Music

MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cross Road Blues, Sara Carter, Autoharp

Popular Music October 5 th Robert Johnson (1911-1938)  No country blues artist had a greater influence on later generation of blues and rock musicians.  Robert Johnson’s brief life is shrouded in myster...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Timothy Mangin
MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ballroom Dance, Strophic Form, Music Of Cuba

American Popular Music 26 September Cuban Dance Styles  Influenced by the son o A late 19 Century rural song tradition o Performed by groups called conjuntos o Derived from...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Timothy Mangin
MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Essentialism

American Popular Music  Focuses on how music and culture are related, how humans communicate through music, and why music means different things in different places  This course analyzes music fro...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Timothy Mangin
MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nbc, American Broadcasting Company, Cbs

1 History of Poplar Music Notes 9/14/15 Social Dance and Jazz (1917-1935)  WW1 reinforces American influence overseas and stimulates and reorganized the economy  Migration...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Timothy Mangin
MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: American Songwriter, Music Of Africa, Thirty-Two-Bar Form

th American Popular Music August 12 Minstrel Groups  Minstrel performers competed on the basis of “authenticity” but had little to do with African musical tradition ...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Timothy Mangin
MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: African-American Music

Chapter 5: The Blues and Hillbilly Music Blues Music  Musical Features o Syncopation- stressing the unstressed notes o Repetition- when sounds and sequences are repeated o Blue n...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Timothy Mangin
MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Buddy Bolden, Johnny Dodds, Louis Armstrong

American Popular Music 9/16 New Orleans  Creole: Canadians of French decent; mixture of European, Indian and black. Played “Dicky” Music  Black Code Laws- 1/16 of bla...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Timothy Mangin
MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: George Washington Dixon, African-American Music, Ewe People

Popular Music Notes Aug 31 -Sept 9 th Musical Terms  Timbre- Quality of sound  Pitch- Where a note falls in the range of sounds (High/Low)  Tempo- Speed (Slow, Medium, Fast)  Polyrhyt...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Timothy Mangin
MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Oxymoron, Entertainment Weekly, Parliament-Funkadelic

Chantz Delgado MU030 October 22, 2010 Album Review of The Chronic One of the most influential music producers to be known, Dr. Dre changed the game for the hip-hop and ra...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Donald James
MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Rock And Roll, Hounddog (Film), Maybellene

His. Rock and Roll and Pop Music  October 12, 2012 BUDDY HOLLY Rockn’ Roll Shake, Rattle and Roll • Bill Haley’s text removes lyrics with the exception of one and changes form to  accom...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Donald James
MUSA1300 Lecture Notes - Turntablism, Dr. Dre, Icecube Neutrino Observatory

November 5 , 2012 ­Columbia, RCA, Warner, Capitol EMI, MCA, United Artists ­AM compared to FM • AM has a long broadcast distance • FM has a short broadcast distance • By the 1970s, it becomes the more domi...

Music Academic
MUSA1300
Donald James

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