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WLUMU121Brent HagermanSpring

MU121- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 33 pages long!)

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Genres of rock n roll derive from: country and western, rhythm and blues (r&b, tin pan alley (mainstream pop) Cole porter, wrote a lot of the material.
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WLUMU158Sara KlinckWinter

[MU158] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (316 pages long!)

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WLUMU121Brent HagermanWinter

[MU121] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 461 pages long Study Guide!

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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

[MU194] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 37 pages long Study Guide!

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Major problem confronting all vocalists is prevailing cultural attitude/preference for what constitutes a desirable tonal quality. Great emphasis on pr
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WLUMU100Gerard YunFall

[MU100] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (29 pages long)

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How we define music/defining by what we are not: Colour politics started in 19th century, perpetuated by nazi germany. Colour politics is fading becaus
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Study Guide - Final Guide: Jackie Brenston, Gibson Les Paul, Elvis Presley

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Lesson 1 the 50s: what to listen for in rock. Rock music was born out of controversy and part of its large appeal is the rebellious image it gives off.
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gibson Les Paul, Grand Ole Opry, Simple Verse

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Introduction: rock music was born out of controversy and part of its large appeal is the rebellious image it gives off, the artists served as influence
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanWinter

MU121 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pet Shop Boys, Tom Moulton, King Tubby

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Credited as the man who invented the 80s . Was in the buggles, first video to air on mtv. First to insert drum break into a song. First to create 12 in
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanWinter

MU121 Study Guide - Final Guide: Britpop, Cool Britannia, Cultural Imperialism

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Mainstream: the norm, everyone listened to it, was played on radio, seen as controlled by corporations or public interest, no depth. However alternativ
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanWinter

MU121 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bethel, New York, Sarah Mclachlan, Stan Klees

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Requirements that helped canadian music be noticed, mapl. Artist: principle performer of the music or lyrics. Must qualify for 2 categories to be canco
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanWinter

MU121 Study Guide - Final Guide: Zill, Reel-To-Reel Audio Tape Recording, Surf Music

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Surf music; ideal teenage world of summer fun. Brian wilson helped produce idea/aesthetic of studio as an instrument. First to cut records and tape pie
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanWinter

MU121 Study Guide - Final Guide: Horn-Rimmed Glasses, Elvis Costello, Glam Metal

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Hair metal (explain why many hair metal musicians in the 1980s adopted feminized fashion) Rebellion against what men are supposed to be like, this beco
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