Exams are coming!
Get ready with premium notes and study guides!

Textbook Notes for Brent Hagerman

  • 164 Results
  • About WLU
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

Chapter 6 MU121.docx

OC594384 Page
19 Nov 2014
48
Until the early 1960s, many african-american musicians were blocked from mainstream success by white artists covering their records. British invasion b
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Country Music, Play Records, Thirty-Two-Bar Form

OC594385 Page
19 Nov 2014
57
Building a national audience for music and entertainment. In the first half of the twentieth century, sheet music was the principal method of selling m
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Alan Freed, Federal Communications Commission, Wanda Jackson

OC594386 Page
19 Nov 2014
48
1955 is the first year of rock and roll. When rhythm and blues broke into the mainstream in 1955, rock and roll was born. Rock and roll played a crucia
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Rock Records, Teen Pop, Calypso Music

OC594386 Page
19 Nov 2014
120
By the end of the 1950s, many important figures in rock and roll"s first wave were out of the music business and independent labels that supplied rock
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Dave Matthews Band, Jam Band, Britpop

OC594385 Page
19 Nov 2014
34
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Music Theory, Bill Haley, Fats Domino

OC7903712 Page
28 Oct 2015
38
Introduction and chapter 1: key terms for this lesson, african disporax, canon, chord progression. Let me play with your poodle , hound dog , Shake, ra
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes -Rock Music, Simple Verse, Musical Form

OC594384 Page
19 Nov 2014
15
Rock music was born out of controversy, and its rebellious image has always appealed to fans. Nonconformity and misbehaviour are central to the rock mo
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Boris Karloff, British Blues, Southern Rock

OC594385 Page
19 Nov 2014
82
Among the most important changes in the 1966-1969 period were the shifts of focus n rock music from the single to the album, and from dancing to listen
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Sex Pistols, Iggy Pop, Peanut Butter

OC594383 Page
19 Nov 2014
25
The roots of punk in the united states, 1967-1975. To an fm-rock radio listener in the 1970s, music did not change very drastically during the course o
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: The Jackson 5, Ohio Players, Epic Records

OC594384 Page
19 Nov 2014
35
One of the ways rock and roll challenged white middle-class values was in its blending of rhythm and blues and country and western. Early rock and roll
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanWinter

MU121 Chapter 9: 9 BLACK POP, REGGAE, AND THE RISE OF DISCO

OC12856462 Page
8 Mar 2017
0
Black pop, reggae, and the rise of disco. During first half of 70s, rock and black pop supported by relatively separate markets. Among the first groups
View Document
WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Freddie Mercury, British Blues, King Crimson

OC594382 Page
19 Nov 2014
28
Fm radio goes from late 1960s free form to aor. By the beginning of the 1970s, fm stations were broadcasting rock music and focusing on album cuts. The
View Document
Showing 1 — 12 of 164 results

Textbook Notes (280,000)
CA (170,000)
WLU (9,000)
MU (200)
MU121 (100)
Brent Hagerman (100)