MUS 1013 Chapter 5: Chapter 5

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Chapter 5
Monday, February 18, 2019
7:45 PM
Folk music: made by a group of people mostly without formal musical training,
primarily for their own amusement or for the amusement of others in the group.
Transmitted orally
Bossa nova: samba-based, jazz-influenced Brazilian popular-song style that
became popular in the United States in the early 1960s
All early stars of Rock and Roll were male
1950s - rock and roll was dance music for teens
The Twist by Chubby Checker: first rock-era song to reach the top of the charts
twice (1960, 1962)
Everyone's dance song
Has a rhythm and blues provenance
o Lead and backup vocals
o Rhythm section
o Honking saxophone
Brought races together through music and dance and popularity
Girl Groups
Songs written by young white songwriters and belong strictly to the rock era
Sound of vocals often more distinct than the style of the song
Race is not a factor
Vocal group is exclusively female
The lyrics do not relate to race (ex. Will you still love me tomorrow?)
Syncopations: accents that come between the beats of a regular rhythm, rather
than with them
Trademarks of 60's Rock:
Straightforward rock rhythm
Signature guitar riff to open the song and serve as an instrumental refrain
A bass line that moves in a free rhythm, rather than a walking pattern or
other narrowly defined role
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