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Arts and Humanities
MUS 3500 Midterm Exam
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Between 1900 and 1929, Americans invented the air conditioner, refrigerator, washing machine, sound motion pictures, AM radio, the first motorized manned airplane, and the escalator.
The "Progressive Era" (1900-29) saw the implementation of anti-trust laws, federally-funded education for children, federal oversight of food and drug quality, federal income tax, and the right to vote for American women.
"Lost Your Head Blues"
The Carter Family
"God Bless America"
"I Got Rhythm"
"The Unanswered Question'"
John Philip Sousa
"Stars and Stripes Forever"
A major breakthrough in 1925 that made it possible to capture more realistic sound for records and film.
The earliest version of the phonograph.
A version of a song NOT done by the original artist.
A blending of Cajun, blues, and R & B styles, created by southern-Louisiana Creoles of French, Spanish and African descent.
A term put directly on record labels in the 1920s and '30s by small independent companies that marketed black roots music specifically to African-American listeners.
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Big Joe Turner, heard here, and other artists are affiliated with rhythm and blues which is loosely a combination of what two preceding genres?
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