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Zelda Fitzgerald
Claim to fame
Claim to fame
Claim to Fame
Claim to fame
Pop icon, and wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald
One of the women who established the "Flapper" lifestyle
may have influenced her husband's work
Wrote two dozen short stories and articles
Claim to fame
Pop icon, and wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald
Claim to fame
One of the women who established the "Flapper" lifestyle
16 terms
Pop Culture 1930s
Sing sing sing (with a swing)
Minnie the moocher
It don't mean a thing
You oughta be in pictures
Benny Goodman
Can Calloway and his Orchastra
Ella Fitzgerald with Duke Ellington
Rudy Vallee
Sing sing sing (with a swing)
Benny Goodman
Minnie the moocher
Can Calloway and his Orchastra
29 terms
1920s Pop Culture
Henry Ford
Charles Lindbergh
Amelia Earhart
Bruce Barton
founder of ford
Aviator, transcontinental flight, military officer
Aviator, flew over the atlantic, lost at sea
advertising
Henry Ford
founder of ford
Charles Lindbergh
Aviator, transcontinental flight, military officer
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Health Promotion/Disease Prevention - NP Certification, Fitzgerald 4th ed
b. conducting a home survey to minimiz…
c. ensuring adequate illumination in t…
a. screening for mood d/o
b. adjusting txment to minimize dyspnea
an example of a primary prevention measure for a 78 y/o man w…
which of the following is an example of a primary prevention…
secondary prevention measures for a 78 y/o man with COPD incl…
tertiary prevention measures for a 69 y/o woman with heart fa…
b. conducting a home survey to minimiz…
an example of a primary prevention measure for a 78 y/o man w…
c. ensuring adequate illumination in t…
which of the following is an example of a primary prevention…
Jazz and Pop Midterm: Musicians and Instruments
Scott Joplin
Jelly Roll Morton
Earl Hines
Bix Beiderbecke
piano
piano
piano
trumpet
Scott Joplin
piano
Jelly Roll Morton
piano
38 terms
Jazz and Pop ch. 1-5
Ragtime
Swing
Dixieland Chicago
Dixieland New Orleans
is a musical genre that enjoyed its peak popularity between 1…
is a form of American music that developed in the early 1930s…
• Smaller number of players (5-8)... • Instrumentation includes…
• Strong marching band history... • Instrumentation which is mor…
Ragtime
is a musical genre that enjoyed its peak popularity between 1…
Swing
is a form of American music that developed in the early 1930s…
12 terms
The Jazz Age: People & Pop Culture
Carl Sandburg
Ernest Hemmingway
F. Scott Fitzgerald
mass media
Chicago poet that used common speech to glorify the midwest
A young novelist from Paris who decided to move to America. H…
(1896-1940) American writer famous for his novels and stories…
Forms of communication, such as newspapers and radio, that re…
Carl Sandburg
Chicago poet that used common speech to glorify the midwest
Ernest Hemmingway
A young novelist from Paris who decided to move to America. H…
Jazz and pop test 1
Alligator hop
Reckless Blues
Louis Armstrong
Taxi war dance
King Oliver's band, Dixieland
Bessie Smith, City Blues
Soloist on Reckless Blues
Count Basie, Swing
Alligator hop
King Oliver's band, Dixieland
Reckless Blues
Bessie Smith, City Blues
105 terms
Pop Songs midterm 1
Stephen Foster
Bert Williams
Irving Berlin
Scott Joplin
known as "the father of American music", was an American song…
most popular comedians for all audiences of his time. He was…
"Im dreaming of a white Christmas"... -Jewish contribution to po…
African-American composer and pianist. Joplin achieved fame f…
Stephen Foster
known as "the father of American music", was an American song…
Bert Williams
most popular comedians for all audiences of his time. He was…
7 terms
pop music review song names
john philip sousa
scott joplin
irving berlin
the carter familly
stars and stripes forever
maple leaf rag
puttin on the ritz
will the circle be unbroken
john philip sousa
stars and stripes forever
scott joplin
maple leaf rag
14 terms
Am. Pop
Louis Armstrong
Duke Ellington
Glenn Miller
Benny Goodman
Trumpet, Heebie Jeebies, Dixieland
Piano, It don't mean a thing, Swing
Trombone, In the mood, Swing
Clarinet, Sing Sing Sing, King of Swing
Louis Armstrong
Trumpet, Heebie Jeebies, Dixieland
Duke Ellington
Piano, It don't mean a thing, Swing
30 terms
Pop culture
George Gershwin
Bing Crosby
Louis Armstrong
Hoagie Carmicheal
Russian immigrant of Jewish decent who mixed African rhythms…
First pop singer to effectively use the microphone
First musician to mix jazz and pop music together
White blues artist who moved to Chicago to experience the atm…
George Gershwin
Russian immigrant of Jewish decent who mixed African rhythms…
Bing Crosby
First pop singer to effectively use the microphone
43 terms
SLAP Battle 1
Round 1
But that's ends today my dude
And I influenced kids to drink until t…
You're already dead to me
Normally, we're supposed to play a character in SLAP battles...
My dude is Alexander Fitzgerald
Early light hypocrite
My mother is dead to me.
Round 1
Normally, we're supposed to play a character in SLAP battles...
But that's ends today my dude
My dude is Alexander Fitzgerald
Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, MOTOWN
Billie Holiday
John Hammond
Eleanora Fagan
Strange Fruit
born in Baltimore in 1915. She had an extremely troubled chil…
discovered Billie Holiday when she was 18. He works for Colom…
Billie's birth name
Holiday's song about lynching
Billie Holiday
born in Baltimore in 1915. She had an extremely troubled chil…
John Hammond
discovered Billie Holiday when she was 18. He works for Colom…
58 terms
Pop music
John philip sousa
Irving berlin
Scott joplin
W.C Handy
Wrote many marches; marching king
Very successful TPA song writer; incorporated culture into hi…
Father of ragtime; pianist and composer who had an appreciati…
Brought the blues to the attention of mainstream; showed its…
John philip sousa
Wrote many marches; marching king
Irving berlin
Very successful TPA song writer; incorporated culture into hi…
Pop Music Unit 3 - Artists & Songs
Castle House Rag
Dippermouth Blues
I'm Just Wild About Harry
Charmaine
Europe's Orchestra
King Joe Oliver
Judy Garland
Guy Lombardo
Castle House Rag
Europe's Orchestra
Dippermouth Blues
King Joe Oliver
1920's Pop Culture
Favorite Pastimes
Statics
Sayings/Slang
Sports:
- going to see a movie ... - going to sporting events... - listen t…
- average income: $1,407... - price of a dozen eggs: $0.78... - cos…
- you're the bee's knees: you're the best... - dew dropper: slac…
- first Winter Olympics were held in 1924 in France... - Babe Ru…
Favorite Pastimes
- going to see a movie ... - going to sporting events... - listen t…
Statics
- average income: $1,407... - price of a dozen eggs: $0.78... - cos…
Pop Culture questions
What two popular magazines were founde…
What was the most powerful form of com…
Gertrude Ederle
Andrew "Rube" Foster
Reader's Digest and Times
radio
first woman to win the English channel
star pitcher of the dead ball era and owner and manager Chica…
What two popular magazines were founde…
Reader's Digest and Times
What was the most powerful form of com…
radio
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Pop test 1
The way you look tonight Oscar
Who was Joe DiMaggio married to
How many Oscars citizen Kane nominated…
What was world of the wars based off
1936
Marilyn Monroe
17 nominations and 10 wins
HG WELLS sci Fi society
The way you look tonight Oscar
1936
Who was Joe DiMaggio married to
Marilyn Monroe
Pop Culture in the 1920s
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Louis Armstrong
Louise Brooks
Vogue
Known for writing this famous book
Musician known for creating When The Saints Go Marching In an…
Set the trend of the flapper style and made the bob hair styl…
Vogue was a prominent source in the 1920's for women to find…
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Known for writing this famous book
Louis Armstrong
Musician known for creating When The Saints Go Marching In an…
Survey of Pop. Music
What a Wonderful World
All of Me
Hell Hound on my Trail
Hound Dog
By Louis Armstrong... Genre: Traditional Pop... Year Released: 1967
By Ella Fitzgerald ... Genre: Vocal Jazz... Year Released: 1962
By Robert Johnson... Genre: Blues... Year Released: 1937
By Big Momma Thornton... Genre: Blues... Year Released: 1953
What a Wonderful World
By Louis Armstrong... Genre: Traditional Pop... Year Released: 1967
All of Me
By Ella Fitzgerald ... Genre: Vocal Jazz... Year Released: 1962
25 terms
Motown/Billie Holiday/Ella Fitzgerald
who is the movie "Lady Sings the Blues…
whose career started with a contest at…
whose father was a also a jazz musician?
who had a troubled childhood?
billie holiday
ella fitzgerald
billie holiday
ella and billie
who is the movie "Lady Sings the Blues…
billie holiday
whose career started with a contest at…
ella fitzgerald
20 terms
Famous Musicians
Elvis Presley
Louis Armstrong
Lady Gaga
Skrillex
Rock
Jazz
Pop
Techno
Elvis Presley
Rock
Louis Armstrong
Jazz
51 terms
American Pop Exam 1
Timbre
Ostinato
Homophonic
Sonata-Allegro Form
the distinct sound of an instrument
From Italian (meaning obstinate): a repeated pattern over whi…
Melody + accompaniment
A B (the exposition), development, A B (recapitulation). Clas…
Timbre
the distinct sound of an instrument
Ostinato
From Italian (meaning obstinate): a repeated pattern over whi…
History: pop culture quiz
Joseph Pulitzer
William Randolph Hearst
Ashcan School
Rural free delivery
A Hungarian immigrant who had bought the New York Work in 188…
Purchased the New York Morning Journal in 1895 and sought to…
A group of American artists who often painted realistic pictu…
System that bought packages directly to every home
Joseph Pulitzer
A Hungarian immigrant who had bought the New York Work in 188…
William Randolph Hearst
Purchased the New York Morning Journal in 1895 and sought to…
33 terms
Pop Music People
John Philip Sousa
Irving Berlin
Scott Joplin
W.C. Handy
Wrote many marches, Known as "The March King"
A very successful TPA songwriter; incorporated diverse cultur…
The Father of Ragtime. A famous pianist and composer who fost…
Brought the blues to the attention of the mainstream and show…
John Philip Sousa
Wrote many marches, Known as "The March King"
Irving Berlin
A very successful TPA songwriter; incorporated diverse cultur…
37 terms
Black Studies Pop Music
Blues contributions to soul music
Blues Distinctive Characteristics
Downhome
Vaudeville
1) Pentatonic Scale... 2) Blues Paradigm... 3) Blues Notes... 4) Harmo…
1) Harmonic Structure... 2) Phrase structure AAB... 3) Metric Struc…
-earliest form of blues... -mainly cultivated by men... -Banjo or g…
-mainly cultivated by women... -small ensemble accompaniment
Blues contributions to soul music
1) Pentatonic Scale... 2) Blues Paradigm... 3) Blues Notes... 4) Harmo…
Blues Distinctive Characteristics
1) Harmonic Structure... 2) Phrase structure AAB... 3) Metric Struc…
Pop Music Semester Review Sheet
Vaudeville
After the Civil War,
Ira
Scott Joplin (piano)
A variety show that was the main form of entertainment.
Many Confederate Army band members sold their instruments to…
George Gershwin's brother became the lyricist for many of his…
Considered the king of Ragtime
Vaudeville
A variety show that was the main form of entertainment.
After the Civil War,
Many Confederate Army band members sold their instruments to…
23 terms
6. New York 2: Pop and Jazz
On boardway
new york, new york
a heart in new york
someone to watch over me 1
the drifters
frank sinatra
simon and garfunkel
(ira) and george gershwin
On boardway
the drifters
new york, new york
frank sinatra
Jazz and Pop in America Mid-Term
Head arrangement
scat
Comping
Walking and two-beat
Made on the spot in Kansas City style swing
vocal style without lyrics, popularized by Ella Fitzgerald
Accompaniment
the most common bass styles used in the Swing era
Head arrangement
Made on the spot in Kansas City style swing
scat
vocal style without lyrics, popularized by Ella Fitzgerald
27 terms
US History 1 Pop Culture Vocabulary
Joesph Pulitzer
William Randolph Hearst
Aschan School
Mark Twain
A Hungarian immigrant who had bought the "New York World" in…
Purchased the "New York Morning Journal" in 1895. Hearst, who…
A group of early 20th century American artists who often pain…
Samuel Langhorne Clemens, inspired a host of other young auth…
Joesph Pulitzer
A Hungarian immigrant who had bought the "New York World" in…
William Randolph Hearst
Purchased the "New York Morning Journal" in 1895. Hearst, who…
Elements of 1920s Pop Culture
Henry Ford
Charles Lindbergh
Amelia Earhart
Bruce Barton
cars; assembly line
first man to fly across Atlantic
first woman to fly across Atlantic
ads, author, brought religion to business
Henry Ford
cars; assembly line
Charles Lindbergh
first man to fly across Atlantic
23 terms
1920s Vocabulary
Red Scare
Ku Klux Klan
Sacco & Vanzetti
Buying on Credit
A period of general fear of communists
A secret society created by white southerners in 1866 that us…
A controversial trial in 1920 charging two Italian anarchist…
A payment plan that allows customers to make payments at set…
Red Scare
A period of general fear of communists
Ku Klux Klan
A secret society created by white southerners in 1866 that us…
17 terms
Harley pop quiz
W.E.B Dubois
Herbert Hoover
Marcus Garvey
William Jennings Bryan
African American scholar and a leader in the early 1900s enco…
Became president in 1929) was blamed for stock market crash &…
African American leader who argued African Americans to retur…
Ran for president unsuccessfully 3 times
W.E.B Dubois
African American scholar and a leader in the early 1900s enco…
Herbert Hoover
Became president in 1929) was blamed for stock market crash &…
Personal Project Musicians
Louis Armstrong
Aretha Franklin
Micheal Jackson
Ella Fitzgerald
Jazz
Gospel
Pop
Soul
Louis Armstrong
Jazz
Aretha Franklin
Gospel
24 terms
Leik- Musculoskeletal System
Navicular Fracture
Colles Fracture
Cauda Equina Syndrome: S/S
Cauda Equina Syndrome: Cause
- wrist pain on palpation of the snuffbox... - hx of falling for…
- fracture of the distal radius (w/ or w/o ulnar fracture) of…
- Saddle anesthesia... - bladder incontinence or retention... - fec…
Pressure (usually d/t bulging disc) on a sacral nerve root re…
Navicular Fracture
- wrist pain on palpation of the snuffbox... - hx of falling for…
Colles Fracture
- fracture of the distal radius (w/ or w/o ulnar fracture) of…
29 terms
1920s pop culture
demographics
rural-urban split
barrios
great migration
statistics that describe a population; changed dramatically i…
a huge gap between those that live in rural society and those…
spanish speaking neighborhoods
more than 1.5 million African Americans moved to northern cit…
demographics
statistics that describe a population; changed dramatically i…
rural-urban split
a huge gap between those that live in rural society and those…
27 terms
USH1 - Pop Culture Influences
Joseph Pulitzer
William Randolph Hearst
Ashcan school
Mark Twain
A Hungarian immigrant who bought the New York World in 1883,…
Purchased the New York Morning Journal in 1895, owned the San…
An American Art school which painted urban life and working p…
Novelist and humorist
Joseph Pulitzer
A Hungarian immigrant who bought the New York World in 1883,…
William Randolph Hearst
Purchased the New York Morning Journal in 1895, owned the San…
22 terms
Jazz Unit --Am Pop
King Oliver
Count Basie
Sarah Vaughan
Benny Goodman
-cornet. -"chimes blues". -used mutes. -dixieland
-piano. -"One O'Clock Jump". -swing/big band
-piano, vocals. -"Fly Me to the Moon". -singers
-clarinet. -"Sing, Sing, Sing". -king of jazz/swing. -swing/b…
King Oliver
-cornet. -"chimes blues". -used mutes. -dixieland
Count Basie
-piano. -"One O'Clock Jump". -swing/big band
History Pop Quiz 10/12
Charles A. Lindenbergh
George Gershwin
Georgia O'Keeffe
Sinclair Lewis
first pilot to make a nonstop flight across the Atlantic
A Jewish composer
artist that made art to capture the majesty of New York
first American to win Nobel Peace Prize in literature
Charles A. Lindenbergh
first pilot to make a nonstop flight across the Atlantic
George Gershwin
A Jewish composer
30 terms
Chapter 11
18th Amendment
Al Capone
Andrew Mellon
Amelia Earhart
Prohibited making, selling, or transporting alcoholic beverag…
Chicago gang leader and most famous criminal ofthe Prohibitio…
Wealthy banker who was Harding's Sec. of Treasury. He advance…
American aviation pioneer and author. First femalepilot to fl…
18th Amendment
Prohibited making, selling, or transporting alcoholic beverag…
Al Capone
Chicago gang leader and most famous criminal ofthe Prohibitio…
47 terms
American Pop Funk Hoff
Timbre
ostinato
homophonic
sonata-allegro form
the distinct sound of an instrument
a repeated pattern over which music occurs
melody plus accompaniment
the exposition, development, A B, recapitulation
Timbre
the distinct sound of an instrument
ostinato
a repeated pattern over which music occurs
27 terms
Pop Music Exam
Vaudeville
Ira
Tin Pan Alley
Louis Armstrong
Type of entertainment
George Gershwin's brother
West 28th St. New York
Famous jazz trumpeter who developed his own style, in additio…
Vaudeville
Type of entertainment
Ira
George Gershwin's brother
22 terms
pop music final review
john philip sousa
irving berlin
scott joplin
w.c handy
march king
a very sucessful tpa song writer and he incorperated diverse…
father of ragtime and a pianist who appreciated african ameri…
brought the blues to the public and showed its potential for…
john philip sousa
march king
irving berlin
a very sucessful tpa song writer and he incorperated diverse…
29 terms
Literature Authors, Time Periods
Maya Angelou
Jane Austen
Ray Bradbury
Willa Cather
African-American modernist author/poet. 20th Century. "I Know…
British author. 18th century. "Pride and Prejudice," "Sense a…
American Modernist author. 20th century. "Fahrenheit 451." Th…
American Modernist author. 20th century. "My Antonia." Themes…
Maya Angelou
African-American modernist author/poet. 20th Century. "I Know…
Jane Austen
British author. 18th century. "Pride and Prejudice," "Sense a…
32 terms
Roots of pop rock and jazz
1920 1st commercial radio station KDKA
1922, how many radio stations?
1926 NBC had how many affiliates in No…
what was applied to the recording indu…
Pittsburgh
around 200
25
microphones and amplifiers
1920 1st commercial radio station KDKA
Pittsburgh
1922, how many radio stations?
around 200
25 terms
Pop Culture through Politics
The Watergate scandal was a major poli…
The affair began with the arrest of __…
President Nixon refused to turn ____ t…
What is the impact of the Watergate sc…
June 17, 1972
Five
Tape
Nixon resigned. The American public and the media developed a…
The Watergate scandal was a major poli…
June 17, 1972
The affair began with the arrest of __…
Five
17 terms
Famous People in the Roaring 20
Duke Ellington
Louis Armstrong
Cab Calloway
George Gerhgwin
Pop or Harlem: Harlem... Area of Expertise : Jazz Pianist and Co…
Pop or Harlem: Harlem... Area of Expertise : Trumpet Player... Why…
Pop or Harlem: Harlem... Area of Expertise : Drummer... Why so popu…
Pop or Harlem: Pop... Area of Expertise : Music Composer ... Why so…
Duke Ellington
Pop or Harlem: Harlem... Area of Expertise : Jazz Pianist and Co…
Louis Armstrong
Pop or Harlem: Harlem... Area of Expertise : Trumpet Player... Why…
30 terms
Pop culture final to study
Bing Crosby
George Gershwin
Louis Armstrong
Ella Fitzgerald
The first person to effectively use the microphone in pop music
Was basically the founder of pop music, a Russian immigrant o…
Mixed Jazz and hip hop music, great trumpet player and singer…
Was influenced by Louis Armstrong blues style
Bing Crosby
The first person to effectively use the microphone in pop music
George Gershwin
Was basically the founder of pop music, a Russian immigrant o…
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