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History of Rock Music
Tin Pan Alley
The Swing Era
Race Music
Hillbilly Music
Term describing the music publishing industry in the first ha…
Name given to the period from 1935-1946 when big band jazz wa…
A catchall term to describe any records or songs by black art…
Traditional old music of the rural southern United States, wi…
Tin Pan Alley
Term describing the music publishing industry in the first ha…
The Swing Era
Name given to the period from 1935-1946 when big band jazz wa…
18 terms
History of Rock Music Midterm
The Twist
Tin Pan Alley
Phil Spector
Maybellene
An American pop song written and released by Hank Ballard and…
A physical place that produced and wrote popular music. It wa…
An American record producer that helped begin the "girl group…
A song by Chuck Berry which was adapted from a fiddle tune na…
The Twist
An American pop song written and released by Hank Ballard and…
Tin Pan Alley
A physical place that produced and wrote popular music. It wa…
History of Rock Music
by not following a question/ question/…
Piano
horns
three groups of four phrases
how does Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" break with standard bl…
Which of following instruments can be used along with or in p…
Which instruments are often added to tracks to provide an add…
The 12-bar blues form consists of
by not following a question/ question/…
how does Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" break with standard bl…
Piano
Which of following instruments can be used along with or in p…
29 terms
History of Rock Music
Jump Blues
Tin Pan Alley
Maybellene
Crossover
The first commercially successful ... category of rhythm & ... blue…
Reborn in the "new style"--take over of rock n roll by the so…
The reverse crossover! Ida Mac.
Pop music- establishment & super imposing their conception of…
Jump Blues
The first commercially successful ... category of rhythm & ... blue…
Tin Pan Alley
Reborn in the "new style"--take over of rock n roll by the so…
Music History Jazz/ Rock
most common rhythm. uses the 1,4,5, ch…
improvisatory feel, began outside of j…
new orleans, lots of improv with sever…
lard scale jazz by big bands meant to…
12 bar blues
ragtime
dixie land
swing
most common rhythm. uses the 1,4,5, ch…
12 bar blues
improvisatory feel, began outside of j…
ragtime
History of Rock: Music Terms
tempo
dynamics
scat singing
Ballad
speed of the music
Louds and softs of the music
style of singing in which nonsense syllables, yodels, and oth…
a song that tells a story with the same music used in each st…
tempo
speed of the music
dynamics
Louds and softs of the music
19 terms
Rock Music History: Defintions
Country Blues
Work Songs
12- Bar Blues Form
Polyrhythm
*is acoustic, mainly guitar-driven forms of the blues, that m…
*is a piece of music closely connected to a form of work, eit…
*changes is one of the most prominent chord progressions in p…
*is the simultaneous use of two or more conflicting rhythms,…
Country Blues
*is acoustic, mainly guitar-driven forms of the blues, that m…
Work Songs
*is a piece of music closely connected to a form of work, eit…
History of Rock Music: Unit 1
Meter
Crossover
Call and Response
Backbeat
Ways of organizing rhythm & beats in music
Musical works or performers appearing on one or more record c…
Succession of 2 distinct phrases usually played by different…
Sharp rhythmic accent on the 2nd and 4th beat
Meter
Ways of organizing rhythm & beats in music
Crossover
Musical works or performers appearing on one or more record c…
22 terms
Rock Music History
Alan Freed
Electro- Theremin
Pat Boone
Phil Spector
...
...
Alan Freed
Electro- Theremin
...
117 terms
History of rock music
Both work songs and field hollers some…
Call and response
Field holler
Recordings became so important in rock…
Over saw their work
A leader sings out a phrase and the group then signs a copy v…
An individual worker signs laments about the tasks required o…
Lip sync
Both work songs and field hollers some…
Over saw their work
Call and response
A leader sings out a phrase and the group then signs a copy v…
History of Rock Music Chapter 8
"Evil Ways" includes a strong emphasis…
What band started a concept album call…
What instrument does not appear on Car…
Frank Zappa created music that: (see p…
Latin rhythms
The Who
Electric guitar
Included jazz and classical influences
"Evil Ways" includes a strong emphasis…
Latin rhythms
What band started a concept album call…
The Who
79 terms
History of Rock Music
by not following a question/ question/…
Piano
horns
three groups of four phrases
how does Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" break with standard bl…
Which of following instruments can be used along with or in p…
Which instruments are often added to tracks to provide an add…
The 12-bar blues form consists of
by not following a question/ question/…
how does Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" break with standard bl…
Piano
Which of following instruments can be used along with or in p…
30 terms
History of Rock: Elements of Music
Rhythm
Organized in Time
Varying the length of the sound
Texture
_________ draws us into the music
In rock, rhythm refers to the way musical sounds are _________
Rhythmic patterns are produced by _________
Rhythm can be described by _________
Rhythm
_________ draws us into the music
Organized in Time
In rock, rhythm refers to the way musical sounds are _________
33 terms
Music History of Rock and Roll
"Cross Road Blues"
"St. Louis Blues"
"Three O' Clock Blues"
"(I'm Your) Hoochie - Coochie Man"
Artist - Robert Johnson... Year - 1936... What is the significance…
Artist - Bessie Smith ... Year - 1925... What is the significance o…
Artist - B.B. King... Year -1952... What is the significance of the…
Artist - Muddy Waters... Year - 1954... What is the significance of…
"Cross Road Blues"
Artist - Robert Johnson... Year - 1936... What is the significance…
"St. Louis Blues"
Artist - Bessie Smith ... Year - 1925... What is the significance o…
15 terms
History of Rock Music Final
"Could it Be I'm Falling in Love"
"Thank You"
"I Shot the Sheriff"
"The Message"
By: The Spinners... Album: Spinners
By: Sly and the Family Stone... Album: I'm Back! Family & Friends
By: Bob Marley and the Wailers... Album: Burnin'
By: Grandmaster Flash ... Album: The Message
"Could it Be I'm Falling in Love"
By: The Spinners... Album: Spinners
"Thank You"
By: Sly and the Family Stone... Album: I'm Back! Family & Friends
33 terms
Music: History of Rock and Roll
Robert Johnson, "Cross Road Blues" (19…
Bessie Smith, "St. Louis Blues" (1925)
B.B. King, "Three O' Clock Blues" (1952)
Muddy Waters, "Hoochie Coochie Man" (1…
call and response, slide guitar, "sold soul to the devil to l…
call and response, freedom/own style, improvisation, talking…
pitch bending, vibrato, instrumentation is expanding, vocals=…
Mississippi Delta to Chicago, amplification, stop time riff,…
Robert Johnson, "Cross Road Blues" (19…
call and response, slide guitar, "sold soul to the devil to l…
Bessie Smith, "St. Louis Blues" (1925)
call and response, freedom/own style, improvisation, talking…
61 terms
history of rock music 2
I want to hold your hand
tomorrow never knows
house of the rising sun
i can't get no satisfaction
the beatles
the beatles
the animals
the rolling stones
I want to hold your hand
the beatles
tomorrow never knows
the beatles
71 terms
History of Rock Music
Stars and Stripes Forever
I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown…
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
Smoke on the Water
John Phillip Sousa
Stephen Foster
Paul Robeson
Deep Purple
Stars and Stripes Forever
John Phillip Sousa
I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown…
Stephen Foster
21 terms
Rock music history
American Blues Revival
Rolling Stones
Drone strings
The Who
A genre and musical form originated in the deep south of the us
English rock bank formed in London in 1962
*Can be achieved through a sustained sound through repetition…
*english rock band that formed in 1964... *Lead singer:Roger Dal…
American Blues Revival
A genre and musical form originated in the deep south of the us
Rolling Stones
English rock bank formed in London in 1962
Music - Rock history
surf rock
progressive rock
soul rock
folk rock
60's, harmonies, multiple vocal layers, falsetto
70's, non musical sounds, odd lyrics, occasionally strange ti…
60's, gospel choir, jazzy brass instruments, large vocal range
60's, acoustic, thin texture, focus's on lyrics rather than i…
surf rock
60's, harmonies, multiple vocal layers, falsetto
progressive rock
70's, non musical sounds, odd lyrics, occasionally strange ti…
34 terms
History of Rock Music
Rocket 88
Shake, Rattle, & Roll
Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean
Tutti Frutti (original)
Jackie Brenson/Ike Turner band
Big Joe Turner
Ruth Brown
Little Richard
Rocket 88
Jackie Brenson/Ike Turner band
Shake, Rattle, & Roll
Big Joe Turner
History of Rock Music
Hank Williams
Jimmie Rodgers
Ruth Brown
Chuck Berry
Hey Good Lookin ... Country... 1951... MGM
Blue Yodel #9 ... Country... 1931... RCA Victor
Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean... R&B... 1953... Atlantic
Rock and Roll Music ... 1958... Chess
Hank Williams
Hey Good Lookin ... Country... 1951... MGM
Jimmie Rodgers
Blue Yodel #9 ... Country... 1931... RCA Victor
79 terms
History of Rock Music
by not following a question/ question/…
Piano
horns
three groups of four phrases
how does Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" break with standard bl…
Which of following instruments can be used along with or in p…
Which instruments are often added to tracks to provide an add…
The 12-bar blues form consists of
by not following a question/ question/…
how does Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" break with standard bl…
Piano
Which of following instruments can be used along with or in p…
52 terms
HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC
alternative music
Where was alternative music develop?
alternative opposite of
alternative music created a space in r…
also post-punk or grunge
Seattle, WA; Athens, GA; Austin, TX; and Minneapolis, MN.
mainstream
grunge, riot girl, latino artists, hip-hop, rap and rhythm an…
alternative music
also post-punk or grunge
Where was alternative music develop?
Seattle, WA; Athens, GA; Austin, TX; and Minneapolis, MN.
29 terms
Music 209- Rock History
McCarthyism
Prosperity
Rebellion!!
The Beats:
Blacklist, including entertainers
Baby boom, women's rights, teen culture, "youths were given i…
Kids breakaway from authority and not had a chance to express…
William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, "American…
McCarthyism
Blacklist, including entertainers
Prosperity
Baby boom, women's rights, teen culture, "youths were given i…
History of Rock Music
by not following a question/ question/…
Piano
horns
three groups of four phrases
how does Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" break with standard bl…
Which of following instruments can be used along with or in p…
Which instruments are often added to tracks to provide an add…
The 12-bar blues form consists of
by not following a question/ question/…
how does Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" break with standard bl…
Piano
Which of following instruments can be used along with or in p…
7 terms
Music - Rock history
surf rock
progressive rock
soul rock
folk rock
60's, harmonies, multiple vocal layers, falsetto
70's, non musical sounds, odd lyrics, occasionally strange ti…
60's, gospel choir, jazzy brass instruments, large vocal range
60's, acoustic, thin texture, focus's on lyrics rather than i…
surf rock
60's, harmonies, multiple vocal layers, falsetto
progressive rock
70's, non musical sounds, odd lyrics, occasionally strange ti…
History of Rock Music
by not following a question/ question/…
Piano
horns
three groups of four phrases
how does Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" break with standard bl…
Which of following instruments can be used along with or in p…
Which instruments are often added to tracks to provide an add…
The 12-bar blues form consists of
by not following a question/ question/…
how does Jackie Brenston's "Rocket 88" break with standard bl…
Piano
Which of following instruments can be used along with or in p…
94 terms
History of Rock Music
Mersey Beat
George Martin
Skiffle
Trad Jazz
Music publication that carried news about local liverpool ban…
5th Beatle, producer for the Beatle's record company EMI.
uptempo bouncy renditions of American roots music such as gos…
UK musicians performing early jazz, Traditional jazz
Mersey Beat
Music publication that carried news about local liverpool ban…
George Martin
5th Beatle, producer for the Beatle's record company EMI.
History of Rock Music
"Woodman Spare That Tree"
"Old Joe Clark"
"Boatman's Dance"
"Maple Leaf Rag"
Henry Russel, anglo american, clear metrical structure, harmony
Ben Jarell, anglo american, Heterophony, vernacular lyric. so…
Dan Emmett, minstrel, af-am contribution, banjo bones tambour…
Scott Joplin, started in St. Louis saloons, syncopation and p…
"Woodman Spare That Tree"
Henry Russel, anglo american, clear metrical structure, harmony
"Old Joe Clark"
Ben Jarell, anglo american, Heterophony, vernacular lyric. so…
50 terms
History of rock music FINAL
Who performed the Twist? Who covered i…
Where was the city center for Motown
Where was the center of folk music?
Saturday Night Fever
Hank Ballard. Chubby Checker. Hugest dance craze in America
Detriot, Michigan
Greenwich Village, NY
Put disco on the map... John Travolta
Who performed the Twist? Who covered i…
Hank Ballard. Chubby Checker. Hugest dance craze in America
Where was the city center for Motown
Detriot, Michigan
History of Rock Music - Exam 1
Meter
Crossover
Call and Response
Backbeat
Establishes how music will be notated within a certain meter…
Musical works or performers who appeal to different types of…
When an instrument or vocal line is immediately answered or r…
A sharp rhythmic accent on the second and fourth beats of a m…
Meter
Establishes how music will be notated within a certain meter…
Crossover
Musical works or performers who appeal to different types of…
HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC
what year was rock music developed?
it has roots in 1940's and 1950's
typical instruments that were used were
Types of rock:
the 1960's
rock and roll, rhythm and blues, country music, folk music, j…
guitars, electric bass guitar, bass, piano and drums.
garage rock, blues rock, pop rock, folk rock, psychedelic roc…
what year was rock music developed?
the 1960's
it has roots in 1940's and 1950's
rock and roll, rhythm and blues, country music, folk music, j…
88 terms
History of Rock Music (Music 104)
Griots
Improvisation
syncopated rhythm
call and response
...
...
...
...
Griots
...
Improvisation
...
58 terms
History of Rock Music Test 1 cards
Tin Pan Alley
Tin Pan Alley composers
Swing Era
Race music
The term describing the music publishing industry in the firs…
Irving Berlin, George and Ira Gershwin, Richard Rodgers, Lore…
The name given to the period from 1935-1946 when big band jaz…
A catchall term to describe any records or songs by black art…
Tin Pan Alley
The term describing the music publishing industry in the firs…
Tin Pan Alley composers
Irving Berlin, George and Ira Gershwin, Richard Rodgers, Lore…
13 terms
History of Rock: Music styles
soft rock
southern rock
motown
folk
...
...
uneven
...
soft rock
...
southern rock
...
History of Rock Music Chapter 4
The Beatles started as the Quarry Men,…
During the 1960s, The Rolling Stones b…
Controversy erupted in 1966 over a rem…
British Invasion bands like Gerry and…
Skiffle
After the Beatles
The church
Were extremely popular in the United States
The Beatles started as the Quarry Men,…
Skiffle
During the 1960s, The Rolling Stones b…
After the Beatles
History of rock music WOU
Syncopation
Improvisation
Arrangement
Chord/Harmony
...
...
...
...
Syncopation
...
Improvisation
...
60 terms
FHS - History of Rock Music
Jimmie Rodgers
Hank Williams
Edwin Hawkins Singers
Bessie Smith
Blue Yodel
Ramblin' Man
Oh Happy Day
St. Louis Blues
Jimmie Rodgers
Blue Yodel
Hank Williams
Ramblin' Man
History Of Rock and Roll Music
I Ain't Gonna Play No 2nd Fiddle
When the Sun Goes Down
Honky Tonk Train
Jumpin' at the Woodside
Bessie Smith - Classic Blues
Leroy Carr - Classic Blues
Mead Lux Lewis - Boogie Woogie
Count Basie - Jump Swing
I Ain't Gonna Play No 2nd Fiddle
Bessie Smith - Classic Blues
When the Sun Goes Down
Leroy Carr - Classic Blues
Music Rock History
How did the band Fallout Boy get its n…
Which of these bands did NOT influence…
Which member of The Beatles was murder…
What is Green Day's most successful al…
B
C
A
B
How did the band Fallout Boy get its n…
B
Which of these bands did NOT influence…
C
History of Rock Music - Exam 2
Delayed Backbeat
Acid Tests
Beat Poets
Counterculture
Signature characteristic of the Stax records ("In The Midnigh…
A series of parties held by author Ken Kesey in the San Franc…
Central elements of Beat culture are rejection of standard na…
An anti-establishment cultural phenomenon that developed firs…
Delayed Backbeat
Signature characteristic of the Stax records ("In The Midnigh…
Acid Tests
A series of parties held by author Ken Kesey in the San Franc…
36 terms
History of Rock Music Test 1
Rock and Rollin
Alan Freed
Moondog's Cornation ball (Alan Freed)
Rockabilly
-was originally a euphemism for having sex.... -Trixie Smith
linked the term rock and roll to rhythm and blues.... -In 1951…
Freed's first big event in 1952; 25,000 people showed up, mos…
was the latest take in a long line of country takes on black…
Rock and Rollin
-was originally a euphemism for having sex.... -Trixie Smith
Alan Freed
linked the term rock and roll to rhythm and blues.... -In 1951…
121 terms
History of Rock Music Final Exam
Latin rock
True
arranging songs into elaborate concept…
the Rolling Stones
Santana's music is often referred to as:
Jazz rock was the source of enormous controversy within the j…
All of the following are characteristics of the singer-songwr…
Aerosmith was often compared to which British band?
Latin rock
Santana's music is often referred to as:
True
Jazz rock was the source of enormous controversy within the j…
Art and History of Rock Music
Minstrelsy attempted to present...
There were African-American minstrel p…
"Jim Crow," the name applied to legisl…
Paying for Play," the practice in whic…
a stereotypical caricature of African-American culture for wh…
True
The subservient, slow-witted, rural character
a legal and accepted practice.
Minstrelsy attempted to present...
a stereotypical caricature of African-American culture for wh…
There were African-American minstrel p…
True
19 terms
History of Rock: Music Events
Payola Investigation
AFM Recording ban
Radio Broadcasters Boycott ASCAP
Billboard Charts name changes
Caused a rivalry between ASCAP and BMI... congressional investig…
...
...
...
Payola Investigation
Caused a rivalry between ASCAP and BMI... congressional investig…
AFM Recording ban
...
8 terms
History of Rock Music Exam 2 Folk Rock
Bob Dylan
The Byrds
Newport '65
The Turtles
o His early songs like "Blowin' in the Wind" and the "The tim…
o "Mr. Tambourine Man"-
the Blues Project at the ____ Folk Festival and got booed
o "It Ain't Me, Babe"
Bob Dylan
o His early songs like "Blowin' in the Wind" and the "The tim…
The Byrds
o "Mr. Tambourine Man"-
15 terms
History of Rock Music Final
Jimi Hendrix
Summer of Love
The Haight-Ashbury
Woodstock Music and Art Festival
Became famous in the clubs of London
Occured in 1967
Neighborhood in San Francisco
Held in 1969
Jimi Hendrix
Became famous in the clubs of London
Summer of Love
Occured in 1967
163 terms
History of Rock Music: Exam 2
Herman's Hermits
1964
blues-inspired cover songs
False
Peter Noone was the lead singer to which of the following Bri…
The Beatles arrived in the United States in which year?
The early songs in the Rolling Stones' career were primarily
The Beatles played their last public concert at Yankee Stadiu…
Herman's Hermits
Peter Noone was the lead singer to which of the following Bri…
1964
The Beatles arrived in the United States in which year?
History of Rock Music Test
Members of The Beatles
The Rolling Stones
Cream
The Who
John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Star (pet…
Mick Jagger, keith Richards
...
Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, Roger Daltry;... Mod…
Members of The Beatles
John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Star (pet…
The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, keith Richards
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