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Scott Joplin (1868-1917) King of Ragtime From purely improvisation to serious art Classical forms Highly syncopated melodies “Maple Leaf Rag” Sectional dance form Sheet music - over a million sold Blues Truly American form of folk music 12 bar blues progression (p. 423) Blue notes

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scott joplin 1868 1917
Scott Joplin (1868-1917)
  • King of Ragtime
    • From purely improvisation to serious art
    • Classical forms
  • Highly syncopated melodies
  • “Maple Leaf Rag”
    • Sectional dance form
    • Sheet music - over a million sold
blues
Blues
  • Truly American form of folk music
  • 12 bar blues progression (p. 423)
  • Blue notes
early jazz
Early Jazz
  • New Orleans
  • African-American elements
    • Ragtime, blues
    • Spirituals, work songs
  • Improvisation
  • Congo Square
  • Storyville
later jazz styles
Later Jazz Styles
  • Bebop
  • Cool jazz
  • Third Stream
  • Fusion
american musical theater
American Musical Theater
  • Developed from comic opera
  • Victor Herbert; Jerome Kern
  • Cole Porter; Frank Loesser
  • Lerner & Loewe
  • Rogers & Hammerstein
  • Stephen Sondheim; Andrew Lloyd Webber
leonard bernstein 1918 1990
Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)
  • Report on Leonard Bernstein by Meredith Carr
bernstein west side story
Bernstein - West Side Story
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Act I “The Dance at the Gym, Mambo”
    • Afro-Cuban dance
    • Fast- highly syncopated
  • Act I “Tonight” ensemble
    • Fire escape (balcony scene)
rise of rock roll
Rise of Rock & Roll
  • Union of---
    • African-American rhythm and blues
    • Country/western and pop music
  • mid 50’s
    • Bill Haley; Elvis Presley
    • Chuck Berry; Little Richard
  • Motown
  • The Beatles