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The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance. 1919-1929. Alain Locke from “ Harlem ” published in Survey Graphic:.

By montego
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COMPOSITION

COMPOSITION

COMPOSITION. Composition in Art & Music. Composition – an arrangement of elements of art or music into a unified whole (unified by the intent of the artist in traditional theory; unified by the perception of it as a work of art by the perceiver according to contemporary critical theory).

By biana
(142 views)

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson. Aretha Franklin. Sam Cooke. J ames Brown. Duke Ellington. Bob Marley. Louis Armstrong. BB King. Billie Holiday. Marvin Gaye. Nat King Cole. Harry Belafonte. Ray Charles. Tina Turner.

By gunnar
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Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Classroom Activities. The Red Scare & Immigration. Activity #1 Political Cartoon Analysis. Look at the political cartoon on page 272 Read the captions that discuss the symbolism in this cartoon. What do you think the title “Put Them Out and Keep Them Out” means?

By damien
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Richard Stoltzman

Richard Stoltzman

Richard Stoltzman. By: Dylan . Facts about Richard Stoltzman. Richard Stoltzman broke down the audiences Was born on July 12 1942 in Omaha, Nebraska He graduated in 1960 . More facts about Richard Stoltzman. He spent his early days traveling

By halima
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Jazz Music

Jazz Music

Jazz Music. Louis Armstrong. Helped make jazz popular in the 1920’s. He was a singer and a dancer. He was a big part of the jazz age. Jelly Roll M orton. He was an A merican ragtime early jazz pianist He was a band leader and composer . He started his career in New O rleans.

By duman
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Bebop,Cool , Free Jazz

Bebop,Cool , Free Jazz

Bebop,Cool , Free Jazz. Kind of Blue. Miles (Dewey) Davis (III)-1926-1991-musician, composer, trumpeter, bandleader, innovator. Creator of cool jazz, modal jazz, and jazz fusion. Davis’ career began with bebop, moving through hard bop, ending in the late 80s going electric. Miles quotes.

By flower
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Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance. 1920’s. By: Reda Z. & Deniz Y. . Background: S ummary. Renaissance: an awakening of some sort Harlem renaissance symbolizes the upsurge of black consciousness in the US Flourish of African American culture, music, and visual arts

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White Patronage of the Cotton Club

White Patronage of the Cotton Club

White Patronage of the Cotton Club. By Jackie Geddis. Organization. Attitude of time Atmosphere Entertainers. Attitude of the Time. Negative Slavery recent Neighborhood reputation. Atmosphere. Jungle theme whites-only. Entertainers. Duke Ellington Fields and Mchugh. Questions?.

By morton
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From Analysis to Action

From Analysis to Action

From Analysis to Action. 4 Frogs?. From general to specific What are we actually going to do?. “I can’t finish nothing without a deadline baby” Duke Ellington. Action Planning. and... What Cost?. I keep six honest serving men (They taught me all I knew)

By gizi
(112 views)

Romare Bearden

Romare Bearden

Romare Bearden. VISUAL JAZZ. Romare Bearden.

By kaipo
(108 views)

The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance. By: Toni- Moi Campbell. Facts. The Harlem Renaissance was a period between 1910-1930 in New York City's Harlem that saw the flourishing of African-American art, literature, music and politics. Background.

By bethan
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Edward K. ‘Duke’ Ellington

Edward K. ‘Duke’ Ellington

Edward K. ‘Duke’ Ellington. By Tyler Hosler. Duke Ellington. Born April 29 th , 1899 in Washington D.C. Died May 24 th , 1974 in New York City of lung cancer and pneumonia . He began playing piano at age 7 and made his first professional appearance at age 17.

By trynt
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The Roaring 20s

The Roaring 20s

The Roaring 20s. America withdraws from world power back to isolationism. Red Scare. Paranoia over the Russian Revolution and spread of communism led to Red scare hysteria directed against immigrants, anarchists, socialists, communists, and labor organizers. Palmer Raids.

By britain
(211 views)

Multicultural Literature

Multicultural Literature

Multicultural Literature. Monday, October 8th Turn in articles & Essay materials Speaker Go to book room and pick up Zora Neale Hurston’s “Their eyes were watching God .”. REMEMBER! Due Next Class!. Read the first chapter of “Their eyes were watching God.”

By maddy
(119 views)

HARLEM RENAISSANCE

HARLEM RENAISSANCE

Khalil Dickerson 2 nd period March 7,2011. HARLEM RENAISSANCE. The Art of the Harlem Renaissance. Art. Between 1920-1930 an unprecedented outburst of creative activity among African-Americans occurred in all fields of art.

By chaeli
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The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance. A Slide Show By Your (Nearly) Technologically Savvy Professor, Chris De Santis. Images of Harlem. “A City Within A City”. The Black Yankees. Flapper Girls. A Parade in Harlem. Protest March. Shoe Shine Man. Soldiers on Parade. A Harlem Wedding Party.

By damisi
(155 views)

How Many Musicians Are There?

How Many Musicians Are There?

How Many Musicians Are There?. What do you see?. What does it look like this person doing?. How many musicians do you see?. When only one musician is playing and instrument or singing, he or she is performing a solo.

By rod
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WHAT IDEAS/EVENTS DURING THE 1920s ILLUSTRATE THE RURAL/URBAN CONFLICT?

WHAT IDEAS/EVENTS DURING THE 1920s ILLUSTRATE THE RURAL/URBAN CONFLICT?

2. Daily Quote &Question (DQ ). 2. “ It isn't where you came from, its where you're going that counts. ” -ELLA FITZGERALD. SONG FOR THE DAY: SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME. WHAT IDEAS/EVENTS DURING THE 1920s ILLUSTRATE THE RURAL/URBAN CONFLICT?. 2. Daily Quote &Question (DQ ). 2.

By maia
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History of Jazz

History of Jazz

History of Jazz. Miss Paschall 8 th Grade General Music. Blues. Developed in the 1800s Continues today Exists in every time period and style Name a modern blues musician. Ragtime (1890-1917). Composed piano music written by African Americans Influenced jazz

By ronny
(110 views)

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