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History of Music in USA

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  • 1. USA MUSIC YENNY CADENA OSCAR OSORIO

2. What is for you? 3. American music through history The music history of the United States includes many styles of folk, popular and classical music. 4. Native American Music Consist of hundreds of ethnic groups across the country, each with their own unique styles of folk music. 5. This was followed by the importation of Africans as slaves, bringing their music with them. The Africans were as culturally varied as the Native Americans, descended from hundreds of ethnic groups in West Africa 6. American classical music The first music of this type in America were the Bay psalm books, such as the Ainsworth Psalter, brought over from Europe by the settlers of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. 7. Negro Spirituals 1700 Black slaves included songs based on Old Testament stories in their worship services. 8. Music in the colonies (1750-1800)Consisted of mostly theater, event, dance, and church music. It mains influence was to connect with a religion. 9. AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC Colonial New England choirs, and travelling singing masters like William Billings. 10. Here were created techniques and traditions like shape note, lined-out hymnody and Sacred Harp. Gradually spreading south and becoming an integral part of the Great Awakening. 11. th 19century It was not spirituals Peppy comic songs performed by minstrels in blackface, and written by legendary songwriters like Stephen Foster and Daniel Emmett. 12. During the Civil War, popular ballads were common, some used liberally by both the North and the South as patriotic songs. Finally, late in the century, the African American Cakewalk evolved into ragtime, which became a North American and European sensation. The famous ragtime composer was Scott Joplin through the publication in 1899 of the Maple Leaf Rag" . 13. SousaJohn SousaPhilip 14. John Philip Sousa (1854-1932) He was an American composer and conductor Of the late Romantic era, known particularly for American military and patriotic marches . He is known as "The March King" or the "American March King. Sousa composed 136 marches, 15 operettas, 70 songs and many other pieces. He worked as a theater musician and conducted the U.S. Marine Band before starting his own civilian band in 1892. Sousa toured with his band for 40 years and was indisputably the most famous musical act in the world. 15. Stars and Stripes Forever 16. Gospel Gospel music is composed and performed for many purposes, including aesthetic pleasure, religious or ceremonial purposes, and as an entertainment product for the marketplace. 17. 19th century The first published use of the term Gospel Song" probably appeared in 1874 when Philip Bliss released a songbook entitled Gospel Songs. A Choice Collection of Hymns and Tunes. 18. JAZZ 1900s 19. Jazz is a music that originated at the beginning of the 20th century, arguably earlier, within the African-American communities of the Southern United States. 20. From its early development until the present day, jazz has also incorporated elements from popular music especially, in its early days, from American popular music 21. Louis Armstrong (August 4, 1901 July 6, 1971) Nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz Trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Lousiana. Coming to prominence in the 1920s as an "inventive" cornet and trumpet player, he was a foundational influence in jazz, shifting the focus of the music from collective improvisation to solo performance. 22. 1920 23. It is genre of American popular music that originated in the rural regions of the Southern United States. It takes its roots from southeastern American folk music, Western cowboy. 24. First generation (1920s) Jimmy Rodgers was important. His songs were first captured at a historic recording session in Bristol , where Ralph Peer was the talent scout and sound recordist. He fused hillbilly country, gospel, jazz, blues, pop, cowboy, and folk; and many of his best songs were his compositions, including Blue Yodel, which sold over a million records and established Rodgers as the premier singer of early country music. 25. THANK YOU 26. USA MUSIC YENNY CADENA OSCAR OSORIO 27. 1940s and 1950s 28. 1954Bill Haley and the comets Bill Haley & His Comets was an American rock and roll band that was founded in 1952 and continued until Haley's death in 1981. 29. Maybellene 1955s It is a song recorded by Chuck Berry the story of a hot rod race and a broken romance. 30. Elvis Aaron Presley(January 8, 1935 August 16, 197 31. British invasion 1964 32. Psychedelic Rock 1968s It is a style of rock music inspired or influenced by psychedelic culture. Attempts to replicate and enhance the mind-altering experiences of psychedelic drugs. It was pioneered by musicians including The Beatles, The Byrds, and The Yardbirds, emerging as a genre during the mid 1960s among folk rock and blues rock bands in the United Kingdom and United States, such as Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Cream, The Doors and Pink Floyd 33. Disco 1970sIts initial audiences were club-goers from the African American, LGBT, psychedelic communities in New York City and Philadelphia during the late 1960's and early 1970s.1970's. 34. Salsa 1970s Salsa was initially recorded, promoted, and marketed in New York during the 1970s. Some of the founding salsa artists include Johnny Pacheco and Celia Cruz. 35. Punk Rock 1975sPunk bands created fast, hard-edged music, typically with short songs, stripped-down instrumentation, and often political, anti-establishment lyrics. 36. By late 1976, bands such as the Ramones, in New York City, and the Sex Pistols and The Clash, in London, were recognized as the vanguard of a new musical movement. 37. lives.Hip hop music 1978 38. POP (August 29, 1958 June 25, 2009)The King of Pop, or by his initials MJ. 39. BLUES 40. VIDEO: What is the Blues Walk through Blue Music History 41. Grammy Award 42. A Grammy Award (originally called Gramophone Award) or Grammy is an accolade by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry 43. It is the music equivalent to: 1. The Emmy Awards for television 44. 2. The Tony Awards for stage performances 45. 3. The Academy Awards for motion pictures. 46. Following the 2011 ceremony, NARAS overhauled many Grammy Award categories for 2012. The 55th Grammy Awards were held on February 10, 2013, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. 47. History The Grammy Awards had their origin in the Hollywood Walk of Fame project in the 1950s. VIDEO: 48. Grammy Awards 2013 Winners VIDEO: grammy awards history part 1 VIDEO: Grammys An Animated History 49. THANK YOU