Jazz History

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23 Questions - Developed by: Hailey Hamilton - Developed on: - 2.649 taken

  • 1
    Beat and rhythm are the same
  • 2
    A group of beats is called a "bar" or a "measure"
  • 3
    Music always has a clearly defined beat
  • 4
    Motor Rhythm places a heavy emphasis on the beat, usually for dancing
  • 5
    Tin Pan Alley is a street in New York
  • 6
    Ragtime music was almost always performed on the piano
  • 7
    Sermons in the Black Church were often sung in an even rhythmic style
  • 8
    Call and Response came in part from work songs
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    Dixieland Jazz music is played with a "swing" rhythmic feel
  • 10
    Bass lines in Dixieland as played by the tuba often had an oom-pah feel
  • 11
    The clarinet always played the main melody during the "head"
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    The first percussion instrument used in Dixieland was the drum set
  • 13
    Vamps are sections that repeat once and then move on to new music immediately
  • 14
    Beat and Rhythm are the same
  • 15
    A group of beats is called a "bar" or a "measure"
  • 16
    Music always has a clearly defined beat
  • 17
    Motor Rhythm places heavy emphasis on the beat, usually for dancing or working
  • 18
    Vaudeville shows were one way songs were popularized before radio
  • 19
    Ragtime music imitated the playing style of Bottle-neck blues
  • 20
    Songs are almost played in one texture or another, but rarely all three
  • 21
    Monophonic texture sounds very busy and chaotic
  • 22
    Spirituals in the Black Church were sung with a steady beat
  • 23
    Call and Response came in part from work songs and sermons

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