MTSU MUS 1030 - Folk Music Traditions and Religious Music (2 pages)

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Middle Tennessee State University
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Mus 1030 - Introduction to Music
Introduction to Music Documents

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Introduction to Music Outline for Chapters 3 and 4 Folk Music Traditions and Religious Music I Traditional Folk Anglo Saxon culture of northeastern US combined with British influenced hymns and songs A Preservation 1 Oral tradition passed on from generation to generation 2 Folklorists collected transcribed and published traditional folk songs B Types 1 Narrative Ballads 2 Lyric Songs 3 Work Songs 4 Children s Songs 5 Protest Songs 6 Rally Songs 7 Dance Music C Urban Folk Revival 1 Began in 1958 Kingston Trio and continued into the 60s 2 Change Use of electric guitar by Bob Dylan in 1965 folk rock 3 Artists Arlo Guthrie Peter Paul and Mary Joan Baez II White Culture Religious Music A Roots 1 English Pilgrim and Puritan immigrants psalm singing B Performance Practices 2 Notated materials psalters hymnbook of psalms a Bay Psalm Book 1640 first hymnbook no notation 3 Non notated practices a Lining out C Singing Schools development of shape note singing 1 The Southern Harmony 2 The Sacred Harp D White Gospel Music 4 gospels of the Bible 1 Rural early 19th century a Performance venues church Sunday school revivals campground meetings 2 Urban late 19th century a Performance venues churches revivals tabernacles b Influential Figures 1 Moody and Sankey 2 Graham and Shea E Contemporary Christian Amy Grant Steven Curtis Chapman III Black Culture Music A Religious 1 Spiritual a Sources 1 Slaves 2 Adaptations of camp meeting hymns or folksongs of white culture 2 Black Gospel early 20th century 1 Influential figures a Thomas A Dorsey b Mahalia Jackson c Aretha Franklin B Secular 1 Blues most influential on other black music jazz R B etc a Influential figures 1 Muddy Waters 2 Howlin Wolf b Twelve bar blues form I IV V I 2 Urban Blues B B King with his guitar Lucille



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