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MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY
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MUSIC OF THE 20th TO 21st CENTURY

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  • 1.  Live music performance became important.  Emergence of popular, rock, jazz, folk, western and country music.
  • 2. This includes the singers, songwriters, composers, publishers, record industries, band managers, concert tour promoters, bookers and roadies. Sell compositions, recording, and performance in music.
  • 3. Dominated by sheet music publishers in late 19th to early 20th. Radio stations became an important venue for bands and solo singers to perform and become popular nationwide.
  • 4. With the invention of THOMAS EDISON of PHONOGRAPH in 1877, the way music is heard became different.
  • 5. Revival of musical pieces to fit the music preferences of the modern society.
  • 6.  “Triumphal March” by Giuseppe Verdi in his opera “Aida” has been using for years for the graduation march.  “Ode to Joy” by Beethoven was used in Whoopi Goldberg’s film, Sister Act 2, revived to “Joyful, Joyful” Boyce Avenue
  • 7. “MEDIA” – are means/ways to transfer or deliver one to another. Music can be accessible through tapes, compact discs (CD) and internet websites such as YouTube, 4shared, LoudTronix, ect.
  • 8. Some popular singers of today had just used the internet to show their talents. Pop singers and groups such as Justin Bieber, Caley Rae Jepsen, Soulja Boy, and the Pentatonix have used YouTube as media to express their talents in different part of the world.
  • 9. POPULAR MUSIC (“POP” MUSIC) - Product of the modern business enterprise and is disseminated for the purpose of earning a profit. - A music that is appealing to the majority of the population and became very popular and known within a certain period of time.
  • 10.  RnB  Rock ‘n’ roll  Punk  Heavy metal  Disco  Soul  Hiphop  Jazz  Mainstream  Crossover  Fusion  House music  World music  New age music
  • 11. ROCK ‘N’ ROLL - Characterized by the use of strong rhythm with accent on the upbeat and youth-oriented lyrics - The most popular form of music in the Western world during the late 1950 to mid- 1990s.
  • 12. ROCK ‘N’ ROLL - Usually performed with electric guitar, bass guitar, drum set, piano or keyboard. - The term “Rock ‘n’ Roll” was first coined by Allan Freed (1951) from the song “My Baby Rocks Me With A Steady Roll.”
  • 13. JAZZ MUSIC - Originated from New Orleans, Louisina in the 19th century. - Improvisation is the most important element. - It is played in syncopated pattern.
  • 14.  Buddy Bolden
  • 15. FOLK MUSIC - Traditional songs being handed down from generation to generation. - Ordinary people’s music - It also expresses the values, traditions, and daily life experiences of the people.
  • 16. COUNTRY MUSIC - Initially, a music that serves as an outlet of expression for hardships of people having an uneasy life. - It is the musical style of the people within a specific country.
  • 17. Today, country music is widely used to show pride of the kind of culture, traditions and treasures they have.

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