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  • 1. The 60s as a decade of music was probably the mostinfluential on the people. It made them act in waysunimaginable even today. Most people think of musicin the 60s as a bunch of peace and love, but there wasmore to the music than that.The BeatlesThe Beatles ware probably the most popular band inthe sixties.
  • 2. The 70s were an artists decade, where more and moreartists and bands were being recognized. You could gointo a record store and see albums from people youhad never heard of, and a week later they were aninternational powerhouse. The 70s were probably thegreatest musical decadeever. Kiss Elton John
  • 3. The 80s were a decade dominated by big hairedscreamers A.K.A. hard rockers like Metallica, MotleyCrue, and Poison. Even though hard rock ruled, many newstyles emerged like hip hop ,with pioneers such as Run -D.M.C., and Public Enemy. Run DMC. michael jackson
  • 4. The 90s were probably the decade with the greatestvariety of styles of music. The early 90s were ruled bygrunge bands like Guns n Roses, Nirvana, SoundGarden, and Alice in Chains. Music from previous decadessadly did not become as popular again, but you hear a lotof it in hip-hop. Rancid Spice Girls
  • 5. Rod Stewart at Copacabana Beach 1994 [3,500,000]. ANew Years celebration featuring Rod Stewart with thelargest concert crowd ever. The wonderful CopacabanaBeach in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil was overcrowed withsinging and celebrating audience.
  • 6. New York Philharmonic in Central Park 1986 [800,000].The largest classical concert that celebrated therededication of the Statue of Liberty.
  • 7. Garth Brooks in Central Park [750,000] was a greatcountry concert with excited and cheering “cowboys” in theaudience. Brooks performed classics as “Friends in LowPlaces”, and “The Dance”.
  • 8. Steve Wozniak’s 1983 US Festival [670,000] was aculture festival sponsored by one of the co-founders ofApple Computers, Steve Wozniak. It was held in Californiawith great performers like Motley Crue, U2 and DavidBowie.
  • 9. Summer Jam at Watkins Glen [600,000+]. A huge hippyconcert held at the Grand Prix auto circuit in WatkinsGlen, New York, with bands like The Grateful Dead and theAllman Brothers.
  • 10. DeafnessAs a child, he practiced to stop his father beating hismother. As a man, his name is synonymous with musicalmastery, and he wrote the most famous notes of music inthe history of man. According to FlameHorse (who knowshis classical music), “(Beethoven’s) finest works are alsothe finest works of their kind in music history: the 9thSymphony, the 5th Piano Concerto, the Violin Concerto, theLate Quartets, and the Missa Solemnis. And he achievedall this despite being completely deaf for the last 25 yearsof his life”.
  • 11. Auto Accident- full arm amputationDriving to a 1984 New Year’s Eve party, Def Lepparddrummer Rick Allen was thrown from his Corvette, severinghis left arm. Doctors initially reattached the arm, but wereforced to remove it due to infection. Soon after, Allen andsome engineers designed an electronic drum kit allowinghis left foot to play the snare.
  • 12. Industrial Accident- partial finger amputationAfter an accident in a sheet metal factory, 17 year oldsouthpaw Tony Iommi lost the tips of the middle and ringfinger of his right hand. He considered quitting music, but arecord by similarly-injured jazz guitarist Django Reinhardtencouraged him to keep playing. After failing at playingright-handed, Iommi strung his guitars with banjo stringsand wore plastic covers over the two damaged fingers.
  • 13. Jazz (UK: Jazz) is a musical one developed by a group ofblack people in the United States (African Americans) in thelate 20th century, with a special note, the Blues are shortstroke strokes swing to strike the answer. live music by jazzand classical music as a kind of United States of America.
  • 14. The meaning of the word jazz. I have tried a varietyof definitions. Which are difficult to define. Within themeaning of the word in the dictionary Jazz Thailand byWattana Panich said Bay Village is a short music rhythmdance game, play this kind of music, dancing to the musicof this kind. Oxford dictionaries for the Ford defined that "Aborn musician of African American descent whose rhythmis playing loosely coordinated by the musicians themselveswhile playing".
  • 15. El Duke Hamilton said before. "Jazz music is all together"and was a commentator says. The VT is really. He did notdo jazz. Friends of the VT people named Earl Hines said itwas "changed music" section, Herat Ben Cunliffe critic fromthe New York Times once said. "A good example to explainthe process of jazz do it".
  • 16. Rock (English: Rock) is a genre that was popular in themainstream in the early 1960s, the Christian origins of rockand roll music. Rhythm and Blues. Country music in the1940s and 1950s, as well as Christian music Volkswagen.Jazz and classical music.
  • 17. Rock Music is the sound of the guitar from the rhythmicpattern Bagby of electric bass guitar. The drums andkeyboards, organ, piano, or, since the 1970s, Christianityhas been used to synthesize sound. Along with the guitarand keyboard. Due to the saxophone. Hart and Monica inthe blues, it has some of the solo part. In pure form, andthe three chord rock rhythm Bagby at strong and steady. Ithas a catchy melody.
  • 18. Christianity in the late 1960s and early 1970s Christian rockmusic evolved into many sub-divisions. When combinedwith Folk then a VW Rock and Blues with the Blues - rockwith jazz is jazz - rock in the decade 1970 Rock alsoassociated with soul. Funk and Latin. Likewise, in this eraof rock music also has a small number of otherconcepts, such as soft rock, heavy metal, hardrock, Prometheus Progressive rock and punk rock. Therock sub-genre in the 1980s such as New Wave Christianhardcore punk and Al Terry native rock. Christianity in the1990s, the sub-genre such as grunge Brit pop, indie rockand Nu Metal.
  • 19. The lyrics consist mostly. Members who plays electricguitar, vocals, lead guitar, bass and drums. The band was afour piece band whose members are some of the less thanor greater. Some of the musical acts upon it. Sometimes athird person or group which may have a duo of musiciansaccompanying the rhythm guitar or keyboards. Somebands may be used as a musical instrument is aviolin, cello or saxophone or blowing trumpets andtrombone. But there are not many bands that use.
  • 20. • http://library.thinkquest.org/5651/• http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/music-through- decades• http://www.thisblogrules.com/2010/05/top-10-largest- concerts-in-history.html• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Allen_(drummer)• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Iommi• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jazz• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock_music