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pop song structure
intro
v1
chorus
v2
chorus
m8
v3
chorus
chorus
outro
Britpop bands and their main songs
smiths- 1980s influenced others, I Know It's Over

Happy Mondays- Step On 1990s

Blur- Parklife 1994

Suede- Animal Nitrate 1993

Pulp- Common people 1995

Oasis- Wonderwall- 1995

Beatles- Hard Day's Night 1964

The Kinks- Sunny Afternoon 1966

The Who- Pinball Wizards mid-60s

elastica- 2:1 1995
composers who use aleatoric music
john cage: 4'33"
cornelius cardew
specialized in noise as music
'36-81
memories of you, 1964 grand piano and 3 random objects
composers that specialized in experimental approaches to composition for voice
john cage in around 1970
composers that fiddled with the rise of electronics
olivier messiaen (1908-92)
stockhausen
Pierre Boulez (b. 1925)
Luciano Berio (1925-2003)
composers who liked moment form (no rhythm restrictions)
stockhausen
flanger
feeding % of delaayed sound source back into sound source, "swoosh" effect created
vaudeville (name a composer and song and dates too)
a set of borrowed popular songs with new words
ex the beggar's opera(1728) by John Gay
burlesque
parody of a more serious production
opera-bouffe
songs composed especially for musicals- hms pinafore (1878)
minstrelsy
white people made up to be black people and making fun of them, 2nd half of 1800s
melodramas
same time as minstrelsy, included musical cues for different scenes, but largely driven by dialogue
'30s-60s, why stuck in rut, and most imp. american composers (3) plus 2 famous musicals wit dates?
censored,

Rodgers and Hammerstein (Oklahoma! 1943)(Carousel '45)

Irving Berlin (annie get your gun 46)

cole porter (anything goes 34) (kiss me, kate 48)
what revived the british musical in the 1960's?
oliver by lionel bart
steven sondheim
composed A Little Night (1973) huge hit, then less mainstream w/ exception of Sweeny Todd (1979)