Rockin Out Supplemental History Chapter 2

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Register to read the introduction… According to the authors, the rich musical heritage of New Orleans is a reflection of the city itself: street culture, parade bands, dancing, a mixture of African and Caribbean cultures, and a strong oral tradition. The authors’ main point is that another factor also deeply affected the development of New Orleans music in the 20th century, which is:

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a. The exodus from New Orleans that happened after Hurricane Katrina

b. The existence of well­ develope d programs that provided governme nt support for musicians and entertaine rs 100.0% c. The existence of large musical families, in which several generatio ns of New

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Garofalo, Chapter 3: Which of the following best describes the role that independent ‘’R&B radio’’ DJs played in the years just before the advent of ‘’rock and roll?’’

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Of the following, who was one of the most imitated & influential of classic women blues singers in the 1920s­30s? Student response: Percent Value Student

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a. Ma Rainey

b. Aretha Franklin

c. Wynonie Harris 0.0% d. Bessie Tucker

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Brackett 5: Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones)’s controversial 1963 article ‘‘Blues People and the Classic Blues’‘ draws parallels between the developments of classic blues, minstrelsy, and vaudeville. In his view, what was the major factor that moved blues from being strictly a phenomenon of the black experience, to being an art form that could

be appreciated by mainstream American society?

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a. it was the business of persuadin g black musician s to record for white­ owned record labels

b. it was the appearan ce of blues in a formal context of hired, public entertain ment, as opposed to it existence strictly as a private and personal musical expressio n of the black experienc e
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0.0% a. True

b. False

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Brackett 2: These two short excerpts illustrate the following point:

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a. that in the swing era, there was little awarenes s of the difference between the styles of black and white musicians

b. that in the swing era, there were no difference s between the styles of black and white musicians 100.0% c. that in the swing era, the difference between the styles of black and white musicians was a topic of

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Brackett 11: The Producers Answer Back: The demand for music that had been ignored or discounted by national network radio and ASCAP resulted in the flourishing of new publishing­rights companies such as BMI, which in turn fueled the success of…. Student response: Percent Value Student

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100.0% a. small ‘‘independ ent’‘ record

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