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American Music A Panorama, Concise Edition

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780495128397

ISBN10:
0495128392
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
3/28/2006
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

This best-selling survey text describes American music as a panorama of distinct yet parallel streams-popular, folk, sacred, and classical-that reflect the uniquely diverse character of the United States. Comparing and contrasting musical styles across regions and time, Candelaria and Kingman deliver a vision of American music both exuberant and inventive, a music that arises out of the history and musical traditions of the many immigrants to America's shores.

Table of Contents

Author's Guide to the Panorama of American Music xv
Part I Folk and Ethnic Musics
2(86)
The Anglo-Celtic-American Tradition
4(13)
Imported Ballads
4(2)
``Barbara Allen'' (H. J. Beeker)
5(1)
Features Common to Most Ballads
6(2)
Naturalized Ballads
8(2)
``Gypsy Davy'' (Woody Guthrie)
8(2)
Native Ballads
10(2)
``John Hardy'' (The Carter Family)
10(2)
Print and the Ballad
12(1)
Fiddle Tunes
13(1)
``Soldier's Joy'' (Marion Sumner)
13(1)
Print and the Fiddle Tune
13(1)
Play-Party Songs
14(2)
``Old Man at the Mill'' (Clint Howard, Fred Price, Doc Watson)
14(2)
Projects
16(1)
Additional Listening
16(1)
The African American Tradition
17(13)
African Music and Its Relation to Black Music in America
17(2)
``Music in Praise of a Yoruba Chief'' (Nigeria)
18(1)
Religious Folk Music: The Spiritual
19(4)
``Sheep, Sheep, Don't You Know the Road'' (Bessie Jones, Sea Island Singers)
19(2)
``Jacob's Ladder'' (Paul Robeson)
21(2)
Secular Folk Music
23(5)
``Quittin' Time Song'' (Samuel Brooks)
23(2)
``John Henry'' (Arthur Bell)
25(3)
Projects
28(1)
Additional Listening
29(1)
The American Indian Tradition
30(14)
Music in Indian Life
31(1)
The Existential Quality of Songs
32(1)
Types of Songs According to Purpose
33(4)
``Pigeon's Dream Song'' (Louis Pigeon, vocal; Menominee, Northern Plains)
35(1)
``Cherokee/Creek Stomp Dance'' (Eastern Woodlands)
35(1)
``Butterfly Dance'' (San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico)
36(1)
``Sioux Love Song'' (John Coloff, flute & vocal; Lakota Plains)
36(1)
Characteristics of Indian Music
37(1)
Indian Music and Acculturation
38(4)
``Ghost Dance Song'' (Pawnee Plains)
40(1)
``Rabbit Dance'' (Los Angeles Northern Singers)
41(1)
Projects
42(1)
Additional Listening
43(1)
Latino Traditions
44(17)
The Legacy of the Spanish Conquest
44(1)
Sacred Music from Mexico
44(4)
``Al Pie de Este Santo Altar'' (Luis Montoya, vocal; Vincente Padilla, pito)
46(1)
``Los Pastores'' from Las Posadas (Franquilino Miranda and group)
47(1)
Secular Music from Mexico
48(9)
``Las Abajenas'' (Mariachi Cobre)
50(3)
``El Corrido de Gregorio Cortez'' (Los Hermanos Banda)
53(2)
``Mal Hombre'' (Lydia Mendoza)
55(2)
The Caribbean and South America
57(2)
``Para los Rumberos'' (Tito Puente)
58(1)
Projects
59(1)
Additional Listening
60(1)
Diverse Traditions: French, Scandinavian, Arab, and Asian
61(14)
The French Influence in Louisiana
61(4)
``Midland Two-Step'' (Michael Doucet, Beausoleil)
62(2)
``Zydeco sont pas sale'' (Clifton Chenier)
64(1)
The Scandinavian Influence in the Upper Midwest
65(2)
``Banjo, Old Time'' (LeRoy Larson, Minnesota Scandinavian Ensemble)
66(1)
Arab American Traditions
67(2)
``Zaffat al-Hilu'' (Majid Kakka, Bells Band)
68(1)
The Asian Influence
69(5)
``Tampopo'' (Nobuko Miyamoto)
72(2)
Projects
74(1)
Additional Listening
74(1)
Folk Music as an Instrument of Advocacy
75(13)
``The Farmer Is the Man That Feeds Them All'' (Fiddlin' John Carson)
75(2)
The Urban Folk Song Movement of the 1930s and 1940s
77(4)
``I Am a Union Woman'' (Aunt Molly Jackson)
78(3)
Protest and Folk Song in the 1960s
81(3)
``Masters of War'' (Bob Dylan)
81(3)
Freedom Songs and the Civil Rights Movement in the South
84(2)
``We Shall Overcome'' (SNCC)
85(1)
Projects
86(1)
Additional Listening
87(1)
Part II Three Offspring of the Rural South
88(58)
Country Music
90(22)
Enduring Themes
90(1)
The ``Country Sound''
91(2)
Commercial Beginnings: Early Recordings, Radio, and the First Stars
93(2)
Jimmy Rodgers: The Father of Country Music
95(1)
``Muleskinner Blues'' (Jimmie Rodgers)
95(1)
The West: Cowboys, Honky-Tonks, and Western Swing
96(4)
``Cotton-Eyed Joe'' (Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys)
99(1)
Postwar Dissemination and Full-Scale Commercialization
100(8)
``I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry'' (Hank Williams)
101(2)
``I'm Blue Again'' (Patsy Cline)
103(3)
``Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain'' (Willie Nelson)
106(2)
The Persistence and Revival of Traditional Styles
108(3)
``Muleskinner Blues'' (Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys)
108(2)
``John Henry'' (The Lilly Brothers)
110(1)
Projects
111(1)
Additional Listening
111(1)
The Blues
112(16)
Characteristics of the Blues
112(7)
``Countin' the Blues'' (Ma Rainey and Her Georgia Jazz Band)
116(1)
``Prison Cell Blues'' (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
117(2)
``Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped the Devil)'' (Robert Johnson)
119(1)
Early Published Blues
119(1)
Classic Blues
120(1)
Blues and Jazz
121(1)
Boogie-Woogie
122(2)
``Mr. Freddie Blues'' (Meade ``Lux'' Lewis)
123(1)
Selling the Country Blues
124(1)
Urban Blues
124(1)
Blues at the Turn of the Century
125(2)
``Texas Flood'' (Stevie Ray Vaughan)
126(1)
Projects
127(1)
Additional Listening
127(1)
Rock Music
128(18)
Rock's Ties to Rhythm and Blues
128(3)
``Good Rockin' Tonight'' (Wynonie Harris)
129(1)
``Rock Around the Clock'' (Bill Haley and His Comets)
130(1)
Reaching White Audiences
131(1)
The Influence of Country Music
132(2)
``That's All Right'' (Elvis Presley)
133(1)
Trends from the 1960s to the Present
134(10)
``Good Vibrations'' (The Beach Boys)
136(3)
``The Star-Spangled Banner (Live at Woodstock)'' (Jimi Hendrix)
139(2)
``Eruption'' (Van Halen)
141(1)
``Sheena Is a Punk Rocker'' (The Ramones)
142(2)
Projects
144(1)
Additional Listening
145(1)
Part III Popular Sacred Music
146(42)
From Psalm Tune to Rural Revivalism
148(20)
Psalmody in America
148(4)
``Amazing Grace'' (Congregation of the Old Regular Baptist Church)
151(1)
The Singing-School Tradition
152(6)
``Chester'' (The Old Sturbridge Singers)
154(3)
``Amity'' (The Old Sturbridge Singers)
157(1)
The Frontier and Rural America in the Nineteenth Century
158(7)
``Wondrous Love'' (Anonymous 4)
160(5)
Music Among Smaller Independent American Sects
165(1)
``'Tis the Gift to Be Simple'' (The United Society of Shakers)
166(1)
Projects
166(1)
Additional Listening
167(1)
Urban Revivalism and Gospel Music
168(20)
Urban Revivalism After the Civil War: The Moody-Sankey Era of Gospel Hymns
168(3)
``In the Sweet By-and-By'' (The Harmoneion Singers)
170(1)
The Billy Sunday---Homer Rodeheaver Era: Further Popularization
171(2)
``Brighten the Corner Where You Are'' (Homer Rodeheaver)
171(2)
Gospel Music After the Advent of Radio and Recordings
173(13)
``Give the World a Smile'' (The Stamps Quartet)
174(3)
``He Got Better Things for You'' (Memphis Sanctified Singers)
177(4)
``Swing Down, Chariot'' (Golden Gate Quartet)
181(5)
Projects
186(1)
Additional Listening
187(1)
Part IV Popular Secular Music
188(58)
Secular Music in the Cities from Colonial Times to the Age of Andrew Jackson
190(13)
Concerts and Dances
190(3)
``The College Hornpipe'' (Rodney Miller)
191(2)
Bands and Military Music
193(2)
``Lady Hope's Reel'' (American Fife Ensemble)
194(1)
``Washington's March'' (The Liberty Tree Wind Players)
194(1)
Musical Theater
195(4)
``Chorus of Adventurers'' from The Indian Princess (Federal Music Society Opera)
197(2)
Popular Song
199(2)
``Junto Song'' (Seth McCoy)
200(1)
Projects
201(1)
Additional Listening
202(1)
Popular Musical Theater and Opera from the Jacksonian Era to the Present
203(19)
Minstrelsy and Musical Entertainment Before the Civil War
204(5)
``De Boatman's Dance'' (Ensemble)
206(3)
From the Civil War Through the Turn of the Century
209(3)
``The Yankee Doodle Boy'' (Richard Perry)
211(1)
The First Half of the Twentieth Century
212(1)
The Musical in Its Maturity: Show Boat to West Side Story
212(4)
``Cool'' West Side Story (Original Broadway Cast)
215(1)
The Musical Since West Side Story
216(1)
Opera in America
217(4)
``It Ain't Necessarily So'' (Lawrence Tibbett)
218(3)
Projects
221(1)
Additional Listening
221(1)
Popular Song, Dance, and March Music from the Jacksonian Era to the Advent of Rock
222(24)
Popular Song from the 1830s Through the Civil War
222(9)
``Get Off the Track'' (The Hutchinson Family Singers)
225(3)
``Hard Times Come Again No More'' (The Hutchinson Family Singers)
228(2)
``The Battle Cry of Freedom'' (George Shirley)
230(1)
Popular Song from the Civil War Through the Ragtime Era
231(6)
The Band in America After the Jacksonian Era
237(4)
``The Washington Post March'' (Advocate Brass Band)
239(2)
Popular Song from Ragtime to Rock
241(2)
``Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?'' (Bing Crosby)
242(1)
Tin Pan Alley and Its Relation to Jazz and Black Vernacular Music
243(1)
The Decline of Tin Pan Alley and the Dispersion of the Popular Music Industry
244(1)
Projects
244(1)
Additional Listening
245(1)
Part V Jazz and Its Forerunners
246(34)
Ragtime and Precursors of Jazz
248(13)
The Context of Ragtime from Its Origins to Its Zenith
245(7)
``Hello! My Baby'' (Don Meehan, Dave Corey)
245(7)
The Musical Characteristics of Ragtime
252(1)
``Maple Leaf Rag'' (Scott Joplin)
252(1)
The Decline and Dispersion of Ragtime
253(2)
``If Dreams Come True'' (James P. Johnson)
254(1)
The Ragtime Revival
255(1)
Precursors of Jazz
256(3)
``Eternity'' (Eureka Brass Band)
259(1)
``Just a Little While to Stay Here'' (Eureka Brass Band)
259(1)
Projects
259(1)
Additional Listening
260(1)
Jazz
261(19)
The New Orleans Style: The Traditional Jazz of the Early Recordings
261(4)
``Dippermouth Blues'' (King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band)
262(3)
``Hotter Than That'' (Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five)
265(1)
Dissemination and Change: Before the Swing Era
265(1)
The Swing Era and the Big Bands
266(4)
``Ko-ko'' (Duke Ellington and His Orchestra)
268(2)
The Emergence of Modern Jazz: Bop as a Turning Point
270(6)
``KoKo'' (Charlie Parker)
272(2)
``Out of This World'' (John Coltrane)
274(2)
The Pluralism of the Last Quarter-Century
276(2)
``Bitches Brew'' (Miles Davis)
276(2)
Projects
278(1)
Additional Listening
278(2)
Part VI Classical Music
280(41)
The Search for an American Identity
282(18)
Music Education Before the Civil War
284(1)
Music Education and Culture After the Mid-Nineteenth Century
285(6)
``Pawnee Horses,'' Arthur Farwell (Dario Muller)
290(1)
American Music and American Life
291(3)
Rhapsody in Blue, George Gershwin (Oscar Levant)
291(2)
Afro-American Symphony, William Grant Still (Fort Smith Symphony)
293(1)
Appalachian Spring, Aaron Copland (New York Philharmonic)
294(1)
America's Virtuoso Cult
294(4)
``The Banjo,'' Louis Gottschalk (Eugene List)
295(1)
``The Battle of Manassas,'' Thomas Wiggins (John Davis)
296(2)
Projects
298(1)
Additional Listening
298(2)
Twentieth-Century Innovation and the Contemporary World
300(13)
Charles Ives: American Innovator in Music
300(2)
Four New England Holidays, Charles Ives (Chicago Symphony Orchestra)
302(1)
New York and Europe-Related ``Modernism''
302(2)
Hyperprism, Edgard Varese (Columbia Symphony Orchestra)
303(1)
Midcentury Modernism
304(2)
The West Coast: Cowell, Harrison, and Partch
306(2)
``The Banshee'' (Henry Cowell)
306(2)
New Technology and the New Music
308(1)
Minimalism
309(1)
Piano Phase (Steve Reich)
310(1)
Multimedia Art and Concept Music
310(1)
Classical Music and the Contemporary World
311(1)
The Bushy Wushy Rag, Philip Bimstein (Equinox Chamber Players)
312(1)
Projects
312(1)
Additional Listening
312(1)
Film Music
313(8)
A Realistic Film of the American West
313(1)
Two Films About the Small Town and the Big City
314(1)
Three Career Film Composers
315(4)
``The Murder'' Psycho, Bernard Herrmann (Los Angeles Philharmonic)
317(2)
``The Imperial March'' Star Wars, John Williams (London Symphony Orchestra)
319(1)
Epilogue
319(1)
Projects
319(1)
Additional Listening
319(2)
Part VII Music in Your Own Backyard
321(10)
Tales of Two Cities: Austin, Texas, and Sacramento, California
322(9)
Classical Music in Austin, Texas: Aspects from the 1930s to World War I
322(4)
The Sacramento Valley: A Rich Mix of Cultures
326(4)
Projects
330(1)
References 331(8)
Glossary 339(4)
Photo Credits 343(2)
Index 345


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