Student’s Name: Course: Professor’s Name: Date of Submission: Discussion Post for Music Question.4. How did ragtime--the music its social uses and the imagery associated with it--change over the two decades from 1895 to 1915? The ragtime music evolved from the black America musicians in the 1890s and was played on the piano. The music was characterized by written by both black and white composers. Work Cited Jařab Josef. "American History as a Ragtime Tune: EL Doctorow’s Ragtime." Moravian Journal of Literature & Film 4.2 (2013). 1-15 Tucker Sherrie. "Popular Music and Jazz 1900–1950." Journal of the Society for American Music 9.4 (2015): 497-504. Volk Anja and W. Bas de Haas. "A Corpus-Based Study on Ragtime Syncopation." ISMIR. 2013. 163-168. [...]
Answer ONE of the following questions. Put the question number you choose in the subject line of your post (for example, "Question 1" or "Question 2") and copy and paste the question at the beginning of your post. Respond to at least two of your classmates' posts. What specific features distinguish American Indian music from the types of music discussed in earlier chapters? Consider both the sound of the music and its uses. What are some similarities between American Indian and other kinds of music? Explain why collectors using nineteenth-century European criteria for evaluating folk songs might either ignore American folk songs or consider them unworthy of study. Compare the relationship between music and dramatic situation in opera, operetta, and musical comedy. How did ragtime--the music, its social uses, and the imagery associated with it--change over the two decades from 1895 to 1915? Refer to the attached discussion rubric for grading information.