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    conservative adults. This topic is‚ of course‚ Rock Music. During one week‚ I looked for information in the library and at my house‚ and from the information I gathered and my one knowledge about the topic‚ I’m going to lead the reader to a better understanding of Rock n’ Roll. I chose to do Rock music because I can identify myself with it. Rock music is very complex. In fact "It’s stylistic scope is to broad to be encompassed by any single definition" ("Rock Music"‚ Groliers‚ p.1). The nearest definition

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    MUS1111: Rock Music History – Spring 2012 Mondays‚ Wednesdays‚ & Thursdays 10:30am-11:35 am Blackman Auditorium (Ell Hall) Professor: Junauro Landgrebe Office: 337 Ryder Phone: 617.373.7473 Email: J.Landgrebe@neu.edu (email is preferred) Office Hours: Wednesdays 12 PM – 1 PM or by appointment Teaching Assistant: Brian Bergeron Email: RockHistoryTA@gmail.com Course Objective: Survey rock music and it’s evolution from the 1920’s through current times. We will examine

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  • Rock Music Essay

    1950s till today‚ Rock music had made a powerful impact on American society and had greatly influenced our daily life‚ attitudes‚ and language. It had influenced generations of Americans and other genres of music often heard on the radio. Popular artists such as Bob Dylan and Marvin Gaye used rock music as a form of expression. “They expressed their emotions and how Americans were feeling towards social events occurring in our nation and around the world” (Classic 1). Rock music has affected American

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  • Propaganda in Rock Music

    ROCK MUSIC IN PROPAGANDA This essay will explore the claim that Rock music has a significant and big role in propaganda. The claim derives its sources from the history and today’s social events. The essay begins by summarizing the social situation of 1950s and how Rock music occured. Then‚ it continues with the usage of Rock music in forms of propaganda‚ which are black propaganda and white propaganda. In addition to this‚ the essay talks about in which fields Rock music is used for propaganda

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  • Rock Music Notes

    Week 5 Notes 1) The rock n roll party was: D: Alan Freed’s radio show in NY 2) All of the following affected the first wave of rock n roll except: B: The press discovered that Pat Boone married his 13 year old second cousin (That was Jerry Lee Lewis) 3) What was the focus of the congressional hearings regarding the payola scandal? C: The gifts received by disc jockeys to play rock n roll songs on their radio programs 4) The group most responsible for the British Invasion was: D: The Beatles

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  • Rock Music and Fashion

    Fashion plays a very important role in my life. It became apart of my life at a young age and has been apart if it every since then. Fashion to me is like Michael Jackson to pop music it’s the greatest thing ever. Every time I get a chance to read a fashion magazine I get so excited and my eyes light up as if it was christmas eve. Fashion is something that’s international it is all around the world just in different styles. It has in different looks‚ different genres‚ and different ways of representation

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  • Rock Music and Best Band

    U2 has been a staple in the rock and alternative rock industry since the 1980’s. Formed in 1976‚ the band started out with little music experience but blossomed into an international hit. Most of their songs contain a message or theme to a current event or an ongoing issue in the world of in one of their lives. The vocals of Bono are complimented nicely by the rest of the band. Their experimentation with new sounds and effects has created an almost sub-genre of rock. U2 is the greatest band of all

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  • Rock Music, Brief Summary

    Music EssayRock Music: Rock Music is probably the most popular genre of all the 1960 - now if not of all time‚ It was developed from the roots of Rock and Roll and is changing/developing in every way. A Rock song is most commonly based on a 4/4 beat while rhythm keeps to itself on top. Rock music has had a huge impact on peoples daily lives while staying on top. The most common instruments you would see at a Rock Show/ Stage: Guitars whether Acoustic or Electric‚ Bass Guitar‚ Keyboards (optionally)

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  • Backmasking: Rock Music and Messages

    Backmasking: Between the devil and the media Are you aware of the music nowadays? How does the band affect the lives of young people today? Well‚ different bands and songs had already flourished in the world. They had grown into new ideas and captured the hearts of the people‚ especially the teenagers. They sometimes play songs for dancing‚ singing‚ recreation or listening. People use them to express feelings and ideas and also a way for them to relax. It is an unavoidable element in everyone’s

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    Review Questions 1. What is popular music? Music that is listened to by most people. 2.What theme does pop music typically use in the lyrics? Describe one pop song that uses this theme. Why is this theme such a popular one? Pop music theme in songs is usually dancing and partying and just having fun. 3.What is disco? What are the characteristics of this music? Disco is a type of music thats started in the 70s 4.What was the British Invasion? Which famous group was a part of this movement

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