How regionalism, nationalism, and patriotism have shaped America’s musical culture and identity

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How regionalism, nationalism, and patriotism have shaped America’s musical culture and identity

Using the areas explored in the course as a guide, use
1.how regionalism, nationalism, and patriotism have shaped America’s musical culture and identity. How does/could protest music play into your response? and
2. he gradual progression of inclusion for minority groups in America, focusing particularly on female and Black Americans, and how these minorities have contributed to America’s music of today. What other minority groups have created impact in our music, both historically and in present-day?
to critically explore in your paper for further reference/resource, peruse the exhibits at the American Music Spotlight at Smithsonian Online: https://www.si.edu/spotlight/american-musicLinks to an external site.
What makes each style American Music?
How does each style represent a unique glimpse of American Music both historically and in the 21st century? Be sure to discuss WHAT, WHO, WHERE, HOW, WHY.
What key terms used throughout the course are applicable to each style and/or to both styles? Be specific.
How do these two styles compare or contrast by way of genre, history, and contextual understanding?
BEFORE YOU BEGIN: Remember to incorporate the following guidelines from the syllabus into your writing. Formal essay style (3-5 pages, no more than 5!) is expected, including format, grammar, punctuation, and proper citation. Papers should be double-spaced with Times New Roman 12-point font and include a header and proper citation in your preferred style of formatting (MLA, APA, or Chicago Style, 17th edition). Please follow the rubric guidelines or your grade will be affected. (Other types of review media submissions may be considered but must gain prior approval from the instructor.)The writing guidelines for reviews is broken down into 5 categories, with each category receiving up to 5 possible points: Does the response address the topic at hand?
Does the response show a knowledge of the reading and media materials?
Does the response demonstrate writing clarity and conciseness? (If your review is only 1 page, it needs to be extremely well-crafted in order to follow these guidelines.)
Does the response properly cite sources used?
Does the response demonstrate proper grammar, spelling, punctuation, and other general writing skills?
Sources to choose from
https://archive.org/details/americanmusicpan00cand/mode/1up?view=theater
https://archive.org/details/americasmusicfro0000chas_l7r2/mode/2up?view=theater
Gilbert Chase, America’s Music: From the Pilgrims to the Present:
Chapter 17: “Europe versus America,” pages 302-322.
“23 – Philadelphia Firemen’s Cotillion, Francis Johnson,” https://youtu.be/9aw_JDlvXwc?si=yzlrU9J3De2CP1nZLinks to an external site.
“Santa Claus, Christmas Symphony,” https://youtu.be/dkoDYsrNUyI?si=EPsYozKR_ne9LZmCLinks to an external site.
“Overture to Rip Van Winkle,” (Bristow), https://youtu.be/GfONY8xHxTw?si=vQln5pROyvYeIwGaLinks to an external site.
Chapter 18: “Music for the Millions,” pages 323-340.
“John Philip Sousa – The Gladiator,”
https://youtu.be/zwBFHShllSc?si=OWTGI4js94sq3XqeLinks to an external site.
“‘The Stars and Stripes Forever March’ Dutch Street Organ – Dorset Steam Fair 2017 (Draaiorgel),” https://youtu.be/0x53J1yZqys?si=rqA6nWf6qczA0p9iLinks to an external site.
“James Bland ‘Carry Me Back to Old Virginny’,” https://youtu.be/_J7y48CBftk?si=YbYISWw5NOuu_7ccLinks to an external site.
“James Reese Europe ‘Memphis Blues’ (W.C.Handy) Pathe 1919 READ ABOUT THE DEATH OF JIM EUROPE,” https://youtu.be/QW7qyOL6Mac?si=M0YRZAD8QIgmuOq4Links to an external site.
“Europe’s Society Orchestra ‘You’re Here and I’m Here’ (1914) Victor 17553 James Reese Europe ragtime,” https://youtu.be/x_2ONKAQWJE?si=wsUarTBlE-X6zCpYLinks to an external site.
“Camp Meeting Day – Noble Sissle and His Orchestra (1929),” https://youtu.be/9Ct0tNhZUXA?si=QaoiLt4RbWA5dzSzLinks to an external site.
“‘On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away’ by Paul Dresser’,” https://youtu.be/k5VSELhkzec?si=OoXhsCzYZHi5JnwGLinks to an external site.
“Henry Burr & Frank C. Stanley – Mid the Green Fields Of Virginia 1911,” https://youtu.be/33fxJ6PdELs?si=p0LHWmcvJ9u0ldJ9Links to an external site.
“Peerless Quartet: ‘My Old New Hampshire Home’ (1924),” https://youtu.be/bkSVq8UiLyI?si=_aNpIMXgc9j6asIlLinks to an external site.
Chapter 19: “Decorum and Diversity,” pages 341-347
“’John Knowles Paine – Symphony No.2 in A-major, Op.34 ‘Im fruhling’ (1879),” (final movement-starts at 40:03), https://youtu.be/3GPVXowTl2w?si=n9UJzcWEOGeeja9R&t=2403Links to an external site.
“Edward MacDowell – New England Idyls, Op. 62,” (No. 8, starts at 11:48), https://youtu.be/muv3l6IGOf8?si=rs23D4_LJ8PdvFl2&t=707Links to an external site.
Kristina Nielsen, “Music and Nationalism,” in World Music Textbook, Volume 3 Article 1, pages 1-5 Lorenzo Candelaria and Daniel Kingman, American Music: A Panorama:
Part II: Chapter 8, “The Blues,” pages 112-127 and Part V, “Jazz and Its Forerunners:” Chapters 15-16, pages 246-278.
Complete Listening Cues as you read.
Gilbert Chase, America’s Music: From the Pilgrims to the Present: Chapter 3: “Dissenters and Minority Sects,” pages 45-47 (excerpt).
“A Shaker Worship Service by Salli Terri” https://youtu.be/fcoAkNU24Vw?si=WGJVVT3G45gnEprMLinks to an external site. (no need to watch the whole video; specifically watch 0:01-5:00 and 13:14-16:44)
Chapter 4: “The African Presence,” pages 55-71.
“Why this instrument explains Black American folk music,” https://youtu.be/wrRfOzhM2AE?si=Wv9zbp0X8QYTMrZsLinks to an external site.
Chapter 21: “New England Again,” pages 383-383 (excerpt).
“Amy Beach, Gaelic Symphony in E Minor (full),” https://youtu.be/oclIkKobZME?si=fn0c08V63A0oUESSLinks to an external site.
Chapter 19: “Decorum and Diversity,” pages 351-353, 356-359
“Gilbert – Comedy Overture on Negro Themes – Toscanini, NCB Symphony (1943),” https://youtu.be/fDR2ESUb1yU?si=FhzUxyRf77FNoyH_Links to an external site.
“Henry F. Gilbert (1868-1928): Humoresque on Negro-Minstrel Tunes (1912),” https://youtu.be/LN9_JrNnnPA?si=lfrY_gOuiVtAiMIgLinks to an external site.
“2084 Ole Zip Coon (Traditional American racist blackface song),” https://youtu.be/Aw_cjAwxsO0?si=828txhzFrUtOvz_dLinks to an external site.
“Rosalee,” https://youtu.be/JoRh_7BjVfM?si=sdeHiyILOyJv4bebLinks to an external site.
“The Dance In Place Congo,” (Henry F. Gilbert), https://youtu.be/kFBH65Cz8VA?si=GKrRkLndm5oyw5zzLinks to an external site.
“Symphony No. 1 in A flat major ‘Afro-American’ – William Grant Still,” https://youtu.be/8hzFcm6HCeI?si=2vOlFo_KWXrz6iG_Links to an external site.
(PDF Download PDF) Judith Tick, “Women in American Music,” Oxford Music Online, https://doi.org/10.1093/gmo/9781561592630.article.A2252574Links to an external site.
(PDF) Download PDF)Elizabeth Wood, “Women in Music,” Signs, 6(2) (Winter 1980): pp. 283-297.
(PDF Download PDF) Robin James, “Music and Feminism in the 21st Century,” Music Research Annual 1 (2020): 1-25, https://musicresearchannual.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/jamese28094music-and-feminism.pdfLinks to an external site.
Freya Parr, “Six of the most inspiring women in classical music,” Classical Music, https://www.classical-music.com/features/artists/six-most-inspiring-women-musicLinks to an external site.
Mohammed Fairouz, “Women Are Great Composers Too, Why Aren’t They Being Heard?” Deceptive Cadence from NPR Classical, https://www.npr.org/sections/deceptivecadence/2017/05/01/525930036/women-composers-not-being-heardLinks to an external site.
Watch
Podcast: “Why Has American Classical Music Ignored Its Black Past?” Smarty Pants, Episode #105, https://theamericanscholar.org/why-has-american-classical-music-ignored-its-black-roots/#.XYIk4lxKiUkLinks to an external site.
(Corresponding reading to the above podcast as needed:
Tom Huizenga, “Why Is American Classical Music So White?” https://www.npr.org/sections/deceptivecadence/2019/09/20/762514169/why-is-american-classical-music-so-whiteLinks to an external site.
Joseph Horowitz, “New World Prophecy,” https://theamericanscholar.org/new-world-prophecy/Links to an external site. )
Podcast: “Sad Ass Songs,” Dolly Parton’s America, October 15, 2019, https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/dolly-partons-america/episodes/sad-ass-songsLinks to an external site.
Podcast: “The Year of Taylor Swift,” The Daily, December 15, 2023, https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-daily/id1200361736?i=1000638671718Links to an external site.
Video: “Blackface: The Roots of a Racist Art Form”
Video: “Ephrata Cloister: Music”

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