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  • The Music Of Rock And Roll Music

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    Have you ever imagined what would our life look like if music never existed? Perhaps nothing changes or our life will fade and become depressed.That 's why people need music and musician to color their lives. Among all types of musicians, the rock band musicians are the most avid music producers. Before the rise of Rock and Roll in the 1960s, the elderlies thought that Rock and Roll music was brutal and dirty. However, the younger generations found it attractive and pushed to a musical

  • The Music Of Rock And Roll

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    In the 1950’s a new type of music emerged in the United States. Rock and Roll was here to stay. “Rock musicians not only addressed contemporary events, they pushed the conventional musical boundaries.” Rock and Roll had a significant impact on politics, the music industry, and pop culture in the United States during the 1960 's. “Music of the 1960’s often challenged political authority directly and unambiguously.” Rock musicians found themselves considering political involvement through their

  • The Music Of Rock & Roll

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    Introduction "I love Rock & Roll. So, put another dime in the jukebox baby.” - (Joan Jett). "Still like that old time Rock & Roll. That kind of music just soothes the soul, I reminisce about the days of old, with that old time Rock & Roll.” - (Bob Segar). “You show us everything you 've got. You keep on dancin ' and the room gets hot. You drive us wild, we 'll drive you crazy.” – (KISS). Music is the art of combining vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) to produce beauty of form, harmony and expression

  • Rock And Roll Music

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    Music makes the human body feel rewarded. When you start to hear a song or beat that is catchy, you either sing along or move with it. Rock and roll evolved around the 1950’s and this music made people want to sing along and move. But instead of the music, bands were more worried about their makeup and their love lives, this is when GNR(Guns N’ Roses) came into play. GNR joined together in the 80s, and they still play their music at shows, concerts, and other big events until this day. GNR wanted

  • Band Music : Rock And Roll Music

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    Rock and Rolls Music The United States is the origin of rock and roll music. It evolved as a popular music in the 1940’s and 1950’s from a combination of Afro-American genres such as jazz, blues, country music, gospel music. Rock and roll music has some elements that are evident in blues and country music of 1920’s. However, Rock music attained its status and name in 1950’s. Saxophone and Piano were the first instruments to be used in the performance of rock and roll music but were later supplemented

  • Rock N Roll Changed Music

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    Rock n Roll was everything the suburban 1950’s were not. While parents of the decade were listening to Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, and the Big Bands. Their children were moving on to a new beat.” (U.S. History) Teenagers started to like this new type of music called rock and roll. It became very popular and artists started to experiment with it which influenced the development of rock n roll throughout the 50’s and 60’s. The experimentation with rock n roll changed music forever and greatly influenced

  • The Birth of Rock and Roll Music

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    teachers, but music changed the decade of the 1950s. Welcome to the decade, where rock ‘n’ roll music emerged. Rock ‘n’ roll changed the world, but it wasn’t just the music. The music created a movement. People were not afraid to be different. The Birth of Rock ‘n’ roll, created a major impact on many cultures and society. When I think of Rock ‘n’ roll music, I think of the music, as a stepping stone for Americans. I think of Rock ‘n roll music as a stepping stone for Americans because the music reflects

  • Rock And Roll Music Analysis

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    this paper will attempt to flesh out is how “Rock and Roll Music” has affected, or been affected (by) Social Change or Social Movements. Perhaps the most notable examples of how music has been inextricably linked to the social-political climate of this country, would be The Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War. In the case of the Civil Rights Movement, and the following decade, we see artists like Bob Dylan and Neil Young playing music, championing the causes, messages and voices of those

  • Rock N Roll Changed Music

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    “Rock n Roll was everything the suburban 1950’s were not. While parents of the decade were listening to Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, and the Big Bands. Their children were moving on to a new beat.” (U.S. History) Teenagers started to like this new type of music called rock and roll. It became very popular and artists started to experiment with it which influenced the development of rock n roll throughout the 50’s and 60’s. The experimentation with rock n roll changed music forever and greatly influenced

  • Rock And Roll Music And Early Influences Of Rock And Roll

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    rock and roll consists of rhythm, form, melody, harmony, tone color, and many more. This paper will discuss the important elements of Rock and Roll music and some early influences of Rock and Roll. Before it was Rock and Roll it was just called Rock and then it went back to simply rock. Rock and roll music contains many diverse styles. The main elements of rock and roll is the rhythm, form, melody, tone color, harmony, and the instruments used. Genres that influenced rock and roll music included

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