Music what is music to you? Is it something to listen to for fun or work? To me music is both I am in band and in a band so I love band. Music in general whether it be rock, hip hop, or pop every one listens to music. I listen to music to get away from it all. That is what most people do. I listen to rock mostly but any kind of music is ok. There are many kinds of music that it is hard to name them all. Then when you have all of them there are then sub-genres like rock there are hundreds of kinds of rock. Most people think there is only that one kind of a certain kind of music. When they know you listen to a kind of music they label you with that group. Witch they shouldn’t because Goth rock is different than classic rock. When you are labeled as a Goth or emo rocker it stays with you. It is a silly thing but can cause problems. The reason that is if you are labeled one of these most groups won’t want to be around you and the group you are labeled as is the same way. Society thinks that music whether it be pop or rock you are labeled as the biggest group to come out of the certain kind of music you listen to. Music is a beautiful thing no matter what you listen to or don’t listen to. Most people I know like to listen to many kinds of music but they are labeled by what people hear them listen to. It is a stupide thing to do like I play in the marching band doesn’t mean I’m a nerd and because I sing in a rock band doesn’t mean I’m Goth or emo. Music is…
Members of the county fair board:
I was asked to do research on which genre of music to have at the fair; the choices were progressive rock, fusion, country rock, soft rock, jam band and singer-songwriter. I decided on having country rock as the main attraction for the concert. The particular band I decide on is The Eagles. The Eagles are a well-known band and their music isn’t controversial like other types of bands and genres.
The first and second reason that having the eagles as the band…
Australian music of the 1960's
Rock n' Roll, the new craze!
The 1960's were known as one of the greatest musical and revolutionary decades of the 20th century. It was a time of experimenting with sythesizers and electronic music. Experimenting included developing a new pop culture out of rhythm and blues, which was strongly influenced by British bands and 'Black-American music' such as the 'Rolling stones' and the 'Animals'. Australian music during the 1960s contrasted in many kinds, including…
Most people listen to different types of music though out there life. I listened to the same type of music my whole life. When I was little, I listen to country because that is all my parents listened to. My older sister listened to rap. Therefore I got a taste of both types. Rock and classic I really didn’t listen to. Now days do I listen to it? No it is as eye catching to me then it would for most people. As I got older I started to listen to pop because its very up beat and…
and Comparison between a Classical and Rock Song Music comprises of vocal or instrumental sounds or both combined in a way that produces beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotions. Music is increasing popular in modern life with the amount of music available in personal archives increasing every day. The large amounts of information pose a challenge, especially with the management of the data. Although music classification is not a clear concept, music is classifiable into two broad categories…
Emo rock: the truth behind the ‘emo’ stereotype
Rock music is a very popular music genre and has been for many years and still is and just like the world it has grown and modernised. Rock music today has had a real effect on certain people’s way of communicating with others through more than just lyrics. It communicates people’s emotions and beliefs. But most of all it shows how we are as a person and how we identify and show ourselves to our peers around us.
However, rock music is only the well…
MUSC1111: Rock Music History – Spring 2014
Mondays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 10:30am-11:35 am
Blackman Auditorium (Ell Hall)
Professor: Junauro Landgrebe
Office: 337 Ryder
Email: J.Landgrebe@neu.edu (email is preferred)
Office Hours: Wednesdays 12 PM – 1 PM or by appointment
Teaching Assistant: Brian Bergeron
The objective of Rock Music is to examine the origins of the style and trace it’s evolution from…
and I kind of wrote them off just by what I read about them. The band is an american rock band who began as an underground hardcore group, but when going mainstream they mellowed out to just a rock/punk music style. The band consists of four members; Patrick Stump (lead vocals, guitar), Joe Trohman (lead guitar), Pete Wentz (Bass), and Andy Hurley (Percussion). This band is widely seen as a pop punk band, pop rock, and also emo. The band is very presentable and plays a heck of a show.
mix of Reggae and Rock). It doesn’t get me excited for the day, because who is excited for school right? It mostly prepares me for the day.
“I step into a great unknown….a ball and chain I call my own.”
“The girl you knew and the bonds we grew all turn into a ball and chain.”
2. Friends by Led Zeppelin
This is my all time favorite band. To me they are the best musicians alive. Ask anybody who knows anything about RocknRoll and they will tell that they are most talented rock group ever. I listen…
THE CURRENT SITUATION
From its inception to present day, Rock and Roll has excited, thrilled, and entertained millions upon millions of people. The sound, rhythm, energy, power, creativity, attitude, and showmanship are alluring and captivating and currently generate annual music sales of $14 billion. It is debatable that Rock and Roll's ambassadors of Elvis Presley, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, The Supremes, James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Led Zeppelin, Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen, U2…
Chapter 20 & 21
1. What country produced most progressive rock and why?
England because they were more aware of the European art music tradition.
2. Describe the mechanics of the Mellotron, the instrument that was so important to so many progressive rock bands
It had orchestral textures.
3. What are the different contexts for a rock/classical fusion respectively by the Moody Blues and Yes?
It is like Plugging a rock band, with little or no classical training, into an orchestral setting…