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Music of the colonial and revolutionary period

John Ogasapian

Music of the colonial and revolutionary period

by John Ogasapian

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- Social aspects -- United States -- History -- 16th century,
  • Music -- Social aspects -- United States -- History -- 17th century,
  • Music -- Social aspects -- United States -- History -- 18th century,
  • Music -- United States -- History and criticism,
  • United States -- Social life and customs -- To 1775,
  • United States -- Social life and customs -- 1775-1783

  • Edition Notes

    Includes discography (p. [199]-202), bibliographical references (p.[235]-245), and index.

    StatementJohn Ogasapian.
    SeriesAmerican history through music
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3917.U6 O43 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 251 p. :
    Number of Pages251
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23008204M
    ISBN 100313324352
    LC Control Number2004048550

      New Instagram - @18thcenturycooking A few excerpts from Peter Kalm's "Travels in North America." Click here to get the book Visit. Once I found a song, through mention in a book or journal, I would immediately look it up on the Smithsonian Folkways database. Folkways has a tremendous collection of historical music, so and had several albums whose liner notes related specifically to the colonial period.

    Colonial and Revolutionary America takes a regional approach to understanding the peoples and colonies of early America. It places early America into an Atlantic and comparative context, with emphasis on the impact of trade, warfare, migration, and the vast cultural exchange that took place among American Indians, Africans, and Range: $ - $ Many people believe that the piety of the Pilgrims typified early American religion. However, by the s Catholics, Jews, and Africans had joined Native Americans, Puritans, and numerous Protestant denominations in the colonies. Jon Butler launches his narrative with a description of the state of religious affairs in both the Old and New Worlds.

    In the Colonial era music was used to motivate armies, cheer up people, or using it to express themselves or their feelings. During the Revolutionary War and Civil War, boys ag­­es 10 to 18 were recruited to be drummers and fifers for the military. This collection of Colonial music comes from an actual book entitled "Fiddle Tunes From The American Revolution" which contains the actual sheet music of which these songs were transcribed from. If you are interested in obtaining this book, please be sure to visit "The Colonial Dancing Master" Web Site.


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At the same time, the Regular Singing Movement attempted to reduce the role of the clergy in religious services. More of a cultural examination than a music theory book, this work provides vastly informative narrative chapters on early American music and its role in colonial and Revolutionary by: 6.

Bringing History to Life Through Music. Promoting and encouraging the understanding of early American history through music. The Colonial Music Institute is grounded upon primary research enlightened by interdisciplinary scholarship, disseminated through scholarly writing, authentic performances and sound recordings made to the highest standards.

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New Spain --New England --The southern colonies --The middle colonies --Music of the people --Music at the margins: Native Americans and African Americans --The revolutionary period --Church music in the federal era --Theatre, concert, and amateur music in the federal era.

Later versions of the Bay Psalm Book (from on) also featured a dozen monophonic tunes for church members unable to read music. Colonial church music (and, indeed, church practices in general) led to a great many debates and controversies.

Music of the Colonial and Revolutionary Era (American History through Music) - Kindle edition by Ogasapian, John. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Music of the Colonial and Revolutionary Era (American History through Music).5/5(1).

The colonial days of America marked not only the beginnings of a country, but also of a new culture, part of which was the first American music publishers, entrepreneurs, and instrument makers forging musical communities from New England to New Spain.

Elements of British, Spanish, German, Scots-Irish, and Native American music all contributed to the many cultures and subcultures of the early Reviews: 1.

The colonial era in America began in with the colonization of Jamestown, Virginia. Music of all genres and origins emerged as the United States began to form. From the Indigenous spiritual music to the African Banjos, music in the United States is as diverse as its people.

Educator and minstrel Jim Douglas performs 18 songs that tell stories of America’s early history. Many focus on New England—for example, “Plymouth Colony,” “Cape Cod Shanty,” “Maple Sweet,” and “Revolutionary Tea.” Other songs provide lively accounts of hunting, farming, crafts trades, and the.

The American History through Music series examines the many different types of music prevalent throughout U.S. history, as well as the roles these music types have played in American culture.

John Ogasapian's volume on the Colonial and Revolutionary period applies this cultural focus to the music of America's infancy and illuminates the Author: John Ogasapian. OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: Preface Introduction New Spain New England The Southern Colonies The Middle Colonies Music of the People Music at the Margins: Native Americans and African Americans The Revolutionary Period Church Music in the Federal Era Theatre, Concert, and Amateur Music in the Federal Era Appendix 1: Sketches of Some Important.

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A British Army surgeon named Richard Shuckburg first penned the verses during the French and Indian War to make fun of colonial soldiers. He used a traditional British tune which has been attached to many other lyrics - but in modern times, Yankee Doodle has become the most famous rendition.

"Yankee" was a derogatory term attached to New Englanders - and in those days, macaroni wasn't a noodle. The video describes characteristics of the the three main groups of the 13 colonies: New England, Middle and Southern. Students will learn about. Music From Colonial America. By Harmonia Early Music Posted July 3, he had a book of music published which was called was a fifer in the Revolutionary army, and suffered frostbite at.

Ireland as€ LIBERTY!. Teacher's Guide. Revolutionary War Music PBS Title: Music of the colonial and revolutionary era John Ogasapian. Format: Book Published: Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, Description: xii, p.

An MP3 collection of Colonial and Revolution period tunes Music of the Colonial and Revolutionary Era.

by John Ogasapian. Download Revolutionary War music. Clair's Defeat, Dying Redcoat, Free America. see also: The Music of Early America for more music categories. Start studying Religious Music in the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Federal Periods (ch.

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