Project #58693 - history of jazz

PART 1


this is how you complete part 1:

For the first part of this assignment, you will not have to answer the questions in your own words.  You'll be selecting a quote from the appropriate reading that answers the question.  Here is an example.

 

Example Question

1
Why do jazz historians consider New Orleans to be the birthplace of jazz?

Example Answer

"The city was one of considerable ethnic diversity, providing for real cross-culturalization. Besides the colonial French culture, many Italians and Sicilians had emigrated there" (qtd. in McNamara 1).

 

 

Your answer is an exact quote from the article.  That's all, then you'd move on to the next question!

 

This is the reading link : 

https://canvas.northseattle.edu/courses/1093213/files/45153142/download?

 

https://canvas.northseattle.edu/courses/1093213/files/45153144/download?

 

Questions
From A Brief History of Jazz (Part 2) by Lois McNamara

1
What establishments in New Orleans hired jazz musicians?

2
What is a “tenderloin” district?

3
Although the great migration was already underway, how did the closing of Storyville (in New Orleans) affect jazz musicians?

 

From the Articles on the Great Migration:

4
What was the Great Migration?

5
Why did the Great Migration occur?

6
Where was jazz performed and heard in Chicago?

7
Was jazz heard on mainstream radio?  Were there any “limitations” on what could be heard?

8
How did the style of jazz change in Chicago (compared to New Orleans style)?  (We've already looked at the differences between New Orleans style and Chicago style!)

 

 

From Article on Prohibition

9
What was prohibition?

10
Although drinking decreased during prohibition (the intended goal), what were some of the unintended consequences (results)?

 

 

PART 2

 

Questions from the Documentary Jazz  by Ken Burns, Parts 1 and 2 (chapter numbers as assigned).  These don't need to be transcribed quotes.  You may summarize ideas in your own words.

Link to Documentary Jazz by Ken Burns (Part 1) - View Chapters 22 and 23 : (Links to an external site.)

http://ez.sccd.ctc.edu:3048/login?url=http://digital.films.com.ez.sccd.ctc.edu:3048/PortalPlaylists.aspx?aid=34712&xtid=43713&loid=107542

Last name : widianto

student id : 985861891

11
Although extremely popular with a portion of the population, conservative white and black Americans were disapproving of jazz.  What is ONE reason from Part 1 Chapter 22 (“Jass to Jazz”) that leads supports the truth of this statement.  

12

Although extremely popular with a portion of the population, conservative white and black Americans were disapproving of jazz.  What is ONE reason from Part 1 Chapter 23 (“The Soul of the Negro”) that leads supports the truth of this statement. 

Link to Documentary Jazz by Ken Burns (Part 2) - View Chapters 10 and 13:

 

 (Links to an external site.):

 

http://ez.sccd.ctc.edu:3048/login?url=http://digital.films.com.ez.sccd.ctc.edu:3048/PortalPlaylists.aspx?aid=34712&xtid=43714&loid=109147

 

Last name : widianto

student id : 985861891

13
What is ONE example from Part 2, Chapter 10 or Part 2 Chapter 13 that added to your understanding of Prohibition, the Great Migration, or the Appeal of Jazz?  (In other words:  what, in your opinion, is the most interesting or important fact from these two documentary chapters on the topic of Prohibition, the Great Migration, or the Appeal of Jazz as it relates to jazz and American society?)  Please be specific so that it is clear you viewed these chapters.

14 - Summary
Using a few sentences (in your own words, not quotes), describe why jazz music was not accepted by conservative white and black audiences (based upon your video observations and information from your quotes from Part 1).

 

http://www.ferris.edu/jimcrow/what.htm (link for number 15)

15
What was the most surprising/shocking thing you read about Jim Crow laws or protocols?

 

PART 3

https://canvas.northseattle.edu/courses/1093213/pages/reading-and-lecture-jazz-styles-4

id: 985861891

password : secondary8

16
List at least six features of Hard Bop (from the lecture video).

17
List at least five features of Free Jazz (from the lecture video).

18
List at least four features of Fusion (from the lecture video)

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Due By (Pacific Time) 02/18/2015 11:00 pm
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