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The “King of Ragtime” is:
The popularity of the ragtime song was partially due to the invention of:
A typical Sousa march included instruments from which three families?
John Philip Sousa was influential in Congress passing the first copyright law to protect the recording arts. In what year was it passed?
Which Sousa march is considered to be the first million-selling record?
The structure of a ragtime song and a march is a series of___________.
The third set in a march, the CC, is called the _______.
What two elements were necessary to create a lasting popular song?
Which four significant events took place on July 4, 1826?
Most of Stephen Foster’s compositions fell into what two categories of song forms?
Stephen Foster’s first successful song was:
Stephen Foster is known as the “________________”
Prior to Stephen Foster, the majority of 19th Century American music fell into what two categories?
What are four common characteristics of folk music?
Folk Music is music ________.
Popular music was music ___________.
Which of the following is NOT a type of American folk song?
Who was known as “The March King”?
The popularity of ragtime at the beginning of the 20th century was due, in part, to the development of the player piano.
Which technological advancement was aided by the popularity of Sousa marches?