Which type of 19th century American music was "by the people"?
Which type of folk song gave voice to the trials and tribulations of the African-American slaves in the 19th century?
The most popular song form of the mid-19th century was called ______.
The march was most often performed by an instrumental group consisting of brass, wind and _________ instruments.
The third set in a march, the "CC" was also called _______.
Who was the composer of "Beautiful Dreamer"?
Which early 19th century American musical stage form influenced Stephen Foster?
Both the ragtime song and the march were built using musical building blocks called _______.
Which Sousa march is the official American march?
Who was known as the "King of Ragtime"?
A ragtime song often used a _________ melody.
Which type of 19th century American music was "for the people"?
Who was known as the "Father of American Popular Music"?
One characteristic of folk songs was that they were transferred _________.
Ragtime is a contraction of what phrase?
Who was the "beginning" of the American popular music industry?
Who was known as the "March King"?
American popular music was revolutionized by the invention of an automated piano keyboard called a ________.
Copyright law, protecting composers and writers was passed in America in what year?
Place Joplin, Sousa & Foster in the correct chronological order.
The 6-Minute Review
for 19th Century American Music
a parlor song.
the minstrel show
"Stars & Stripes Forever"
by oral tradition
John Philip Sousa
player piano or pianola
1) Stephen Foster
2) Scott Joplin
3) John Philip Sousa
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