这是讬福经文加试的一篇音乐田野的稿本题,缀我弁给大师结论的音乐归类调查吧。虽说新讬福测验机经重申率变得很小,犹自经文加试静物重申率极高的,再比方像钜子花这道被覆学题,和风流秉、新经典秉这道文学标题问题,眼同绪胶质细胞这道微肌体标题问题,考生恒要做到耳熟能详,听觉意象的挞组建。日月自己人来调查Ragtime Music.
  Ragtime推荐了一种热门于美国十九世纪转圈名为ragtime的音乐,可以或许设绮年人的能(spirit of youth)之类的,此乐热门是自piano的眷念,由于二者着然太比拟了。在那会儿时光,在各种各样情景都用钢琴。此乐接着热门等第,(like Rock & Roll在某一时间一致)。这里绽露考点,女学童说了摞后,来了一句 I just don’t get it,欲望是要通饬explain,还说piano 之所以然然接着那会儿受欢迎,一是由于它能与乐律出产喈,另外一是由于接着它算一种资让开的意味何若的symbol of wealth and status。再加上,那会儿时光,大师都没钱,就去public concert or restaurant何若的听音乐,而piano态够响当当,又和ragtime music rhythm比拟的完美无缺,所以然然,二者相期益彰这般音乐幼稚人很相似,由于很有积极性。除外漫天遍野表露啊,park表露等不着钢琴,由于难搬(绽露考点)because of transportation problem。 并,此乐也是 jazz的原任,由于吹奏者不按牌理出牌,一首曲七小我弹,弹出七种调。这类regtime音乐麻烦很远啊,比如眼前的jazz苟从那开通来的。
  Ragtime 拉格泰姆音乐(1890-1915纪在美国热门的一种音乐)
  Ragtime is an American musical genre which enjoyed its peak popularity between 1899 and 1918. It has had several periods of revival since then and is still being composed today. Ragtime was the first truly American musical genre, predating jazz. It began as dance music in popular music settings years before being published as popular sheet music for piano. Being a modification of the then popular march, it was usually written in 2/4 or 4/4 time (meter) with a predominant left hand pattern of bass notes on odd-numbered beats and chords on even-numbered beats accompanying a syncopated melody in the right hand. A composition in this style is called a "rag". A rag written in 3/4 time is a "ragtime waltz".
  Ragtime is not a "time" (meter) in the same sense that march time is 2/4 meter and waltz time is 3/4 meter; it is rather a musical genre that uses an effect that can be applied to any meter. The defining characteristic of ragtime music is a specific type of syncopation in which melodic accents fall between metrical beats. This results in a melody that seems to be avoiding some metrical beats of the accompaniment by emphasizing notes that either anticipate or follow the beat. The ultimate (and intended) effect on the listener is actually to accentuate the beat, thereby inducing the listener to move to the music. Scott Joplin, the composer/pianist known as the "King of Ragtime", called the effect "weird and intoxicating". He also used the term "swing" in describing how to play ragtime music: "Play slowly until you catch the swing...".[1] The name swing later came to be applied to an early genre of jazz that developed from ragtime. Converting a non-ragtime piece of music into ragtime by changing the time values of melody notes is known as "ragging" the piece. Original ragtime pieces usually contain several distinct themes, four being the most common number.