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Where can you get a acoustic guitar in Toronto

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When country music deals with social issues its focus is often on

preserving things, rather than changing things

Which of these instruments is not among the big five of bluegrass instruments

Banjo

What instruments has the least important rhythmic role in a bluegrass band

. fiddle

Who came first in the history of bluegrass

Bluegrass as a style developed during the mid-1940s. Because of war rationing, recording was limited during that time, and it would be most accurate to say that bluegrass was played some time after World War II, but no earlier.

As with any musical genre, no one person can claim to have "invented" it. Rather, bluegrass is an amalgam of old-time music, country, ragtime and jazz. Nevertheless, bluegrass's beginnings can be traced to one band. Today Bill Monroe is referred to as the "founding father" of bluegrass music; the bluegrass style was named for his band, the Blue Grass Boys, formed in 1939.

A popular entertainer performed a rock-and-roll version of a bluegrass song on the Grand Ole Opry in 1954 Who was it

B. Elvis Presley

African-American performers is in the Country Music Hall of Fame

(>^.^)> Charley Pride (Apex)

Two musicians joined Bill Monroes band in 1945 and had a major impact on the bands sound Who were they

Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt

Which of these country performers is strongly associated with Austin Texas

Willie Nelson

Folk music bluegrass music and country music all grew out of the traditional music of the mountain region

Appalachian

When was country's first million-selling record released

1920 - 1929 apex

Folk music is primarily

.a performer's art form.

When Pete Seeger appeared before the House Un American Activities Committee in 1955 he refused to answer the committee's questions about his personal beliefs He based his refusal on

the first amendment he had his fredom of speach (apex)

A famous guitar maker once used papier mΓ’chΓ© as a component of a guitar Why

To demonstrate the importance of the top, or soundboard, to the guitars tons - APEX

These performers crossed over to country from bluegrass and became a big star

Ricky Skaggs (correct!)

What instrument is least common in bluegrass folk and country music

The instrument that is least common in bluegrass, folk and country music is the xylophone. The xylophone is a rare instrument on most of the music that is home to the Ozarks and most of the USA.

What part of the United states did the Dust Bowl affect most directly

central plains. apex bisches

What is jamming in World War 2

Jamming is a radio transmission deliberately sent out to disrupt the enemy's communications.

When Cecil Sharp visited America in 1915 people in the cities listened to a different type of music than people in the country.

true

What statement about the pedal steel guitar is true

all of the above (apex)

Which one of these is not a characteristic of folk music

Folk music was invented in the 1930s by Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger.

How many strings does a typical acoustic guitar have

six

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