Arts and Literature Part 2

Arts and Literature Part 2
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  • Music-Early Songs
  • Music-1800s
  • *Plays "Nearer, My God, to Thee"*
  • Music-Westward Expansion
  • Sharing is caring
  • Early songs were patriotic or religious
  • Music-Gospel Music
  • In the 1800s, it showed a rise in middle class interested in music that was entertaining and emotionally stirring.
  • Transcendentalism-mid-1800s
  • The Western Expansion mixed musical traditions to create new American sounds, particularly African American sounds.
  • THE END
  • African and European musical traditions combined to create a new style known as gospel music.
  • Transcendentalists believed the most important truths in life went beyond human reasoning or transcended, hence their name, and they also believed each individual should live up to divine possibilities within. Out of this, transcendentalists made literature reflecting transcendentalist thoughts.
  • How American Artists reflecting on European ideas create a style portraying the American way of life and how poets, writers, and musicians began creating ideas under American themes. These aspects reflect much of America’s society today
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