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NPR Broadcast Objective:  pick 12 songs by various artists within the ENOJ style period, arrange them in an order conducive to a quality mix of tempos, author/script the disc jockey comments to be interspersed among the songs discussing the artists, song titles, characteristics of the ENOJ style, and what each song does to illustrate the style.

For researching artists, I recommend using

Google(https://www.google.com/

(Opens in a new tab. To close the tab with your keyboard press Ctrl+w, or Ctrl+F4) to find a homepage for the artist.  Please be sure to evaluate the website.  Some websites are not reputable enough for basing research (i.e.: a sixth grader’s personal homepage is probably not a good source for objective information about Buddy Guy).

I have uploaded a sample transcript (Links to an external site.)

(http://www.npr.org/templates/transcript/transcript.php?storyId=10073351

(Opens in a new tab. To close the tab with your keyboard press Ctrl+w, or Ctrl+F4) of a NPR show for you to use as a model.  Please view it and consider that approach as something worthy of a nationally syndicated broadcast.

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Artists in the Early New Orleans Jazz style to use on your radio show:

  • Baby Dodds
  • Bix Beiderbecke
  • Earl Hines
  • Gene Krupa
  • George Lewis
  • Jelly Roll Morton
  • Jimmie Noone
  • Joe King Oliver
  • Louis Armstrong
  • New Orleans Rhythm Kings
  • Sidney Bechet
  • Original Dixieland Jazz Band

(To listen to the artists listed above, please visit the “Early New Orleans Jazz (ENOJ) – Musicians” folder found inside Unit 3.)

Rubric that will be used for grading your group’s broadcast:

Scoring mechanisms:3 pts – critical, 2 pts – important, 1 – bells & whistles

Criteria

Possible

Score

Written transcript viewable and posted in discussion board

3

Characteristics of a single style period are represented

3

12+ songs from the style period named

3

Each song attributed to the artist

3

The style period’s overall characteristics are clearly explained

3

Research of artists is obvious and appropriate for the discussion

3

Broadcast is submitted/available on time

2

Each song is analyzed for its use of style

2

Broadcast is given an appropriate and catchy title

2

Order of songs is mixed in tempo and artists

2

Host of the broadcast named

1

Date and time of the broadcast given

1

Broadcast is wrapped-up with a solid conclusion

1

Broadcast quotes an artist about his/her own music

1

Broadcast quotes an artist about someone else’s music

1

Total

NPR Broadcast Objective: pick 12 songs by various artists within the ENOJ style period, arrange them in an order conducive to a quality mix of tempos, author/script the disc jockey comments to be int
Radio Broadcast for Early New Orleans Jazz NPR Broadcast Objective:  pick 12 songs by various artists within the ENOJ style period, arrange them in an order conducive to a quality mix of tempos, author/script the disc jockey comments to be interspersed among the songs discussing the artists, song titles, characteristics of the ENOJ style, and what each song does to illustrate the style. For researching artists, I recommend using Google to find a homepage for the artist.  Please be sure to evaluate the website.  Some websites are not reputable enough for basing research (i.e.: a sixth grader’s personal homepage is probably not a good source for objective information about Buddy Guy). I have uploaded a sample transcript of a NPR show for you to use as a model.  Please view it and consider that approach as something worthy of a nationally syndicated broadcast. Artists in the Early New Orleans Jazz style to use on your radio show: Baby Dodds Bix Beiderbecke Earl Hines Gene Krupa George Lewis Jelly Roll Morton Jimmie Noone Joe King Oliver Louis Armstrong New Orleans Rhythm Kings Sidney Bechet Original Dixieland Jazz Band (To listen to the artists listed above, please visit the “Early New Orleans Jazz (ENOJ) – Musicians” folder found inside Unit 3.) Rubric that will be used for grading your groups broadcast: Scoring mechanisms: 3 pts- Critical, 2 pts- important, 1- bells and whistles Criteria Possible Score Written transcript viewable and posted in discussion board   Characteristics of a single style period are represented   12+ songs from the style period named   Each song attributed to the artist   The style period’s overall characteristics are clearly explained   Research of artists is obvious and appropriate for the discussion   Broadcast is submitted/available on time   Each song is analyzed for its use of style   Broadcast is given an appropriate and catchy title   Order of songs is mixed in tempo and artists   Host of the broadcast named   Date and time of the broadcast given   Broadcast is wrapped-up with a solid conclusion   Broadcast quotes an artist about his/her own music   Broadcast quotes an artist about someone else’s music   Total 32