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Born on March 30,1964 in Cleveland, Ohio Went to an Episcopal high school
Began performing her self
at Tuft Campus Radio Station.
Caught her big break in 1986 Brain Koppelman introduced Tracy to his father-Charles Koppelman Ellio Robert became her manager Slide3
About her Music (1)
recorded her first album
Recorded the hit song-Fast CarGot the best New Artist at Grammy
) On Billboard's 200 Slide4
About her Music (2)
The release of Matters of the Heart(1992)
to receive any real international
Still on the Billboard 200 New Beginning (1995) Hit song- Give Me One Reason(the best rock song )
Received her fourth Grammy Award in 1997 Slide5
Worked as an activist, speaking and performing on behalf of several nonprofit organizations
the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and Circle of Life (no longer
Composition History 1
Talkin’bout a Revolution
from her first album “ Tracy Chapman” in 1988
the song by herself in 1986
A biggest hit song in the other countries in Europe
in 1988, with her first album “ Tracy Chapman”
The genre was Contemporary folk
On the Hot 100Slide7
Composition History 2
Baby Can I Hold You Tonight Give Me One Reason
in 1988 with her first album
the top fifty in the United States The genre-contemporary
on the album “ New Beginning” (1995
A winner on the Billboard Chart
up of slow, low-key tunes and a few upbeat tracks Slide8
3:21 Bridge 2 Begins: non-vocal music ,
repeats some melodies , help give balance
in the entire song
4:56 Coda : The rhythm gets slower and slower and becomes descanting. It repeats common themes in order to emphasize a specific idea or emotion
Fast Car0:18 Verse 1 Begins: From them we can get the light and brisk rhythm , the tempo of it is perfect.
2:22 Bridge 1 begins: Dissenting voice first, and have a beautiful phoneme conversion when it is accenting Slide9
Give me one reason
1:02 Verse 2 begins: The deep voice of the singer make me permeate in it. The singer sings it using her soul.2:00 Chorus 1 begins: There is a background vocal in this part, specific chords throughout this harmony .
3:54 Bridge 2 begins: It expresses a different feeling to the audiences . The melodies are hard to disappear.
4:20 Coda: It repeats melodies and it ends the blues .Slide10
Baby Can I Hold You Tonight
0:43 Verse 2 begins : A wide range , Melodic Intervals are small , a smooth or conjunct melody 1:41 Chorus 1 begins: notice a change of Melody and character in the middle 2:34 Chorus 3: a higher pitch than before , quadruple meter with a simple division , the tempo is a little fast .
3:06 Coda : It becomes slower and slower Slide11
Talkin’ Bout A Revolution
0:23 Verse 1 : The first part repeats the melody , melodic intervals is very small 1:29 Chorus: It gives the strong feeling of the whole song , the contour is assenting .
2:05 Verse 3: A specific pitch is played, a slow harmonic rhythm contains different textures in it.
2:39 Coda : It creates a certain feeling , using the rhythm can change different parts. Because there is a strong influence on it.Slide12
Work Cited Biography about Tracy Chapman : http://www.biography.com/people/tracy-chapman-20872547?page=1 Profile of Tracy Chapman By
Espie Estrella, About.com Guide http://musiced.about.com/od/songwriters/p/tracychapman.htm About Tracy Chapman : http://www.about-tracy-chapman.net/
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