Tin Pan Ally's Song Analysis

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Tin Pan Ally in time would be the place to fine popular music that was wrote by immigrants. Tin Pan Ally was just a name given to the place where the Offices of the publishers in New York (Broadway). The places where just row houses that still stand today but as homes and not music publishers. The style of music that was heard coming the offices at the time was more of classic sound up to the mid-20s. For Tin Pan Ally to become a place for music to live and grow so one day it can be institution where music icons like George Gershwin would make music for Broadway (Broadway). Tin Pan Alley’s popularity in music came with the success with having the networks with the publishing house on Broadway. The first composers to come out of Tin Pan Alley…show more content…
When Berlin was at Tin Pan Ally, her wrote a tune call “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” that took the ways of old style ragtime with the more popular beat at the time. The song solidified Tin Pan Alley by making “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” a greatest achievement for them and Irving Berlin. When Americans heard “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” it made them change how they would listen to how it was played. Berlin song help put sales in radios and the phonographs, watch made Tin Pan Ally more because they made even more music. The next is George Gershwin; at 15 he left school and started playing nightclubs before working at Tin Pan Alley. Gershwin worked for three years at Tin Pan Alley write hit after hit on the piano for customers, and while their he master his skills and in time became composer that had change jazz for the better (George). Gershwin goes on to make music for him and make some pretty pieces like “Rhapsody in…show more content…
Kay Swift Started working at Tin Pan Ally when Gershwin give her a job as pianist at his rehearsel (PBS). After that she went on to recorded with big time artist like Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, and Ella Fitzgerald. Ann Ronell was also one of George Gershwin pupil who learned from his ways of writing. The first published song that Ronell produce was “Baby’s Birthday Party” a popular fox trot song that would be later followed up by one of the great jazz standards called “Willow Weep for Me”. By end of the 30’s Ronell started to write children song when on Tin Pan Alley and her most popular work was “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf.” By the end of her career Ann Ronell would become one of the best film scorers to have live and composed in

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