The rhythm is based on an American cowboy square-dance. has 3 main sections after the introduction, therefore the form is ABA or Ternary form . The introduction starts with a “tutti” which means full orchestra.
For years, the Hoe-Down from Aaron Copland’s ballet Rodeo has been used in a commercial for the Beef Council.
Rodeo is a ballet composed by Aaron Copland and choreographed by Agnes de Mille, which premiered in 1942.
noun US and Canadian a boisterous square dance. a party at which hoedowns are danced. WORD OF THE DAY.
Here’s what it says: A hoedown is a community social event featuring organized square dancing, whereas a hootenanny is a community social event stressing the playing of musical instruments (such as the fiddle, guitar, or piano), though dancing can also occur.
actor Robert Mitchum
The Kentucky Fiddler Who Inspired Aaron Copland’s ‘Hoe-Down’ Bill Stepp’s performance of “Bonaparte’s Retreat,” captured as a Library of Congress field recording, has made its way into everyone’s living rooms as the backdrop to the beef commercial declaring, ” Beef , it’s what’s for dinner.” Now, it’s receiving a music
The Beef . It’s What’s For Dinner . brand is only one promotional effort funded by the Beef Checkoff.
Garry Lee and Showdown
Garry Lee and the Showdown