• Woody Herman: Chronicles of the Herds

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    Born in the Russian republic of Tatarstan and now based in Australia, Zulya Kamalova teams up with her band The Children of the Underground for an interdisciplinary concept album that reflects the singer's interlocking interests in art, theater, and song. Last week I was researching jazz music because I had a sense I would learn some things about the music I've been making... Works for: LATIN, LatinJAZZ & POP First of a series of 3 Broadway (Showtune Jazz) styles based on the famous Korg i3 arranger (Broadway 3, Broadway 5 and Broadway 6).
  • Who's who of jazz: Storyville to Swing Street.

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    Now you get 10 trax like this and nothing that rocks, kicks or is noticable and catchy. These responses are (1) the actual hearing of the rhythm and (2) the physical response to the rhythm. Vers les années 1950 apparaissent des évolutions au bebop, comme le cool et le hard bop. Evolving out of jump blues in the late '40s, R&B laid the groundwork for rock 'n' roll. Jazz has continued to mean something to people for over a century because enough people have always cared to do something about it.
  • Sounds of Jazz, Bk 1 (Frances Clark Library Supplement)

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    It is distinguished by complex, atypical rhythmic structures including irregular stopping and starting, sharp melodies, and dissonant chords.... [tags: music] How to Listen to Music With Your Whole Body - After watching how to listen to music with your whole body I had felt surprised that she had such a firm grasp of music and sound. And hundreds of very specific letter-codes would only get confusing for programmers trying to locate music, so please confine yourself to the ones listed on the chart.
  • Dave Frishberg: Jazz Play-Along Volume 98

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    I personally enjoy and play most the tunes of the classic "swing" jazz era. Early in the evolution of classical music, a system of notation was gradually developed which for the most part remained stable from the Renaissance on. Try out the creative jazz styles including Charleston, Fats Waller, "Jaco", Tango, Lui Prima, and a Dixieland Band that just cooks! With the exception of groups such as Jaspects, jazz today is considered by Brown and some others to be a "museum piece" that aged instead of evolving.
  • Duke Ellington (Life&Times)

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    However, salsa is still primarily sung in Spanish, and very few performers have crossed over to reach the same kind of success singing in English. Although some history books claim that hard bop arose as a reaction to the softer sounds featured in cool jazz, it was actually an extension of bop that largely ignored West Coast jazz. No one quite agrees about who is the king of salsa at the moment, but Willie Colón, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, and Hector Lavoe are on everyone's list as the dominant names in salsa.
  • Hard Bop Academy: The Sidemen of Art Blakey and the Jazz

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    But it was with the rise of the avant-garde (sometimes called free jazz) that improvised music moved a giant step forward, leaving even more listeners behind! They are not his opinions, he is not saying “Here are the genres I hate most” he is asserting that these are the genres that attract the most hate. Louis exploded at the end of the decade, influencing the likes of Irving Berlin who said, "Syncopation is the soul of every true American.
  • The Jazz Life of Dr. Billy Taylor

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    Plus it's EXPANDED to fit 8 chords per bar. If you like to craft catchy songs that almost anyone can relate to, pop is your cup of tea. In the meantime, the dance craze that swept the northern cities in the 1910s, originating in New York from black musicians such as Ernest Hogan and James Europe, fostered the creation of "syncopated orchestras" both in New York and Chicago. Johnson, the trombonist of Benny Carter's band (1942-45) and Charlie Parker's quintet (1947), adapted the trombone to the style (if not the mood) of the bebop era.
  • Just Classic Jazz, Vol. 2 for guitar (book & CD) (Ultimate

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    The Heavies, in particular, were known in their early years for beginning their songs as catchy pop and rapidly steering them into jazz territory before "resolving" the composition, thus not losing any pop listeners but successfully "exposing" them to jazz elements in "baby steps". The Baroque era witnessed the creation of a number of musical genres which would maintain a hold on composition for years to come, yet it was the Classical period which saw the introduction of a form which has dominated instrumental composition to the present day: sonata form.
  • Jazz -

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    Bebop gradually developed during the 1940’s. In 2008, Rushen accepted a professorship at the Berklee College of Music, in Boston. Later in the 1960s, jazz adopted new elements, including electric instruments, long song forms, and a dialogue between jazz and pop music that continued through the 1970s in the style known as fusion.. Radio stations were mushrooming across the United States in the 1920s.
  • Jazz Inventions for Keyboard: Book & CD

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    Improvisation is inventing something on the spur of the moment and in response to a certain situation; in jazz, it is when musicians perform a different interpretation each time they play the same tune, i.e., a tune is never played the exact same way twice, whether played by the same musicians or an entirely different group; the improvisation becomes its own musical dialogue between band members without any preconceived notion of what the final outcome will be.