Category: Jazz

Ultimate Showstoppers Jazz: Piano/Vocal/Chords

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It ferments quickly and is a popular drink at bars and dance halls, as well as at social occasions where the music originated. Meanwhile, you can look around at what others have created. Bring your family or friends-make a day of it! He died on February 1, 2003 at Baptist Hospital in Miami, following a stroke. Sometimes when they do them, the general public gets to hear about them and they come to light. BrainPOP Themes explore ideas and events that bring together diverse topics.
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Chop-Monster, Book 2: Trombone 2 (Book with 2 CDs)

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It had been Joni Mitchell and Steely Dan, after all, who had introduced so many of us to the talents of Tom Scott, Pat Metheny, Larry Carlton, Joe Sample and Jaco Pastorius. Another revolution came (in the following decade) with the popularity of the phonographic record, that turned a local phenomenon into a city-wide, state-wide and eventually country-wide phenomenon. Rock Music - After the prefab jovem guarda style faded away, hard rock and prog became more prominent, although still quite marginal in comparison to homegrown MPB and bossa nova.
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Jazz Spoken Here: Conversations With Twenty-Two Musicians

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For a more thorough definition, go to Who Is a Folk Artist? For example I started out playing Jazz music not from mainstream but rather from Pop music. Without any qualification, the usual meaning of "classical music" in the English language is European classical music (an older usage describes specifically the Western art music of the Classical Music Era). Country blues performers often improvised, either without accompaniment or with only a banjo or guitar.
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Joplin -- Three Piano Rags (Alfred Masterwork Edition)

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Works for: REGGAE, POP/ROCK & CCM Lighter and 16th note based Reggae for Reggae Jazz and Pop too! She does them both in what is very close to the original style, as well as offering up contemporary interpretations that enhance rather than detract from the original roots. On the other hand Ellington's friend Earl Hines ' s twenty solo "transformative versions" of Ellington compositions (on Earl Hines Plays Duke Ellington recorded in the 1970s) were described by Ben Ratliff, the New York Times jazz critic, as "as good an example of the jazz process as anything out there."
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John Coltrane Plays "Coltrane Changes": C Instruments

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Composed of two side-long suites edited heavily by producer Teo Macero, this quiet, static album would be equally influential to the development of ambient music. P.' (Red Gate / 1995), Positive with Gianni Parrini 'Traum Remix' (UMM PR / 1995), Brothers Of The Coast 'Ouverture' (Universal / 1995) cosmic dream. This style crosses barriers and artists and has been heard on hundreds of hits by hundreds of other pop, C&W, R&B, and rock artists. While obsolete now, Tin Pan Alley remains synonymous with the most prolific and diverse period in American popular music.
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Club Date Combo Collection: Guitar (Club Date Combo Series)

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Ale Carr is the cittern player with Dreamers Circus, the Denmark-based, classical-inspired trio with two wonderful records to their credit. That jazz developed uniquely in the United States, not in the Caribbean or in South America (or any other realm to which thousands of African blacks were also transported) is historically fascinating. And the original version is more or less kind of traditional, harmonically speaking. Faster, more abstract and not for dancing, bop pushed jazz for the first time into art status and out of low culture.
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Alfred Day's Treatise on Harmony

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Labels like “big band music” and “swing” had already managed to attract a nostalgic glow about them, lessening their usefulness in describing the relevance of more recent recordings. It has become increasingly difficult to categorize modern jazz. To celebrate that fact and fill requests here is a nice fatback. In this song he is introducing the festival's most famous band, lead by Louis Armstrong. Blues usually takes the musical form of a twelve, eight, or sixteen bar structure based on tonic, subdominant, and dominant chords with 12 bar being the most common and readily recognizable structure.
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It's Easy to Play Duke Ellington

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And it was a major accomplishment for Soul-Patrol.com. Etic--the point of view of a cultural outsider such as a scholar or tourist. S. capable of running the Python programming language. The small jump combos of the early 1930s evolved into large bands often including at least a half dozen of each major instrumental grouping; i.e., brass, winds, strings. A lot of money and time went into this. "Smooth Jazz" came out of a lot of audience research; it was the name that listeners used most often to describe the mix; it was also had great recall, and positive reactions.
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Jazz Theory Resources: Volume 2

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While in European classical music elements of interpretation, ornamentation and accompaniment are sometimes left to the performer's discretion, the performer's primary goal is to play a composition as it was written. Fitzgerald refereed Jazz as the years between the end of world war one which is in 1918 and the crash of the stock market in 1929. His slot was filled by Eli "Paperboy" Reed who turned it into a Gene Toons Tribute. En outre, il emprunte de nombreux éléments à la musique populaire américaine (en) et à la tradition des brass bands [3].
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Still More New Orleans Jazz Styles Duets: Early Intermediate

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Jazz has always had an interest in the world beyond its borders. Dedicating his 12th Shanachie collection to his daughters Kayla and Kimberly, the man The Washington Post calls �a romantic pied piper� incorporates cutting edge production and deep beats into a mix of seriously sultry ballads and funked up, supremely grooving originals. A few of you out there might call it a tradition of "blue eyed soul." By 1917, a recording by a new musician, Louis Armstrong, took over Tin Pan Alley and the 1920s were dedicated to the playing and recording of Jazz.
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