Eurojazzland: Jazz and European Sources, Dynamics, and

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Handbook of Chord Substitutions

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Some of the famous jazz artists who owe their success to Miles include John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, J. From these early beginnings the likes of the Beatles, the Rolling stones, and other groups drawing on influences from both sides of the Atlantic developed pop and rock music. Still a favorite genre in jazz music schools around the world, many clubs still feature be-bop to this day, but today's bop sounds tamer and calmer than the original item. Gypsy Jazz - Originated by French guitarist Django Reinhardt, Gypsy Jazz is an unlikely mix of 1930s American swing, French dance hall "musette" and the folk strains of Eastern Europe.

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"Kind of Blue": The Making of the Miles Davis Masterpiece

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Still it is clear that experimentation in the progressive metal sub-genre has slowly but steadily grown in popularity ever since its humble beginnings in the early 1980s. Works for: ROCK, C&W & CCM Second of 3 Rock Shuffle styles inspired by the famous i3 arranger. We're trying to help students improve their writing the hard way. For a long time, many people called it "ragtime" but they never called it "blues". Motets were also sung during this time period. Anthony Braxton began recording standards over familiar chord changes.

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Jazz Tunes for Improvisation, Vol 2: E-flat, Book & CD

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But unlike the music of Coleman, for example, it is not the simplicity of Black blues, but of an imaginary genre of folksongs, or folk dances..." (Jost 127); and: "Without being in any way imitative, [Shepp's compositions] contain echoes of Ellington and Mingus, overlaid on one side by the tonally disoriented sound of the Cecil Taylor groups (Into the Hot!) and on the other, by a coarse folksiness, a quality also occasionally present in later Shepp compositions" (italics added; Jost 111).

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Hiromi -- Place to Be: Piano Solos

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Though I have made comparisons to more contemporary composers like John Zorn, Franco Donatoni, Luciano Berio, and György Ligeti, these composers likewise have little or no association with 12-tone music in the examples I have used. In many ways it combined with elements of these musics to create new genres, many that leave the beaten path of melody and rhythm into abstract areas where the movement is on the timbral level. The 28 live tracks on this double CD set, largely culled from their own extensive back-catalogs, showcase the pair alone with two acoustic guitars, engrossed an intimately nostalgic give-and-take...

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American Babel: Rogue Radio Broadcasters of the Jazz Age

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The heat and urgency of bebop began to relax with the development of Cool Jazz. Jazz groups again became smaller ensembles and their work became more experimental and aimed at appreciative listeners rather than at dancing. Larry Graham: I have not met him yet to verify this. Essentially it was a mixture of bop with certain aspects of swing that had been overlooked or temporarily discarded. It uses materials from the Wikipedia article " Smooth jazz ". Since it is now the 21st century, we think it's about time for the First City of Jazz to start celebrating the First Century of Jazz, and we'd like to start by inviting you.

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Billie Holiday

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The project was featured in international press including Modern Drummer Magazine, SoulTracks.com, and Big City Rhythm & Blues Magazine, and prompted Susan Whitall of the Detroit News to dub Schultz "Kid Motown." His 1950s recordings included R & B experimental jazz, unusual meters, early electric instruments, and synthesizers. Wynton Marsalis explains his famous nickname and what made Dizzy so unique as a musician. "Afro-Cuban jazz celebrates a collective musical history.

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Gil Scott-Heron: Pieces of a Man

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I created it by sitting in this chair, in the middle of the night, just writing down my thoughts about music/culture. This beat is often created using a sample of the percussion break of another song, usually a funk, rock, or soul recording. Works for: JAZZ, ROCK & FUSION Third of three Fusion styles based on the famous i3 arranger (Fusion 3, Fusion 5 and Fusion 6). Gallery 41 - Featuring rare, historical, and uniquely personal conversations with the greatest artists of our generation. These selections are also suitable for audition and performance situations.

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Pres: The Story of Lester Young

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Evolving out of jump blues in the late '40s, R&B laid the groundwork for rock 'n' roll. Start on the Latest Tracks channel—the newest music just hitting our site. One of the first Miles alumni to strike out on his own was drummer Tony Williams who joined the Davis band in 1963 at the tender age of 17. Then it was simultaneous collective improvisation and the creation of frantic turbulence that emphasized textures more than the development of melody-like lines. most influential guitarist in modern jazz.

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Rhythm Guides: Jazz, Funk & Fusion

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Thus the marching bands contributed the instruments, blues singers contributed the improvisation, and ragtime contributed the syncopation (that ragtime had, in turn, taken from the "minstrel shows"). Our editors have found them, and you can hear them. Both have great importance in the development of Acid Folk, and this may be the reason that strict definitions of the genre cannot be given. Jazz, Latin, and Rock repertory studied in light of historical rhythm section performance as well as modern applications.

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