This style, or "__" originated with brass bands that performed for funerals (second loning), parties and dances in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Many of the musical instruments had been salvaged from the Spanish American and Confederate Wars and included the ensembles included the clarinet, saxophone, cornet, trombone, tuba, banjo, bass, guitar, drums and occasionally a piano. Musical arrangements varied considerably from performance to performance and many of the solos embellished the melody with ornaments of Jazz improvisation. This lively new music combined syncopations of ragtime with adaptations of popular melodies, hymns, marches, work songs and the Blues. The mid 1990's saw a strong resurgence in the Classic form. This is also referred to as 'traditional. It was created in the early 1920s, when the traditions of blues, ragtime, and brass band were integrated into one musical piece. Common instruments in a __ jazz-style group included trumpet-cornet, clarinet, trombone, and occasionally the saxophone. The rhythm section could include the banjo, piano, drums, string bass, or tuba. ___ was usually performed without a vocalist. Well-known __ musicians include bandleader Joe "King" Oliver, trumpeter Louis Armstrong, pianist Jelly Roll Morton, and trumpeter Bix Beiterbecke. The wordless vocals called "Scat" and the Roaring 20's hipster style evolved out of this century. __ music from his last stylistic period often bore religious titles: "A Love Supreme," "Ascension," "Om," "Crescent," "The Father and the Son, and the Holy Ghost," "Ogunde," "Meditations," "Amen," "Ascension" and others. His thinking, like Sun Ra's, also focused on outer space: "Infinity," "Interstellar Space," Sun Ship," "Cosmos," "Out of This World," etc.