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Intro To Jazz Final
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Coleman Hawkins is often lot-ed as the father of the tanner saxophone
Charlie Christian played guitar in the cool laid back like the tanner saxophone Lester Young played
Jame P. Johnson composed Duke Ellington theme song "Take The A Train"
Fats Waller: referred to Duke Ellington as God
Ellington Cords were a distant cluster of notes
Fats Waller's small combo works stand out as the most fully developed musical doc. Of the Harlem stride tradition
Andy Curk built Mary Loe Williams as the lady who sings the blues
Be-bop was partly an outburst of black rage an attempt to create an alternative world
Art-Tatum stands out as a simple and well understood figured
The pairing of saxophone and trumpet was the typical frontline for a Be-bop Group(Somba)
They" the black jazz players of the jazz 1940's demanded acceptance as an artist
Billy Strayhorn composed Duke Ellington theme song "Take The A Train"
Louis Armstrong was responsible for three features of jazz that last through today: Jazz is a soloist art, one of jazz fundamental is blues, and Armstrong created a stride
Duke Ellington compositions included; mood indigo, sophisticated lady, black beauty, pre-lude to a kiss, and solitude
Syncretism is not the blending together of cultural elements that previously existed separately
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