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Music APP Jazz final

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jazz trill but wider
Jazz
music rooted in improv and characterized by syncopated rhythm,steady beat and unique tone colors and performance techniques
call and response
one instrument plays and the other instrument,played back and forth
ragtime
style of piano music composed and played primarily by black pianists in the south
blues
relaxed style of jazz that often has a triplet rhythm
Bessie Smith
Empress of the blues
jazz rhythm section
usually made up of piano bass and drums
New orleans style
happy style of music,dixieland
scat singing
using nonsense syllables
Louis Armstrong
dixieland jazz improviser,Sachmo
swing music
has a lilt rhythm
bebop
bop,complex style of jazz meant for listening usually played by combos
cool jazz
similar to bebop but calmer and more relaxed
free jazz
No certain pattern of chords,not based on regular or established chord patterns
fusion
fuse jazz and rock rhythms,Jazz rock
Miles davis
most popular fusion/jazz rock performer
Rock
vocal music with a hard driving beat often featuring electric guitar accompaniment and heavily amplified sound
Charlie Parker
Greatest sax player ever,bebop,"bird"
rhythm and blues
blues,jazz,gospel styles
Elements of Jazz
played in a group 3-8 players big band small group or combo,rhythm section
riff
very short melodic patterns between phrases of a melody
country and western
a folk-like guitar based style associated with rural white americans
Motown
type of music that blended rhythm and blues with elements of pop
folkrock
folk songs with rock rhythms
classical rock
third string classical with rock rhythms
psychedelic rock
lighting effects with music,mixed media
acid rock
hard driving rock
disco
rock you can dance to
country rock
country western with rock rhythms
reggae
music from west indies concerns social problems,political issues
funk
electrification and syncopated rhythms
punk
raucous style of rock in which the material was typically ultrasimple and performers were not experts
new wave
similar to punk, but not as angry extensive use of electronic technology and outlandish costumes
heavy metal
type of basic rock with sexually explicit lyrics bizarre costumes and tremendous volume
rap
rhythmic talking accompanied by a dj who manipulated recordings on two tables to create a collage of rhythmic effects(similar to recititive,known as sprecksteen)