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Jazz Music
Articulation
Dynamics
Improvisation
Jazz
The style in which a note is played
The volume of a note or notes in a song
Making up music as you play
An american style of music originating in the 1920's
Articulation
The style in which a note is played
Dynamics
The volume of a note or notes in a song
11 terms
Jazz Music
Counter Melody
Ragtime
12 Bar Blues
Frontline
Second melodic line played at the same time as the tune
Style of music that came before jazz which uses syncopated rh…
12 bar chord sequence
Plays the melody and improvised solos
Counter Melody
Second melodic line played at the same time as the tune
Ragtime
Style of music that came before jazz which uses syncopated rh…
87 terms
Music: Ken Burns Jazz
New Orleans
early 1800s
spirituals, work songs, brass bands, a…
because there were a lot of people fro…
where was jazz "born"?
when was jazz born?
jazz was influenced by what types of music?
why did jazz originate in new orleans?
New Orleans
where was jazz "born"?
early 1800s
when was jazz born?
21 terms
Music: Jazz
Jazz
New Orleans/Dixieland Jazz
Buddy Bolden
King Oliver
America's home-grown classical music. Derived from the blues,…
The style of jazz that developed in the New Orleans region fr…
(1877—1931) American. Cornetist generally considered to be am…
(1885—1938) American. Took Bolden's style in cornet playing t…
Jazz
America's home-grown classical music. Derived from the blues,…
New Orleans/Dixieland Jazz
The style of jazz that developed in the New Orleans region fr…
25 terms
Music: JAZZ
4 elements of jazz
Band music
ragtime 1890s
Form of ragtime
Syncopated rhythm, Blue notes, Unusual sounds/scatting, impro…
first major influence on jazz
piano music that takes a popular melody and plays it in a syn…
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4 elements of jazz
Syncopated rhythm, Blue notes, Unusual sounds/scatting, impro…
Band music
first major influence on jazz
10 terms
Jazz Music
Jazz
Polyrhythmic
Break
Scat Singing
A musical form distinguished by its reliance on improvisation…
Juxtaposing two or more different rhythms.
A measure or two where everyone stops playing except for the…
Vocal improvisation using non-sense syllables.
Jazz
A musical form distinguished by its reliance on improvisation…
Polyrhythmic
Juxtaposing two or more different rhythms.
36 terms
Music Jazz
City Jazz originated
Claimed to invented Jazz
First Jazz Artist
Where Jazz grew up
New Orleans
Jelly Roll Morton
Buddy Bolden
Storyville, African community
City Jazz originated
New Orleans
Claimed to invented Jazz
Jelly Roll Morton
Jazz Music
Styles (9)
New Orleans/Dixieland General Characte…
New Orleans/Dixieland Instruments/Voic…
New Orleans/Dixieland Composer
- New Orleans/Dixieland... - Swing/Big band... - Bebop... - Cool Jazz…
- Bass ostinato... - Improvised sections for each instrument... - F…
- Trumpet... - Clarinet... - Drum set... - Piano... - Trombone... - Singer... -…
Louis Armstrong
Styles (9)
- New Orleans/Dixieland... - Swing/Big band... - Bebop... - Cool Jazz…
New Orleans/Dixieland General Characte…
- Bass ostinato... - Improvised sections for each instrument... - F…
43 terms
Jazz Music
In jazz the composer is often the:
In classical, the performer plays musi…
Ragtime period
Ragtime literally means
Performer
Somebody else
1890-1910
"Ragged time" which refers to the feel of the music
In jazz the composer is often the:
Performer
In classical, the performer plays musi…
Somebody else
37 terms
Music - Jazz
Dates for Ragtime
What does Ragtime mean?
What does "ragged time" refer to?
Who made Ragtime popular?
1890-1910
Literally "ragged time"
The feel of the music - lots of syncopation and cross rhythms
Scott Joplin
Dates for Ragtime
1890-1910
What does Ragtime mean?
Literally "ragged time"
19 terms
Jazz Music
Impressionism in music
where did Jazz music begin?
what was Jazz music rooted in?
Red Light District
experiments with tone color
New Orleans
gospel/blues
centered in Storyville, wanted cheap entertainment, led to Ja…
Impressionism in music
experiments with tone color
where did Jazz music begin?
New Orleans
14 terms
Music-Jazz
The roots of Jazz
The Blues
The earliest jazz masters
Roaring 20's and Jazz
-combination of African American and European music... -originat…
-came from working songs from the slaves... -for communication a…
-Jelly Role Morton... -Louis Armstrong... -Scott Joplin
-right after WW1... -youth was rebellious ... -parties, alcohol, ja…
The roots of Jazz
-combination of African American and European music... -originat…
The Blues
-came from working songs from the slaves... -for communication a…
13 terms
Jazz Music
Musical Aspects
Instrumentation
Rhythm Instruments
Brass Instruments
Swing, loose, Free
Rhythm, Brass, Sax
Bass Piano Drums Guitar Aux Percussion
Trumpet Trombone
Musical Aspects
Swing, loose, Free
Instrumentation
Rhythm, Brass, Sax
9 terms
Music Jazz
Jazz
Blues
Blue Notes
Band Music
orginated in U.S then New Orleans rooted in improvisation cha…
Developed in rural black community during the Civil War. It's…
Produced by lowering pitch of the third, fifth and seventh to…
Marching band instruments saxophone,trombone,tuba,drums. Musi…
Jazz
orginated in U.S then New Orleans rooted in improvisation cha…
Blues
Developed in rural black community during the Civil War. It's…
23 terms
Music -Jazz
dorian mode
break
scat singing
jazz
scale with whole half whole whole half whole steps
only soloist is playing
form of vocal improvisation-nonsense
a musical form distinguished by its reliance on improvisation
dorian mode
scale with whole half whole whole half whole steps
break
only soloist is playing
32 terms
Jazz Music
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_dN5Z…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ovy6rk…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yh3m-h…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5x1p6…
Work Song. Call and Response
Black Minstrel. By Bert Williams
By Emmett Miller. White Minstrel.
By Mississippi Fred McDowell. AAB Lyric forms. Country Blues.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_dN5Z…
Work Song. Call and Response
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ovy6rk…
Black Minstrel. By Bert Williams
14 terms
Jazz Music
Ragtime
Features of Ragtime
Dixieland
Features of Dixieland
1st era of Jazz. 1900
PIANO music... Simple chordal accompaniment... Driving rhythm... Some…
2nd era of Jazz. 1920s
Improvised solos... Set changes (chords) used as an accompanimen…
Ragtime
1st era of Jazz. 1900
Features of Ragtime
PIANO music... Simple chordal accompaniment... Driving rhythm... Some…
48 terms
Music - Jazz
What are the four types of jazz?
What are the blues like?
How many people usually play the blues?
What is traditional jazz like?
Blues, Traditional Jazz, Swing/Big Band, Bebop
Simple, honest, unprocessed, free, soulful, easy to play but…
One vocalist and guitar
Usually a 12 bar structure
What are the four types of jazz?
Blues, Traditional Jazz, Swing/Big Band, Bebop
What are the blues like?
Simple, honest, unprocessed, free, soulful, easy to play but…
33 terms
Music - jazz
What is the date for ragtime
This refers to the feel of the music:
Who made ragtime popular
Disturbance or interruption of the reg…
1890-1910
Ragtime
Scott Joplin
Syncopation
What is the date for ragtime
1890-1910
This refers to the feel of the music:
Ragtime
22 terms
Music - jazz
What century was jazz developed in
What is jazz music a fusion of
What was jazz originally called
Where did Dixie land jazz come from
Early 2oth century
African and European traditions that came from newly freed sl…
Dixieland jazz
New Orleans
What century was jazz developed in
Early 2oth century
What is jazz music a fusion of
African and European traditions that came from newly freed sl…
Jazz Music
improvisation
progression
syncopation
emotion
creating melodies on the spot over a chord progression
pattern of chords repeated several times
placing notes before or after the beat causing music to swing
great amount of feeling
improvisation
creating melodies on the spot over a chord progression
progression
pattern of chords repeated several times
21 terms
music jazz
jazz
polyrhthmic
break
scat singing
musical form distinguised by its reliance on improvisation an…
juxtaposing two or more diff rhythms
a measure when everyone stops
vocal improv on nonsense syllables
jazz
musical form distinguised by its reliance on improvisation an…
polyrhthmic
juxtaposing two or more diff rhythms
24 terms
Jazz Music
overblowing
half-valving
speech rhythm
blues scale
changing mouth position & increasing air flow; sounds crass
pressing valves down partially; technique to change timbre of…
"talking" through the instruments; emphasis on certain "words…
1st, minor 3rd, perfect 4th, flattened 5th, perfect 5th, mino…
overblowing
changing mouth position & increasing air flow; sounds crass
half-valving
pressing valves down partially; technique to change timbre of…
12 terms
Music - Jazz
1900s
1910s
1920s
1930s
Blues
Ragtime
Dixieland/New Orleans Jazz
Swing/Big Band
1900s
Blues
1910s
Ragtime
20 terms
Music - Jazz
Work songs
Call and response
Instrumental music/Ragtime
Sprituals
Songs sung by black american workers to give hope
When one melody line plays and the other plays in response, r…
Composed piano music played syncopated with the right hand an…
Religious/work songs
Work songs
Songs sung by black american workers to give hope
Call and response
When one melody line plays and the other plays in response, r…
25 terms
Music Jazz
Order of time periods.
Characteristics of Ragtime
Characteristics of Dixieland
Characteristics of Swing/Big Band
Ragtime, Dixieland, Swing/Big Band, Bebop, Cool, Hard Bop, Fu…
Silent films, cartoon-y
4-8 people (polyphonic)
10-20 people (polyphonic), danceable, the music swung
Order of time periods.
Ragtime, Dixieland, Swing/Big Band, Bebop, Cool, Hard Bop, Fu…
Characteristics of Ragtime
Silent films, cartoon-y
25 terms
Music Jazz
Order of time periods.
Characteristics of Ragtime
Characteristics of Dixieland
Characteristics of Swing/Big Band
Ragtime, Dixieland, Swing/Big Band, Bebop, Cool, Hard Bop, Fu…
Silent films, cartoon-y
4-8 people (polyphonic)
10-20 people (polyphonic), danceable, the music swung
Order of time periods.
Ragtime, Dixieland, Swing/Big Band, Bebop, Cool, Hard Bop, Fu…
Characteristics of Ragtime
Silent films, cartoon-y
23 terms
Jazz music
Where does jazz come from?
Elements of jazz before 1950
Tone color
Main solo instruments
European, west African, American
Tone color, solo instruments, improvisation, rhythm, melody,…
Small group(3-8) rhythm section is the back bone-maintains beat
Cornet, trumpet, sax, clarinet, trombone, piano, vibraphone
Where does jazz come from?
European, west African, American
Elements of jazz before 1950
Tone color, solo instruments, improvisation, rhythm, melody,…
6 terms
Music jazz
Blues
Ragtime
New Orleans (Dixieland)
Swing
1900
1910/20
1930
1940
Blues
1900
Ragtime
1910/20
35 terms
Music - Jazz
Who was considered the first great Jaz…
What did Morton's personal card say?
Who played a pivotal role in the devel…
What form did Henderson's arrangement…
Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton
"Jelly Roll Morton: Inventor of Jazz and Stomps, World's Grea…
Fletcher Henderson
"Call and response form"... -various sections of the orchestra t…
Who was considered the first great Jaz…
Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton
What did Morton's personal card say?
"Jelly Roll Morton: Inventor of Jazz and Stomps, World's Grea…
12 terms
Jazz Music
West End Blues
Buzzard Lope
Reckless Blues
Down Home Rag
Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bichet
Bessie Jones & Georgia Sea Island Singers
Bessie Smith and Louis Armstrong
Wilbur Sweatman
West End Blues
Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bichet
Buzzard Lope
Bessie Jones & Georgia Sea Island Singers
Jazz Music
blues
ragtime
dixieland
Swing
lyrics describing hardships and are often improvised. The 12-…
a style of jazz played on piano with "ragged", or syncopated…
a style of jazz popular in the 1920's that originated in New…
Also known as "Big Band Swing." Typically made up of 17 playe…
blues
lyrics describing hardships and are often improvised. The 12-…
ragtime
a style of jazz played on piano with "ragged", or syncopated…
Music - Jazz
breathy phrasing
melodies sung or played in a relaxed,…
complex harmonies
collective improvisation
cool jazz
bossa nova
bossa nova
dixieland jazz
breathy phrasing
cool jazz
melodies sung or played in a relaxed,…
bossa nova
12 terms
Music (jazz)
Arranger
Axe
Big Band
Blues
A person who takes a compisition written by someone else and…
The nick name for a jazz musicians instrument.
A jazz ensemble that includes 5 saxes, 4 trumpets and a rhyth…
Originating from an African American community. The song usua…
Arranger
A person who takes a compisition written by someone else and…
Axe
The nick name for a jazz musicians instrument.
11 terms
Jazz Music
Take Five
Sly
Acknowledgement
Swing to Bop
Dave Burbeck, West Coast Cool Jazz
Herbie Hancock, Fusion Jazz
John Coltrane, Avante Garde
Charlie Christian, Small Group Swing
Take Five
Dave Burbeck, West Coast Cool Jazz
Sly
Herbie Hancock, Fusion Jazz
Jazz Music
What a wonderful world
La vie en rose
Take five
Respect
Louis Armstrong
Louis Armstrong
Dave Brubeck
Aretha Franklin
What a wonderful world
Louis Armstrong
La vie en rose
Louis Armstrong
Jazz Music
when started
where started
performers
Us history
1900
Cities, ex slaves looking for work
factory workers
Industrial Revolution
when started
1900
where started
Cities, ex slaves looking for work
88 terms
Jazz Music
West African Music Characteristics
African Music Oral Tradition
African Instruments
West African Performance characteristics
African music is functional... Music is organized as part of al…
African music is memorized and not written and passed on from…
primary & secondary rattles... concussions... friction: singing b…
They tune specific instruments to scales used in their societ…
West African Music Characteristics
African music is functional... Music is organized as part of al…
African Music Oral Tradition
African music is memorized and not written and passed on from…
10 terms
Jazz (Music)
Ragtime
Dixieland
Big Band
Blues
Scott Joplin, Jelly Roll Morton
Louis Armstrong, King Oliver
Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington
Ma Rainy, Mamie Smith
Ragtime
Scott Joplin, Jelly Roll Morton
Dixieland
Louis Armstrong, King Oliver
52 terms
Music jazz
AABA TERNARY SONG FORM
NIEL HEFTY
Clarence William
BLUES NOTE
12 BAR BLUES... ... I (c) ---TONIC HARMONY -... }|////|////|////|////…
Trumpeter-composer-song writer and arranger ... HE OFFERED A JOB…
Pianists ..composer..vocalist
is a note that—for expressive purposes—is sung or played at a…
AABA TERNARY SONG FORM
12 BAR BLUES... ... I (c) ---TONIC HARMONY -... }|////|////|////|////…
NIEL HEFTY
Trumpeter-composer-song writer and arranger ... HE OFFERED A JOB…
15 terms
Jazz music
definition
recognizable
merge
feature
määritelmä
tunnistettava
yhdistää
ominaisuus
definition
määritelmä
recognizable
tunnistettava
45 terms
Jazz music
Accompaniment
Arco
Ballad
Bass
Performing with another performer or performers, usually in a…
The technique of playing upright Bass with a bow.
A simple song, usually romantic in nature
An instrument that looks like a very large violin; also calle…
Accompaniment
Performing with another performer or performers, usually in a…
Arco
The technique of playing upright Bass with a bow.
13 terms
Jazz Music
What is Jazz music commonly called?
Three Evolutionary Phases of Jazz
Do jazz musicians usually play with gr…
The Head
"America's Music"
a. 1900-1945: performed mainly in New Orleans... b. 1925-1945: j…
Yes
What the jazz theme is usually called
What is Jazz music commonly called?
"America's Music"
Three Evolutionary Phases of Jazz
a. 1900-1945: performed mainly in New Orleans... b. 1925-1945: j…
37 terms
jazz music
i got rhythm
shaw nuff
koko
a night in tunisia
don byas/slam stewart, bebop
dizzy gillespie/charlie parker, bebop
charlie parker, bebop
bud powell, bebop
i got rhythm
don byas/slam stewart, bebop
shaw nuff
dizzy gillespie/charlie parker, bebop
15 terms
Jazz Music
Blood Count
Christopher Columbus
Mood Indigo
Over The Rainbow
Duke Ellington
Fats Waller
Duke Ellington
Art Tatum
Blood Count
Duke Ellington
Christopher Columbus
Fats Waller
24 terms
Jazz Music
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
12 bar blues
use of blues scale
Lyrics that deal with suffering + are personal
Vocal effects such as bending, moaning + slides
Blues
12 bar blues
Blues
use of blues scale
34 terms
Music Jazz
Ragtime
New Orleans jazz
Chicago Jazz
Swing
New Orleans solo piano style - late 1800s early 1900s - Scott…
1910s & 20s - 1st main style of jazz - combines elements of r…
jazz move to Chicago due to prohibition - roaring 20s - SOLO…
1930s to 40s styel - purpose is to dance - uses BIG BANDS = 1…
Ragtime
New Orleans solo piano style - late 1800s early 1900s - Scott…
New Orleans jazz
1910s & 20s - 1st main style of jazz - combines elements of r…
13 terms
Jazz Music
jazz
New Orleans
jassing
ragtime music
can be called swing or blues and dates back to 1772
birthplace of jazz music
"messing around" with different instruments; self-learning an…
specific type of jazz music played on the piano and sometimes…
jazz
can be called swing or blues and dates back to 1772
New Orleans
birthplace of jazz music
17 terms
Jazz Music
What two styles used ONLY piano?
Which Jazz musician experimented with…
Considered fast and furious?
A combination of Rock and Jazz
Ragtime and Boogie Woggie
Dave Brubeck
Bebop
Fusion
What two styles used ONLY piano?
Ragtime and Boogie Woggie
Which Jazz musician experimented with…
Dave Brubeck
31 terms
Music Jazz
Black Bottom Stomp
Cornet Shop Suey / Potato Head Blues
Singing the Blues
The Mooche
Morton
Armstrong
Trumbauer / Biederdecke
Ellington
Black Bottom Stomp
Morton
Cornet Shop Suey / Potato Head Blues
Armstrong
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