chap 13-14

chap 13-14 - Bennie Goodman o All music in swing style o...

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Bennie Goodman o All music in swing style o Biggest superstar in 1930’s o Greater following than Ellington o Not well liked by his musicians o Clarinet player at age 17 o Began recording at 18 o Big impact in 1930’s Leading own band in 1934 o Stole players from Ellington o Worked with Henderson o 1935 On cross country tour Not filling venues National broadcast from Palomar Ballroom in LA Changed some charts – generated large enthusiasm Launched national reputation o 1937- ‘King Porter Stomp’ Live performance Arrangement by Henderson o 1937- ‘Sing, Sing, Sing’ Features Jean Krupa on drums One of great swing drummers Harry James- trumpet Riffs and shout chorus Drum solos o 1938- ‘Don’t Be That Way’
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32 bar AABA End- fade out Musicians get softer o Not done by engineer o 1939- ‘Rose Room’ Charlie Christian- electric guitar Lionel Hampton – vibes o One of the ‘King Launchers’ o Goodman tried to integrate fans
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MUSIC 145 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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