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Transition to Bebop

Transition to Bebop - 1909-1956 Severely limited vision...

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Transition from Swing to Bebop Transition from Swing to Bebop Charlie Christian - Breakfast Feud Charlie Christian w/ Goodman sextet. Blues form. This is a compilation of several solos. Each solo is introduced by a 4 bar phrase. First example of amplified electric guitar. Django Reinhardt Django Reinhardt 1910-1953 Belgian gypsy guitarist 1928 - Lost 2 fingers in a fire. Compensated with a new technique. Un-amplified – unlike Charlie Christian Quintette du Hot Club de France First outstanding European Jazz Musician Art Tatum Art Tatum
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Unformatted text preview: 1909-1956 Severely limited vision Amazing Technique & velocity at piano Reharmonization Willow Weep for Me Tiger Rag Coleman Hawkins Coleman Hawkins Body & Soul – A famous pop song, he plays nothing resembling the original melody. Extensive use of the tri-tone substitution. Very advanced harmonic concepts. I Got Rhythm I Got Rhythm Don Byas (Tenor Sax) Slam Stewart (Bass) Recorded 6/9/1945 Don Byas – very advanced tenor sax Slam Stewart known for bowed/sung solos...
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  • Spring '08
  • Nunnery
  • Charlie Christian, Charlie Christian w/, Bebop Charlie Christian, Rhythm Don Byas, Charlie Christian Quintette

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