Hard Bop through Miles

Hard Bop through Miles - Hard Bop A reaction to the anemic...

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Hard Bop A reaction to the anemic, cool jazz records that exploited the superficial elements of west coast. Pendulum Theory Return to roots: gospel and blues influences  Simpler harmony, rhythm and melody than bebop Powerful, explosive, hard driving “Funk” became an important concept.  Hard Bop  Standard group was the Quintet– Piano, bass, drums, trumpet, and tenor sax. The first era when the LP was firmly entrenched. (Technology influences the music) Three important bands  Horace Silver  Miles Davis  Art Blakey Moanin’ Drummer and leader of the Jazz Messengers Epitomized the  loosening  of jazz drumming styles.  Used loud intrusions as accompanimental figures.  Art Blakey Listening “Moanin” – 1958 Example of Call and Response Form is AABA Bridge has no call and response Art Blakey Listening Blues March – 1958 Drum solo: is reminiscent of a marching band functions as an interlude between solos Form is 12 bar blues Art Blakey Listening Dat Dere (Not the Ricky Lee Jones tune!) Composed 1960 by Bobby Timmons – Pianist in Blakey’s Jazz Messengers Form is AABA Groove is easy swing until the bridge, then a shuffle.  Horace Silver Horace Silver Replaced bebop lines with short catchy phrases.
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Virtuosity was not essential to his style. 
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MUS 2000 taught by Professor Nunnery during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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