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Mus 2nd test guide - MUS115 Early Jazz Recording 1917 first recording Drums were bad for recording Made the needle skipping on the recorder New

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MUS115 Feb. 28, 2008 Early Jazz Recording o 1917 first recording o Drums were bad for recording Made the needle skipping on the recorder New Orleans o Turn of the century they were the most advance “music city” o Three different opera house o Music splits into three different group Blacks Creole White (smaller) o 1917 Cleaned up by the US Navy o 1918 Lots of the musician started to leave the city New York, Kansas City, Chicago Less racism o 1919 Probation Lost many of its vice o 1923 Joe “King” Oliver Creole Jazz Band o Had a female piano player Composing and playing Louie Armstrong first wife “Real Deal” – “Real” Musician Taught Louie Armstrong o Started the whole “improve” for jazz o Brought the swing feel to jazz Idolize by trumpet and clarinet players 1900-1915 o New Orleans 1915 o Chicago 1917 o Chicago first recording, Creole o Original Dixie Jazz Band King Oliver Louie Armstrong 1923 o Real recording 1928 1
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MUS115 Feb. 28, 2008 o Louie Armstrong started to loosen up jazz “Father of Jazz” Also a Pop Singer One of the first scat singer Instead of collective improv, more of a individual improv. Less overlap of each other o More solo? “West End Blues” Late ‘20s o New York City Duke Ellington Fletcher Henderson Developed big band No longer improvise o Arranged Music o Has arranger Sectionizer o Sectionized approach o Solo from specific section from specific time Horrible business man o Band members started leaving Binge drinkers Chick Webb Mid ‘30s, 1934-35 o 3 and half feet tall! Willy! o Black Elevated drums in pop music Louie Jordan (Early ‘40s) o Tenor saxophone player o Thought that the group was his Lots of charisma, did the talking Ella Fitzgerald o Singer o Chick Webb despised the idea of a female singer at first
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2009 for the course MUS 115 taught by Professor Lalli during the Spring '07 term at Binghamton University.

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Mus 2nd test guide - MUS115 Early Jazz Recording 1917 first recording Drums were bad for recording Made the needle skipping on the recorder New

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