Jazz_Lec6 - Guitar/banjo Drums Violin Piano Traditional...

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2/1/08 Jazz History Lecture 6: New Orleans Influence on Jazz o Birthplace of Jazz(?) o Melting pot o Source of Jazz popularity Performance Venues Port city The Cornet “Kings” Buddy Bolden Freddie Keppard Bunk Johnson Joe Oliver Buddy Bolden (1877 – 1931) First jazz musician (?) First cornet king Buddy Bolden Band o Most popular Black band o 1895 – 1907 Kid Ory (1886 – 1973) trombonist Exponent of the “tailgate” style Spike’s Seven Pods of Pepper Orchestra (1922; Sunshine label) o “Ory’s Creole Trombone” New Orleans Jazz instruments Cornet (trumpet) Trombone Clarinet Bass/Tuba
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Unformatted text preview: Guitar/banjo Drums Violin Piano Traditional instrumentation Frontline o Clarinet, cornet/trumpet, and trombone Rhythm o Tuba, String bass, drums, banjo, piano Storyville (1897 1917) North of the French Quarter in Bordello District Piano professors Jelly Roll Morton (1890 1941) Storyville professor Transition jazz piano player inventor of jazz* o important early jazz oral history subject 1905 1923 itinerate 1923 Chicago * not really. He wishes he did though...
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2009 for the course MUS 231 taught by Professor Moon during the Spring '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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