Jazz_Lec37 - 1st group hard bop at concert; recordame (2nd...

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1 st group hard bop at concert; recordame (2 nd song) Characteristics -Gospel/Blues influence -Greater variety of tempos when compared to bebop -Composition style (new changes) -Hard driving and aggressive rhythms -Similar instrumentation to bebop Art Blakey (1919-1990) -Pittsburgh -Drummer/Bandleader -Hard Bop founder -1938 - Mary Lou Williams -1939 – Fletcher Henderson -1944 – Billy Eckstine -1947 – Africa -Abdullah Ibn Buhaina -1950 – Buddy DeFranco Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers -1954 – Horace Silver -1955 – Jazz Messengers Moanin’ (1958) -Blue Note recording -Form: AABA -Composer: Bobby Timmons -1 st Chorus – A- Piano Call, ensemble response A-Horn Call, rhythm section response B- ensemble A- piano call, ensemble response -2 nd and 3 rd – trumpet(melodic development) -4 th and 5 th – saxophone (melodic development -6 th and 7 th – piano Horace Silver(b. 1928) -Norwalk, Connecticut -Pianist/ Composer -1951 – New York -1952 – Blue Note -1954-1956 – Art Blakey -1961 – “Filthy McNasty” -1964 – “Song For My Father”
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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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