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Unit 4 Early Jazz 1. New Orleans Birth place of jazz music 2. Combo Jazz Less than 10 3. Collective Improvisation- everyone is improvising at the same time Trumpet—often played the melody Clarinet—decorated the melody played by the trumpet Trombone—played simper figures which outlined the chord notes and filled in low- pitched harmony notes 4. The Original Dixieland Jazz Band First jazz recorded/to exist 5. Nick LaRocca, Cornet Leader of Dixieland Jazz Band 6. 1917 First Jazz Recording livery stable blues" 7. Freddie Keppard, Cornet King in the New Orleans jazz scene 8. Chicagoans Also known as Chicago school, young jazz musicians that were learning from New Orleans people 9. Stride Style Piano Low note followed by a mid range note 10. James P. Johnson, Piano Pianist in the east coast style Historically notable "Father of stride piano" 11. Fats Waller, Piano Song writer, pianist, entertainer
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Known for his near perfect sense of rhythm Broadcasted regularly on the radio Half talking lyrics 12. Willie “The Lion” Smith, Piano
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