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July 7, 2006 Jazz History and Styles Bix Beiderbeck (1903-1931) Dixieland Jass Band One Step (1917) Collective Improvisation First jazz recording The hallmark of jazz is improvisation Oliver-Williams West End Blues (1928) Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five Louis Armstrong – trumpet Fred Robinson – trombone Jimmy Strong – clarinet Earl “Fatha” Hines – piano Mancy Cara – banjo Zutty Singleton – drums Swing Early ‘30s to late ‘40s Big band Duke Ellington Fletcher Henderson Count Basie Benny Goodman Dorsey Brothers Glenn Miller Combos Art Tatum Lionel Hampton Ben Webster Lester Young Jonah jones Django Reinhardt Benny Goodmann Sextet, I Found a New Baby Bop (Hard Bop) Charlie Parker Dexter Gordon Stan Getz Dizzie Gillespie Miles Davis J.J. Johnson Milt Jackson Thelonius Monk Max Roach Charlie Parker, KoKo
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Cool Jazz Miles Davis Chet Baker Bob Brookmeyer Stan Getz Paul Desmond Vince Guaraldi Dave Brubeck Stan Kenton Stan Kenton, What’s New? Avant-Garde and “Free” Jazz
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Unformatted text preview: Ornette Coleman Don Cherry Sun Ra Herbie Hancock Keith Jarrett Charles Mingus Art Ensemble of Chicago Ornette Coleman Don Cherry, Cloning Fusion Miles Davis Chick Corea Herbie Hancock Joe Zawinul Pat Metheny John McLaughlin Michael Brecker Wayne Shorter Stanley Clarke Jaco Pastorius Chick Corea Return to Forever, Majestic Dance Edward Kennedy Duke Ellington (1899-1974) Pianist Composer/Arranger Band Leader Diversity and Breadth of his style characteristics of his music Arrangements Film Scores Romantic Ballads Exotic Works Concert Works Sacred Works Concerto type works Swinging instrumentals with jazz solos Dukes arranging is unique Diversity of themes within a single piece Block scoring Voicing across sections Wordless vocals Parts written for unique capabilities of musicians Mixture of improvised parts with prewritten parts...
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course MUSIC 102 taught by Professor Stuart during the Summer '06 term at Iowa State.

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