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1-24-08_Notes - Quiz on Tues: 60-70% on in class notes...

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Quiz on Tues: 60-70% on in class notes Mystery tunes: all green listings on song list Know blues examples and song forms Drop lowest quiz grade 1/24/08 1917: Closing of storyvilles Very First recording of “jass” record; Original Dixieland Jass Band Listen to Dixie Jass Band Delivery stable blues done in New York; 5 white musicians from New Orleans; Formed group in Chicago; typical front line: clarinet, trumpet, and trombone; rhythm section was piano and drums, no bass ? Nick B. (in book) racist Bands around this time: Louisiana Five Memphis Five New Orleans Kings of Rhythm New Orleans Rhythm Kings Dixieland New Orleans Band ODJB: Original Dixieland Jass Band Livery Stable Blues had a hook; stop time: the background/rhythm section stops but the soloist continues playing
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Joe King Oliver (1885-1937): Cornet player Creole Jazz Band (7 players); 1 st “REAL” New Orleans group; VERY SUCCESSFUL!! Armstrong offered job elsewhere and turned his first offer down; joined King Oliver
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course MUSIC 145 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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