F08 350_Exam3Review

F08 350_Exam3Review - JAZZ HISTORY 19001950 EXAM 3 REVIEW...

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JAZZ HISTORY 1900–1950 EXAM 3 REVIEW Here are some suggestions for study toward Exam 3 ( this is not an all-encompassing list; consult your notes ). The exam will consist of forty-five multiple-choice questions covering both class lectures and assigned reading in your text. If you missed one or more class sessions, consult a classmate for notes and then consult with Carl. BRING A PENCIL! (WE'LL SUPPLY THE COMPUTER FORMS) Listening: Be able to recognize the AABA pop song form. Be able to distinguish between Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis of the 1940s. Be aware of the typical distinctions between the swing style and bebop. Be aware of the typical distinctions between bebop and cool jazz (as heard in the "Birth of the Cool" band). Be able to recognize "trading" between soloists. Chalkboard notes and overhead projections, including: the symbolic end of the Swing Era factors that led to the end of the Swing Era bebop "first wave": birth years, instrument, characteristics in common Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis: characteristics of their styles in the 1940s
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2009 for the course MUS 350 taught by Professor Carlwoideck during the Fall '08 term at University of Oregon.

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