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Unformatted text preview: include any of the following: piano, guitar, bass or drums. Early jazz bands sometimes included banjo and tuba in place of the guitar and bass. Hot Bands: Jazz bands that featured fast tempos and dramatic solo and group performances, usually with more improvisation that sweet bands had. Cool Jazz: More complex compositions, slower tempos, and less overt emotional involvement. Explicit: Fully and clearly expressed leaving nothing implied. Implicit: Implied or understood, yet not directly expressed. Third Stream: A blend of jazz and European concert music. Break: A short pause in a band’s playing to feature a soloist. Harlem Renaissance: A period (roughly 1921-1929) of outstanding artistic activity among African Americans. Classic Blues Style: Developed in cities after country blues developed. Always featured a female vocalist. Uses 12-bar blues form and other pop song forms....
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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.
- Fall '08