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Unformatted text preview: exemplary of any jazz, neither is the singing. Example 7 didnt sound like jazz until the muted trumpet came in. Id label this as another smooth jazz tune. Example 8 sounds like a blues-oriented progression. Id definitely call this jazz. I like how it starts out slower and then speeds up, I also enjoyed the organ solo just after it speeds up. Example 9 was blatantly jazz when the piano syncopation on the higher octave started playing. The bouncy left-hand chords of the piano and the faint sound of congas make it also seem like its a jazz tune. I noticed how you didnt give us any swing tunes that were 100% had to be jazz. You wanted us to listen and explain why we did or didnt think it was jazz we heard. It was kind of hard explaining why each was or wasnt jazzmost of the time I just wanted to say it just is or it just isnt!...
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This note was uploaded on 06/29/2011 for the course FIN 322 taught by Professor Zhu during the Spring '11 term at Oakland University.
- Spring '11