jazz3 - For my final off-campus live performance, I went...

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For my final off-campus live performance, I went back to Shanghai 1930. This time there was a duo playing that consisted of piano and bass. This performance like there other I attended at Shanghai 1930 was also free of charge and had a casual fell to it, although there were more people dressed up in the establishment this time. This group due to their small size though served a different purpose. They provided more background music than an actual performance. This could also be seen in the audience’s response to them there was little to no clapping at the end of a piece and the majority of people were in engaged in conversation during the playing. The atmosphere was like that of jazz clubs of the late 1940’s more conversation than active listening. The communication between the two players was minimal. The duo mainly looked at their music therefore to the lack of cues it can be inferred that they had practiced quite a bit to play in accord so well. The music they played was very much like the music played in the
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