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Quiz 2 Review 02:25 MAPLE LEAF RAG 1. Who wrote Maple Leaf Rag? 2. What division was it? 3. AA------- 4. T/F Played just as it was published? MAPLE LEAF RAG 1. Who changed the form of Maple Leaf Rag? 2. What was the new form? 3. T/F It was a Triple Division of the Beat? 4. T/F It was done with much improvisation 5. It had many _____ notes. HELL HOUND ON MY TRAIL 1. Who wrote Hell Hound on my Trail? 2. What great musician did he influence? 3. T/F He used measured phrases  3. Finish the text declamation, Statement…. LOST YOUR HEAD BLUES
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1. Who wrote Lost Your Head Blues? 2. Finish the text declamation, Statement… 3. What imitated the vocalist BLUE HORIZON (Slow Blues Form) 1. Who wrote Blue Horizon? 2. What was the unique clarinet sound? 3. Extensive use of what? 4. What other instrument did this musician play? STRUTTIN WITH SOME BARBECUE 1. Who wrote Struttin With Some Barbecue? 2. Where was it recorded and in what year? 3. What did Louis make important? Hotter Than That 1. It was written in response to…? 2. It was a good example of ____ singing by Louis Armstrong. West End Blues 1. Most famous of Louis Armstrong’s _____
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2. Included what instrument at the end? 3. Who played piano for this song? Weather Bird 1. Weather Bird was a famous duo between which two people? 2. Piano style referred to as _____ style. 3. Where and when was it recorded? SINGING THE BLUES 1. Who wrote Singing the Blues? 2. How was he different from Armstrong? 3. What instrument did he play? THE STAMPEDE 1. Who wrote The Stampede? 2. What cartoon was this used in? 3. What kind of feel did it have? WRAPPIN’ IT UP 1. Who wrote Wrappin’ It Up? 2. Was it a larger or smaller band?
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3. What beats was the emphasis on? DOGGIN Around 1. Who wrote Doggin Around? 2. What was the arrangement, _______ Vs. ________? 3. When was it written? EAST ST. LOUIS TOODLE O 1. Who was it written by? 2. Bubber Miley’s extensive use of the plunger mute was referred to as….? NEW EAST ST. LOUIS TOODLE O 1. How many years after East St. Louis Toodle O was this written? 2. T/F It was less sophisticated 3. T/F It had a new form and a new soloist Concerto for Cootie – Do Nothing Til You Hear From Me 1. Who was it written by? 2. Who was it written for? 3. This was composed with who in mind? 4. Cootie created many different sounds due to what?
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Development of Jazz Jazz could not have developed without the development of what things? 1.
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