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Jazz_songs - 1917 Livery Stable Blues by Original Dixie Land Jazz Band Front line(3 horns cornet trombone clarinet Also piano drums but no bass 12

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1917: Livery Stable Blues by Original Dixie Land Jazz Band Front line (3 horns) cornet, trombone, clarinet Also piano + drums but no bass 12 bar blues form Trumpet: melodic Animal sounds: novelty aspect 1921: Carolina Shout by James P Johnson Stride style, borrows from ragtime Ragtime written down – stride piano is improvised Harlem: father of stride piano Multi-strain format Test piece 1923: Dippermouth Blues by Joe King Oliver Collage of sounds by improvisation Used hat/derby – human quality Louis Armstrong’s mentor 12 bars Stop time on 123 1923: The Pearls by Jelly Roll Morton Creole, big ego, claimed to be inventor of jazz Greatest hot tune writer Combines influences: military band music 1926: Heebie Jeebies by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five Intro to this piece uses Charleston rhythm (Dance craze ) New Orleans style Jazz – improvisation Clarinet solo (individual solos, moving away from collective improvisation)
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course MUJZ 419 taught by Professor Mason during the Spring '06 term at USC.

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Jazz_songs - 1917 Livery Stable Blues by Original Dixie Land Jazz Band Front line(3 horns cornet trombone clarinet Also piano drums but no bass 12

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