Lecture 21 1970s Fusion

Lecture 21 1970s Fusion - Highly arranged First part-...

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Lecture 21 1970s Fusion Herbie Hancock Chameleon from HeadHunters Influence of funk- James Brown Superimposition of riffs Static harmonic blocks of Rhythmic activity One or two alternating chords Simpler harmony allows for more rhythmic complexity Ostinato (repeating) bass line Electronic keyboards, synthesizers Weather Report Joe Zawinul- keyboards Wayne Shorter- saxophones Black Market from Black Market Use of multiple synthesizers Ostinato bass line
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Unformatted text preview: Highly arranged First part- static harmony Later- hook-like melodic harmonic section Little real improvisation Chick Corea And Return to Forever Stanley Clarke bass Latin based fusion- mostly samba rhythms from Brazil Rhodes electric piano Spain from Light as a Feather Samba Fast- slick More traditional in regard to melody and harmony Not static like previous two examples But rhythmically appealing to fusion fans...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course SCHC 367 taught by Professor Mr.valerio during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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