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Unformatted text preview: Clifford Brown-tpt – best hard bop tpt- full sound- developed patterns into longer lines Sonny Rollins – ten sax- motivic and thematic development, rubato-like phrasing, changed sound Sonny Rollins’ Album - Saxophone Colossus With Brown and Roach Pent-up House Miles Davis 1950s Quintet- “Classic Quintet” John Coltrane- Ten sax, Red Garland- pno, Paul Chambers-bs, Philly Joe Jones-dr Second great rhy sec in jazz history Contrast of styles- Miles-space, lean, lyrical Coltrane –aggressive- “Sheets of Sound”-opposite of Miles, many notes Garland- light, swinging If I Were a Bell – not on cd...
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- Spring '11
- miles, hard bop, Sonny Rollins, Horace Silver Quintet, Horace Silverpno, Bop Hard Bop