MUHL FINAL EXAM review - Lennie Trisano Piano, Composer,...

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Lennie Trisano – Piano, Composer, cool jazz originator Lee Konitz – Alto sax, cool jazz Berry Mulligan – Baritone sax, smooth/melodic, no piano Dave Brubeck – Piano, Composer, features odd meters, classical Stan Kenton – Big band leader, not swing, progressive jazz advocate, west coast jazz, cool jazz Horace Silver – Piano, hard bop, funky jazz, composer with catchy themes Art Blakey – Drummer, hard bop, lead jazz messengers Miles Davis – Trumpet, cool jazz, ovigard, fusion, some hard bop, understated style of playing, on cutting edge Clifford Brown – trumpet, performer, hard bop, smooth melodic style John Coltrane – tenor sax, some soprano, most influential tenor sax in jazz, highly complex technical improv Wes Montgumery – guitar, foremost guitarist in hard bop jazz Cannonball Adderly – Alto sax, hard bop, flowing super charges improv Ornette Coleman – avant garde, free jazz, alto sax Bill Evans – Piano, avant gard, floating pulse, modal nature, classical influence
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course BUSINESS 4500 taught by Professor Warren during the Spring '12 term at Youngstown State University.

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