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History of Jazz; Reading and Listening for Test 1 Chapter readings Ch. 1 —Read all. Ch. 2 —Read all. From the Appendix 356-359 - up to and including “sixteenth notes.” 365-367 - Don’t get bogged down by pictures of piano keyboard. 369 (from “The Blues”)-371 From the Appendix readings, make note of any terms or concepts you don’t understand. Ch. 4 —Read all. Ch. 5 —Read all except : Fats Waller and Boogie-Woogie (p. 58) Bix Beiderbecke and Trumbauer (pp. 66-68) Jimmie Noone, Sidney Bechet (pp. 69-70) Jack Teagarden (p. 70) Baby Dodds, Zutty Singleton (pp. 72-73) Eddie Lang (p. 73) ( Do read Lonnie Johnson ) Vocal Blues (pp 73-76)
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Unformatted text preview: Listening Jazz Classics CD African Retentions Sequence (tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6). Know all titles; Know performers only on track 2 (Miles Davis) and track 6 (Weather Report). Dixie Jazz Band One-Step, The original Dixieland Jazz Band (track 7) Wolverine Blues, Jelly Roll Morton, Johnny Dodds & Baby Dodds (track 8) West End Blues, Louis Armstrong & His Hot 5 featuring Earl Hines (track 14) You’ve Got to Be Modernistic, James P. Johnson (track 19) Demonstration CD (reinforces lecture material) Tracks 1-15 (review of drum demo) Tracks 16-20 and 33- 43 (general review of concepts)...
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