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Vocabulary, History of Jazz 12-bar blues form - a common 12-bar musical form in which the harmonic scheme includes primarily the I, IV and V chords. 32-bar AABA form - a common musical form comprised of an 8-bar section which is repeated, an 8-bar section of contrasting material, and a repetition of the first 8-bar section the beat - the pulse implied by the music break - a short rhythmic-melodic solo played by an instrument or singer between ensemble passages bridge - the B section of a 32-bar AABA form changes (chord changes, chord progression) - the sequence of accompaniment chords for a tune, often used as the basis of a jazz improvisation chord - a group of three or more notes of a scale—built on thirds chording - harmonic accompaniment, that is, chords, played on every beat (every quarter note) by keyboard, guitar, or banjo a chorus - one time through the form of a tune. comping - evolved from chording. Harmonic accompaniment, that is, chords, played sporadically, at musicians discretion. (short for
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course MUSC 214 taught by Professor Goldstein during the Spring '08 term at UMBC.

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