Listening Review- Week 2 - Taryn OFlynn Jazz History Week 2...

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Taryn O’Flynn- Jazz History- Week 2 Listening Review- Make-up Source Jungle Blues was recorded for the Victor label on 7-4-27. Jungle Blues has been considered the first of the hot style jazz records. Recorded at the Victor Talking Machine Co. Studios, 925 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago. V21345A, July 4, 1927 This song can be found on the internet at Review “Jungle Blues” was written and performed by one of the greatest creole pianists, Ferdinand Morton. Morton stands out as the first major jazz composer, blended blues and ragtime styles. Morton's kind of syncopation could be applied to virtually anything. Many say that his secret was an incredible rhythmic invention that knew no boundaries. This piece, along with many of his other is reminiscent of the blues, ragtime, square dance, and even a little bit of Latin- American music. Musicians: Jelly Roll Morton (piano), George Mitchell (cornet), Johnny Dodds (clarinet), Bud
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  • Spring '12
  • Carr
  • Music, Jelly Roll Morton, Morton. Morton, Jungle Blues

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