Instruments first jazz record released by a black

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Instruments-First jazz record released by a black artistMANY OF THE FIRSTS OCCURRED IN 1917
 MCMatchingFill in the BlankListening (1-20) (6-8 on Midterm)-EXTREMELY IMPORTANT (over 50%) Sidney Bechet-First Jazz Ambassador-First jazz musician to receive recognition as an artist-”Wildcat Blues”-Took him a long time to record on Black Swan Records (owned and operated by black artists)-Founded by Harry Pace Gennet Records- Richmond Indiana-Able to easily sign artists like: Jelly Roll Morton, King Oliver (and Louis Armstrong)King Oliver-Trumpet/Cornet-”Dippermouth Blues”
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Louis Armstrong-Father of Jazz-Known as trumpet king of swing-In lots of movies-Also seen as the prototype of the hot jazz musician-soloist musician-”West End Blues” (most well known and greatest trumpet solo) Hot Jazz-Black Sweet Jazz-White Fletcher Henderson-”Henderson Stomp”-Godfather of Swing-New York Style-Don Reedman, Louis Armstrong, Coleman Hawkins (all came out of his band) Paul Whiteman-King of Jazz-Sweet Jazz-Bridged gap between European and American music-Asked popular George Gershwin to compose for him-”Rapstain Blue”-”Sweet Sue” Been Crosby-”Mississippi Mud”-Vocalist-In Paul Whitemans Group Bix Biderbeck-Trumpet/Cornet/Piano-First major white Hot Jazz musician-First white jazz musician to be taken seriously-Born Iowa-”Wringin and Twistin ” ʼ ʼ
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  • Music, The American, jazz musicianDrummer/saxophonist-early jazz, Jazz Ambassador-First jazz, Tradition Marches-Early Jazz, Inventor of Jazz, Black Jazz musicianKid

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