His place in ragtime is the forefather planted the

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Louis Morale Godshock-Legitimate stuff? His place in Ragtime is the forefather-planted the seeds for what would become ragtime-popular piano traditionJames Reese Europe- Popularized the foxtrot-Ambassador of Ragtime (traveled to Europe and introduced it into culture)-60% Ragtime 40% Jazz-In charge of the clef club- First black musician to perform at carnegie hall-First black orchestra leader to record for a major record label New Orleans-NOT the birthplace of Jazz but is the Melting Pot of Jazz-Because of New Orleans Jazz became popularBuddy Bolden and the Cornet Kings-First Cornet King-First Black Jazz musicianKid Ory-Trombone-Tailgating Style Jelly Roll Morton-Storyville- Transition Jazz piano player-Talked the talk and knew how to play-”Inventor of Jazz”-He was given the nickname of Professor-First to write jazz on paperEtemology of the word Jazz (sex, fast paced, etc.) Papa Jack Laine-First white jazz musician- Drummer/saxophonist-early jazz musicians came out of his group including the Original Dixieland Jass Band (creators of jazz)- Livery Stable Blues (first jazz record)-1917
New Orleans groups tend to collective improvisation-stop time-2 beat field-front line (trumpet trombone and clarinet) and rhythym section Wilbur Swetman-New York-Woodwind
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  • Spring '07
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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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