Question 11 of 172.0 PointsUnable to get jobs at the high society balls and other white-sponsored functions that had been their bread and butter for years, Creoles were forced to turn to lower paying gigs at the cribs, whorehouses, juke joints and honky tonks that had traditionally been held by black musicians. True
False Question 12 of 172.0 PointsAll of these statements refer to what. Prostitution has always been one of New Orleans favorite vices, but by the late 1800’s it had out of hand. 1897- Alderman Sidney Story proposed setting aside a district where prostitution would be regulated and legal. He succeed in getting this done yet ironically, to his chagrin, the area unofficially took alderman Story’s name. _______________ has become legendary over the years as the place were jazz was born. But in fact, this is unlikely. Question 13 of 171.0 PointsThe birth of jazz was most likely an evolutionary process that unfolded over a ten to twenty year period, somewhere between ____________? Question 14 of 172.0 PointsThe Cornet “Kings” of New Orleans. Match the following names with the correct answer. A. One of the most beloved figures in jazz history. B. First great jazz musician. Only one photo exists. Only have eye witness accounts and news paper stories. Never recorded. C. Replace Bolden in 1907 when Keppard was a teenager. Jelly Roll Morton later rated Keppard as the best of the cornet kings, ahead of Bolden, Oliver and Louis Armstrong. D. Took the crown from Freddie in a street battle in 1907. Mentor to Louis Armstrong. Played a pivotal role in popularizing jazz beyond the confines of New Orleans.
Question 15 of 172.0 PointsSometimes called the “Father of Jazz Piano” because he was one of the first pianists to synthesize the blues, ragtime and European forms and styles into a new and original piano style. A. Louis ArmstrongB. Sidney BechetC. King OliverD. Jelly Roll Morton Question 16 of 172.0 PointsStride, named for its loping left-hand technique, is a high energy, ostentatious and demanding style that produced some of the greatest piano master in jazz history. Question 17 of 171.0 PointsAll of the following are Harlem Stride Piano Players except?
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