History of Jazz; Reading and Listening for Test 1 Chapter readings Ch. 1-Read all. Ch. 2-Read all. From the Appendix 356-359 - up to and including "sixteenth notes." 365-367 - Don't get bogged down by pictures of piano keyboard. 369 (from "The Blues"
History of Jazz; Reading and listening for Test 2 Ch. 7-Read from p. 104-up to and including p. 108. Read Johnny Hodges (first three paragraphs, pp. 110-111). Read Jimmy Blanton (p. 116). Read from Diversity of Ellington's Music (p. 118) to the end o
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 se
Music 214: History of Jazz
-Wrote with specific musicians in mind.
-Collaborated with Bubber Miley (trumpet, used growl technique with a plunger). East
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-First mentor was Fats Waller. Sta