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Movement I - Jim Howard - Pat Sullivan Jazz Orchestra - No Compromise (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Keshicage says:
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  2. Gogami says:
    Jazz Orchestra is composed of? Trumpets, trombones, saxophones, piano, bass, and drums. Piano trio is composed of? piano, bass, and drums. Wind Instruments in Jazz? Why did New Orleans Jazz migrate to NYC? Commercial entertainment structure, sociological migration, musical demand.
  3. Kigul says:
    Guitarist who joined Davis's later 60s group and later worked with Mahavishnu Orchestra and Lifetime. In a Silent Way. Davis album that begins his experiments with fusion. Marsalis at the center of the movement. Wynton Marsalis. Trumpeter from famous New Orleans jazz family. Part of the neoclassical development in jazz. Thad Jones.
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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Jazz Album - Thomas Quasthoff on AllMusic.
  5. Yogami says:
    By the mid’s, John Coltrane was at the height of his career and already established as the guiding light of a new form of avant garde jazz that was upending traditional ideas of just what was jazz music. At the same time, huge cultural and political shifts were underway in the form of the civil rights movement, which sought to break down the existing social order.
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  7. Kirisar says:
    A definition of jazz must include reference to the importance of the blues, swing, and improvisation. These three ingredients, plus melody, harmony, texture, and rhythm, are the fundamental elements of jazz. No one can deny that jazz is American music. Most people will also agree that jazz is a combination.
  8. Daitilar says:
    Jazz - Jazz - Orchestral jazz: It was in the s that the first forms of true orchestral jazz were developed, most significantly by Fletcher Henderson and Duke Ellington. Although large aggregations had begun to appear in the late teens, these were dance orchestras playing the popular songs and novelty pieces of the day, with nary a smattering of jazz.
  9. Mesho says:
    Final unit in History of Jazz class Jazz History study guide by douglas_simpson includes 43 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities .

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