Jazz listen 1

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Jazz listen 1
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2011-09-20 01:42:37
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  1. Street Cries of Charleston
    • African American male street vendor
    • vocal inflections
    • Street cry
  2. Porgy and Bess: Fisherman, strawberry, Devil Crab
    • Miles Davis instrumentally imitating the cry of an African American male street vendor, accompanied by the Gil Evans Orchestra
    • Trumpet
  3. Hunter's Dance
    • West African field recording
    • West African folk
    • repeating bass
    • overlapping call and response
    • repeating metallic sounding rhythimg
  4. One Day
    • The Angelic Gospel Singers and The Dixie Hummingbirds
    • piano accompaniment
    • call and response
    • vocal inflections, smearing
    • syncopations
    • swing feeling
  5. One O'Clock Jump
    • Count Basie
    • big band
    • 12 bar blues
    • syncopation
    • piano, guitar, walking bass, drum, trumpets, saxes, trumbones
    • swinging
  6. Birdland
    • Weather Report
    • jazz-rock fusion
    • sax, synthesizer, bass guitar,
    • percussion: hand claps, tambourine, drums
  7. Dixie Jazz Band One-Step
    • The Original Dixieland Jazz Band
    • cornet, clarinet, trombone, piano, drums
    • reached mainstream audiences
    • syncopated
    • trombone smears
    • meter in 4
    • call and response
  8. Wolverine Blues
    • Jelly Roll Morton
    • Piano, clarinet, drums
    • swinging
    • early jazz
    • stride piano style
    • improv
    • solo break
    • syncopation
  9. Singing the Blues
    • Bix Beiderbecke and Frankie Trumbauer
    • Cornet, c-melody sax, clarinet, trombone, piano, guitar, drums
    • most revered recordings
    • improv
    • cool jazz style
    • pale tone colors
    • ABAC song form
    • solo break
    • arpeggio
    • call and response
    • collective improv
  10. West End Blues
    • Joe "king" Oliver, ft. Louis Armstrong and Earl Hines
    • trumpet, clarinet, trombone, piano, bango, drums
    • stride style
    • 12 bar blues
    • opening phrases among most famous in jazz history
    • vibrato
    • staccato
    • pitch smears
    • improv
    • call and response
  11. Hotter Than That
    • Louis Armstrong
    • trumpet, piano, bass
    • meter in 4
    • solo break
  12. Handful of Keys
    • Fats Waller
    • Piano
    • swinging
    • improv
    • AABA form and ABCD form
    • stride style
    • meter in 4
  13. You've Got to Be Modernistic
    • James P. Johnson
    • piano
    • stride style
    • one of jame's most meatiest and most spirited performances
    • improv
    • syncopation
    • swinging

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