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New orleans and jazz
fr, sp, fn, american
musical omninpresence
embracing of afro am arts
passion for dancing
Brass Bands
became important because of the love of parades.
New Orleans
Downtown New Orleans
Creoles. High educated, high culture
Uptown New Orleans
Black Slaves. No education, oral tradition
Storyville
New Orleans.
red light district
bands played for entertainment and money
Buddy Bolden
New Orleans
1st jazz trumpeter
Freddy Keppard
New Orleans
Creole band trumpeter
funeral parade
New Orleans
songs were being played during a funeral, first sad and than joyfull. Resulted in Second Lines
second lines
New Orleans.
danicing to music on the sidewalks and the streets
Creole band
New Orleans
lead by freddie keppard.-
code 111
New Orleans.
you can free slaves. Created the Creole CLass
Code Noir
New Orleans.
All blacks are blacks, including creole
chicagoans
Swing
white jazz band
Austin High Gang
swing.
west side of chicago
Bix Bierderbecke, trumpet
paul whitman
swing
king of jazz,
played sweet music,
symphonic jazz
fletcher henderson
swing
big bands
antiphonal voicing
shout chorous
piano
Count Basie
swing.
KC Style
Head Arrangment
Rift
piano
Duke Ellington
swing.
piano
Larger works
sacred services in harlem
head arrangments
swing.
count basies simple structures for players to remember without noting
rift
swing. melodic content of arrangements was highly compact and repetitive
shout chorus
swing. Fletcher Henderson, band plays high and loud to climax at end
Stride Piano
Swing
james p. johnson
swing
father of stride
benny goodman
swing
trading fours
swing
when tweo soloist alternate phrases
count basie
fade chorus
swing
comping
swing
piano accompianate with syncopated cords
count basie
collective improve
new orleans
the band improves all together
out chorus
new orleans
final chorus intended to climax the performance
king oliver
break
new orleans
brief solo
king oliver
stop-time
new orleans
band plays a pattern while soloist fills in gaps
king oliver
sidmean
new orleans
tag
new orleans
Wah-wah
new orleans
sounds produces by waving an object back and forth in front of the bell
king oliver
tailgate trombone
new orleans
explosive and loud effects
kid ory
louis armstrong
new orleans
trumpet
sidney bechet
new orleans
red hot peppers
new orleans
ferdinand "jelly roll" morton
new orlenas
original dixie land jazz band
new orleans