Live Jazz Concert Report

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Unlike the Language we learn in school, music is a special type of language that can be use as a type of communication tool. Jazz is origin from African American and its main characteristics are swing and syncopation, improvisation, distinctive voices bent notes and modes. I’ve watched an amazing concert for the Jazz term paper. The title of the Live Jazz Concert is “Brian Culbertson feat Michael Lington” As the Piano and the Trombone player, Brian Culbertson is one of the main performer that caught my attention as an audience. Not surprising at all, I’ve done some research toward him. Brian Culbertson was born Decatur, Illinois. He started playing piano at the age of 8, drums at 9, trombone at 10, bass in 7th grade. I think most people are like me are these ages, playing around everyday after school and not worry a thing. …show more content…
The second Musician I want to talk about would be Michael Lington during the live Jazz Concert. Michael Lington is the Sax player. He is a Danish- American contemporary Saxophonist , producer, songwriter, recording artist and a purveyor of soul and contemporary Jazz. I personally love the way how the concert went, even though I’m not in the actual performance, but I still felt how excited the audiences was during the concert. During the Concert the music was played very soft and it did not have anything like the big band or African influence kind of characteristics. This Concert is a type of Jazz are called Smooth jazz, where in my opinion it is a combination of blues, rock and roll and pop music style. I love the way

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