Music Moves People Of All Cultures, Vocal Jazz, Cool Jazz And Hard Bob

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In a blog written by Virginia Hughes she states that “Music moves people of all cultures, Vocal Jazz and collaborations with other sub-genres such as bebop jazz, cool jazz and hard bob not only affected the culture throughout the eras, but created an outlet for many artists to express their repressed feelings during difficult time periods, and allowed a strong rooted foundation for Jazz in whole to continue to develop. “Vocal Jazz” has been able to touch the deepest human emotions through the voice of the songs and powerful melodies behind a way that doesn’t seem to happen with other animals. Nobody really understands why listening to music — which, unlike sex or food, has no intrinsic value — can trigger such profoundly rewarding experiences.” The roots of Vocal Jazz can be traced back to the times of Slavery The. African American culture has always been deeply associated with Music. Vocal Jazz uplifted instrumental jazz by adding a strong voice to the pumping heart and spirit.
When I think of Vocal Jazz, I remember a quote I saw in Aberjhani’s book Journey through the Power of the Rainbow: Quotations from a Life Made Out of Poetry, he says “Jazz, like poetry, is one of those dazzling diamonds of creative industry that help human beings make sense out of the comedies and tragedies that contextualize our lives.” In other words, Aberjhani believes that Jazz is the tool that helps us deal with this complicated journey called life. Merriam Webster dictionary defines…

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