Test 2 review
Test 2 review Music 1302
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Date Created: 01/27/16
Jazz is improvisational art Blues -> important form of jazz music, intensely personal o 12 bars long “12 bar blues” o 32 bar, AABA form Jazz was born in New Orleans Descendants of slaves helped create jazz January 26, 1861 -> Louisiana seceded from the union Ragtime -> created in 1890’s by black piano players o Syncopated music, up beats + down beats o Primitive morality Creole musicians and black musicians merged music and created jazz Second line music o Born in New Orleans from funeral o Went from depressing (before body was lowered) to happy celebration of that person’s life (after body was buried) Jass became Jazz because of children’s pranks Dancing was very popular o Vermont & Irene castle -> elegant dancing WWI changed jazz music Mutes -> made trumpets sound softer, changes sound dramatically KKK was at large, targeting blacks and lynching them NAACP launched a crusade against lynching, encouraged blacks to build their own institutions 1920 -> prohibition law passed o Caused numerous speakeasies to pop up Territory bands Record companies created race-specific/race targetted music o Race records became very popular o Black swan records – fully black records company Buddy Bolden o First jazz musician to be celebrated o Invented the beat 4 for 4 beat drums & cymbal Jelly Roll Morton o Had a huge ego, thought as ‘master of jazz’ o Exceptional piano player o ‘Dead Man Blues’ Sidney Bechet o Played clarinet and was able to keep up with Armstrong o Switched over to soprano saxophone Freddy Chaplin o Immensely insecure, draped handkerchief over instrument o Turned down offer to record jazz for the first time The Original Dixieland Band o White group, recorded jazz for the first time (1917) o Claimed to create jazz Little Louis/Louis Armstrong o The embodiment of jazz, possibly greatest jazz musician o America’s music Shakespeare o Worked for a jewish family who was kind to him and bought him his first instrument o Got in trouble, sent to colored waif’s home -> became a great band leader o Left New Orleans at 21 to join King Olliver’s band in Chicago o Sang in the ‘Heebie Jeebies’ (formed scat singing) Duke Ellington o The greatest of all American composers o His mother, Daisy, treated him like a special child with big race pride o Got a gig at a very popular Harlem club restricted to whites -> The Cotton Club o His music was reffered to as ‘jungle music’ o First black band leader with a nationwide broadcast (1927) King Olliver o Was greatly admired by Louis Armstrong o Left New Orleans for Chicago Bix Beiderbecke James Reese Europe o Played for 15 regiment o Toured and played all over Europe o “The Memphis Blues” o Was given name “Hell Fighters” after surviving Trench Warfare Smith and Johnson o Two exception black piano players in Harlem o Stride piano bc left hand was always striding The Austin Highgang o Group of young white boys fascinated with black music o Visited Armstrong in Chicago often Paul Whiteman o A formerly trained violinist but left symphony for jazz music o Brought order to jazz music o Supposed ‘king of band’ George Gershwin o Grew up listening to jazz o Mixed classical music and jazz (Rhapsody in Blues) Fletcher Henderson o Black musician who played for white dancers only Bessie Smith o Faced down KKK and chased them away o Talented singer -> backwater blues Benny Goodman o Grew up in poor Jewish family o Great clarinet player o Got an offer to join a jazz dance band in California o Father died before he could hear him play, greatly affecting his music Ethel waters o Harlem based, distinct tall black singer o Known for her light, airy voice
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