• Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 1: Listening to Jazz

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 1: Listening to Jazz

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 1: Listening to Jazz. In this chapter you will able to understand the historical context of this art form as well as the identifying characteristics that distinguish it from other styles of music will help listeners enjoy and appreciate jazz.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 4: Piano styles: Ragtime to boogie-woogie

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 4: Piano styles: Ragtime to boogie-woogie

    Chapter 4 - Piano styles: Ragtime to boogie-woogie. This chapter presents the following content: The birth of ragtime, ragtime and dixieland merge, ragtime lives on, stride piano, boogie-woogie, origin, later developments.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 3: The blues

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 3: The blues

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 3: The blues. In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: The blues, the origin, blue notes, field and prison hollers, blues lyrics, country and urban blues, two blues periods, blues singers, contemporary blues.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 5: Early new Orleans and Chicago style Jazz

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 5: Early new Orleans and Chicago style Jazz

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 5: Early new Orleans and Chicago style Jazz. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: New Orleans, storyville, characteristics of dixieland, out of new Orleans, Chicago style (the 1920s), the new Orleans and Chicago styles, later developments.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 7: Duke Ellington

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 7: Duke Ellington

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 7: Duke Ellington. This chapter presents the following content: Edward Kennedy (“Duke”) Ellington, the Ellington styles, Ellington’s 4 different styles.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 6: Swing

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 6: Swing

    This chapter presents the following content: Beginning of the swing era, Jazz arrangements, New York, Kansas city, Southwest Bands, swing becomes accepted, upsurge in dancing, the swing bands, the demise of swing, big band legacy, contemporary large bands.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 11: Hard bop, funky, gospel jazz

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 11: Hard bop, funky, gospel jazz

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 11: Hard bop, funky, gospel jazz. Hard bop, funky, and gospel jazz shifted jazz to an active, engaging style that was full of vitality and accessible to a wider audience. After completing this unit, you should be able to understand hard bop, funky, gospel jazz.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 12: Free form, avant-garde

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 12: Free form, avant-garde

    Free form and avant-garde is also known as free improvisation. Free jazz is not defined or constricted by harmonic or rhythmic forms like those prescribed by earlier jazz practices. The musical material for free improvisation originated from spontaneous composition rather than from a commonly known tune or predetermined melody.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 13: Jazz/Rock fusion

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 13: Jazz/Rock fusion

    Rock music captured the attention of America’s listeners by the late 1960s. In rock, jazz found another opportunity to merge with new musical idioms, sounds and concepts. Fusion used newer electronic instruments, greater amplification, and borrowed complex rhythms from rock music.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 14: Contemporary trends: A Maturing art form

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 14: Contemporary trends: A Maturing art form

    Chapter 14 - Contemporary trends: A Maturing art form. This chapter presents the following content: The neoclassicists, the trumpet legacy, the saxophone legacy, the piano legacy, the vocal legacy, jazz/pop distinctions, vocal jazz groups.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 15: Latin Jazz

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 15: Latin Jazz

    Latin jazz coexisted and interacted with jazz from the very start of jazz. Poor documentation has made it difficult to reconstruct the total significance of this early influence. Latin jazz can be viewed from two sides: Jazz perspective, Latin perspective. Chapter 15 provides knowledge of Latin Jazz.

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  • Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 8: Bop

    Lecture Jazz (Tenth edition) - Chapter 8: Bop

    Bop jazz was sometimes called “bebop” or “rebop” because players sang the words to an early bop musical phrase. Bop became the first style of jazz that was not used for dancing. Bop took on a complexity that required players to extend their former playing knowledge and technique. Chapter 8 will provide knowledge of bop.

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