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The First Great Soloist
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A. M. Jones African music arrangements band's banjo bars basic bass beat Bechet Benny Bessie Smith Bessie's blue notes brass break Bunk Johnson Chicago clarinet classical composer composition conception cornet dance developed Dodds Don Redman drum drummer early jazz Ellington embellishment ensemble European Example fact famous flat Fletcher Henderson harmonic heard Hines Hot Five improvised influence instrumental Jabbo Jabbo Smith jazz jazz musicians Jelly Roll Morton Johnny Dodds Johnson King Oliver later lines Louis Armstrong Louis's melody Miley Miley's Morrison Moten Negro notation ODJB Oliver's orchestra original pattern performance phrase pianist piano piece pitch players playing polyphony popular ragtime recordings Redman rhythm section rhythmic riff Riverside RLP saxophone sides singers singing solo soloists song sound Stomp structure stylistic swing syncopated tempo tion tone tradition trio trombone trombonist trumpet tuba tune two-bar vibrato violin vocal West End Blues York