Jazz, a Listener's Guide
The first edition covered the beginning of free jazz and jazz-rock fusion; this edition, which emphasizes listening, continues into the 1980s and early 1990s. Musical terms are introduced where needed and always in connection with specific musical composition.
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FROM BIRD TO TRANE
BIG BANDS SMALL COMBOS
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12-bar blues 16 bars 32-bar aaba 4-bar phrases alto sax banjo baritone sax basic bass beat Bechet beginning Benny Goodman Bessie Smith big band Billie Holiday boppers brass break Bud Powell call-and-response chapter Charlie Parker chords clarinet classic coda composition cool cornet Count Basie Dizzy Gillespie drums Duke Ellington earlier early jazz ensemble example Fletcher Henderson free jazz fusion Grandpa's Spells guitar harmonies hear heard horns improvisation instruments intro jazz musicians Jelly Roll Morton Jimmy John Coltrane Johnny Dodds kind Konitz Lester Young listen Louis Armstrong measures melody meter Miles Davis Mingus Monk notes Orchestra Orleans jazz pattern percussion pianist piano players playing Quartet ragtime Recorded rhythm section rhythmic riff second chorus singer singing Smithsonian Collection soloists song Sonny sound standard stop-time strophic style Swing Teagarden tempo tenor sax texture thematic chorus timbre tion trombone trumpet tuba tune vocal