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THE WORLD OF JAZZ
THE EVOLUTION OF JAZZ AND
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accents band bars Basie's beat bebop become blue note called Charlie Parker chords chorus phrase composer CONCERTO FOR COOTIE contrast cool musicians creation Darius Milhaud Dickie drummers drums Duke Ellington elements Ellington ensemble essential esthetic European music example exposition expression four-bar genius Gerry Mulligan harmonic Hawkins history of jazz Hot Five idea improvisation infrastructure instrument invention jazz fan jazz musicians Jazz-Hot jazz's jazzmen Johnny Dodds Kenny Clarke Kid Ory kind King Oliver language less Lester Young listener Louis Armstrong masterpiece Max Roach measure melodic lines Miles Davis Milhaud modern jazz motif Mulligan musical thought Negro Negro-American oldtime orchestral original Orleans paraphrase performance period piano piece playing possible problem quarter notes Ragtime records relaxation result rhythm section rhythmic conceptions seems shows solo soloist sonority sound Spike Hughes Stravinsky style swing syncopated takes technique tempo theme thing timbres tion tradition trombone trumpet vibrato weak