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1920s Jazz Age

Introduction In the Jazz Age of the 1920s a cultural shift confronted America. In the cities and in the countryside, females began letting their hair down, wearing skirts, and treating themselves and their fellow men in different ways. These new ways of action and treatment of others reflect a greater...

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Jazz History: Un Poco Loco by Bud Powell

I chose Un Poco Loco by Bud Powell for the analysis because this composition stands apart among other compositions on the list. On the one hand, we easily track the traits of Charlie Parker’s style in it. On the other hand, the unusual blend of piano and drums adds a...

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Jazz Concert Report

The performance was put on by jazz students of all degree levels. It was at the Grand Street Café in Kansas City, Missouri on November 15th. The performance was hosted by UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance. The theme of the performance was not very clear, since there were performers...

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Your Eyes CD Review

During the first three weeks of the semester, I listened to Your Eyes CD nonstop. I understand that there are seven tracks total. There is one specific track that I don’t really care for and I have a few of my favorite tracks. When I first started listening to the...

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Jazz Performance by Fred Hersch

The jazz performance I first attended was by a renowned jazz performer Fred Hersch. The performance took place on Thursday, October 11, 2018. The performance took place at the University of Dayton in its famous hall, Sears Recital Hall. The performance started at 7:30 PM and ended at around 9:30...

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Classical and Jazz Music

Classical Music:One important feature of classical music is that it has traditionally excluded non-musical elements such as words, pictures, or actions; as such, classical music seeks to evoke human emotion purely through musical elements. Through the use of multiple instruments, complicated scores and arrangements, and layered harmonies, classical composers instead...

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Essay on Jazz

From the first glance, it was ostensible that the instrument that makes the origination of this music is Piano Rhodes. The overall music texture during the intro is thick, as the intro starts with music with few different musical parts. Drums keep the underlying beat of the song. I would...

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