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  1. Mukora
    Modern Jazz Quartet Among the first groups in jazz history popular enough to tour regularly as concert artists, appearing routinely on college campuses and in recital halls previousely devoted to presenting classical musicians.
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  2. Menris
    6/28/ APUS CLE: MUSI I Spr Tests & Quizzes 1/4 Points Points Points Week 7 Quiz Return to Assessment List Part 1 of 1 - Week 7 Quiz Points Question 1 of 10 Which type of jazz emerged from as a reaction to Bebop, included slower “laid back” styles, and brought back older European concert forms? A. Ragtime B. Cool C. Swing D. Fusion Answer Key.
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  3. Gujin
    Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store -- Jazz, Soul, Funk, Hip Hop, R&B, Latin, Brazil, African, World Music, Avant, Rock, Blues & more LPs, CDs, vinyl.
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  4. Nirg
    Dixieland jazz Feedback Your answer is correct. The correct answer is: Dixieland jazz Question 2 Correct Mark out of Flag question Question text Match the following descriptions of early New Orleans jazz musicians with the person they describe. a trumpet player who passed up the opportunity to be the first to record jazz Answer 1 a trumpet player who was known for his use of mutes.
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  5. Mogar
    The concert is wonderfully paced and adds some new colors to the compositions, and while there is an orchestra—conducted by Roland Kluttig—it feels no more or less orchestral than your music always does, being always so thoughtfully arranged to bring out voices and timbres. Tell me the origin of this event—how it began and what, if.
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  6. Keramar
    F Although women found a more accepted place in America's workforce during World War II, only a few female musicians made names for themselves in the realm of jazz. True Coleman Hawkins was a pioneer on the ______ saxophone.
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  7. Fenrirn
    Dec 09,  · (If you are a true jazz enthusiast and a serious LP and CD collector and do not own a copy of the *All Music Guide to Jazz*, I strongly suggest that you go out and buy this book—look for the 3rd edition. Also, do any of you subscribe to Cadance magazine? If so, please let me know how you like it! Date: Jan
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  8. Fenrir
    C Every day you should think creatively and think of new solutions to problems. D Jazz music reflects America's history, culture, and politics. E We will not become who we need to be if we remain what we are. Don't be afraid to reinvent yourself while you are in college and reach for the highest tree on the branch and keep climbing until you get there.. Follow your passion for it is the only.
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