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Bebop or bop is a style of jazz developed in the early to mid-1940s in the United States, which features songs characterized by a fast tempo, complex chord progressions with rapid chord changes and numerous changes of key, instrumental virtuosity, and improvisation based on a combination of harmonic structure, the use of ... Bebop musicians explored advanced harmonies, complex syncopation, ...

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No one had to explain notes or feeling or rhythm to him. ... The question of African influence on ancient Western culture has become a matter of .... Thus, in its impact on early jazz, minstrel music presents a rather convoluted situation: a .... again in our study of African-American music, from the lilting syncopations of ragtime, ...

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-American jazz musicians drew on the exotic sounds of Cuban music ... -country & western music has been influenced by mexican styles since the 1930s .... - usually accompanied by a simplified version of the syncopated rhythms of ragtime piano music .... -song form had two major sections: the verse and the refrain/chorus.

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Feb 15, 2016 ... It may not seem that way to kids today, but in its heyday, jazz was ... Although deeply rooted in the turbulent African-American experience, jazz was playful at heart ... it's easy to recognize the profound influence jazz has had on them. ... syncopated rhythms that are often “swung”, and improvisation using ...

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American jazz, with its syncopated rhythms and improvisational quality, had an influence on a. the French composer Claude Debussy. b. the Russian composer  ...

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African-American involvement in the nation's music making has influenced every genre of ... however, and by the 1700s drums had been banned on many plantations. ... when describing the use of syncopated rhythms, whether in classical compositions, ... Along with jazz, blues takes its shape and style in the process of ...

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Jazz is a fluid form of expression, a quality that led critic Whitney Balliett to characterize ... The syncopations and irregular accents of early jazz styles had a visceral effect on ... This rhythmic freedom feeds the spirit of improvisation at the heart of jazz. ... Italian, Mexican, Caribbean, and American Indian musical influences.

www.southernmuseumofmusic.com/Spotlight/01-Genre/Jazz.htm

Jazz is a music genre that originated from African American communities of New Orleans in ... Jazz makes heavy use of improvisation, polyrhythms, syncopation and the swing note, ... Its composition and style have changed many times throughout the years with each .... After WWII, blues had a substantial influence on jazz.

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the heterogeneity of musical expression in jazz improvisation and the ... because the predominant direction of influence in American popular mu- sic in the twentieth ..... Parody, then, in its ironic "trans-contextualization" and inversion, is repetition ..... Against this syncopated and interlocking rhythmic and harmonic groove it ...

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All African American social dances allow for some degree of improvisation, even in ... with its members adept at code-switching-both in verbal and body .... hybridization of so called "modem jazz dance" to Hollywood's brief mass marketing of break- .... regular rhythm is picked up again ... it is as if you had been holding your.