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Jazz is a music genre that originated amongst African Americans in New Orleans, United States ...... Claude Debussy did have some influence on jazz, for example, on Bix Beiderbecke's piano playing. And it is also true that Duke Ellington ...

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Jazz was born in New Orleans about 100 years ago (early 20th century), but its ... instruments used in jazz originated in Europe (saxophone, trumpet, piano, etc.).

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Apr 21, 2016 ... These quotes give a taste of the ingredients that went into the gumbo we know as jazz. “What did I do / to be so black and blue?” - Fats Waller.

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Jazz has often been called the only art form to originate in the United States, though even this is not exactly true. Jazz, is a kind of music that was sung or played ...

www.nps.gov/jazz/learn/historyculture/history_early.htm

New Orleans did not have mono cultural ghettos like many other cities. .... New Orleans jazz began to spread to other cities as the city's musicians joined ...

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Did you know that the drum set was invented by jazz musicians? ... Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, on August 4, 1901, he began playing the cornet at the age ...

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Jazz is a style of music which emerged in America around the turn of the ... Black musicians began to jazz up the marches, adding syncopated rhythms, ...

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Tracing the origins of Jazz in the formative years (1895-1917) is not an easy task. Recordings of Jazz did not begin until 1917, and even then the severe ...

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Oct 19, 2015 ... We point to New Orleans as the birthplace of Jazz, but what made this city ... For that, we look to Jazz at Lincoln Center's curator, Phil Schaap, ...

www.nytimes.com/books/first/g/gioia-jazz.html

By the time Bolden and Bechet began playing jazz, the Americanization of ..... the essence of this music, which did not require elaborate band arrangements.