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www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/the-origins-of-blues-music

The Blues began as a particular type of Black folk music that was first heard around the plantations of the Mississippi at the turn of the 19th century. ... The typical Blues scale, using flattened notes, was taken up enthusiastically by New Orleans' Jazz musicians, and it became a cornerstone of this 'citified cousin' of country ...

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Many of the first radio stations were owned by newspapers, radio manufacturers, and department stores and did not use the advertising and sponsorship that is familiar to audiences ... Jazz music reached the mainstream in the 1920s when Southern African American musicians began moving up to Chicago looking for work.

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Since Jazz originated and developed in the United States, so the argument goes, it is an 'American' cultural product in terms of both content and form. ... My conception of the United States as a multinational state does not deny that African Americans and other oppressed nationalities are in the United States, but it affirms ...

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Now New Orleans Jazz musicians must find other places to perform. Some moved to St. Louis, but many journeyed to Chicago. In Chicago the music changed, spotlighting a single soloist, who took the stage and “showed off.” This was called improvisation, and the star of this period was trumpeter Louis Armstrong. People ...

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In 1922, Oliver sent for a young cornet player from his home town, New Orleans, to come and join the band. His name? Louis Armstrong. Louis & Joe became a formidable team. Musicians flocked to see them. At the instigation of his wife, Lil, the pianist in the Creole Jazz Band, Louis left Oliver to join Fletcher Henderson's  ...

www.thefinertimes.com/The-1930s/jazz-music-in-the-1930s-goes-from-great-to-greater.html

But is was the 1930s when we saw jazz begin to grow up, diversify and become a mature art form that could adapt and spread into all other genres of music as well. ... While this made jazz a music that became popular for the entire population, it did not sit well with hot jazz devotees and their performers like Duke Ellington, ...

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May 27, 2010 ... Thinkmap Visual Thesaurus: Word Routes - How did the word cool first break through to the mainstream? ... Was it kool kats from the jazz world who began spelling it kool, or did that arise elsewhere, e.g. as a "skool" spin-off? (I'm guessing wildly here.) Tuesday June 1st 2010, 8:51 AM. Comment by: Jane ...

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Jazz-Rock Fusion. In the late 60s, jazz began to feel the full impact of the rock revolution. Important jazz venues shut their doors, major labels abandoned jazz to ... and young jazz musicians were not immune to the social and musical revolution of their era, as they tried to find a voice in jazz that did not cut them off from the ...

www.dougmartinguitar.com/gypsy_jazz.html

Moreover, accordion is often included in the instrumentation as well, particularly in ensembles that perform many waltzes from the Mussette repertoire. It will be noted that though the QHCF was an all strings ensemble, in later years Django Reinhardt did also play with vocalists (though not often), reed players (clarinet, sax, ...