Web Results

dance.lovetoknow.com/History_of_Jazz_Dance

Includes: • Original moves • All that style • Who's got the beat • Branching out and growing up • Bob fosse • Broadway and breakin' • Where does it go from here. ... Considered the Father of Jazz Dance Technique and The Father of Theater Dance, Jack Cole (1911-1974) began as a modern dancer. Switching to jazz style ...

www.reddit.com/r/Jazz/comments/2ntii7/the_origin_of_the_lick

I hear it whenever I listen to jazz. As early as the beginnings of jazz to modern day jazz. Even in music that isn't jazz! I would like to know...

www.neh.gov/humanities/2014/julyaugust/feature/how-did-cool-become-such-big-deal-0

Jul 29, 2014 ... If African-American slang is the cradle of the new kind of cool, then jazz culture was its nursemaid. Popular American music was already quite friendly to the vernacular, but swing-style jazz went so far as to turn language into a self- conscious plaything. Starting in 1938, Cab Calloway began publishing his ...

www.visualthesaurus.com/cm/wordroutes/1876

Jun 8, 2009 ... So where does New Orleans fit into all of this? There's no doubt that New Orleans -born musicians were largely responsible for the jazz trend in Chicago and elsewhere. The question remains, when did the word start getting used in New Orleans, as opposed to earlier terms like ragtime? The Historical ...

www.nola.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2017/03/first_jazz_record.html

Mar 12, 2017 ... And all these clippings were asking the same thing: Where did it come from?" . . . . . . . In 1917, the Victor Talking Machine Co. decided to record the hot new music. Legend has it that the company offered a contract to Keppard but that he turned it down out of paranoia. Keppard "had the chance to record," ...

www.thereverandgeorgeleemuseumsofafricanamericanhistoryandheritage.com/history-on-negro-spirituals-blues-and-the-gospel.html

However, gospel music did not derive as much from Protestant hymns as did spirituals. Gospel music was considered antithetical to blues and jazz , despite their similarity of origins, and gospel performers rarely sang in nonreligious settings. Later, as all three forms became popular outside the black community, they were ...

jazztimes.com/features/latin-jazz-the-latin-tinge

Nov 1, 2007 ... “Latin jazz has been my graffiti since I was a kid,” he says. “I grew up listening to Afro-Cuban, Puerto Rican, Brazilian music, and it was all Latin jazz. I just did a gig here playing trumpet and cajon with three flamenco guitar players: a Spaniard, a Gypsy and an Israeli. I started playing cajon after I got here, ...

www.traditional-jazz.com/mainpages/jazzhist1.htm

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  ...

americanhistory.si.edu/smithsonian-jazz/collections-and-archives/latin-jazz

Percussionists assumed a dramatic new importance, new instruments found their way into the jazz lexicon, and the African heritage of both Caribbean and American music became more pronounced. In the late 1940s and early 1950s, musicians including Mario Bauza, Dizzy Gillespie, Chano Pozo, and Machito began to ...