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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_New_Orleans

The history of the marching band in New Orleans is a rich one, with the various bands performing at virtually every major social event the city has to offer. They perform at funerals, picnics, carnivals and parades. The relationship between jazz bands and brass bands is one of co-influence. Jazz bands of this era began to go ...

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

Apr 14, 2015 ... Even before jazz, for most New Orleanians, music was not a luxury as it often is elsewhere–it was a necessity. Throughout the nineteenth century, diverse ethnic and racial groups — French, Spanish, and African, Italian, German, and Irish — found common cause in their love of music. The 1870s ...

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

Apr 14, 2015 ... Researchers and historians are still learning about jazz history; there are many and various opinions about what is important in the history of jazz. What follows is an overview of jazz history that provides a foundation for this study. The Origins of Jazz - Pre 1895. A review of New Orleans' unique history and ...

www.neworleansonline.com/neworleans/music/musichistory/jazzbirthplace.html

Since it is now the 21st century, we think it's about time for the First City of Jazz to start celebrating the First Century of Jazz, and we'd like to start by inviting you. If you've never been to New Orleans, don't miss this one. If you've been to New Orleans, you know what we mean. It's perfectly clear where Jazz began, even the  ...

www.frenchquarter.com/jazzmasters

Jazz is a blended byproduct of the unique cultural environment and love of music found in New Orleans during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Apr 27, 2016 ... International Jazz Day is April 30, but how might this day look differently without the influence of New Orleans? Well, it probably wouldn't exist. New Orleans Jazz — also known as early jazz and dixieland — was instrumental (pardon the pun) in creating modern iterations of the jazz music we hear today, not ...

www.louisianatravel.com/music/articles/history-jazz-music-birthplace-new-orleans

When people visit New Orleans, they'll inevitably hear music at clubs like Preservation Hall, Snug Harbor and the Palm Court, or they'll experience it being played outdoors in historic Jackson Square or swingin' down a street during a second line parade. Often, they'll exclaim, “Oh, this is jazz? I didn't think I liked jazz, but I ...

www.experienceneworleans.com/jazz-birthplace.html

Jazz...the sound that put New Orleans on the map, musically speaking! It's a distinctive sound--not big-band swing, with horns creating harmony. Nor is it modern jazz or "bebop," the post-World War II style that relies on speeding tempos and virtuoso soloing. And it's not "pop" music, the form of music from the pre-rock 'n roll ...

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Jun 17, 2013 ... http://www.zaneeducation.com - New Orleans: The Birth of Jazz is Part 1 of History of Jazz - a History of Music title Trace the history of jazz from the turn...