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CAL POLYMU 221paulrinzlerWinter

MU 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Bud Powell, Miles Davis, Modal Jazz

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The term refers to the advanced creators making the newest styles. Free jazz, mainly created by ornette coleman and cecil taylor was a subgenre without
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CAL POLYMU 221paulrinzlerWinter

MU 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-8: Smooth Jazz, Wes Montgomery, John Coltrane

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Created alternate form of bebop, with long phrases. Was compared to parker, but different styles. In 1949-1950, miles davis organized the miles davis n
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CAL POLYMU 221paulrinzlerWinter

MU 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul, Bebop

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Jazz-rock had similar roots in gospel, work songs, and the blues. Used more electric instruments and had louder volume and vigor. Rock and r&b started
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CAL POLYMU 221paulrinzlerSpring

MU 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-11: Sonny Rollins, Dave Brubeck, John Coltrane

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CAL POLYMU 221paulrinzlerWinter

MU 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: African-American Culture, Ragtime, Louis Armstrong

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African american refinement of different blues forms. New orleans was the place of creation for a large amount of jazz. Pitch bends and new tone qualit
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CAL POLYMU 221paulrinzlerWinter

MU 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Great Spirit, Cymbal, Ad Libitum

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Some people look at how the music is made and define it that way. Overall, most jazz is defined by improvisation and swing. Music made up on the spot,
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